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Set Me Free by [Setterby, London]
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Length: 248 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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After all this time, I’d finally left him—in secret, at night, while he was out of town. Mission accomplished.

What now? I had no idea.

Twenty-four year old artist Miranda Lewis is desperate to get away from her controlling ex—so desperate she leaves him in the middle of the night. She ends up on a remote island off the Maine coast, where she befriends a bubbly shopkeeper, Claire, and becomes fascinated by Claire’s son, big, brooding Owen Larsen, a woodworker who keeps to himself. Even the friendliest locals here are secretive—and Owen is at the center of their secrets.

Still, Miranda loves the salt air, the craggy coastline, and, most of all, the work of the island’s beloved local painter, Suzanna White. Miranda wants to stay—to claim a life of her own, to fall in love with art again. But the longer she stays, the more her fascination with Owen increases. Why is there a painting of his stern, handsome face in the gallery by the beach? And why is everyone so afraid of him?

SET ME FREE is a fresh, thrilling spin on the classic Gothic romance genre. The first edition has received over 2.8 million views--and counting--on the story-sharing site Wattpad. An early excerpt from SET ME FREE also appeared on The revised, professionally edited new edition stands alone at about 71,000 words/235 pages.

Praise for SET ME FREE

"I loved Miranda's attempts to solve the mystery...brilliant...very creative" ~Nadaness In Motion

"an amazing and captivating heart broke" ~Lustful Literature

"an entire cast of magnetic and formidable characters" ~Craves the Angst Reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2439 KB
  • Print Length: 248 pages
  • Publisher: Interstitial Storytelling; 2 edition (8 July 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01HAA8XQ0
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #239,577 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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From the minute this book loaded into my kindle I couldn't put it down. If you love a romance with mystery this book will take you on a journey and keep you guessing until the end. I loved the main characters and enjoyed the fact that the right amount of mystery, suspense and romance was balanced right throughout Miranda and Owen's story.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A gripping, emotional read! 9 July 2016
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Romance, mystery, angst: London Setterby gets the balance just right in this gothic contemporary about a woman on the run from her dangerous, controlling ex.

Miranda Lewis lands in a place that’s about as remote as it gets—a rocky island off the coast of Maine, where she hopes to get her feet back under her. But the island is not quite the peaceful refuge she’d hoped for. Some of the locals are welcoming, but others are prickly and evasive. Worst of all, Owen Larsen, the one man she’s instinctively drawn to, is viewed with fear and loathing by a good percentage of his fellow islanders. The mysterious death of his artist girlfriend years ago has left a pall of suspicion hanging over him. The tension escalates as a series of violent incidents divide the town even further. Miranda isn’t sure she can trust her gut—especially when every other person seems to think Owen is a killer.

This is an enjoyable, fast read, well written, with shades of Daphne DuMaurier’s classic Rebecca. And it even has a pack of gentle Great Danes named after the British Romantic poets!
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5.0 out of 5 stars LOVE IT 20 January 2017
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I loved this story on Wattpad and now I can hold it in my hand and it's an amazing feeling
5.0 out of 5 stars A new author to watch! 20 July 2016
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Great characters, suspenseful story, and immersive setting! Perfect for anyone who loves romance and Gothic romance. London Setterby is a new author to watch!
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful! 10 August 2016
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Sucked in from the start - the setting, the characters - vividly described and layered. I can't wait to see what else London Setterby has to offer!
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4.0 out of 5 stars energetic mystery with a sweet romance... 14 July 2016
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4 Mystical Stars!

The Review:
This was such a great read. It had an energetic mystery with a sweet romance and an amazing, lively cast of characters. I really enjoyed this one from beginning to end...

Miranda Lewis is running from an abusive relationship. For the past year, she’s let one man consume and control her life but when she’s finally had enough, she takes off in hopes of a peace that’s been missing for far too long.

Something pulls her to stop in a picturesque town on an island off the Maine coast where she finds mysteries and art and the love of one townswoman steeped so deep into the town's core, she can’t help but want to discover more as she’s trying desperately to also discover herself once again. Add on top of that a viking like man who fascinates her and she soon finds herself as much an intricate part of the island as the locals.

This book had an entire cast of magnetic and formidable characters. Every one of them stood out for one reason or another and I enjoyed getting to know them and guess at the secrets they were hiding. The death of a beloved local sends this sweet romance into an incredibly well played mystery that kept me guessing most of the way through the book.

Miranda was a determined heroine who was strong and capable and her viking of a man, Owen, was shy and sweet, but he was suffering speculation, guilt, regret and sorrow as an entire town blamed him for the murder of their beloved.

And then there’s Suze. Through the author's telling of Suze, she became lifelike, taking on a vibrant personality so real, it was as if she was still physically there, hovering between the pages. I guess in a way she was. The town lived and breathed Suze and she was woven into every part of their lives. The author brought that out and she felt as real as Owen, Miranda and the rest of the living cast in this book.

I enjoyed the enchanting way the author laid out the symbolism, the red herrings, the mystery and especially the odd occurrences, which gave this book a supernal feel.

There really wasn’t a lot to complain about with this read. I enjoyed most everything about it. But I did think the ending was rushed and too conveniently laid out. The author had a chance to put some real emotional angsts and some real drama in there with a hint of danger as the ending played out but instead it was a bit syrupy and too well put together. Other than that, it was a solid read.

The Wrap Up:
This was my first book by this author and I enjoyed the writing style and the story enough that I’ll definitely be checking out her other works.

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