Please Release Me

Please Release Me

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Please Release Me by Rhoda Baxter (Choc Lit)

What if you could only watch as your bright future slipped away from you?

Sally Cummings has had it tougher than most but, if nothing else, it’s taught her to grab opportunity with both hands. And, when she stands looking into the eyes of her new husband Peter on her perfect wedding day, it seems her life is finally on the up.

That is until the car crash that puts her in a coma and throws her entire future into question.

In the following months, a small part of Sally’s consciousness begins to return, allowing her to listen in on the world around her – although she has no way to communicate.

But Sally was never going to let a little thing like a coma get in the way of her happily ever after …

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“the tale opened like a flower’s petals revealing a richness of characters and plot which are seldom found in a contemporary romance.” Long and Short Reviews

“This is one of those books where I’m still thinking about it even though I I’m not entirely sure WHAT I think about it.” Sarah from Smart Bitches Trashy Books

“three-dimensional characters who develop and grow as the situation unfolds” Mary P Thornburg (read full review on Goodreads)

“I loved this book so much.” Alaina, Book reviews and wallpapers (read full review)

“I loved the will they/won’t they storyline, which had me biting my lip” Sorcha O’Dowd (read full review)

“well handled with an almost perfect portrayal of grief.” Gen Boleyn (Read the full review on Goodreads)

“if you like paranormal romances or Choc Lit then this is the book for you. Job well done Rhoda Baxter!!” Monica McCarver, Goodreads

“tackles some really heavy themes …deftly, and with sensitivity and humour” Keira, Goodreads

“a fresh new take on love triangles.” (Read the full review on October Woman)

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