Book Reviews of Meant To Be

Meant To Be
Meant To Be
Author: Edie Claire
ISBN-13: 9780446612784
ISBN-10: 0446612782
Publication Date: 6/2004
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Warner Forever
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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On the eve of her thirtieth birthday, Meara O'Rourke makes some resolutions. With her last remaining relative newly buried and her potentially disastrous engagement broken, she can't help but feel alone. Yet Meara is determined to begin her life anew, even when an unexpected phone call suddenly turns her world upside down. Her biological mother Sheila, whom she met only once six years before, lies in critical condition in a nearby hospital. And though the woman once refused to see her daughter ever again--her last wish is just the opposite.

A few whispered words, and Sheila is gone. But the questions she has put into her daughter's head, and the historic stone inn she has unknowingly bequeathed, sweep Meara up into the whirlwind of another life--and a legacy of deception. When Meara begins to have memories of a place she's never been, she realizes that finding out the truth about her birth and adoption might very well tear her own world apart.
reviewed Meant To Be on + 119 more book reviews
On the eve of her thirtieth birthday, Meara O'Rourke makes some resolutions. With her last remaining relative newly buried and her potentially disastrous engagement broken, she can't help but feel alone. Yet Meara is determined to begin her life anew, even when an unexpected phone call suddenly turns her world upside down. Her biological mother Sheila, whom she met only once six years before, lies in critical condition in a nearby hospital. And though the woman once refused to see her daughter ever again--her last wish is just the opposite.

A few whispered words, and Sheila is gone. But the questions she has put into her daughter's head, and the historic stone inn she has unknowingly bequeathed, sweep Meara up into the whirlwind of another life--and a legacy of deception. When Meara begins to have memories of a place she's never been, she realizes that finding out the truth about her birth and adoption might very well tear her own world apart.