Rosie’s Good Reads made it into the December Issue of @FleetLife Magazine #TuesdayBookBlog

This month my reading recommendations made it into my local magazine @FleetLife

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For the online version go to http://www.fleetlife.org.uk, load the online directory and find the reviews on page 16.

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Here are the December featured books and authors;

Threads of Yesterday by Sam Cheever

Touched To The Soul by Elsa Winckler

The Kid Who Wasn’t There Murders by C.M Albrecht

Death Unscripted by Marni Graff

and Please Release Me by Rhoda Baxter

Please Release Me by @RhodaBaxter @ChocLituk #Bookreview #wwwblogs

Please Release Me (Choc Lit)Please Release Me by Rhoda Baxter
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Please Release Me is a contemporary romance with a paranormal element from ChocLit author Rhoda Baxter. The book opens at the wedding scene of Peter and Sally which turns to a tragedy in the blink of an eye.

Ten months later and Peter visits Sally everyday, she’s in a coma. Another daily visitor to the hospice is Grace. She’s lost both her parents and now visits a close friend of her mother. Grace is lonely and alone and fears making a new start.

Peter is consumed with guilt, existing day to day, fearing a life without Sally and fearing a life with Sally should she recover. Peter and Grace find comfort in each other.

In her hospital bed, Sally can hear the voices, but she can’t communicate until one stormy night an electrical fault grants her wish. She latches onto Grace, who seems to be the only one who can help her. They form a friendship which has highs and lows and go on a journey of discovery for more than one person.

This book has a slow start and I didn’t connect to the characters until the night of the storm, when for me the book took off in an entertaining angle. The relationship between Grace and Sally worked well and was a delight to read.

This review is based on a free copy of the book given to me by the author.

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