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    A fab read

    I got to read this book, and I consider myself fortunate. The emotions in it caused me to have a lump in my throat so many times. Love was beautifully portrayed, and a mother's love for her family was pure and eternal. A fatal road accident where Claire lost her life, but her soul hanged around in a limbo. There was something she perhaps had to do. She then decided to be a fly on the wall and see her children's lives, if possible help them. Few hard truths came to life, shocking and heartbreaking, and soon her family started seeing and hearing her. But everything came with conditions... My first book by author Jan Steele, and I have to admit she was brilliant. Every word bespoke of a world of emotions. In life we spend so much time doing, that we forget being, being with the family, enjoying the small moments with them. I loved how the author brought all this out as Claire realized what she had missed and what she had to do now. Having their mother with them gave great solace to the children and helped them to be okay. But nothing came free of cost... Bullying and organ donation were dealt sensitively by the author, writing it in the prose, making it a vital part of the story without hampering the emotions or being preachy. That was commendable of the author. This book left me with so many emotions, I got to see both sides of life. The author Jan Steele was right when she wrote there was no use regretting the past, the present and the future were all that mattered. I wish I could keep writing about this book, but sometimes too many emotions choke the words from the brain. I can only end the review repeating my words. This book was simply brilliant. A must read!!
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    Great Book!

    This book immediately got my attention! Claire, an over scheduled Mom, sounds a lot like me! Loves the snooze button, yoga pants are the best, my age, my hair color, my eye color-WHAT?!! I know-how could I not be drawn in to this book? And, I loved it. The message it has is so current for today-actually there’s more than one message! But, the main one is this-Bullying is a very real thing-and it goes through many stages. Let’s all keep our eyes and ears open to fight this very real problem! Five stars, without a doubt!-Janell, Green Gables Book Reviews Claire’s day starts like any other, with the alarm clock, and the snooze button. Why is every morning like this? Tired, rushed, overbooked, kids don’t want to go to school, Jazzie can’t find her shoes and everyone ends up a little out of sorts and her husband Brad? He seems oblivious to the chaos as he enjoys his coffee. How does he not see this morning tornado everyday? To add to the stress, Claire has to make an unexpected trip to school to deliver a forgotten item. How can she add this to her already crammed schedule? She heads to school and to get through her day. Whoever would have thought a regular day would end with an intersection mishap and trying to find the white light everyone talks about? Where is it? She knows it has to be here! Claire soon finds herself caught between Heaven and what feels like Hell as she sees her family trying to go through life without her. She sees their pain, their grief, her teenagers mistakes. What can she do? She longs to help them. She fears, especially for Edward, who is having to deal with a bully from years ago, who made his life miserable. When she sees Ivy is having to deal with the same bully after a scary incident, she fears for her older children’s safety. This book puts a new spin on bullying. It is a unique angle for a Mom to see what happens when it seems no parent is around. We need to all keep our eyes and ears open to what our kids are saying, and actually listen when they talk to what they are and are not saying in the conversations we have. Such a well written book that address 3 very real subjects in a more light hearted way. 5 stars, without a doubt! Thank you to Jan Steele and Booksprout for sending this book to me to read and review!

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