Book Reviews of Charlie's Angels (Silhouette Special Edition, No 1630)

Charlie's Angels (Silhouette Special Edition, No 1630)
Charlie's Angels - Silhouette Special Edition, No 1630
Author: Cheryl St. John
ISBN-13: 9780373246304
ISBN-10: 0373246307
Publication Date: 8/1/2004
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 17 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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very good
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Well loved author, great story teller. Always.
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Cute book with strong characters, Starla is driving a rigg for her Dad when Charlie's daughter stows away in it. Starla gets injured returning Meredith and then gets snowed in with Charlie and his daughter.
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a truck driving lady and a single dad with a daughter..needs a mommy the little girls sees the lady and calls her an angel..they become snowbound all three of them..
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Correction: Author is Cheryl St.John
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Charlie McGraw and his daughter Meredith. Meet Starla when Meredith stows away on Starla's semi-truck. The name of the truck is Silver Angel. Meredith thinks Starla is an angel becuse she kinds of looks like one. Meredith also thinks Starla can sprinkle fairy dust on her to make everything all better. Meredith is 5 and lonly since her mom died.
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From the back cover:

Sometimes dreams really come true...

Charlie McGraw never should have bought the angel book for his precocious daughter. Because then Meredith wouldn't be convinced that getting a new mommy was as simple as having an "angel" sprinkle his with her "miracle dust". And, she never would have believed the beautiful blondhaired woman who drove a truck called "Silver Angel" was some treetop angel come to life.

Starla Richards was no angel. But telling that to a five-year-old who was so starved for a mother's love that she'd stowed away on Starla's rig. Or convincing herself that miracles just didn't happen to ordinary people when Starla found herself snowbound with the handsome, caring widower and his adorable daughter...