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A HEAVENLY CHRISTMAS (Heavenly Christmas series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The friendly people of Heaven, and its serene setting and mood, help calm her jitters, cope with the immediate exigencies, and soothe her spirit. They also contact her parents, who come to take care of the little girls while she remains overnight at the hospital for observation, and consults insurance and the local mechanic about her car.
One resident in particular, who is the first to her rescue, and feels guilty about the puppy he was trying to rescue when she swerved to avoid him, takes an interest in her welfare and her daughters' happiness. Jennie is drawn to Nick, but still mourning her lost husband and not ready to trust her emotione, nor does she dare risk hurting her daughters, who are already attached to Nick in a few short days.
This being a Christmas romance, there is one rather graphic love scene, but you can skip over it if this makes you uncomfortable.
The editing also suffers from what I have found common in e-books, with misused homonyms and misplaced, missing, or extraneous apostrophes, as though it were taken down in dictation by someone who is not fully competent in English, or more likely scanned and converted from a print copy using clumsy software. I don't know why this should be, since in this era I expect print books are first prepared digitally for press, but it seems to be all too common, and the final editing either omitted or careless. It is not as extensive and distracting as I have found in some books, but still disappointing.