Review: Freeman by Clare London

August 24, 2013 Review 2

Review: Freeman by Clare London

Freeman’s return to the city is quiet, without fuss. Another client: another case. He’ll source what they need and be on his way. But he’s been missed by more people than he thought: his ex-wife, his ex-lover, and his ex-business partner. And at least one of them wants him the hell gone again.

Freeman — private, controlled – just does his job. But when he strikes up an unusual friendship with the young runaway Kit, trouble comes looking for both men, ready to expose secrets that can destroy their fragile trust. Yet, for Kit, Freeman’s more than ready for the challenge.

Title: Freeman
Author: Clare London
Published by Wilde City Press
Source: Publisher
Published: July 10, 2013
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance, M/M Erotica, Suspense
Pages: 199
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Stars: five-stars
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Freeman by Clare London was a dark and gritty novel that was suspenseful and edgy. Main characters Freeman and Kit, although polar opposites were drawn to each other at a happenstance occurrence.  The men embarked on a relationship that bordered tumultuousness and mystery.

Ms. London’s portrayal of Freeman was aloof and mysterious, with an air of callousness that worked with his demeanor.  A man with many secrets and little in his life to care about with the exception of the runaway Kit. Freeman was drawn to the young man in a protective stance.

Kit displayed a certain naiveté that made his character endearing and fragile, someone to be cherished and guided. With polar opposite characters, one would think that a connection would not be made, but Ms. London delivered deep seated interchange and relations between Freeman and Kit.

The secondary characters were well designed in Freeman. Ms. London delivered them with layers that intertwined throughout the tale and played a purpose in the lives of Freeman and Kit.

Although the book is told through Freeman’s point of view, all is not revealed until the right time. Clare London gave the reader just enough information to keep one intrigued and wanting more until the end where much is revealed. A wonderful story.

l.c. chase

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