this book made me cry. i know it sounds like i'm a sentimental freak, which i pretty much am, lol.
but this book had all the characteristics of a perfect teenage rainy-day novel. the character organisation was incredible! paul slater made the perfect kind of demon- he's so original in the way that he seems hot but has powers u couldnt dream of, and he kept me on tenderhooks all the time becuz i always expected him to cause trouble whenever things were going perfectly with suze and jesse.
speaking of suze and jesse, their chemistry sounds perfect- not all over the place like u know pashing 24/7 but meg cabot just hit it off straight away with the jesse character. he was tender, kind, sensible, did ADORABLE thigns and the part at the barn when suze and paul had travelled back in time just portrayed jesse perfectly, in that he cared for a perfect stranger even though he had no connection with her as far as he knew? it made him seem like the trusting sort of guy which was done VERY well by meg cabot. in one phrase, jesse is= my idea of a 19th century hottie, looks and personality wise.
and we cant 4get suze right?. what can i say about suze? (can i call her sue? its easier to type). the way meg cabot combined the two personalities of sue and jesse to form a couple was amazing. sue- bold, knows what she ants, tender underneath, jesse is the world to her, never tries to push ppl into doing what she wants, but will do things HERSELF to get what she wants if her accomplice is unwilling, and jesse- you cant push him around because once decides on something he can be a bit stubborn, but soft in the heart so wont try to pry the info out of you in a menacing way and etc etc. you know what i mean.
heaven sent is the perfect way to end the mediator series- if onlythere was a sequel to this book cuz sometimes i wonder what became of the couple. nevertheless, the end was more than satisfying, so if u havent read this book, i can assure you, you're missing out!