Yup! currently I'm reading this. It has been almost 3months. But havn't finish till now :-)
hehehee..bz with other things :-P

I only read in bed..tapi blum pun 3 pages, buku dah baca check :-D ngantukkkk...
I've read the climax of the story and now another 3 chapters to go..yeah!

According to sypnosis of "Puan Nasi" ni....

"May Taylor works as a wedding planner, passing on the timeless traditions of her grandmother and mother. The Taylor women have always believed in the presence of magic in everyday life--especially the simple magic of true love and family. Yet May's own faith in true love was shattered when she was abandoned by the father of her child. Still, she finds joy in raising her daughter Kylie, a very special five-year-old who sees and hears things that others cannot. . . Martin Cartier is a professional hockey player and sports legend. His father, a champion, taught him to play to win--at all costs. Now Martin's success veils a core of heartache, rage, and isolation. Yet Kylie glimpses the transcendent role Martin will play in May's life and her own--unless his past tears their blossoming love apart. Then only Kylie will see the way home--and only May will be able to lead them there, if she can believe in magic once more."

Huh! again another collection by Luannce Rice. Awesome family and life story!

In my version for direct understanding (kot2 ada yang susah nak process flowery language ni kan), this story is about a girl named Kylie who has a magic sense inherited from her mother, May Taylor and see what others can't see.
Just like cute Haley Joel Osment in Six Sense with his world famous tagline "I see dead people" (hihiii scary huh?!) Come on! it's not a ghost story.

A spiritually gifted young girl has found her mother a great, wonderful, handsome and world famous Canadian hockey player, Martin Cartier as a husband and a father of hers. Using her ability, love and family bond, Kylie with help of her mother, May Taylor try to untie a dark secret hides deep underneath of her step father's life between his late daughter and his own father much away before they become a family before it's too late...

Best? Best gilerzzz...perhaps I will wrap it down by this weekend :-)

Footnote 22.01.09 -Finally I'm done with this wonderful book. Great story! Cried towards the end..huhuuuuhuu..Martin Cartier has finally accept his fate that he's a blind hockey player after he met and skied with his late daughter on Christmas nite. He forgave his father for what he has done and they have united as family once again :-)