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Fern Michaels , Natalie Ross , Inc. Brilliance Audio
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May 2 2012 Godmothers Series (Book 4)
If living well is an art, then Toots Loudenberry is a modern-day Michelangelo. Over the past two years, she and her three best friends—Sophie, Ida, and Mavis—have shared joys and troubles, forged new businesses and love interests, and discovered talents they never knew they possessed. Like Sophie’s blossoming psychic gift, for instance. No sooner has the foursome returned from a trip to Sacramento, where Sophie provided some much-needed psychic guidance to the First Lady of California, when another situation demands their attention… Laura Leigh, a Hollywood starlet whose main talent seems to be landing in trouble, is missing. Toots’ daughter, Abby, has both a personal and professional stake in the story. Not only is she editor-in-chief at gossip magazine The Informer, but entertainment attorney Chris Clay, Abby’s would-be beau, was the last person seen with Laura. And now he’s missing, too. Toots knows just how strong Abby’s feelings for Chris run, and the Godmothers are immediately on the case. With the help of friends in high—and low—places, Toots, Sophie, Ida, and Mavis will navigate Hollywood’s glittering inner circles and seedy underbelly to discover the truth. And along the way, they’ll uncover unexpected secrets that not even one of Sophie’s séances could have predicted…

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FERN MICHAELS is the USA Today and New York Times bestselling author of the Sisterhood series, Mr. and Miss Anonymous, Up Close and Personal, and dozens of other novels and novellas. There are over seventy million copies of her books in print. Fern Michaels has built and funded several large day-care centers in her hometown, and is apassionate animal lover who has outfitted police dogs across the country with special bulletproof vests. She shares her home in South Carolina with her four dogs and a resident ghost named Mary Margaret.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Another Great One Nov. 2 2013
By Dorothy
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Again one of her best books. She is fantastic and I love her down to earth attitude. The girls remind me of my own friends.
Another great book!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hilarious ladies Sept. 18 2013
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This series was great! All the characters were well thought out, hilarious in their own way. A little suspense, a little romance, a good easy read, helped me distress every night !
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good for a listen Sept. 5 2014
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I was a little dissappointed in this story but hey maybe it was just the mood I was in when I read it. Good for a listen though
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2.0 out of 5 stars It will help if you are a fan Jan. 11 2012
By Victoria H - Published on
I needed some light reading after having recently finished several 500+++ page books, so I checked out Deadline. It is very light. Too light for me. But it may please fans.

If you are familiar with the Godmothers series by Michaels, you will probably slip happily into this book. There are four women of a certain age (I would say 60s) who have been friends forever and from all appearances seem to live together, or at least close enough to be together all the time. They have all done well in life, whether through marriage, design, or something else. One is a psychic (otherwise, I probably wouldn't have checked out the book). There are a collection of people around them, including a daughter and step-son who are central to the plot of this book. The book fills in these characters a bit, but only a bit. There are a number of private planes involved too. They don't have much personality.

The plot is pretty bare bones. A visit to the governor's mansion to have a seance. The step-son disappears at the same time a starlet (his client) disappears. They are later found, and everyone is ok. The housekeeper in the South Carolina house has a heart attack, but she is ok too, after surgery. Three pairs fall in love, but we see little development of these relationships. It is like a slice of life, though not one I'll ever see.

As I said, I read this book because I wanted something light, and I got exactly what I asked for. I would not really recommend this book to anyone who is not already a fan of Fern Michaels, and only in that case because I assume it is typical of her books.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Easy read but not F M Feb. 13 2012
By A M - Published on
Well I have read a lot of Fern Michael s books and all of The Godmother Series
This was to mushy washy for me. I read it all but it tells of Toots finally telling
Abby she owns the paper & Chris tells Abby he's in love with her & the rest of the women are up to
doing there same tactics.
Was not impressed with this book.
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Will the real Fern Michaels please stand up? Jan. 30 2012
By Agatha Galen - Published on
Where has the respected author Fern Michaels gone? I can't believe this author is the same one who has written so many really wonderful books, and is now resorting to these tacky little "harlequins"

Where is the author of the Vegas, Texas and Kentucky series? Where are the wonderful books that she wrote in the late 1990's and early 2000's?

If I were an author, and of course I am not, I would rather go out with a bang instead of a little fizzle.

To write this drivel about four sex crazed over the hill females...and no I won't call them sad. I don't care how comical some of the story is, the rest is vulgar, and crass.

Enough said.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Very boring read June 10 2012
By Poker Lady - Published on
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I am a great fan of Fern Michaels and have read all her books throughout the years. This book is very slow moving. The majority of the book dealt with Chris missing. This was the focus of the book. I feel Fern Michaels can certainly do better than that. I could not wait to finish this book. I did read it every chance I got. I know Fern Michaels can do better than this. I spoke to my co workers who have read it also and sorry to say nobody liked it. Fern please give us a better read for the summer.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't bother.... June 14 2012
By Ann Nanamouse - Published on
This book is one of the worst examples of both mystery and romance. I almost discarded it upon the first chapter but decided to give it a chance. It kept getting worse and worse. It starts off with missing people and jumps to a heart attack victim. In addition, the romance line is very predictible. And... there is all this paranormal junk interlaced within the story. I just wanted to groan. This is my first Fern Michaels experience and it has soured me towards her.
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