Book Reviews of Second Chances

Second Chances
Second Chances
Author: Constance O'Day-Flannery
ISBN-13: 9780821739501
ISBN-10: 0821739506
Publication Date: 11/1/1992
Pages: 395
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
O'Day-Flannery is an easy author to read, her stories move along pretty well. The story was ok, but I'm just not that into her concept so much on this one. If you think babies/having babies/children is the answer to everything and a person just can't be complete without it, this is a great story for you.

She handles the whole out-of-body experience well, logically speaking. There weren't any major logical snafus and the loose ends were tied up enough.
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This is a fantastic fun read. Two people are sent back from the great beyond, to help fix the sad life of a women. The writing is great the story line just moves right along. You will laugh out loud, and the ending was just what it should have been.

This is one book I would like to have seen a sequel written for.
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the long years of caring for ther mother were over, and all jessica had left were her grief and a few good bottles of bourbon, she'd given up er career- her life to be the good daughter and now she had nothing. jessica couldn't get many more depressed. at least that's what she thought until she mett her guardian angels!!