FREEDOM : The Rake And the Recluse : Part One


THE RAKE AND THE RECLUSE Part one brings Francine to the world of the Duke of Roxleigh, clashing worlds in first installment of the completely revised novel, with all new material. 








“As you can see, we are in lust with this book. Have been for quite some time.”
-Kati of Romancing Rakes and Jamie Lynn of For The Love Of Romance, a tag team review
“Freedom: The Rake and the Recluse : Part One flowed very well and was extremely intriguing. With the addition of the photos I felt like I was watching/reading a drama series. I liked all of the characters and can’t wait to get to know them better. The dialogue was interesting as well, with both modern and old English from Francine & Gideon and then some French dialogue between Madeleine’s parents. The budding romance between Gideon and Francine has me in suspense.”
-Monique, Asian Cocoa
“I have to tell you, though, that Ms. LeBlanc paints a  vibrant, colorful, textured scene with her words. What makes this book unique, at least to me, is that within her story are photographs that take you further into her minds eye.  This is a book that you will not want to put down once you start it.”
Lela at Law’s Loves

“The story of Gideon and Francine is so much fun and presented in such a unique format.”
-Aislynn of Read-Stitch-Cook
“The story is clear, descriptive and, for all the fantasy of time-travel, even believable. This story draws the reader in from the very start, there is never a dull moment.”
-Heather of Book Savvy Babe
“FREEDOM is the tantalizing appetizer, giving us the first impression of LeBlanc’s ability to deliver the whole meal, er, story. Her details are on target with customs, traditions, and expectations of the Victorian era – details that might be left out to make the word count of a traditionally published book.”
-Kim of SOS Aloha



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