Twelve Times Blessed (Mass Market)

By Jacquelyn Mitchard

HarperTorch, 9780061032479, 624pp.

Publication Date: January 27, 2004

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (5/19/2009)
Hardcover (4/1/2003)
Hardcover, Large Print, Large Print (4/1/2003)
MP3 CD (4/25/2003)

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Description

It is True Dickinson's birthday and her best friends havegathered on this snowy night to celebrate. True has never felt more alone. Though her small business is thriving and her young son is happy, the death of her husband eight years ago has left an empty space in her life that friends and family cannot fill. Are youth and beauty slipping away while True is busily taking care of everyone else? An accident the night of her birthday will answer that question and give True the opportunity to let love back into her life -- that is, if she can overcome her own fears and if these two spirits can find a way to tame each other's wild hearts.

A story of transformation and an unforgettable tale of the perils and pleasures of modern love, Twelve Times Blessed is a powerful, moving novel of the heart from one of our most gifted and best-loved storytellers.



About the Author

New York Times bestseller Jacquelyn Mitchard's novels include The Deep End of the Ocean, Twelve Times Blessed, and The Breakdown Lane. She is also the author of The Rest of Us: Dispatches from the Mother Ship, a collection of her newspaper columns. She lives with her husband and six children in Madison, Wisconsin.



Praise For Twelve Times Blessed

“Jacquelyn Mitchard brings her pitch-perfect rendering of human relationships to her new novel.”
— Seattle Times

“Mitchard is a keen observer of the ebbs and flows of daily life.”
— Chicago Sun-Times

“Seductively voyeuristic.”
— Rocky Mountain News

“A perfect choice for the beach.”
— Capital Times (Madison, WI)

“Mitchard has established herself as a master of literary chiaroscuro.”
— Entertainment Weekly

“Entertaining and absorbing.”
— Chattanooga Times Free Press

“Mitchard’s writing is vivid and absorbing.”
— Capital Times (Madison, WI)

“Mitchard writes seductively, and sometimes with breathtaking honesty, about insecurity and self-absorption, love and lust, family and friendship.”
— Boston Herald