Liberty by Kirsty Dallas



Title: Liberty

A When Nothing Is All You’ve Got Spin-Off Novel

Author: Kirsty Dallas
Genre: Standalone Action/Dystopian Romance
Release Date: June 20, 2018

“Face your enemy,
show no fear, fight to survive.”

I was a child
delivered to hell,


imprisoned in endless darkness,
until I found the light again.
I was gifted freedom
while still trapped inside a cage.
He helped me forget my confinement
He made me feel safe
And once I was old enough to know what love was,
He made me feel unwanted.
My name is Grace,
And this is life in Liberty.
Mature reader
content warning – This is a dark romance, with violence, drugs and sexual

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Liberty is a rather romantic tale set in a sort of dystopian society. Grace lives in a post-war society named Liberty after surviving an abusive childhood and .what came after. Her best friend is a rebel soldier named Ink.

4 Stars

Their society is put through hell, and its up to Ink and Grace to save the day while forming a friends-lovers relationship.

An enjoyable read that somewhat reminded me of a Handmaids Tale.

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Author Bio
Kirsty Dallas is the
Best Selling and Award Winning Author of the comedy romance novel, Decker’s
Wood and the highly acclaimed Mercy’s Angels Series. She has also written stand
alone novels, Breeze Of Life, Violet Addiction and the award winning dystopian
fiction, When Nothing Is All You’ve Got.
Kirsty has also worked as a screenwriter, most recently embarking on a joint
project with Director and screenwriter, Chris Sun. As co-writer and script
editor on the film Boar, this highly anticipated horror has been signed to
Universal Pictures Australia and will release internationally in 2018.


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