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Heaven Falls - The Gospel of Alice (Book 2) Supernatural Romance - cover

Heaven Falls - The Gospel of Alice (Book 2) Supernatural Romance

Third Cousins, Jaime Nicholls

Publisher: Third Cousins

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Summary

Alice has been given the chance of a lifetime. She’s been sent back in time to live out the last week of her life. She’s relieved to find that her questions about her past are finally being answered, but as the days pass, she starts to realize that finding out the truth hasn't brought her any peace. When the day of her death arrives she’s relieved to think that she will soon be returning to heaven, but when her death passes and she’s still on earth, she realizes that things aren't going to be as straightforward as she had thought.

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