Heaven Only Knows

Heaven Only Knows

by Christina Hamlett
     
 

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The last thing she needed was to be among the deceased on her 22nd wedding anniversary. Gwen Truax had the day perfectly scheduled. She was a key asset in her company's upcoming merger. And above all, she was going to ask for a divorce from her simpleton husband. Instead, she finds herself at the desk of the Archangel Michael, demanding for explanations or at least a…  See more details below

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The last thing she needed was to be among the deceased on her 22nd wedding anniversary. Gwen Truax had the day perfectly scheduled. She was a key asset in her company's upcoming merger. And above all, she was going to ask for a divorce from her simpleton husband. Instead, she finds herself at the desk of the Archangel Michael, demanding for explanations or at least a reserved parking space on a cloud.

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Anonymous Reviewer
Gwen is one tough character to get to like. She starts out as grating and, as Michael calls her, heartless. What she learns about life, people, and love in her short time back on earth is inspiring. The dialogue is extremely funny in places and keeps the reader's emotional attention for the most part. Gwen's slow realization about what love really can be and the struggles of the average person in the everyday world is what makes this story.
Tamara Fairchild
The story is light and refreshing with comedic overtones. Heaven Only Knows puts a delightful twist on getting a second chance. It is a book everyone will enjoy reading.
Jennifer Dunne
Heaven Only Knows is a fun read that warms the heart, making you feel all gooey inside even while you're grinning. It is the story of a corporate fast-tracker, Gwen, who dies and is given a chance for eternal redemption if she can perform a single selfless act--finding a new wife for her husband, to give him the happiness he deserves and that she failed to give him in life.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000063675
Publisher:
Hard Shell Word Factory
Publication date:
12/01/1999
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
354 KB

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