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Publisher Description

A storyteller of unparalleled emotional intensity, bestselling author Barbara Delinsky has created a novel that resonates far beyond its extraordinary love story. Here is a tale of courage, community, and the magical consequences of being given a second chance.

What if wishes really could come true?

It's the question facing waitress Bree Walker when she awakens in the hospital following a blizzard in sleepy Panama, Vermont. While she can't recall the
near-tragedy that landed her there, she's overcome with the certainty that she has been granted three wishes. One seems to have come true already: at her side is renowned author Tom Gates, the accident's only witness, who had come to Panama to make sense of his fame -- and who now makes Bree his cause.

Suddenly, the things Bree has wanted most -- a home, a soul mate, a family -- are within her grasp. But are the wishes real? And if they are, what is their
price? As Bree and Tom consider what their hearts truly require, they discover that to live their dreams, they will have to take unimagined risks....

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2010
May 11
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
304
Pages
PUBLISHER
Pocket Books
SELLER
SIMON AND SCHUSTER DIGITAL SALES INC
SIZE
2.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Pevbles ,

all time favorite

I read this book 15 years ago and it has remained an all time favorite. A warm, loving story. I have never cried harder reading any other book and I loved it! One of Delinsky's best.

Just a reminder to fellow reviewers...please think twice before giving up the end of a story. At the very least, title your review "Spoiler Alert". If you aren't able to write your review without revealing major information, please consider not writing the review at all.

Jolie Skye ,

Beautifully Written

The story was beautifully written. It was almost spoiled by the hundreds of repeating typos. I hope that iBook will take responsibility and fix this.
Still, the book itself is nourishing and cathartic,even though sad.

Pamiwigle ,

Three wishes......

This. Was the saddest story I ever read. I bawled like a baby when Bree died, at the funerall and when tom's father and family showed up. Kudos.

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