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LIBERTY by Kimberly Iverson

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Liberty Reviews

Links updated 3/5/13.
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  • The Always Hungry Bookworm blog: "What an awesome book. ... Itís an exceptional forbidden love story. I would recommend this book to those who appreciate ancient roman civilization, romantics, and to those who like good fiction."

  • BookReview.com Rating: Very Good! "[Liberty is based] on a real archeological find, [and] Kimberly Iverson provides an intriguing tale starring a woman warrior (now if Hollywood can find a female to Crowe about)." -- Harriet Klausner; also published on Amazon.com, Midwest Book Review Bookwatch, and elsewhere on the Internet

  • DearAuthor.com Grade: B+ "I know … you took a few liberties with known historic facts to tell this story but you work everything so seamlessly into the book … I was especially impressed by how you convey the meaning of things which were common place in this era but which modern readers might not know. … I also like how you give depth to each character. … overall, [Liberty] is a dynamic jump back in time." -- Jayne

  • Gladiatrix.info: "Iverson … has transcended HQN's genre, producing a pacey, action-packed work of epic proportions … worth every penny of the price tag. I love the premise - Iverson, inspired by the Dover Street Woman findings, decided that the gladiatrix deserved a back story, and provides it here in satisfying spades." -- Russ Whitfield

  • Ramblings of a Book Wench blog: "On my scale of 1 (literary hari kari) to 10 (literary orgasmic bliss) I give this epic tale a nice 6.5. I highly recommend this book if you like history in your historical fiction, and if you like her heroines feisty and truly in charge of their lives and willing to take life by the short hairs to keep things going the way they want."

  • Romance Junkies: Blue Ribbon Rating: 4.5 "LIBERTY is an epic historical romance with many facets. Not only was I treated to a thrilling story, but I learned important aspects of early Roman culture and customs. My heart ached with despair over Rhyddes' enslavement and then pounded with joy at the love shared by Aquila and Libertas. Both yearning to be free of the laws by which they are bound, these dynamic characters portray a selfless love by which legends are made. " -- Natasha Smith

  • Romantic Times Magazine: 3 Stars (out of 5) "…if you're in the mood for a different setting and unique backdrop, this will satisfy. " -- Kathe Robin

  • The Romance Reader: 4 Hearts (out of 5) "This foray into ancient Rome is an engrossing look at a fascinating time period, and the fact that she set so much of it in Brittania rather than Rome makes it all the more fresh. If you are looking for something new in historical romance, Liberty is a good place to start." -- Cathy Sova

  • The Romance Reader's Connection: 4.5 (out of 5) "A Romeo-and-Juliet-tale set in an ancient era, LIBERTY is fascinating, breathtaking, and exceptionally written. By far the most original tale I have read in quite some time, the novel kept me hooked until the very last page. Exciting, gut-wrenching, and fast-paced, LIBERTY is a must-read." -- Angela Etheridge

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  • Visit Blogspot.com's Unusual Historicals blog, featuring all aspects of writing, publishing and reading romance books with non-traditional historical settings. Search the blog's archive to find articles I posted when I was a frequent contributor.

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