Lora K. Alexander's emotional love story is also a bittersweet drama filled with personal emotions-an earnest respectable drama of nicely restrained sentimentality. The story revolves around Daryle Dean and Lacey Dawn, who come together under the pretense of music. Lacey wants more than anything to become a successful singer of her original songs. Daryle, the "world's greatest guitar player," wants only to become Lacey's husband. They love each other more than anyone has ever loved; yet decide to go their separate ways because of Daryle's jealousy and Lacey's need for success. Over time, they learn - - the hard way- - that their love is stronger than anything else in this world. "UNTIL WE'RE FREE" is about life. It is a blissfully happy love story developed with style, a legitimate theme, and dramatic balance that make for the kind of tale that will touch your heart. Here we have a couple that find that love and laughter mixed with success can equal happiness - complete happiness. They prove this by radiating the best within themselves. "UNTIL WE'RE FREE" keeps readers in suspense until the very last word, a moving and memorable conclusion to a wonderfully touching love saga. Those looking for a book with strong, well-defined characters should take note of Ms. Alexander's tender tale of love (with bonus original music), as it is likely to leave readers sniffling and misty-eyed.