Fresh and funny, this novel is a heart-warming mix of CLUELESS, SEX AND THE CITY and Mitch Albom's THE FIVE PEOPLE YOU MEET IN HEAVEN.
Alex Dorenfield is a 29-year-old personal shopper. She lives in LA and is worried that what she is doing with her life is slightly pointless. Or at least she did - until she was killed by a Mini Cooper while walking her dog, Peaches, at four in the morning.
When Alex gets to heaven she finds herself on the seventh plane, a place with no cellulite, walk-in closets, calorie-free ice-cream sundaes and a straight, single, hunky next-door neighbour. Sure, she misses her parents and is sad that she died so young, but things aren't too bad. In fact, she gets to see her grandparents again and catch up with the other people she loves who have died.
Just when Alex thinks things are going to be fine, she finds out she has to earn her right to stay in this heaven - which means finding ways to right some wrongs she left behind.