Breaking Free: Learning to Fly

Breaking Free: Learning to Fly

Annie Hughes / Apr 22, 2021

Breaking Free Learning to Fly Anna Porter knows better than most how cruel life can be After finally facing the horrific tortures of her childhood it s time for her to try and embrace her happily ever after The next chapter of he

  • Title: Breaking Free: Learning to Fly
  • Author: Annie Hughes
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  • Page: 353
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  • Anna Porter knows better than most how cruel life can be After finally facing the horrific tortures of her childhood, it s time for her to try and embrace her happily ever after The next chapter of her life brings new friendships, new love and new challenges for Anna Yet, while trying to overcome her fears and let go of the memories which plague her, the little girl sheAnna Porter knows better than most how cruel life can be After finally facing the horrific tortures of her childhood, it s time for her to try and embrace her happily ever after The next chapter of her life brings new friendships, new love and new challenges for Anna Yet, while trying to overcome her fears and let go of the memories which plague her, the little girl she was makes it difficult to forget what happened Is her past really behind her Can Anna finally learn to fly

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      • Annie Hughes

        Annie Hughes has been writing since she was a little girl, never leaving the house without a notebook As a corporate stooge and single mother, she spends all of her free time reading, writing and drinking too much coffee wine Annie has a strong passion for the literary world and before writing her book, spent all of her time reviewing others She also enjoys talking with all that read her book s , her philosophy being that readers and authors are all part of the same world a world where they are all enthusiastic about words.


    678 Comments

    1. I was blessed by the author to let me BETA read this amazing book.What can I say? I fell in love with Anne's writing from the first sentence in Breaking Free: Una Familia Segura. I fell in love with the story, characters and simply Annie. She is an amazingly talented person and she cares about her readers <3 But Anyway, the BOOKG. That's about sums everything up. And some: WOWs, Holy Awesomeness also I could come up with few more The story pick up, where the first one ended. It's after the tr [...]



    2. I’ve not cried so hard for a character in years. This is a truly breathtaking story of pain, suffering and hope and one that is highly recommended. Yes, this serial is essentially about a 16/17-year-old and her friends but it’s so much more. It’s a portrayal of a future free of suffering and one in the arms of people of who love unconditionally. This is definitely not an easy story to read. The abuse suffered by Anna is difficult to stomach and despite her now living in the arms of a lovin [...]


    3. I was fortunate enough to receive an ARC of this book.Annie Hughes is an author that I know could never disappoint me. Whether it be a paragraph she sends me, or a novel, I am immediately enthralled. She writes with a passion that enables mine, and other readers, emotions to be completely taken hostage. And our attention of course! I couldn't put her books down, even if I wanted to!Breaking Free: Learning to Fly was no exception to this, I absolutely adored every part! This flowed from the first [...]


    4. ***TISSUE WARNING***Anna's journey continues in Learning to Fly which picks up where Una Familia Segura left off.Where to beginI laughed & cried, sometimes both at the same time. I may have hated Annie a time or two for the twists & turns she throws in but I must admit all is forgiven in the end as she has done it again with another phenomenal story that had me hooked from start to finish!It's no secret I ADORE Anna & just wanna hug her, HARD (which she would HATE! Well, suck it up b [...]


    5. Learning to Fly by AnnieHughes I loved it !!! 5 fantastic stars!!!If you've not read the the book Breaking Free : Una Familia Segura then stop and get it first .Learning to Fly had me from page one.This book starts right where the last left us . Anna has now to learn how to move on with life after the trial.This is something that doesn't come easy for Anna when you have nothing to compare to how can you know what's right and what's not ?Hold on for the bumps and emotion this book will bring . It [...]


    6. *****5 stars for you Annie! !I was kindly gifted this to BETA read and I am so glad I was one of the lucky ones to be chosen!I loved the first book, it was full of drama and plot twists that kept it exciting for a debut novel.Although this one didn't have as much drama in it, I loved it just as much as I did the first one! There was just enough drama to keep you interested and keep turning those pages. There was one bit I didn't like though that upset me, Jake! I loved him in the first book but [...]


    7. Another great readJust as good as the 1st! Still love the characters and story line! Looking forward to more reads by this author!


    8. YES!!! Returning to Anna Porters story and seeing how things progressed after the first book (Una Familia Segura), was amazing and the author made it seemless. So many follow up books leave me struggling to recollect the first story, but this one didn't let me down. As Anna tries to piece together her life, we see her become the young woman she has never truly got the chance to be. To develop friendships, relationships, enjoy parties and generally become a teenager. To start living in her own ri [...]


    9. This review was first published on . inkers .Phew deep breaths, Becky, deep breaths - here's the Kleenex.I hate to love Annie's writing, because I love to hate all the things it does to me - Annie Hughes definitely has a gift for writing in way that will make your insides feel a million shades of fucked up, that will leave you an emotional mess.Her books will make you feel emotionally drained; they will make you angry, and they will be proof to you that words can hurt you - that a story is as [...]


    10. I was given an ARC in exchange for an honest review.I want to start by saying I love this book/series but love feels like it doesn't do what I felt justice! I adore these books by Annie and feel very lucky that I got the chance to read them, especially this on before it was released.Breaking Free: Learning to Fly picks up where Una Familia Segura left us and I don't think I have been quite so eager to jump into a book as I was this one and I wasn't disappointed or let down in any way.The story i [...]


