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Dying to Live
Only when a heart attack threatens to take away her husband's life does Alicia find the true meaning of hers. Trapped in a marriage with a man that abuses her, Alicia can't see a way out let alone a happy-ever-after. Getting married and moving to Bridgwater with Nick when she was only twenty-one had been what she'd wanted to do and no one...
Paperback, 54 pages
Published March 1st 2012 by Creative Print
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This was the first story I read by Katie. I believe the protagonist had a great character build. I enjoyed watching Alicia's growth throughout the book. There were a few parts in the story that I had trouble connecting with, which is why I gave it 4 out of 5 stars. Dying to Live, is a easy read and I was able to finish it in one sitting. Nice work! If you're looking for a good story that will leave you smiling at the end, make sure to check this book out.
This short read was to unrealistic for me and was quite stilted I liked the line of the story but it would have been better if was a longer read and written more realistically ie I find it hard to believe a Dr would offer a married patients wife a lift home then sleep with her!
Katie was born in 1996 and spent the first sixteen years of her life living in Reading, England, until she moved house in 2013. She lives with her parents and dog, Jenny. Being an only child, Katie has always had to entertain herself and as a child she was rarely seen without a book in her bag. Katie loves the countryside and is happiest when cooped up in a cottage in the country with a stack of b ...moreMore about Katie L. Thompson