Until I Die Again
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Be careful what you wish for …
Chris Copestakes’s young life ends in a second filled with twisting metal, shattering glass, and her own terrified cry.
Against all odds, Chris wakes up in the hospital and discovers she’s been given a second chance. But there’s a big catch: she’s been returned to earth in the body of beautiful Hallie DiBarto, the soon-to-be-ex wife of a wealthy resort owner.
Thrust into an unfamiliar world of glittering prestige, Chris struggles to hide her identity and make a new life for herself. But the self-destructive Hallie left a legacy of dangerous secrets and angry people for Chris to deal with. And when she finds herself falling for Jamie DiBarto—a man both husband and stranger—her new life becomes wonderful and precarious. Because lurking in the past, both hers and Hallie’s, is a danger that could end it all.
(Originally published as On the Way to Heaven by Tina Wainscott, from St. Martin’s Press, 1995)
“Tina has unforgettable female protagonists and action-packed, almost haunting plotlines.” – Janet Evanovich New York Times bestselling author
“A well-written and absorbing tale, fascinating in its concept and characterizations. Chris's struggles to assume Hallie's identity while modifying her lifestyle and Jamie's reaction to his familiar yet altered wife make a most enjoyable one-night reading experience!” – Anne Cleary, Paperback Forum
“Ms. Wainscott brings a fresh new voice and perspective to romance fiction with this charming, emotionally satisfying novel. An author to watch!” – Jill Smith, RT Book Reviews
"An exciting blend of page-turning suspense and sensual romance with a heavenly twist." – Marilyn Campbell, author of Pretty Maids in a Row
"Contemporary romance with an intriguing twist." –Deborah Smith, New York Times bestselling author
An all time favorite
Read it several times under the original title “on the way to heaven” and so happy to have tracked it down under this new title.
Until I die again
I loved it , it was new , full of emotions and fun to read.