Heaven Sent

Heaven Sent Clemmie has a problem she s had almost as many jobs as she s had birthdays and her lovelife is on the critical list But with the big looming she s determined to transform herself from unemployed s

  • Title: Heaven Sent
  • Author: Christina Jones
  • ISBN: 9780749938543
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Paperback
  • Clemmie has a problem she s had almost as many jobs as she s had birthdays and her lovelife is on the critical list.But with the big 3 0 looming she s determined to transform herself from unemployed singleton to loved up success Trouble is Clemmie s dream job would be working for local entrepreneur Guy Devlin, owner of the famous pyrotechnics company, The Gunpowder PlotClemmie has a problem she s had almost as many jobs as she s had birthdays and her lovelife is on the critical list.But with the big 3 0 looming she s determined to transform herself from unemployed singleton to loved up success Trouble is Clemmie s dream job would be working for local entrepreneur Guy Devlin, owner of the famous pyrotechnics company, The Gunpowder Plot He d also be high on her list of candidates for significant other too But Guy has a whole veritable cargo hold of baggage avaricious ex wife, a host of monster ex step children He s not even looking for an assistant And if he was a quirky amateur firework maker with a penchant for cream cakes and big explosions wouldn t be high on his list

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    1. OKWell this is a nice mood changer If you're in a terrible mood, you can go on with this. I just started it for this Valentine's day. And it is not a disappointing one too. But if you are seeking for a divergent one, its not your cup of coffee. It has a much more predictable story . And like always a cheesy happily ever after. Apart from the story you could know more about the pyrotechnics. (I am a lover of fireworks and everyone is I know hehe). the fireworks give colors not only to the sky her [...]

    2. Clemmie has a problem – she’s had almost as many jobs as she’s had birthdays and her lovelife is on the critical list.But with the big 3-0 looming she’s determined to transform herself from unemployed singleton to loved-up success.Trouble is Clemmie’s dream job would be working for local entrepreneur Guy Devlin, owner of the famous pyrotechnics company, The Gunpowder Plot.He’d also be high on her list of candidates for significant other too. But Guy has a whole veritable cargo hold o [...]

    3. Clemmie Caddle is 30 she has had as many jobs as her age, she is single and is in love with Guy Devlin, however he is attached, she’s never actually spoken with him and he doesn’t know that she exists, Phoebe Clemmie’s best friend , says she has a bad case of “fantasy lust”.Clemmie has a degree in Chemistry and should put it to some use, her dream job would be working for Guy Devlin he owns the Pyrothenics Company, the Gunpowder plot, as she is knowledgeable about Fireworks.Her dream c [...]

    4. A quirky fun novel about Clemmie Coddle, a single firework fanatic who can't hold down a job because the only thing she really wants to do is make fireworks. Then a chance job oppurtunity comes up with The Gunpowder Plot, whose owner Guy Devlin has pre-occupied the thoughts of Clemmie for quite some time. They fall in love after many obstacles and of course there's a splendid happy ever after. It was a nice light read with lots of laughs.

    5. Kurzweiliger, wenn auch nicht gerade unvorhersehbarer, romantischer Lesespaß. Ganz schön finde ich, dass Jones' Bücher "Sommernachtszauber", "Sternenzauber" und "Zimt und Zauber" in derselben Gegend spielen und einige Charaktere immer wieder vorkommen.Natürlich sind auch die Geschichten ähnlich angelegt (Magie, etc), aber bei Liebesromanen finde ich das nicht so störend. ;)

    6. Oh I loved! I love! I could not put it down and cannot wait to read another book by Christina Jones.Did a full review on Heaven Sent by Christina Jones

    7. Another lovely book, this time set around the fireworks industry. I love the way she combines magic and romance.

    8. 3.5/5Such a whitty, smoothly written, and exciting romance :) Two pyrotech's come together for an hilarious and very sweet romance. Fireworks both in the air and between co-workers!

    9. This is the first book I read by Christina Jones and it was the one that got me hooked.I just love the way that we get a little magic wrapped in a love story of gunpowder and plot. I´ve slowly collected quite of few of Christina´s books and have 3 now sat on my shelf waiting for me to read them which I will with great pleasure.Would I recommend this book.you bet I wouldCan I wait to read more by Christina Jones no I can´t and so it´s lucky I have a birthday due soon, guess whose going to be [...]

    10. I got this book from a friend of mine and will be rather glad to give it back. I've always been a reader of what is often referred to as chick-lit style books, and can easily say this isn't one of the best. I managed to read this book on two train journeys, but even then it didn't hold my attention like I hoped it would. I've always liked the idea of just 'falling' into your dream job and as a result meeting the right guy, but for me, it's a little too far fetched and cheesy. I think I'll be ret [...]

    11. Magic, mayhem, and fireworks abound in this novel that finds Clemmie loving a man she has only seen once. She can't keep a job; her job record has as many as positions as her age (thirty). Love has eluded her as her friends and new acquaintances all are getting married. Landing a dream job brings her close to her dream man, but there are plenty of complications. A bit of magic mixed with fireworks brings about wishes and desired results. Will it work for Clemmie? Will she get the man of her drea [...]

    12. Unless you've read - and liked - many of Christina Jone's past books, most of this will be boring for you. She uses this book as an excuse to check back in on some of her favorite characters from several of themunfortunately for me, not any of them my favorites. After everyone's been checked in on, it then ends abruptly. And on top of it, the hero is a 30-something goth with long messy hair and lots of black layered clothing. Which is not exactly a fashion statement I ever want to see an adult m [...]

    13. Initially I had a tough time getting into this - I was overwhelmed by all the fiddly albeit somewhat amusing names of towns and people which I tried somehow to retain as I figured they might have later significance? Many weren't essential in the long run. I did warm to this sweet little story, with rather unusual characters - haven't read many stories about fireworks experts, I have to say. I took this from the bookbox and will see whether I replace it or send it on with the box.

    14. this is the kitsch and schmaltz book I am reading at the moment, I sometimes have to.ok, yeah well, even for a romantic novel this one is very predictable. However nontheless, the idea is quite original if somewhat 'magical'. It's a nice read when you are looking for something where you don't have to think, and to get your mind of things. Which is exactly what I was looking for ;-)

    15. It was really lovely sweet sweet and sweet :)Ending:(view spoiler)[HEA (hide spoiler)]Feels:Awestruck seeing beautiful fireworks on beautiful dark night, feeling all giddy inside with silly grin. Thats how I felt after finished it.["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

    16. A bit disappointing. I've quite enjoyed the other books in this series but this one had some problems. It oddly had very little interaction between the main protagonists (odd in a romance), there were far too many references to characters from previous books - a cute idea but if you don't know the characters it's hard to care about them and an incredibly abrupt ending.

    17. I was really looking forward to reading this after loving Love Potions and the previous books in the series.This is ok, but nowhere near as good as her previous books. Very little romance in it and not enough interaction with Guy, the delicious male love interest.

    18. She's 30 and she's inlove! I really love Clemmie's character here. And Phoebe (clem's bff) as well. Guy Devlin in like my ideal man. Professional , has a business of his own, and damn fireworks business turns me on. Lololol

    19. This is the first one of Christina's that I read. I wanted a light read to take on holiday and after seeing the very first few lines, I knew it would be good. I loved it all and it introduced me to an author I knew I would read more of, possibly still my favourite of hers.

    20. Romance with a fizz and a bang. I loved the characters and wouldn't mind the hero lighting fireworks for me (he he he)!

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