Until I Die Again

Until I Die Again

by Tina Wainscott

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Overview

Returning from Heaven can be Hell...


Chris Copestakes's young life ends in a second filled with twisting metal, shattering glass, and her own terrified cry. Against all odds, she wakes up in a hospital and discovers she's been given a second chance. But there's a catch. A big one. She's been returned to earth in the body of beautiful Hallie DiBarto, the soon-to-be-ex wife of a wealthy resort owner.

Thrust into an unfamiliar world of glittering prestige, Chris struggles to hide her identity and make a new life for herself. But the self-destructive Hallie left a legacy of dangerous secrets and angry people for Chris to deal with. And when she finds herself falling for Jamie DiBarto—a man both husband and stranger—her new life becomes wonderful and precarious. Because lurking in the past, both hers and Hallie's, is a danger that could end it all.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163102051
Publisher: Written Musings
Publication date: 11/12/2019
Series: Love and Light , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,267
File size: 939 KB

About the Author

Readers who love Nora Roberts, Kay Hooper, and Lisa Gardner will enjoy this novel of suspense, romance, and a touch of the paranormal by bestselling author Tina Wainscott.

Tina Wainscott is the bestselling author of more than thirty books with romantic thrills and suspenseful chills. Her stories are full of ravines and shaky bridges, sometimes scary people and situations, but at their heart are people who overcome their baggage to find their happy endings. She’s also written paranormal romantic suspense under Jaime Rush.

For more info, visit: www.WrittenMusings.com/TinaWainscott or www.TinaWainscott.com.

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Until I Die Again 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
the one star is not for the book. as I was unable to read it. The formattwas terrible, and i could not finish the book. Is the problem B&N if so please fix it, or give me back my money.I am sure the bok is very good ut I wil never know.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was originally published about 20 years ago, and was a favorite of mine. I was so excited to see it available again, as well as her other titles under Tina Wainscott. However, when I went to read it, I couldn't make out the text from one line to the next. I hope B&N can fix this. Her books are really well written with intriguing storylines and memorable characters. I give the novel 5 stars, but as for the purchase, I'm super disappointed that I can't read them.
Amanda Simerly 1 days ago
great book to read. read it all in one sitting. loved it!!!
Katie Trueland 24 days ago
Unusual story! Young woman dies when her car falls off a bridge and she returns to life in another woman s body! Lots of emotion, confusion, love, and forgiveness. Enjoy!
Linda Smith 27 days ago
Couldn't put it down. At the end I had tears - "happy ending." Very well written, in spite of the back and forth "memory of another one's life and trying to piece together her current..." well as confusing as I'm writing here the author put together the story, the characters for me to easily follow along and engage emotionally, a 5 star rating!
Anonymous 30 days ago
I enjoyed this book. The story was different, but fast paced and well written. The characters were believable. It was a great 'second chance' story that highlights true love that's hard to kill and is really open to a second chance.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Unique story that kept my interest and has a HEA ending.
Anonymous 3 months ago
I really enjoyed the book.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Good story enjoyed reading it from beginning to end Didn't have any problems with formatting.
Anonymous 3 months ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story tells how the woman died in a car wreck but her spirit came back in another body.. it's put together so well you could very well belueve it is all plausible.... i think you'll like it as well as I did!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ii loved it!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Horrible format. Half of the words are cut off. Tried to piece together but too many words missing. Really want to read the book but I want my money back. Definitely not readable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Format was unreadable. Needs to be fixed. Dont waste ur money!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Look at the rating.
sissyj59 More than 1 year ago
i read all three of her soul change novels and this was my favorite.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This different from your normal romance novel for sure. READ IT!
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This one was a bit different but very good, keeps you reading, you must get to the end but almost afraid to, just read it!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
CHAPTER ONE <br> <br> I woke up again, still cuffed in a cage but this time I was pretty sure I wasn't in the van from the night before. I was in a dim lit room with several other cages containing cuffed men and women. <br> "Hey, are any of you guys awake?" I whispered loud enough for them to hear but soft enough so that someone on the other side of the wooden double-doors to my left couldn't. <br> I was about to call out again when the figure in the cage to my right, a middle-aged man in a tattered dress shirt and suit pants, moved slightly and moaned. <br> "Hey, you!" I whispered to him. "Hey, dude. You know where we're at?" <br> Just as I finished, the man opened his eyes, which were completely white and bloodshot, and snarled at me. It sounded like someone was choking on something. Well, that woke up all the others, male and female, young and old. They all began snarling and snapping their dirty teeth, struggling against their bindings. I scrambled back in my cage, nearly pi<_>ssing myself. <br> "What the fu<_>ck?! HEY!!! SOMEONE HELP ME!!!" I yelled, hoping the door wasn't soundproof. <br> Just then, a burly man, probably in his mid fifties, bursts through the door wearing faded blue jeans and a stained white tank top. His head was shaved but he hand a long beard. He had a wooden baseball bat with 10 or 12 inch spikes through it in hand. <br> "Someone alive in here?!" <br> "Over here!.. To your right!" I called over the snarling and thrashing of the cages. <br> "Who're you?" He asks as he starts to unlatch the cage. He pauses and then relatches it, backing away. "Are you bit?" <br> That question stumped me. "Uh, I don't think so." <br> He must've known I was oblivious to what he was talking about. "Still in the dark, are you? All these things in the other cages. They're the result of the plague that came outta Georgia." <br> "But the authorities said they had the situation contained." I challenged. <br> "That what they want you to believe while they try to sort this out. Them things," He jabs a thumb in the direction of a small stack of crates. "Those are zombies." <br> It all made sense now. The figures in the security camera, those things eating the news editor. The reason why I didn't kill that guy I ran over. It all was coming together. "Unless I got assaulted by those things while I was black out in my truck, I'm fine." <br> The man finally opened the cage and pulled me to my feet, then uncuffed me using a key tucked behind an old painting. "The name's Jim. You'll meet the others in a bit." <br> "Others?" I looked at him quizically. <br> "You seriously don't think we're the only survivors, do ya?" <br> No, sorry. I'm just a bit shook up." I tried to take a step towards the door and fell to my hands and knees, pain searing out of my leg and up my body. I looked down and realized the thing that had been sticking out of my leg the night before was my pocket knife. "Fu<_>ck..." <br> "You might wanna get that looked at. I think one of the guys I picked up off the street was a doctor." <br> Jim helped me out of the room and shut the door, then guided me over to a sofa and had me lay down and keep my leg elevated above my head with pillows. He said it was supposed to keep blood flowing regularly. <br> I lay there in this room alone, listening to the barely audible sound of cages rattling. <br> So this is what life these days has come to? Trying to survive in a world full of zombies? <br> "This can't be happening." I thought aloud.