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Still Close to Heaven
Still Close to Heaven by Kathleen Kane 0312962681 9780312962685
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Still Close to Heaven by Kathleen Kane

He was a rogue of a ghost. Jackson Tate was a ghost. Since he wasnt good enough for heaven, and wasnt bad enough for, well...the other place, his spirit was trapped in a run-down saloon in the Washington Territory. But then he had a chance to start earning his shot at heaven. All he had to do was rescue a little girl, and make sure that she forgot all about him. The first part was easy, but somehow the second part just didnt get done, and Jackson found himself haunting the same old bar. She loved a man who didnt exist. In the fifteen years since Rachel Morgan last saw the angel who brought her to safety, shed grown to womanhood. Having given her heart to the heavenly being, she has no desire to marry a mortal man. But destiny has plans for Rachels unborn daughter, so the errant spirit is granted a new mission...and another chance for salvation. Jackson has a month in mortal guise to find a good husband for Rachel, convince her to marry and make himself scarce. But can a ghost from her past give her the future shes dreamed of? Or will he disappear again, this time forever

Author: Kathleen Kane

Language: English

Binding: Mass Market Paperback

Pages: 320

Publisher: St. Martins Paperbacks

Publication Date: 1997-08-15

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ISBN: 0312962681


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