Heaven on Earth

Heaven on Earth For Casey O Reilly the world was supposed to be an orderly place where you met married and had children with the man you love But nothing had gone according to plan Mr Right never made an appearance

  • Title: Heaven on Earth
  • Author: Constance O'Day-Flannery
  • ISBN: 9780380808052
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • For Casey O Reilly the world was supposed to be an orderly place where you met, married and had children with the man you love But nothing had gone according to plan Mr Right never made an appearance, and now, at thirtysomething, Casey figured she had a better chance at being struck by lightning than struck by love.but then the unthinkable happened.There wasFor Casey O Reilly the world was supposed to be an orderly place where you met, married and had children with the man you love But nothing had gone according to plan Mr Right never made an appearance, and now, at thirtysomething, Casey figured she had a better chance at being struck by lightning than struck by love.but then the unthinkable happened.There was no time for questions as a man slowly, deliberately, walked closer, as though he had no fear of the lightning or the sandstorm Casey s voice was stuck in her throat She wanted to ask him who he was, but only garbled noises emerged from her mouth as she watched him unbutton his dark coat above her His face was hidden by a wide collar turned up and the cowboy hat pulled low over his brow, but somehow the closer he came the less she feared him.He knelt before her and, without a word, wrapped the edges of the raincoat around her, pulling her to his chest and sheltering her from the sandstorm She could feel the strength of his arms around her back, and immediately sensed peace as she was gathered into the sanctuary of his body She felt the strong beat of his heart reverberating against her face She smelled something citrusy, very earthy, about him, and lifted her hand to cling to his soft shirt You are all right, Casey O Reilly She almost jumped at the proximity of his voice resonating from his chest and into her ear The low soothing tone sent shivers throughout her body and she found herself clinging even tightly to his shirt Who Who are you she managed to mutter I ve come to help, he answered, holding her tighter as another crash of thunder made the ground shake violentlybeneath them Thanks heavens She sobbed.Somehow she felt incredibly safe, so than she had ever felt in her life Her body was tingling with some strange and powerful energy that was unfamiliar and yet perfectly wonderful She felt a renewed strength welling up in her muscles, spreading through her body down to her burning foot Her chest stopped aching and her headache eased as this man, who had just walked out of a bolt of lightening and into her life.

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    About “Constance O'Day-Flannery

    • Constance O'Day-Flannery

      Constance O Day Flannery is a best selling American author of romance novels.Constance O Day Flannery has never taken a writing course or attended college She began writing in 1986 when her son entered school While reading romance novels during her recovery from a hysterectomy, O Day Flannery began to think about the type of book she would want to read She finished her manuscript 18 months later and sold it quickly Since then, she has published over twenty novels, all of which have appeared on a national best seller list Many of her novels are paranormal or time travel romances She has been awarded the Romantic Times BookClub Award for Best Time Travel for Timeswept Lovers and the Romantic Times BookClub Award for Best Contemporary Fantasy Romance, Second Chances.In 2001, O Day Flannery took a hiatus from writing She spent three years living in Ireland before returning to the United States and continuing her writing career.O Day Flannery currently lives in Pennsylvania She has two children.

    251 thoughts on “Heaven on Earth

    • I am a fan of time travel books, but I could not finish this one because it was so bad. It was like a never ending episode of the old tv show, Kung Fu, "snatch the pebble from my hand"where the hero is constantly advising the heroine.


    • Heavenly!Just what you want and need in a great romancea little tension. a little chemistry.a little learning about each other and themselves. and a happy ending!



    • The heroine wakes up in pain and blinded and in the middle of a sand storm. She then sees a hansom man appear out of a bolt of lightning and thinks she's going insane but he's her only hope for salvation. The hero brings her to safety but tells her she's traveled back in time and must blend in with the locals. Of course, typical for your B-plot book, she throws a hissy fit and adamantly denies she's now in the 1800's and that the hero is crazy despite all the prove around her sayings he's right. [...]


    • Why can't heroines stop fighting what everything around them is telling them. She goes sky-diving near Las Vegas, turns around, and it's not there anymore. No roads, no skyline, no lights from the casinos. Even as she sees this, she still keeps fighting it for about half of the book. I got to the point where I started skimming the parts where she argues with everyone about where/what time she is in now. I may have liked the book more if she weren't so irritating.


    • This was an ok book. The way the heroine couldn't accept the fact that she traveled back in time 100 years was very annoying. Would I be able to accept that? Who knows? But the theme was: accept where you are in the moment & don't worry about yesterday or tomorrow. A nice romance thrown in there.


    • This book was a fun read - kind of sci-fi with the time travel. Intriguing in that it dealt with a real life unexplained spiral staircase in a chapel in Santa Fe. The book gave a spin to the theory as to how that staircase came to be.



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