Book Reviews of The Delta Ladies

The Delta Ladies
The Delta Ladies
Author: Fern Michaels
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780671799175
ISBN-10: 0671799177
Publication Date: 3/1/1995
Pages: 336
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 82 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
This book was down right stupid. The characters are undeveloped and unbelieveable, the story lines are lame and depressing. If it hadn't been the only book I had with me on a car trip, I wouldn't have bothered finishing it. I'm just glad I had borrowed the book and didn't waste my money on it. It's going to be a long while before I pick up another Fern book.
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Helpful Score: 1
I don't even know why Fern Michaels wrote this book...can't really think of why I finished the book- except I hate to leave a book unfinished. Bleh!
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I didn't make it very far into this book because I didn't like any of the characters as they were introduced.
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Wonderful book. I love all of Fern Michaels books. She has a special way of telling a story so you believe your there. 1-5 I give this book a 5.
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Cader Harris shook the dust of Hayden, Louisiana, from his feet eighteen years ago, aided by his football prowess, his movie-star good looks -- and most of all by a handsome payoff from Foster Doyle Hayden, who thought that Cader wasn't good enough for his daughter, Irene. Cader enjoyed a prosperous career, and more than his share of beautiful women. Now, with his fortunes running low, Cader has come home for a last chance at the big time...and much more.

When Irene Hayden married someone else and too few months later gave birth to a boy, Cader was shocked. He kept to his side of the bargain...until a secret deal with Delta Oil gave him an excuse to see his son and the golden, tempestuous woman he should have claimed long ago.

But before Irene there was Sunday Waters, a girl who, like Cader, came from the wrong side of the tracks. Sunny gave herself to him heart and soul, and they shared a white-hot passion. Then Irene Hayden snapped her fingers and Cader went running. Now Cader will discover how much can change when girls become women...and that sometimes a banked fire can reignite to blaze hotter than before...
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These ladies are a force not to be recokened with
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Cader Harris shook the dust of Hayden, Louisiana, from his feet eithteen years ago, aided by his football prowess, his movie-star good looks-and most of all by a handsome payoff from Foster Doyle Hayden, who thought that Cader wasn't good enough for his daughter.Irene. Cader enjoyed a prosperous career and more than his share of beautiful women. Now, with his finances running low, Cader has come home for a last chance at the big time..and much more . When Irene Hayden married someone else and too few months later gace birth to a boy, Cader was shocked. He kept to his side of the bargain...until a secret deal with Delta Oil gave him an excuse to see his son and the golden, tempestuous woman he should have claimed long ago. But before Irene there was Sunday Waters, a girl, who like Cader came from the wrong isde of the tracks. Sunny gave herself to him heart and soul and they shared a white hot passion. Then Irene snapped her fingers and Cader went running. now Cader will discover how much can change when girls become women....and that sometimes a banked fire can reignite to blaze hotter than before
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Cade Harris shook the dust of Hayden, Louisiana, off his feet eighteen years ago, aided by his football prowess, his movie-star looks-and most of all by a handsome payoff from Foster Doyle Hayden, who thought that Cade wasn't good enough for his daughter, Irene. Cade enjoyed a prosperous career, and more than his share of beautiful women. Now, his fortunes running low, Cade is coming home for his last chance at the big time...and so much more.

When Irene Hayden married someone else, and, too few months later, gave birth to a boy, Cade was shocked. Yet he kept to his side of the bargain until a secret deal with Delta Oil gave him the excuse to see his son and the golden, tempestuous woman he should have claimed long ago.

But before Irene there was Sunny Waters, a girl who like Cade, came from the wrong side of the tracks. Sunny gave herself to him, heart and soul, and they shared a pure, white-hot passion. Then Irene Hayden snapped her fingers and Cade went running. Now Cade will discover how much can change when girls become women...and that sometimes a banked fire may be reignited, to blaze hotter than before...
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Cader Harris returns to his hometown of Hayden, Louisiana, with the big time behind him and his fortunes depleted. The time has come for him to face the mistakes of his past and the tempestuous women who still hold his heart: Irene Hayden, whose father paid Cader to vanish from town some eighteen years ago... and Sunday Waters, the soul mate with whom he once shared a white-hot connection. Now, under a sizzling Southern sun, Cader will discover how much can change when youthful desire reignites as a blazing passion too hot to handle.
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From the author of the sizzling "Texas" novels.