“The edge of the little pool is fringed with sea anemones, purple and green tendrils like soft feathers waving in the water. Dad reaches in and gently tickles the middle of one with his finger and I squeal with delight as the tendrils close around his finger.”
Katie has died! And she doesn’t know what to do. She drifts from place to place and time to time, trying to find out how to get to where she should be now. Seeing her friends and family grieving for her is so difficult, as she feels guilty for dying so inconsiderately!
Katie has to find her own way after her death. It seems to take forever for her to find out how to get to heaven, but she has to do it the right way. She gets thrown out of one or two places that she thinks are heaven on her way to her destination! She does eventually find her soul mate, Jason, who comes along later to help her adjust to what and where she is.
Then a guardian comes along and reassigns him, which Katie finds devastating, but she has another person to help her along.
This book had so much going for it in terms of the subject matter, but I so struggled with the way the author had written it. It was so simpering and in the style of a romance story. I struggled to continue reading it, but ploughed on to see how it actually went on to finish.
Unless you like romance, I really cannot recommend this book.
If you like romance stories, then this book is a fantastic read, you should enjoy it totally. And in that case I would recommend this book to you.
I received an e-ARC of this novel through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. NetGalley does not allow for paid reviews.
2/5 Stars (What this means…five-stars-applied-carefully)
You don’t wake up expecting to die.
Katie is thirty-four, single, and used to work in advertising, She’s also dead. A lost soul hitching rides with the dying trying to find… wherever she’s supposed to be.
And whoever she’s supposed to be with.
If Heaven has a thousand rooms, what will it take to find hers?
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