Cassandra Webb’s every waking minute is devoted to being a great mother and wife. She takes five-year-old Noah to the library each week, volunteers in his kindergarten class, and even coaches his soccer team. She makes sure her husband’s uniforms are always laundered—even though he hasn’t worn them the last six years—always has his game day snacks on hand, and meets him for date night every Friday—which consists of one sided conversations at his bedside and watching his favorite take out remain untouched.
Pearl, a mysterious visitor at the care center, suggests that it is only Cassie’s love still tying Devon to Earth when he has been ready to move onto Heaven for quite some time. If Cassie will but open her eyes and heart, she will discover the path she should travel, one that will bring relief to Devon and much joy to her own life. But Cassie vowed never to give up on him. She never has and she can’t now, even after meeting hapless, single soccer-dad Matt.
My Review of Between Heaven and Earth
I received a copy of this book free for an honest review.
Have you been keeping up with the Power of the Matchmaker series? If you have not, you’ve been missing out on some really great books. I’ve read all of them except for O’er the River Liffey, which I somehow missed. I’ll go back to it when I get time. All of the books in this series are stand alone books. The only common thread is Miss Pearl, the matchmaker. You can get the prequel novella FREE on Amazon. Go now. I’ll wait.
Between Heaven and Earth was a wonderful book, but at times it was difficult for me to read. I’m sure if you’ve been following my blog for awhile, you know I lost my husband very unexpectedly almost three years ago. Reading about the losses gone though the main characters in the book was rough, but their love story was sweet. They’re very strong characters with a tough road ahead of them. I know Cassie’s grief has been for years, but Matt’s wasn’t so long ago. I know for me, moving on with someone else that soon would be really difficult. I’m sure it is different for everyone though, so I can’t say that if I had been in this story, I wouldn’t have felt like Matt did toward Cassie. Especially if my kids had been that little.
I do recommend this to clean romance lovers. It is a sad story with a hopeful plot.