#Review – LIBERTY AND MEANS by Kristin Dow

Liberty and means

4.5 Stars

Amazon US


I wasn’t sure what to expect when I began reading this book but I was pleasantly surprised. The storyline does not go as you would expect it would. All my emotions were tapped – happy, sad, frustrated. The author made you think about what would you do if you were in the main character’s shoes. I enjoyed the mystery aspect in the beginning and how you were intrigued to know what Shannon may do next. I enjoyed that the book was set in Kansas City as I am from the midwest and could relate to the setting.

I was given a copy in exchange for an honest review.


Someone is tracking Shannon Clark, altering the course of her life in a most unexpected, thrilling way. But as the familiar is gradually stripped away, she starts to feel disconnected and doesn’t know who to trust. Family, friends, dating, work…nothing is the same and everything is complicated. Will Shannon learn to embrace her new world filled with golden opportunity or get lost amongst its trappings? She now has the chance to follow her dreams. Trouble is, she doesn’t know what they are.


Kristin DowWhile living out her early twenties in L.A., Kristin Dow started writing screenplays. Then she did the last thing an aspiring screenwriter should do. She left Hollywood. Fiction writing stuck with her, however, and she has completed two novels to date: UNBRIDLED HOLIDAY and LIBERTY & MEANS. Kristin now lives in the Denver area where she is working on her next book.

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