Freedom's Child by Jax Miller
Raw. Unapologetic. Powerful. These are some of the review words from others about Freedom’s Child. It’s definitely all of those and more.
Freedom Oliver isn’t what she seems. She is rough, brash, gets arrested for drunkenness almost nightly, works in a biker bar, her best friends are prostitutes and is absolutely fearless. Everyone’s best friend, right? But what her friends don’t know is that Freedom isn’t her real name, she’s a part of the Witness Protection program and is a mother devoted to the children she had to leave behind. Oh, and she was arrested for killing her husband.
When Freedom discovers her daughter might have been kidnapped she switches into mother mode and travels cross country in an attempt to find out what happened to her and hopefully find her safe. Along the way she is reunited with her son, tries to outsmart the sadistic brothers of her dead husband who are out to kill her after they’ve taught her a lesson, and infiltrates a religious cult.
I have to say, this one had me going from the beginning. The action never stopped, Freedom never gave up and the story evolved seamlessly. It’s not for the faint of heart but it’s worth every minute.