At the Corner of Magnetic and Main

Meg Welch Dendler

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At the Corner of Magnetic and Main

At the Corner of Magnetic and Main Penny had been stuck in the same diner for decades ever since she died in Her diner was comfortable and safe Serving ice cream to those who dropped in on their way to the next level of existence

  • Title: At the Corner of Magnetic and Main
  • Author: Meg Welch Dendler
  • ISBN: 9781942428503
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Paperback
  • Penny had been stuck in the same diner for decades ever since she died in 1952 Her diner was comfortable and safe Serving ice cream to those who dropped in on their way to the next level of existence, she helped to ease their transition into The Light, the one place she can t go Her afterlife was perfect But when the ridiculously handsome, bad boy biker Jake ThatcherPenny had been stuck in the same diner for decades ever since she died in 1952 Her diner was comfortable and safe Serving ice cream to those who dropped in on their way to the next level of existence, she helped to ease their transition into The Light, the one place she can t go Her afterlife was perfect But when the ridiculously handsome, bad boy biker Jake Thatcher shows up and becomes stuck as well, Penny rediscovers feelings that she thought had been buried with her body Life is still life, and love is still love But was her existence really perfect, or was it something else entirely

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    1. Dianne on said:

      It’s the time of year for ghost stories, want to read along with the crowd but aren’t too crazy about scary tales? Pick up Meg Welch Dendler’s At the Corner of Magnetic and Main and settle in to discover the real story of what goes on when ghosts haunt a town, because there can be life after death.Penny is the friendly waitress, serving up ice cream in the old diner at Magnetic and Main. Although she looks seventeen, she’s been doing her job with a smile and a kind word for sixty years. [...]

    2. MC on said:

      4.25/5 starsThis book totally took my by surprise! I am not a romance person at all, so when I read the synopsis about “bad boy biker Jake Thatcher,” I was slightly concerned that there might be a bit too much romance in store for me. But that definitely was not the case. This story was both funny and heartwarming and definitely not romance heavy. I found myself feeling like I was right there in the diner, having a bowl of ice cream with Penny and Jake.I received this book for free in exchan [...]

    3. The Styling Librarian on said:

      At the Corner of Magnetic and Main by Meg Dendler – Adult – Fantasy – I love the synopsis line “It’s hard to get on with your life when you’re already dead.” It was a pleasure to get lost in this world of life after death and responsibility of one ghost who just cares too much to consider leaving and taking care of herself. Life with a ghost is explained pretty well with the humorous Jake who is introduced early in the story and who decides being a ghost can be a bunch of fun and g [...]

    4. Jody on said:

      Review first posted on my blog: spoonfulofhappyendingsspoSeventeen-year-old Penny has been serving ice cream at the local diner in the small American town of Eureka Springs for a long time; longer than she probably initially expected. Over 60 years ago, she became really sick and died, but her ghost is still stuck on earth, unable to move on. Penny has made her peace with this and instead helps other ghosts who end up in the diner to move into the light. Until one night when twenty-year-old bad [...]

    5. Tony Parsons on said:

      In my top 10 list for the year.Penny (17) died in 1952. On Magnetic/Main there stood the Magnetic Ice Cream Parlor & Diner owned by Hank & Molly since the middle 70’s. Molly could not have children. It had every kind of Coca Cola memorabilia you could think of. They lived in a house right next door. Penny was stuck at the Parlor/Diner for all eternity. Jake Thatcher (bad boy biker) was barreling down Highway # 62 on his way to Eureka Springs. Sheriff Jimmy was investigating a very bad [...]

    6. Diane Coto on said:

      Where will you go when you die? Your answers will most likely depend upon your personal beliefs. But, if you lived as a character in this book, you’d most certainly land on a counter stool in Magnetic Ice Cream Parlor and Diner with Penny Briscoe serving you a bowl of ice cream and encouraging you to go to The Light. Just ask Jake Thatcher. He was driving his motorcycle one moment on the snakelike Arkansas mountain roads and the next moment he was face to face with Penny and several others at [...]

    7. Rustys on said:

      It has good bones with a supernatural flare but because most of the conversations take place within the walls of the diner it became sluggish. Suitable for teen through young adult as there isn't any hanky panky,no foul language with just a little bit of devilment in a ghostly fashion. The Diner is somewhat of a way station for the dearly departed.Some stay, some move on into the light.The main character Penny is hesitant to leave the comfort and safety of the diner. She remained in the shadows [...]

    8. Lori Ericson on said:

      The writer uses the tale of ghosts stuck between heaven and earth for a charming look at balancing the giving of ourselves for others and taking care of our own needs. It's told from several voices with perfectly timed dialogue and intricately woven description of a lovely small Arkansas town and its inhabitants, both living and dead. We learn the power of love and giving from Penny, a ghost who has spent decades watching over a small diner and helping the just died into "The Light" of eternity. [...]

    9. Riley K. on said:

      At the Corner of Magnetic and Main by Meg Welch Dendler is an amazing read. I was given a copy of this in exchange for an honest review. I honestly did not know what to expect and I really enjoy that about a book. I couldn’t put the book down. In this paranormal story, you meet Jake and Penny who seem to be loners in the town of Eureka Springs until you realize that they are ghosts. Meg Welch Dendler has the ability to create beloved characters that make you reluctant to end the book. I think [...]

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