by Diana von Welanetz Wentworth

October 2003
ISBN: 0-312-32245-3
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Trade Paperback

Diana and Paul von Welanetz had a wonderful marriage that most people only experienced in their fantasies. Together, they gave birth to a beautiful daughter, Lexi, a cooking empire that spawned best selling cookbooks and a television show, along with 'The Inside Edge', a motivational organization, which has held many celebrities in its membership ranks.

When Paul died of cancer in 1989, Diana was devastated. For over twenty years, Paul had been her best friend and provider. It would take her time to find her bearings, but she would, with Paulís spirit beside her.

Paul would go even further to show his love for Diana by fulfilling a final promise. He would send her someone to love.

Send Me Someone is a touching true story of strength, acceptance, and love. In it, Diana von Welanetz Wentworth shares the most intimate details of her life in an honest, gripping voice, which paints a vivid picture of undying love.

The writing was so descriptive and engaging that I felt more like a friend of the family than a person who was peering in from the outside.

I made the mistake of reading portions of this book during my lunch beak, and I was offered several boxes of Kleenex while I read. Of course, I needed them, but it wasnít all out of sadness but also from a sense of comfort. Send Me Someone opened my mind to a whole new manner of thinking, and my heart to a new way of loving.

For everyone who ever believed death was the last stop on the bus line, this book is a must-read. The reality is that with true love, there is no such thing as death.

Reviewed in November 2003 by Natasha.

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