Return to Sender

Return to Sender

by Fern Michaels
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Return to Sender 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 112 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just read the paperback book. I'm not really sure what I think of the story. I thought Fern Michaels is a romance author. Where's the romance? This is all about hatred and revenge. There was not much about her relationship with Evan. There are too many loose ends here. Did Nick live or die? What happened with Chelsea? Even though I had reservations about the story, I couldn't seem to put it down. I am still disappointed in the whole experience. This is my first book by this author. Not sure if I'll read another.
cp10 More than 1 year ago
If you are a dreamer and a romantic this book is for you. It shows that when you are at your lowest in life -stay focus and your hard work will pay back 100%. Good reading it kind of left me wanting to read more.
harstan More than 1 year ago
When Rosalind Townsend was seventeen years old she learned what she considered a life lesson about men and responsibly. Pregnant, her affluent one night stand partner in Atlanta Nick Pemberton deserts her by returning her letters unopened; while her abusive ultra pious father kicks her to the Georgia dirt as no Jezebel will live under his roof. Against the odds, she makes a life for herself and her Will. Almost two decades later, when NYU accepts Will as a freshman, Lin accompanies her son from Georgia to the Big Apple. Lin runs into now millionaire CEO married Nick; in a pique of avenging anger she wants him to pay with a disruption to his perfect life for the offspring he rejected years ago. Although over the top of the three stacked Empire State Buildings, Fern Michael fans will enjoy this engaging contemporary soap opera with a couple of more soapy spins re Nick, his wife and his doctor. Readers will admire Lin who has come a long way from Miss Stinky Pants' child abuse victim to being a great mom and dad to Will, but still seeks revenge with the wealthy northerner who ignored her plea to help care for her unborn. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Unrealistic! Main character was a waitress who buys a diner in a SMALL town yet can spend hundreds of thousands of dollars, but wants revenge on her baby daddy for not taking care of them financially. Ending is crap and leaves you hanging.
BRITBRAT0620 More than 1 year ago
this was a very good book. I wish it had a part 2
NightOwlPM More than 1 year ago
Unrealistic and the ending was stupid and left you hanging. I do not recommend.
PumpkinKV More than 1 year ago
I just finished reading this book. I was really into it until the last chapter two or three chapters. I was disappointed.
lovestoread17 More than 1 year ago
Rosalind Townsend know as Lin realized she was pregnant at seventeen and was thrown out of her home by her religious and vicious father. The baby's father Nick Pemberton has no idea he is about to become a dad as all the letters come back "Return To Sender" This is a wonderful story of how Lin has lived her life for nineteen years and scarified to get to where she is in live at this point. Her son Will her pride and joy is going off to NYU and it is at a banquet dinner that the guest speaker is none other then Will's father. Fate had thrown Nick a bad diagnosis although he is a millionaire and CEO of the family business. Lin has decided she wants to seek some revenge on what this man has done to her and does not realize at the beginning that he is a sick man who might not have long to live and a son whom he never met. She has to decide whether or not to come clean with the lie she has told Will which was that his father died when he was younger and wondering if he will every forgive her for keeping this secret from him. It is one of Ms. Michaels most sensational books ever and once you start it you won't be able to put it down. A must read.
poignant More than 1 year ago
Good book to go through quickly. Repetitive in going over the same thing 2 times or more in several chapters. Otherwise the story was ok, the characters you did not get a clear picture of them, they were hollow.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is Okay but not great. Lagging at times, but you will want to finish it! Still glad that I read it!
tommygrrl723 8 days ago
This book started out pretty good, but after the NYU reception with the chance meeting, the story line went downhill and plateaued until the ending. As many of the other reviewers stated, the characters were unlikable and hollow, and the plot was drawn-out and unrealistic (and IMO had humongous holes). It wasn't enough for me to quit reading the book altogether, but it wasn't a book that kept me up nights either. In a word...Meh! This is not the first time that I have read Fern Michaels and it won't be the last, but in my opinion, this was not one of her best works.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read this book a few years ago , but still remember it was a great ad.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is not a romance.  It is a book about a single mom out for revenge on the dad of her now grown  18 year old son.  The heroine and the son's father were neither one likable characters.  The love interest if you  can call him that, is a doctor Lin meets and with in a couple of HOURS, they fall in LOVE/LUST. Not believable at all.  The story is written with so many cliche's.  The story lines are not all tied up by the end of the book.  The title Return to Sender, is because all the letters Lin had written to tell the dad about his son were returned.  At the end of the book she finally notices "address unknown" on the envelopes.  She carries these letters around in a briefcase and has never notices that the "address unknown" is on the envelopes?? 
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GHott More than 1 year ago
I couldn’t finish it! Heck, I barely made it a third of the way through this book. It’s all due to Ms. Michael’s writing skills but I so tremendously detested Nick Pemberton and got so caught up in wanting Lin to just walk away and keep living the lie that I couldn’t read further. It was just way too stressful & emotional for me to continue.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice book. Easy to read!!
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Yellowsam More than 1 year ago
Oh Boo Hoo Hoo, her baby daddy didn't give her support so she resorts to criminal behavior with her dumb arse friend to pay him back??!!! HATED IT!!!
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Rosalind is pregnant and rejected by both the father of the baby and her parents and kicked out of the house. She is determined to succeed. 19 years later she escorts her son to college at NYU and encounters the father of her son. He is a successful CEO and she means to have revenge. There is so much intrigue and romance in the story, that it was very hard to put down. There is so much adventure that you will have to read it to find the ending.
Amblesi More than 1 year ago
I purchased this book on my nook it wouldnt show up, called customer service and they couldnt get it to work either... still waiting for my refund for th book...