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A lovely light romantic read with a quirky and wonderfully imperfect heroine, Heaven Sent will give you a warm glow all over. Great characters, some from her previous novels pop up too, and delightful plotting make this a joy to read.
Clemmie Coddle has a problem - she's had almost as many jobs as she's had birthdays and her love life is on the critical list. She's determined to transform herself from unemployed singleton to loved-up success. Trouble is Clemmie's dream job would be working for local entrepreneur Guy Devlin, owner of the famous pyrotechnics company, The Gunpowder Plot. He'd also be high on her list of candidates for significant other too. But Guy has a whole cargo-hold of baggage - avaricious ex-wife, a host of monster ex-step children. He's not even looking for an assistant. And if her were, a quirky amateur firework maker with a penchant for cream cakes and big explosions wouldn't be high on his list...
But when a heaven-sent opportunity to join The Gunpowder Plot comes Clemmie's way she's determined to make the most of it. But the closer Clemmie gets to Guy, the more unattainable he seems. Her only hope seems to lie in solving an ancient formula for a magical firework of unimaginable beauty, a firework that can make dreams come true...
Closing date: 25/07/2019
Publication date: 08/11/2007
Publisher: Piatkus Books
|Publication date:||8th November 2007|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Relationship Stories,|
The only child of a Schoolteacher and a circus clown, Christina Jones has been writing all her life. As well as writing novels, Christina contributes short stories and articles to many national magazines and newspapers. Her first novel was chosen for WH Smithâ€™s Fresh Talent promotion, and Nothing to Lose, was short-listed for the Thumping Good Read Award, with film and television rights sold.After years of travelling, Christina now lives in Oxfordshire with her husband Rob and a houseful of rescued cats.More About Christina Jones