Poor Barbara Chessner. A real estate agent in South Florida’s Banyon Beach, she not only can’t sell any properties but she’s downing Bloody Marys in the middle of the day, wondering how she grew that muffin top and feeling like hell. And then another blow: her husband informs her that he’s madly in love with the local TV weatherperson, divorcing her and kicking her out of the house.
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In a fun filled approach this book is a beginner’s reflection of the myths and stories from the trees and the cultures that integrate with them. Passing old and new stories to all generations from both ancient and modern times perhaps with an occasional “aha” moment. It is a look at old enemies and new ones; traditional industry and development…
In a drunken stupor, Barbara staggers outside during a thunderstorm one night and begs heaven to help her – unaware that someone diabolical might be listening.
The next morning, she wakes up not with a hangover but with a new look: golden blonde hair instead of her kinky gray, no double chin, a waistline… and definite cleavage! And when she goes to the office, she suddenly sells the ugliest house in town to the handsomest guy she’s ever seen. Clearly, her luck has changed but how? And why is everything she wishes for coming true?
Barbara doesn’t know what the devil is going on, but she’s about to find out – and all hell is going to break loose… literally.
“Sly, smart-mouthed fun.” – People
“Devilishly zany…down and dirty, and a whole lot of fun.” – Kirkus Reviews
“Fiendishly funny.” – Booklist
About the Author
After nearly a decade of promoting bestselling authors for New York publishing houses, Jane Heller became a bestselling author herself. Her 13 novels, nine of which have been sold to Hollywood for movies and television, are now entertaining readers around the world. She has also written a nonfiction book about her passion for baseball and the Yankees, as well as a forthcoming survival guide for those caring for a loved one with a chronic or critical illness. Born and raised in Scarsdale, New York, Heller currently resides in Santa Barbara, California, with her husband, Michael Forester.