The Way to Yesterday
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WHAT IF YOU COULD LIVE ONE DAY OVER AGAIN--AND CHANGE THE OUTCOME?

Suddenly, unbelievably, Mary Ellen O'Rourke could--and so her wonderful husband and beautiful baby girl were alive and well. Now all she had to do was keep them that way. If only she knew how....

But maybe she did. Because a strange encounter with an unusual ring had brought Mary into this parallel world, one...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published January 21st 2011 by Silhouette Books (first published September 1st 2002)
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Carolyn F.
Sweet verging on sappy story about Mary whose husband and daughter were killed in a car accident. She is able to do the day all over again and finds out that God had a reason for having go back and then fast forward to the present. She doesn't remember a lot, some of it comes to her bits and pieces, but with the past 6 years without them and then having them again, she's a stronger different woman and is able to help in a tragedy that takes place in her new present time. Huh?!? These time travel...more
Karen Scott
I first read this book circa 2003/2004 and at the time I recall feeling that it was the best thing I'd ever read. Time and some good prescription drugs have made me realise that actually, it was just an ok book. I will still give it four stars just for making me feel so good at the time. Plus I wrote to Harlequin telling them how wonderful I thought the book was ffs, so I can hardly give it an average score now can I? Sigh... love you Ms Sala.
Oksana
Yea it's one of those books that set your mood. But shouldn't every book. While I was reading this I really felt like I was there watching the whole thing. Books like this are hard to find. It was easy to read,and easy to get into. I wasn't wondering "what I'll do today" while I was reading it. It's a must read! I loved it. Period.
Sandi
It has been a long time since I've read this but I remember that I thought it was one of the very best books I read that year.
Dami (Damiellar)
I'll admit to this being one of my 'go-to' reads when I'm in a certain mood.
C
Sad start that ended perfect. Another great book.
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Sharon Sala has been a published author since 1991, and has also written under the pseudonym Dinah McCall, although the last McCall book was released in March of 2007.
Her 76th book, THE HEALER, was released in April 2008. She's a member of Romance Writers of America and writes mostly romantic suspense and paranormal romantic suspense for Harlequin Enterprises, Silhouette Books, and at one time, a...more
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