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  • PDF | Unknown pages
  • Ivy Books/ (October 31, 1994)
  • English
  • 3
  • Literature & Fiction

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  • By Robin O. Harris on May 10, 2016

    Being a Fern Michael's fan from way back, I looked forward to reading this novel only to find myself disappointed. This book, while interesting, lacks the quick-moving snappy writing style of her later works, such as the Sisterhood Series. There are problems with the flow from one "scene" to the next or one character's dialogue to the next; there are contradictions within the text that should have been caught in editing. I was not at all surprised to learn that this is actually one of her earliest novels reissued. Boy! How far Michaels has come in mastering her craft from those early days! I would just hate for this to be a reader's first foray into Fern Michael's writing; she is sooooooo much better than this book would indicate!

  • By Kindle Customer on March 11, 2015

    Normally fern Michel s write a decent story,this is not one of them,constantly portraying woman as victims and not getting them out of these situations is ridiculous. The main character is such a glutton for punishment, and let's people continue to walk over her, had to force myself to skim through to the end. Think before you buy. Beginning is only good part

  • By Sage on December 12, 2015

    What a long, long book- I almost quit reading before I was 25% into it. I usually finish every book I start and this was no exception. I did not like Spring, or most of Summer, but by the time I reached Autumn the book had improved. I thought all of the characters were a little off, especially her father and sisters. Ruby was a strong character, but I didn't really like her until the end- and that seemed to be where she started liking herself. I'm glad I finished it.

  • By Kindle Customer on May 14, 2017

    I so wanted to love this book, but each time Ruby, Andrew, the sisters, etc did something stupid I wondered why I was still reading this book. I usually enjoy Fern Michael's and the premise of the seasons of life is interesting but she missed the mark with this book. Don't waste your time

  • By Kindle Customer on June 25, 2016

    I enjoyed the story very much. I could have done without the "F" word. I always wonder why authors feel they have to throw that in a few times when the book was otherwise very enjoyable! I will hesitate to order her books in the future!

  • By Helen Tesoriero on May 12, 2017

    Ruby proves when you hit bottom there's only one place to go Up! Her friendships are the same as what I have experienced in my life, I found this story, a fast read, Couldn't wait to see how it ended and then when it was finished, I was sorry to let go.

  • By DEJOHN030 on September 3, 2017

    Every time I started to get into this story, like it's main character, I was left disappointed. Perhaps I expected too much but this book is mired in misery. That the heroine never finds true joy in anything is sad. The message seemed to be to expect less and be content with crumbs of affection while consistently putting yourself on the line for others. Every relationship was toxic. Just bleh

  • By Jubare on December 13, 2015

    And I always say, "I think this one is the best"!This one feels like it was written , almost , about me!Maybe a lot of us feel like our lives are like the seasons. And some seasons are better than others.But one thing is for sure, we can't ever have the chance to go back and have a do-over! That's probably just as well. We'd more than likely do it the same way.One of my favorite parts about this book is when Andrew tells Ruby that she's always expected too much from people, just like she expects too much from herself! Wow, that hit home. No one is going to be without faults, and neither will we. We expect people to forgive us of our faults, and yet do we forgive them, too?I know you'll love this book!!!

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