Flying Free

flying free cover 2290x1520mm

Amazon Link: http://a-fwd.com/asin-com=B00HUHGQW2

When Tom asks Jayne to marry him, he unwittingly opens her personal Pandora’s Box, and now she can’t seem to close the lid on all that rushes out at her, whirling her into a cycle of self-sabotage.
Unable to commit to a relationship, she pushes Tom away…along with everything else that’s important in her life.
There are things she had chosen to forget. There are others she can’t remember even when she tries. What she does remember is fear.
Feeling emotionally trapped by her past, her biggest challenge is to break through its bars and fly free.
Then she finds someone to help her make sense of what’s happening, but, instead of slamming the lid shut on all that has been let loose, he helps her open it wider and makes her face her fears in order to overcome them.
Remembering the past helps her make sense of the present and allows her to begin the process of healing and she finds that, as in the fable, there is one last thing left in the Box. That thing is hope.
But, when she is ready to commit to a relationship, will Tom still be waiting?

This novel traces a woman’s struggle to become the woman she wants to be in order to marry the man she loves.
A contemporary novel about someone who could be your neighbour, your friend, or even you.

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First Amazon Review

By Jane Smith
Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase
Couldn’t put it down once I’d started , emotionally charged but also with twists and turns kept me wanting more . It was quite humorous but it did touch on serious subjects. I have no hesitation in recommending this book.
Jane Smith

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Anonymous
    Mar 28, 2014 @ 23:50:39

    Enjoyed this third novel … All well done. Researched her subject. Some surprises in plot.

    Liked by 1 person

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