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Finders Keepers
Finders Keepers
Author: Fern Michaels
ISBN-13: 9780821773642
ISBN-10: 082177364X
Publication Date: 4/1/2002
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Jessie Roland always knew that her feelings for her parents--dislike and disgust for her mother, less than love for her father--were anything but what a child should feel, especially for the parents that had given her a privileged childhood filled with private schooling, lavish vacations, and any gift that her heart desired. But try as she might, something always kept her from truly loving the Rolands. Strange dreams of a yellow dog and a stroller hinted at the truth, but Jessie couldn't recall the fateful day when Thea and Barnes Roland had stolen her from her stroller, leaving her pet retriever Jelly to chase after their car for miles, only to return to Jessie's stunned parents without the golden-haired little girl. Now a woman, and armed with a sizeable trust fund, Jessie moves far away from her parents to start a new life in Washington, D.C., where a new job, new apartment, and a new man awaits her. Tanner Kingsley is handsome, charming, and hiding something. Jessie's involvement with him will lead to happiness, heartache, and the full realization of her hidden past--a past she must come to terms with before she can find true peace.
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I Love Fern Michaels.. I've read all her books and this one was definitely great..
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This book was so interesting from the beginning and sad from the start. It has a terrific story line and slyly plotted. While your reading this you'll feel sadness along with happiness. Definitely a novel with a lot of mixed emotions and an excellent must buy must read !!
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Can't remember the last time I enjoyed a book so much. Highly recommend!!
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A fascinating story about a girl who breaks free from her rich and controlling parents and starts on her own path. A great read.
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i have never read any thing like this one it was out of this world
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Great read!
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I really enjoy Fern Michaels books. This book I read in one sitting.
I just couldn't put it down.
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I love all of Fern Michaels books. I rate my books 1-5 with 5 being top. Almost all her books are 5's. Wonderful story.
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This book was so interesting from the beginning and sad from the start. It has a terrific story line and slyly plotted. While your reading this you'll feel sadness along with happiness. Definitely a novel with a lot of mixed emotions and an excellent must buy must read !!
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Kidnapped as a baby & then the victim of an overbearing, over-protective, domineering mother, Jessie must persist in order to survive--but will she prevail? Jessie survives & eventually manages to prevail--but not without her share of bumps & bruises--& also some rather unsettling events along the way.
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Verey Good Book. Enjoyed it!
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Great story of true friendship...
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A terrific beach book
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by NY Times best selling author - a story of an unforgettable young woman wo was stolen as a toddler from a poor byt loving famiy, and who must journey through a maze of heartbreak before she can reclaim her true identity.
A terrific book.
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I absolutely loved this book! I really got into it. Unfortunately it has so many skips in it, I had to miss a lot of the parts. I couldn't find another copy, so I just tortured myself through the skipping parts and finally got past them. This book is NOT going on my bookshelf, but it does get my excellent review!
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Jessie Roland always knew that her feelings for her parents--dislike and disgust for her mother, less than love for her father--were anything but what a child should feel, especially for the parents that had given her a privileged childhood filled with private schooling, lavish vacations, and any gift that her heart desired. But try as she might, something always kept her from truly loving the Rolands. Strange dreams of a yellow dog and a stroller hinted at the truth, but Jessie couldn't recall the fateful day when Thea and Barnes Roland had stolen her from her stroller, leaving her pet retriever Jelly to chase after their car for miles, only to return to Jessie's stunned parents without the golden-haired little girl. Now a woman, and armed with a sizeable trust fund, Jessie moves far away from her parents to start a new life in Washington, D.C., where a new job, new apartment, and a new man awaits her. Tanner Kingsley is handsome, charming, and hiding something. Jessie's involvement with him will lead to happiness, heartache, and the full realization of her hidden past--a past she must come to terms with before she can find true peace.

Always enjoy reading anything by Fern Michaels and this was no exception. Kept me at it until the end. Good thing I don't have a family to cook for.
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Jessie Roland always knew that her feelings for her parents--dislike and disgust for her mother, less than love for her father--were anything but what a child should feel, especially for the parents that had given her a privileged childhood filled with private schooling, lavish vacations, and any gift that her heart desired. But try as she might, something always kept her from truly loving the Rolands. Strange dreams of a yellow dog and a stroller hinted at the truth, but Jessie couldn't recall the fateful day when Thea and Barnes Roland had stolen her from her stroller, leaving her pet retriever Jelly to chase after their car for miles, only to return to Jessie's stunned parents without the golden-haired little girl. Now a woman, and armed with a sizeable trust fund, Jessie moves far away from her parents to start a new life in Washington, D.C., where a new job, new apartment, and a new man awaits her. Tanner Kingsley is handsome, charming, and hiding something. Jessie's involvement with him will lead to happiness, heartache, and the full realization of her hidden past--a past she must come to terms with before she can find true peace.
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I was given this book by a friend who loves Fern Michaels.
I have read other books by her but not this one.
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I have not read this book. It was given to me by a friend.