Book Title – Free Me Author – A.M. Wray Publisher – Self Published Genre – New Adult/Erotic Romance
Now that she’s finishing up a divorce, 23 year old Rin is forced to look at herself and see the person she’s become: quiet, shy, weak, dependent… She’s allowed someone else to mold her into the person she is today and it’s someone she doesn’t even like.
This person is not at all who she thought she’d be at this point in her life and she’s decided to live for herself… To be her own person and to explore the world around her.
Deciding to live life to the fullest, Rin calls a friend and makes an arrangement with him of a sexual nature, wanting to explore her more basic desires as well as experiment with some new ones, using sex as a way to break herself free of her chains.
When the rules are broken and her world is turned upside down and she is left brokenhearted, an old friend comes back and she becomes confused about her current path. He seems to want to help her, but is that all he wants? What does SHE want?
Rin fights to find her own path to independence and strength, wanting to be the kind of woman that is capable of having a family one day. Rin wants to heal and be the person that she knows that she can be, but if she waits too long, she may lose the one that’s always been there for her, pushing her along the way.
Surprisingly enlightening, Wray captures the complexities of relationships and friends becoming more.
Flaming hot and alluring, with sexy, intense characters. Rin is a sensual, brave young woman who is open about her desires. Both male roles are incredibly sexy and powerful, they’ll leave you wanting more.
Warning: This book will keep you awake all night.
~Review done by Jai
A.M. Wray is the pen name for Candy Crum for her New Adult/Erotic Romance novel “Free Me”.
Candy Crum is the author of The Eternal Series (The Eternal Gift, The Eternal Echo)as well as the creator of The Dark Compendiums (The Withering Darkness), anthologies focusing on the work of “yet-to-be-known” authors as a way to give back to those who helped her. She lives with her husband and two children in Indiana and spends the majority of her time playing with her kids, writing, reading, or listening to music.