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Finding Freedom (Centre Games Series Book 3) by [Gayle, Natalie]
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  • File Size: 3627 KB
  • Print Length: 458 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: EBS (May 30, 2014)
  • Publication Date: May 30, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KOZM248
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This was a great continuation to the series. I love how the author decided to skip the obvious story line of Jazz and Quade. Their underlying story served as a great humorous background. Dylan and Vanessa were a great compliment to each other and the storyline was solid with a few surprises. overall a good book.
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This is the third installment of the series and the author provides a longer than normal novel to tell us the story of Dylan “Ice Dragon” Thompson. No book could be long enough for these hot boys of the “Centre” team but this is my new favourite! Dylan was a quieter member of the team so far but he is front and centre as we learn more about this gentle fighter.

When Vanessa Aldridge walks into his gym, Dylan is not sure what to make of her. Lacking in protocol but definitely not in skill or stamina, he still declines her request to train with him. He quickly backtracks on that when he realizes she will be part of his next assignment. Drugs are everywhere and can be found even in the most elite of sports. Driven by unease and her need to see her brother’s fight not be in vain, Vanessa reaches out and finds an unusual ally in her new teacher. They become partners in the fight though trust is not easy to come by.

This book has convinced me that MMA/fighter books need to bubble up more to the top of my TBR list. This book was not just “MMA”, it was a book about love and loyalty, right vs wrong. Vanessa’s struggle to do the right thing was wrenching as she looked at her brother on one side and the man she looked up to as a father on the other. Working together and pretending to be in a relationship provided the perfect backdrop for their romance which was riddled with suspense and twists and turns. It was so good to see the characters I’ve grown to love return here. Watching the back and forth between Jazz and Quade continue is sweet torture. I loved this story and can’t wait for more. Maybe it’s Jazz and Quade’s turn? I hope so!
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Oh Dylan and Vanessa..... I loved this one.
I was gifted all the current books in the Centre Games series by the author for my honest opinion.
Dylan just about broke my heart. We don't know a lot about him leading up to his book. That's ok though because at 400+ pages we learn everything we need to know about him and Vanessa. There is no intsa-love here, a attraction that doesn't sit well with Dylan but no happy butterfly feelings going on here. Vanessa finds herself in a situation that puts her loyalty to the test. Her love for her brother and her feelings of " I owe him" towards her father figure John leave her in such a mess and Dylan isn't an idiot. He knows something is going on behind her story. Build up to Vanessa spilling her story and getting some grudgingly offered assistance from Dylan leads into a plotline with no holes and questions left unanswered. Uncertainty and lack of trust between Dylan and Van wrap around and through our actual story never taking away from Van's actual problems or Dylan's ability to help her with them or Dylan's trust issues. And boy I don't blame him for being wary.
Great read full of drama and action with equal amounts of sexy times! I am going to be so bummed to finish what is available of the series and then have to wait for more.
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Finding Freedom is book 3 in the Centre Games series and my favorite so far. This five star read was action packed from beginning to end, and I had trouble putting it down when the real world interrupted my reading time, While the book is told in third person point of view from several perspectives, I had no trouble following along.

Dylan played only a minor role in book 2, so I didn’t know much about him going into this story. Despite the obvious chemistry between Dylan and Vanessa, I wasn’t sure I was going to like them as a couple. Dylan’s attitude made him pretty unlikable at first. This quickly changed, and I found myself really enjoying the way Vanessa seemed to confuse and fluster him. She also called him on his attitude and put many things in perspective for Dylan. As for Vanessa, I really liked her. She was strong and worked hard to get past her insecurities. Admittedly, I didn’t understand her loyalty to John considering what had happened to her brother, but this was not an issue that bothered me enough to effect my rating. Together Vanessa and Dylan are very hot.

As with the other two books, Jazz and Quade were fun, and I just can’t get enough of them. The sexual tension between them is definitely stronger in this book. I can’t wait to read Jazz and Quade’s story next. This series is definitely a must read and gets better with each book.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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Finding Freedom takes up where the last book left off. It has an excellent story plot and I love Dylan and Vanessa!! I love this series because you get to see your favorite characters from previous books and it is just fantastic. These guys are so close it is like the book never ends only the POV changes as the focus of the story shifts. This book has been by far my favorite... so far. The characters are relaxed and flow when they are interacting with each other. when new people are brought into the fold they handle it as a group. Only a couple of places made me grump and even then not too much, more because it was repeated from the previous book. The asking and explaining something, this just seemed so fake and we saw it several times in the lask book. Luckily only once or twice in this one.

This is a stand alone and can be thoroughly enjoyed as such, but to get the full impact of the characters bond with each other I would suggest reading the full set. I love the series as a whole. Even the parts that have annoyed me I love all these characters and I can not wait for more books in this series. This is my absolute favorite book. And we get another tease of Rox and Quade. Those two are going to set the pages on fire when they get their book. As it is Dylan and Vanessa did a good job of it on their own.

**I was given this book by the publisher in exchange for my honest and fair review
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