Saturday, June 26, 2010

Review: The Path to Freedom by Lisa Pietsch

The Path to Freedom by Lisa Pietsch

Publisher: Sapphire Blue Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 1



In the war on terror...sometimes the best weapon is a woman...
Sarah Stevens is a washed-up military cop whose life is a shambles until she is offered a position as an agent with the CIA.

The thirty-year-old, overweight, down-on-her-luck Stevens goes to a secret training camp where she is transformed into a sexy and deadly agent whose mission is to stop, by any means possible, the financiers of terrorism against the United States and its allies.

Sarah soon discovers that this is an exciting new life loaded with adventure, danger and undeniable sinful temptations…

Ashira Datya’s Review

I really enjoyed reading about Sarah in, The Path to Freedom. The poor girl couldn't lose weight, so she was kicked out of the air force. She was given a business card to go to a free armed forces sponsored fat camp, and once at fat camp, she learned that things weren't exactly what they seemed.

Sarah and her new team go to the Mediterranean Sea to help stop and capture terrorists who threaten the safety of the United States and its citizens, and the adventure is nothing that Sarah imagined it would be.
I give The Path to Freedom three and a half Tea Cups. It was well written, the characters were very believable, and the sex scenes, while they weren't overly graphic, were enough to jump start my imagination. I give The Path to Freedom a heat rating score of a 1, and I can't wait for the next story in this series.

3 1/2 Tea Cups!

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1 comment:

Lisa Pietsch said...

Thank you for reading The Path to Freedom. I'm so glad you enjoyed it!


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