    11. Breaking Free: Learning to Fly is the sequel to Breaking Free: Una Familia Segura by Author Annie Hughes. I received an Arc of this book strictly for the purpose of an honest review. Anna's story picks up months after the last, where she feels and believes she's lost her friends and has a very difficult time dealing with it. This story Anna has to learn how to be herself, and not who she believes she should be. While trying to find her wings, she has her struggles with confidence and self worth. [...]


    12. Breaking Free: Learning to Fly is the sequel to Breaking Free: Una Familia Segura by Author Annie Hughes. I received an Arc of this book strictly for the purpose of an honest review. Anna's story picks up months after the last, where she feels and believes she's lost her friends and has a very difficult time dealing with it. This story Anna has to learn how to be herself, and not who she believes she should be. While trying to find her wings, she has her struggles with confidence and self worth. [...]


    13. I absolutely loved this book. I received this book from the author a couple a days ago and all I can say is dam, I love this book. We get to see more about Anna and how she has moved on from the end of book 1, I won't spoil it for people that haven't read it yet. I have laughed I have cried I also nearly through my mobil at the wall at certain parts in anger for Anna. We see how Anna and logan deal with being step siblings and friends. I am happy that we see more of Anna and jake. To be fair the [...]


    14. ***REVIEWED FOR SARAH & KIRSTY'S BOOK REVIEWS***I really enjoyed this continuation on Anna’s story. I loved reading about her overcoming her demons and opening up to other people. I was extremely happy when the book started and she was with Jake as I was rooting for them throughout the whole of book 1 but then I changed my mind as I read on! It was clear to see that they weren’t right each other after all. I loved that she got with Ethan; he was adorable and so sweet and tender with Anna [...]


    15. *ARC received in exchange for honest review.*4.5 stars.I loved the first book in this series, where we meet Anna Rosa AKA Annie porter. This is a follow on from it where we follow Anna on her journey in finding herself, her new found family and teenage boy drama. This is full of wonderful, though heartfelt, twists and turns. All the characters are well developed. I found Annie's writing style simple and easy to understand but found some phrases became repetitive and slightly annoying such as *I [...]


    16. Was kindly gifted this book in exchange for an honest review.This book picked up right where Una Familia Segura left off. Still hard hitting but again tastefully done. New characters while the original characters are still easy to relate to. This book is not as fast paced as the first and i feel there is still some things left unanswered. Here is hoping there is a third book. Definitely worth reading


    17. Another fantastic book from Annie Hughes! This continuation of Anna's story is just as amazing as the first book. I was sucked into this story and couldn't put it down. I love these characters and seeing them grow through their journey. The way Hughes wrote Anna's story made it so easy to feel her emotions. I was scared, heartbroken and happy right along with Anna and her friends. I can't wait to read what Annie Hughes writes next.


    18. I HAVE LOVED THIS SERIES SO FAR AND CANT WAIT TO FIND OUT IF THERE IS MORE. ONCE YOU TRANSPORT YOURSELF INTO THEIR WORLD YOU NEVER WANT TO LEAVE. A BIT LIKE CHLOE IN ANNA'S CLOSET. AM GLAD TO SEE ANNA EVOLVE AND BECOME A STRONGER WOMEN AND BEING ABLE TO DEAL WITH THINGS THAT HAVE HAPPENED TO HER. A GREAT STORY WELL WRITTEN. I WISH I HAD MY OWN LOGAN :)


    19. Another book that I couldn't put down. The continuation of Anna's struggles in discovering who she is now was well written and believable. As a reader you feel connected with the story and trials that Anna goes through. The story stays with you. One to read again and again.


    20. Breaking Free: Learning to Fly by Annie Hughes ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️+Breaking Free: Learning to Fly is both a coming of age story and a teenage romance. It's the continuation of Anna's story from book one, Una Familia Segura, I'm not a big fan of sequels and felt book one had concluded nicely, so I was a little unsure of what to expect in book two. Once again, I was blown away! In fact, I think I may have liked book two more than book one! Anna Rosa Castillo, now Anna Porter, has starte [...]


    21. Annie Hughes is in my top 5 current writers. I bought this book before it was released. I have been waiting for this and have kept checking for the release date.This book starts where the other one left off. I was so happy to get back into these characters lives. I really thought it would be hard to keep the intensity of the first book going but I was wrong. Anna has lived through so much all ready and she has to endure so much more. That is all I will say on that subject. I won't give any of th [...]


    22. I was given this book and the only thing required of me was an honest review.We pick Anna’s story from where it ended in Una Familia Segura.I can't praise this author enough on her compassion and understanding of an extremely sensitive subject. We are taking through Anna's journey of discovery about herself. From the beginning we see that it's easy to fall into learned behaviours and that even though we know something is not necessarily the best situation, without support we cannot break that [...]


    23. Loved this book every bit as much as the first!!I cannot fault the story, not one little bit. It had me wanting to know what happened next, then I wanted to scream and wring people's neck, and slap others. I went through the emotionsl of them!!! Which is exactly what I want from a book!It took me back - just like the first one, and I finally put my finger on why I love it so much.e I wish I had a school life like that, with the friends and the drama (obvs not ALL the drama!!) and the bitchin, an [...]


    24. Part 2 of Anna's book had me in all sorts of twists. It's an emotional roller coaster that you don't want to get off. Between everything from book 1, then Jake, just Wow. the writer has managed to capture all of the emotion so well and make it so that it seems like she's your best friend and your living this story with her. 5*****


    25. WowI have no words! Just wow! Angst! Angst! Angst! My heart was crushed so many times during this read and yet here it is whole again at the endI am amazed and in awe of Annie Hughes and am thoroughly addicted! I highly recommend this series, you won't be disappointed!



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