- File Size: 857 KB
- Print Length: 307 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1502905345
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Lisa Edward; 1 edition (October 26, 2014)
- Publication Date: October 26, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00OY2QF9U
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #598,784 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This has been one of my most anticipated reads and it completely fulfilled my expectations. I went into this knowing that I was going to be battered about the head and heart a bit, I was right!
When I finished reading Songbird Caged I could not stop thinking about it, it stayed with me for so long and I was really worried about what was going to happen after the way it ended, with everything up in the air. I know what I wanted to happen to the characters but it was up to the author to decide, not me :)
Tara is finally with Cole, in every way and I just freaking love these two together. She brings out the sweetness in him, it was there all along but he didn't know what being in love felt like until he met her. There is something about Tara that just draws people in. Her and Cole have so much in common and are just so right for each other. If the story stopped at 20% they would have rode off into the sunset together and lived happily ever after. Life isn't a fairytale though!
"I am completely and hopelessly in love with you. Whether you want me or not, you have my heart, always" - Cole
After receiving the news that Riley is alive, Tara knows she needs to face him and their past if any of them have any hope of moving forward. The scene where they first see each other again is just so heartbreaking, Riley is a broken man and not the Riley she remembers. His feelings for Tara have never wavered in their time apart but will he be able to accept that she has changed in his absence?
There is of course the matter of Cole's interfering mother and that annoying woman Prue.Read more ›
“If you love someone, set her free. If she comes back she is yours, if she doesn’t, fight like hell for her.”
What an amazing end to a fantastic trilogy, one that I have loved from the very start. This book is action packed from first to last page and a very fitting end for this bunch of friends and predominantly Tara, Cole and Riley.
This book continues from Songbird Caged where we found out that Riley was alive. What would this mean for Tara and Cole’s fledgling romance? After reading Songbird I was staunch #teamriley, there was no deviating from it, but after reading Songbird Caged even I had to admit that Tara and Cole were a better fit. These two had so much in common, they were soul mates, and they had that deep all-consuming love that others could only be envious about. Their connection was so strong and their chemistry palpable and at the end of Songbird Caged I was happy and distraught. Happy that Riley was alive but also distraught as I feared what trouble this would cause for Tara and Cole.
I have to admit I admired Tara in this book, she confronts the situation head on, does not leave anyone hanging or confused, and she makes her decision quickly and stands by it, no matter the consequences. The scenes surrounding her talking to the one who was not chosen totally and utterly destroyed me. I was in floods of tears. This is what happens when you love both characters in a book, but that is testament to the author that she can evoke that kind of emotion out of you in the first place. It is Lisa Edward’s words that allow you to have that connection to both men.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I’m finding it hard to write my review for Songbird Freed atm because of all the clichés and superlatives that I have running through my head. Did I like it? Read morePublished 15 months ago by Karen Lea
This series had me captivated from thje beginning. I cried and laughed right along with the characters.Published 16 months ago by Kindle Customer
This is the third book in the Songbird trilogy. You need to read them in order. I really hate trilogies because I get so invested in the story that I read the books nonstop for... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Angelface23
I have owned this book for quite awhile now, but didn't want to read it because once I did, I wouldn't be able to go back. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kindle Customer
Thoroughly enjoyed all of this trilogy, Songbird Freed met all expectationsPublished 19 months ago by Audrey James
I love when a book really makes me feel. Songbird Freed very much did that. Barely into the pages, I was already fighting the tears. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Toni H