"If the spirit of a loving wife can't nudge her husband in the right direction, who can?"
So thinks thirty-something Judith McBride, a Jewish control freak with an unlikely last name. When she dies in a medical mishap, she calls on her supernatural status to "rescue" her widowed husband from the sexy clutches of their gold-digging, thrill-seeking, blonde accountant. But interfering with earthly events is strictly verboten and the repercussions ripple outward, affecting not only Judith but the lives of her husband and best friend.
Judith's journey from the physical world to the spiritual is peppered with adjustments, choices, and self-discovery, ultimately leading her to the realization that loving sometimes means learning how to let go.
Causes Cynthia Polansky Supports
- Food Animal Concerns Trust
- Farm Sanctuary
- The New England Anti-Vivisection Society
- Physicians'Committee for Responsible...