The Trouble with Dying by Maggie Le page book
When Faith Carson wakes up on a hospital ceiling looking down on her body in a coma, it’s a bad start to the week. A very bad start. She has no idea who she is or how she got there or why, and the biggest mystery of all is why she married the schmuck who wants her ventilator switched off.
As if that’s not enough Faith has a dead gran haunting her, a young daughter missing her, and one devilishly delicious man making her wish she could have a second chance at life. And maybe she can if she finds a way back into her body and wakes up by Friday. But if she doesn’t, this will be her last bad week—ever.
Nate Sutherland decided long ago he’d settle for friendship if he couldn’t have Faith’s heart. But now, as she nears death, he’s going to have to listen to his feelings in a whole new way—and act. Because if he doesn’t, this week will be the worst damn week of his life. He’ll lose everything he’s ever loved.
Rating: (5 / 5)
Firstly, the blurb was enough to get my reading juices flowing. I starting reading this book straight away and the blurb did not disappoint. In my opinion, this book was written extremely well. I fell in love with the main character Faith right from the start. The author made sure to create great depth to Faith. This helps as there is a large part of the story where she isn’t sure of anything. Other vital characters in this book are also written really well, they are so raw and real, with a good sense of humour too.
I read a lot of supernatural books and this one was something new, which helped to grab my attention right from the start, but, the way it was written, the realistic characters, the desperate situation they were in and the building suspense; made it impossible to stop reading. This book did not disappoint at all, therefore it’s one of my favourite books of all time.
If you love desperately hot, can’t-stop-reading books then this book is going to be right up your alley. I can’t wait to find some time to read her other books.
You can buy The Trouble with Dying on Amazon or get it on Kindle Unlimited.
While writing this review I remembered how much I loved reading this awesome book so I’m going to give it another read.
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