Fern Michaels is the New York Times bestselling author of the sizzling quartet of contemporary novels Texas Rich, Texas Heat, Texas Fury, and Texas Sunrise, as well as the steamy books in the Captive series: Captive Passions, Captive Embraces, Captive Splendors, Captive Secrets, and Captive Innocence. She is also the author of To Have and to Hold, Seasons of Her Life, Desperate Measures, the Kentucky trilogy, and the Sisterhood series.
Serendipityby Fern Michaels
Six years ago, Jory Ryan fled Philadelphia after a brief, tragic marriage to wealthy Ross Landers. Now Jory has come home to/b>/i>
In this beautiful novel, New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels follows the transformation of a heartbroken girl into a proud, sophisticated woman who stands at a turning point facing a magnificent destiny.
Six years ago, Jory Ryan fled Philadelphia after a brief, tragic marriage to wealthy Ross Landers. Now Jory has come home to make peace with the past. With the unexpected jolt of a brief summer storm, Jory falls for Ross’s best friend—and becomes entangled with the Landers family and the business she ran away from. Suddenly Jory finds herself at the helm of an empire, confronted with changes and choices she never dreamed possible, and ready to meet a future ripe with the promise of lasting love.
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Meet the Author
- Summerville, South Carolina
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- Hastings, Pennsylvania
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I enjoyed thi book from one of my favorite authors a great deal. The story is beautiful and heart warming. You will find it hard to put down because there is always something new around the corner to keep you guessing. Just when you think you know what's about to happen, the game changes. One caution though: the e-book is full of typos and punctuation errors. You may have to read a few lines several times before understanding what the author meant it to say.
This book was awful. It is set in the 1950's, but it is hard to remember that because the issues are pretty current (no one was divorced and accepted then). Anyway, I didn't like the book that much, but kept reading to see who Jory would end up with (I was pretty sure it would be Woo aka Pete). Well, after reading the ending I was very angry that I wasted my time. It left me feeling incomplete. So much build-up, for nothing.