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The Counselor Suggested I Start A Journal And Write Down My Thoughts He Called It Journal Therapy And Said It Would Help Me Cope With My Feelings I M Not Sure Where To Begin, Except To Say That I Had A Wonderful Life Actually, It Was A Perfect Life A Loving Family And Everything Money Could Buy A Life Envied By All, But It Was Stolen From Me I Know I Made A Mistake But I M The One Struggling To Forgive Myself To Explain I Need To Start From The Beginning But Before I Do, I Must Be Honest And Admit That I Wasn T Perfect No, I Had A Secret A Secret That Came With A Price A Secret That Will Haunt My Dreams Forever Prepare Yourself For An Emotional Roller Coaster Contemporary Adult Fiction Mild Suspense Drama Portions Of This Book Contain Violence And Strong Language

10 thoughts on “90 Miles to Freedom

  1. says:

    90 Miles to Freedom by K.C Hilton is a kind of odd mystery suspense read that seemed to touch on a bit of fantasy Readers start off meeting this family of four with the youngest brother graduating high school but as the parents leave for graduation their car explodes It then shows how the oldest son had been using his boat to bring illegal refugees in from Cuba As weird as this story was I actually kind of liked it anyway Could have used a bit to it since it s so short and perhaps better editing but overall I d give it 3.5 stars For reviews please visit

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    I found this to be a disappointing read I bought it because it was well rated and reviews said that it was a non stop page turner.It was not.It was started out as a family drama and then became a story about rescuing illegals from Cuba, which was having a hard time keeping my interest Then it became somewhat sci fi when the story hits a reset button and undoes things that already have taken place and with no explanation.What What did this story want to be Too many things and it doesn t work.Surprised to see so many positive reviews here.

  3. says:

    ARC I loved the family dynamic And the twists and turns that this books takes I experienced several different emotions reading this book I would have given it a 5 star but I was a little put out because of MORGAN I m a romantic at heart and I wanted MORE of Morgan and Collin I want to know what happened after the phone call I know it was meant to leave the reader to draw their own conclusions But darn

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    ARC Wow This is definitly my kind of read At the end of the fourth chapter I was literally screaming in my head What the heck are you doing You cant do that It got my attention that s for sure Collin s secret, in my opinion, can easily be compared to secrets other people have and keep hidden from their families Examples Being a drug dealer or a thief Collin s secret was different than the normal and it threw me for a loop I commend Hilton for her research It was very informative and made me think a little differently about certain things.The story revolves around Collin and his family, living in Key West, Florida The description of his home and family were wonderful I enjoyed his parents George and Betty, they were quite the happy funny couple At times I felt bad for his brother Joey and his finance Morgan, but they stood their ground and made good points I could relate to one particular character I won t say who because of his escape, because I always felt like I was running away from something in my life.When a person has skeletons in the closet they always comes back to bite them, either getting caught or something And something is what happened in this story I won t spoil it.The chain of events that happen because of Collin s secret kept me intrigued and held my attention The story really gets interesting when it all comes out And as my girlfriend is always saying, OMG And there s always a bad guy isn t there I was so drawn into the story, that when something urgent happened, I would think to myself, How would I react in that situation I have to admit my emotions got the better of me towards the end of the story I m a guy, so I won t say too much about that part, but I will say it got to me.

  5. says:

    As narrator for KC Hilton s The Magic of Finkleton she asked me to read and review this book 90 MIles to Freedom After procrastinating for some time, I thought I would pick it up and browse the first few pages I am not naturally a book reader as I lose concentration or simply get bored.Well I can tell YOU, sit down, strap up, hankies out and let the roller coaster begin This writer can get into the depths of your very being with emotionianlism, intelligence and issues I had never even contemplated I could NOT literally put it down waiting for the next expressive shock.When a read takes me to the edge of my seat is faced with a tragic and sad obvious shocking revelation and is given to you with a sucker punch and the OH NO It cant happen and it does tears rolled down my eyes in places I did not expect Powerful, enduring and spirited I learnt what courage is in a place a long way away Thank you KC Hilton in allowing me to read books again and to have faith in the courage and serenity of the human race And that there is hope More please

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    Yay I was sent a copy of this by the lovely K.C Hilton and it arrived just in time for me to take it to London with me perfect reading for the return journey because I d spent the entire ride to London AND the first hour of the return on the less than awesome Mist Over Pendle so it was great to have on hand something I knew I could finish before arriving home thus meaning I could make a start on book 3 and that I also knew I d really enjoy.Well, that an educated guess told me I d likely really enjoy I actually didn t know much about the book at all before I read it The blurb is deliberately vague about what all actually happens, which I reckon is a good thing in this case because there are so many surprises and so it works best when you don t know exactly what to expect Thus, a spoiler cut view spoiler It begins quite gradually, eases you into this simple tale of a guy and his family and then, wham Not so simple after all I liked the flashback and forward layout a lot, telling us what happened and then slowly explaining what led up to that.I was fascinated to learn about Collin s business in transporting Cuban refugees to American soil on his boat, and was especially enamoured by the chapters detailing Adelio s father s own journey across the sea Just wow Easily not something I d ever read about before, or even known thought much of I didn t know a thing about Cuba save for the fact that they have cigars so this book was really interesting as well as otherwise gripping I was shocked when it was made clear that the car explosion that had killed Collin s parents which broke my heart, I adored them was not an accident but was meant for him, on behalf of the human traffickers who were, well, a bit miffed at him stealing their cargo.ALSO, this book made me want to watch a whole ton of Sea Patrol.The ending was awesome as well I almost cried when Adelio as shot, and then Joey died, and then we find out Perez was Adelio s father and they were so close to being reunited So the whole second chance twist, with Collin awaking on the same day as when everything went wrong and KNOWING that so now he can fix it all, was just perfect I was so glad for a happy ending, especially after my hopes for one had been so dashed hide spoiler

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    The description pulled at me until I purchased this book and I m glad I did It s a great story I don t write reviews often, but I had to with this book First off, over the years I ve heard many people say this and that about Florida being over run with Cubans To ALL those people that have said anything similar YOU NEED to read this book If you know someone who is slightly prejudice towards Cubans or any race for that matter BUY them this book It s a lesson to learn This story doesn t revolve around Cuba entirely, but it s a story within a story and it s a good one To walk in another person s shoes You get the picture The main story revolves around Collin and his family Collin helps people, but what he s doing is illegal in the United States and he keeps it a secret from everyone, including his family But even a good deed secret can become dangerous For me it was a quick read and not overly descriptive Straight to the point Sometimes less is I could easily see this being a movie full of susepense I ve read books of similar length, which were made into movies.Also, I only gave this book a 4 star rating because I believe books can be written without curse words If memory serves me correctly I counted 5 of them No big deal I suppose to most people It s just my opinion.

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    Sent a copy for review by author A great thought provoking novel, K.C Hilton s 90 Miles to Freedom will take you on an emotional journey and bring out many emotions from beginning to end There were many parts in this novel that I felt were genuine The parents, or George and Betty, were such pleasant characters and really gave off that loving couple vibe This novel was a very fast read, and I thoroughly enjoyed it Review originally posted at RJ Does Books

  9. says:

    This was almost like two books in one Again not the kind of book I typically read but it ended up being really good.

  10. says:

    K.C Hilton is a great writer storyteller, I was drawn into this book couldn t put it down I read it in one day I would suggest everyone to pick this book up.