Ruth Newman and Sylvia Harris are both in Heaven, but they can't rest in peace until they know their children, Dan and Gayla, are happy. So the two ghosts become matchmakers. And when Dan and Gayla meet, they feel an irresistible pull toward each other. But Gayla is afraid to trust Dan, a doctor who reminds her of her cold, distant father; so Sylvia must reach out to her daughter in a way she never could on Earth--and help Gayla believe in love again.
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Ruth Newman and Sylvia Harris are two meddling ghosts who have more than just heavenly zip codes in common. Each has a single child whose happiness means the world to them. How better to assure their children's joy than to play matchmaker for them? Arranging for the two to meet is the easy part. Helping them to fall in love is something else altogether. Gayla Harris has no intention of getting involved with Dr. Dan Newman. He reminds her too much of her cold, uncaring physician father. But Dan's charisma and kindness--and her ghostly mother's helping hand--just may convince Gayla to give Dan a second chance. Told with humor and compassion, Sara Jarrod's original story is sure to charm a multitude of romance readers. --Maudeen Wachsmith
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