Skye Sebring is a greeter in Heaven. She’s a new soul, meaning she’s only been around for about a year. So she’s surprised when she finds out she’s been selected to go to Earth. Meanwhile, back on Earth, Ryan Blaine is missing his wife. Oh, she’s there in person. But she doesn’t seem like the same Susan she was before a car accident resulted in a head injury. And finally, there’s Emily. Emily has been in a coma for the last year, but her roommate at the care center suspects she’s starting to come around. There are a few other supporting characters, but those are the main three.
The first couple of chapters entertained me. However, the Heaven scenes are funny, but they soon wear thin. When the book moves to Earth, you can easily see how the story is going to play out. I found the characters to be shallow (shallow as in not well-developed), and by the end, it all felt a bit preachy. And I’m not in to preach.
In short, this was a quick read with a few laughs, but overall, a book I could have skipped.