For author Jane Beckenham there’s nothing better than people watching. In her world, she never knows what story it may inspire her to write.
Jane’s world is one of happy ever afters which is just as well, since after a blind date Jane found her true love and married him eleven months later.
Life has been a series of ‘dreams’ for Jane. Dreaming of walking again after multiple surgeries. Dreaming of raising a family and subsequently flying to Russia to bring home her two daughters – and dreaming of writing.
Writing has become Jane’s addiction - and it sure beats housework.
Angel has a job to do—leave heaven and fix Clark Lannigan’s life, teaching him to live again, and to love. But how can she succeed when Clark is living a life surrounded by so much guilt that he’s too afraid to let go. Then there’s Angel Rule 750.2, paragraph A, no canoodling with the client. Oops she’s broken that, and now she’s fallen in love with him. So what does an angel do?
The old Santa’s drunk and Mandy Brooks, assistant manager of Wentworth’s, an upmarket department store doesn’t do Christmas. Then she’s forced to play the part of Mrs Santa in the store’s grotto. Trouble is Santa’s replacement is a blast from her past – one she ran away from at the altar five years ago.