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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781574904567
  • Publisher: Beeler, Thomas T. Publisher
  • Publication date: 12/28/2002
  • Series: Large Print Ser.
  • Format: Library Binding
  • Product dimensions: 6.12 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2003

    Lovely Book!

    I thought this the best book I've read in a long while! This is the first Jennifer Greene book I've read and I can't wait to read more! I hope Becca and the doctor Sam, will have a book of their own! I'll be thrilled!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2003

    Wonderful...Couldnt put the book down the first time

    This is the only book I have EVER read twice...Cant wait for another.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2002

    Woman Most Likely To...

    "The Woman Most Likely to..." entertains with it's excellent character development of three generations of Sinclair women and the transitions they face. It is often funny and sexy yet somehow poignent as perfect Susan is forced to come to grips with not only the challenges of her daughter's choices but also her mother's imperfect and shocking new behavior. All this while dealing with her own whirlwind of change. Jon Laker, Susan's long ago love, is both delightfully awkward and wonderfully heroic in dealing with these three women he thought he knew. Jennifer Greene has put together an insightful look into the hearts and minds of four people who care about each other ... enough and more.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 10, 2002

    Woman Most Likely To...

    Three generations of Sinclair women are changing and letting each other become the people they want to be in a funny, witty, sexy, sometimes sad, but always delightful story by Jennifer Greene. "Woman Most Likely To..." captures your imagination and your heart from the first page. Part of the charm of this story is the easy interaction between the principal characters, fast dialog and lovely little twists that make the story come alive.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    insightful relationship drama

    Becca Sinclair visits her grandmother in Copper Creek, Michigan for some solace and advice as she is pregnant and wary of repeating the mistake her mother made when she gave birth to her. Becca knows how hard Susan worked to raise her alone at the sacrifice of any happiness. However, Becca finds her staid widowed grandma Lydia acting like a teenage woman in love for the first time. Becca asks her mom to return home to insure grandma is okay. Susan comes back to Copper Creek, the town she fled over two decades ago, only to see the one male she has always loved Jon Laker. Becca and Lydia believe that Jon and Susan still love one another and want the best for the sandwiched generation so they begin to intercede to propel this couple back together regardless of the consequences. This is an insightful relationship drama that will provide gratification to fans that relish a complete family drama inside a strong romance. The story line enables the reader to see deeply inside the heads of the lead characters, especially Susan because her two female relatives add an extra beacon on her soul. Jennifer Greene displays her skills as an author most likely to receive audience appreciation for this warm second chance at love novel. Harriet Klausner

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2004

    a disappointment

    Susan Sinclair became pregnant at 16. Her boyfriend, Jon Laker, wanted to marry her, but she refused. She had the baby, went to college, and got a great job with a very nice salary. All the while, Jon remained a part of their daughter¿s life. Now, at 38, Susan¿s taken a month off work to spend time at the family home with her recently widowed mother, Lydia, and her daughter, Becca. Lydia, after a long marriage to a harsh man she never loved, is learning what it¿s like to enjoy some freedom. Becca, who has recently learned that she¿s pregnant, is trying to escape a bad relationship with a loser boyfriend. Susan and Jon join forces to help their daughter through this difficult time in her life and in the process rediscover their passion for each other. The author is a good writer and I enjoyed the sub-plots with Lydia and Becca. However, even though I normally love `second chance¿ stories, I had some major complaints about the book. (1) From the first page to the last page the pace is incredibly slow. Because it was so slow, I often found my mind wandering and had to force myself to focus on the book. (2) I never really figured out exactly what was keeping Susan and Jon apart. I understood her reasons for not marrying him at 16, but they¿re in their late 30¿s now and nothing is standing in their way. The reader, or this reader at least, never believes the reasons given--which basically boils down to `he never loved her for who she was¿--because Jon never did or said anything to indicate that it might be true. Because of this, I found all her internal anguish silly. In my opinion, her thoughts often seemed like those of a teen-ager rather than a grown woman. (which surprised me a great deal because she was such a strong character in every other aspect) As a result, I didn¿t truly care if she ended up with a `happily ever after¿ or not. I did, on the other hand, want Jon to find his `happily ever after¿ but frankly by the end of the book I was kind of hoping that he¿d find it without Susan.

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