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Celebration Mass Market Paperback – Jan 1 2009

3.9 out of 5 stars 78 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Zebra (Jan. 1 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1420108425
  • ISBN-13: 978-1420108422
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 3.1 x 17.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 136 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 78 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #468,708 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Fern Michaels, New York Times bestselling author of FINDERS KEEPERS, dazzles readers once again with the unforgettable story of one woman's life -- the betrayal that nearly destroys her, the love that helps her heal, and the struggle to find the truth about herself and the man she thought she knew...

An only child who lost both parents during her first year at college, wealthy heiress Kristine Kelly had made her husband her whole world. But she didn't see what everyone else did: that handsome, charismatic Logan Kelly was a manipulator and a user. Then one cold December, Kristine got a chilling wake-up call when Logan vanished, along with the eight-million-dollar trust fund she had naively given him the power to control.

Just when Kristine's life was at its lowest point, banker Aaron Dunwoodie offered her passion, a strong shoulder to lean on, and a relationship to believe in. But a woman once fooled is twice wary, and very vulnerable. There were still too many questions Kristine needed to answer before she could commit her heart again: what really happened to Logan...what did she truly want for herself...and what would she do if Logan -- a dangerous, seductive, and yet irresistible man -- walked back into her life? --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.

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"A terrific beach book".

-- Booklist on FINDERS KEEPERS --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.

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Format: Mass Market Paperback
This is the second novel by Fern Michaels that I have read and I definitely agree that while I get hooked by the book jackets, she tends to go on far too long. This book could have been about 150 pages less and been much better. While I enjoyed the story for the most part, I found myself groaning that anyone could be so stupid as Kristine and let her swindling husband back in her life after he cheated her out of her money and left her high and dry. While some might view it as compassion, I think it was just a little far fetched. Woodie was a little too complacent for me and the fact that he just sat around and waited and then got drunk anytime Kristine left him hanging was a little unbelievable. Logan was evil and fun to hate and the other characters were interesting although kind of flat. Some of the plot twists to connect everything together were a little silly - how small a world can this be for heaven's sake? But overall, not too bad.
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Format: Hardcover
Someone asked me the other day who my favorite author is and I didn't hesitate to answer that it was Fern Michaels. I have read every book she ever wrote and have been a fan for 20-25 years. Her books never disappoint me and I truly loved Celebration. As usual, I couldn't put it down. I bad mouthed Logan the entire time. Yes, she was nuts to let him run her life all those years,turning everything over to him, not paying attention to details, and at times she made me crazy, but that was part of the fun of the read. What's wrong with you people that have to take criticism to the next level? So maybe a few of you liked it less than other titles, but do you have to go on and on about it. Appreciate her for what she is, the best women's fiction author around. I loved it Fern, keep them coming.
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Format: Hardcover
I agree with the reader who called this book "sophomoric garbage." How can anyone with a modicum of good sense and intelligence enjoy this drivel. The dialogue is simplistic, the characters totally one dimensional, the plot insipid. Who could care about this stupid woman? She married the kind of man she deserved and her children justifiably deserted her. I was sorely tempted to desert her too, but, out of fairness to the author, forced myself to finish the story. That was a mistake. Totally unbelievable. By the way, did anyone else notice that on page 83 her name is spelled "Christine" by mistake in the middle of the page. That sort of thing drives me crazy. Did no one even read this book before it was published? Can't blame 'em.
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Format: Hardcover
Fern Michaels provides an intriguing story line that demonstrates why her books always land on all the best-selling lists (see "Vegas" trilogy and "Texas" trilogy). However, before readers think that Ms. Michaels' latest novel is a cause for CELEBRATION, they need to realize that the pathetic Kristine garners no empathy. Besides playing the fool, she chose to ignore or pretend the physical abuse suffered by her children. This trait would engage readers if the story line centered on a psychological look into her denial. However, used in the context of a contemporary romance, this leaves the audience disconcerted and a bit put off by her. Still, the Michaels' touch is prevalent with the secondary players and the powerful plot.

Harriet Klausner
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By A Customer on Feb. 12 2001
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I, too, found myself cheering for Kristine. Co-dependent relationships happen all the time and I'm glad the author addressed this issue. It was a great ending. I'm not sure she deserved Woody, but I'm glad they ended up together. Ms. Michaels referred to the tense relationship between parent and child at the beginning and then Kristine later refers to her parents as being, 'great' and 'there for her', etc. It was confusing, but maybe that mysterious money that popped up at the end changed her views on 'those rotten parents'....That along with that 'weird' slave trading story were misplaced in the story and I wanted it to end sooner, but I was glad to see that Kristine didn't cave in when Logan returned. Give it a chance.
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By A Customer on April 25 2000
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I've rarely been unable to leave a book unfinished. Celebration unfortunately falls into this category. The central character (Kristine) is a weak woman throughout the novel (or at least through half of it). The limited growth she experiences is a result, not of her own inner strength, but due to the intervention and persistence of someone else. The dialogue is flat and sounds completely contrived. It is impossible to get engrossed in the story and visualize these conversations as actually happening. The plot is entirely predictable so there is absolutely no desire on the reader's part to turn the page to see what happens next.
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Format: Hardcover
Who are those people posting reviews with vitriolic fingers? Obviously people who shouldn't be reading books. I found Celebration to be exactly that, a celebration. To me it was a warm, breast-hugging book that tugged at every emotion I have. I absolutely adored each character, each incident and every single page. I kept waiting for Logan to get 'his' and he got it in the end. I know people like the Kristine in the story and I also know a few Logans. The Woodies of the world are few and far between but that doesn't mean they aren't out there. Thank you, Fern Michaels for an outstanding read, one I will read again and again.
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