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by - written on 17/05/09 (Very useful, 48 readings)
The cover of the book screams holiday read - it has a back shot of a woman sitting on the beach looking out the sea in a large sun hat, and the title is written across the sky in airplane sky writing. The main character of the story is Angela, a northern lass who emigrated to Canada to be with her husband Jonathan. When she finds herself widowed at 32, she remembers a conversation she had with Jonathan before he died where he wanted her to marry again and promised to send her someone. After several disastrous blind dates a couple of years after his death Angela finds herself asking him to send her a lover. On a visit to England to see her mum ... Read the complete review
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