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Eyes Only (2000)

by Fern Michaels(Favorite Author)
3.73 of 5 Votes: 5
1420135910 (ISBN13: 9781420135916)
review 1: Eyes Only by Fern Michaels was an interesting read. This is another book in her Sisterhood Series and is a better book than some of the other Sisterhood books, however it is still lacking. Gretchen Spyder gave up her twins for adoption when they were first born. She chose to not tell her mother or father that she had ever been pregnant. An accident changed all that. Her parents received access to her most private secrets including the fact that she gave her babies up for adoption. Her Dad will stop at nothing to bring Gretchen's kids back to Spyder island to grow up with the Spyder name, this includes finding the father. The father does not know that he has any children, Gretchen did not tell him, so that he could be kept safe from her family.The Sisterhood catches the new... mores and hears about the family who is trying to keep their 5 year old adopted children. So Myra and the Sisterhood set our to thwart the father, and get rid of at least one evil in the world. The book was boring most of the time. There were too many characters, too much going on at times, and not enough at other times. While reading, in many parts, I wished for just a summary, so we could move on.The end was decent and the plot was ok so I gave this book 2 out of 5 starsI received a free copy of this book in return for my honest opinion.
review 2: I have read other books by Fern Michaels and liked them. However I did not realize when I began reading this book that it was the latest in a series. I was immediately thrust into a story where the characters seemed to know each other well and were working together. But I had no clues as to who they were or why they all were working together-- no background information given on any of the many characters except there did seem to be a lot of money available. Therefore I could not get very interested in the characters or even tthe plot. I was sort of interested in how the plot ended so I skipped to the ending. This is not a stand alone book but if you have read the other books in this series (the sisterhood, I think) then you may enjoy it better than I did. less
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I have yet to read a Sisterhood series book that i dont like!
I love all the Sisterhood series.
Think I'm getting tired of these.
Awful! Did not finish!
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