Book Reviews of The Future Scrolls

The Future Scrolls
The Future Scrolls
Author: Fern Michaels
ISBN-13: 9780821775868
ISBN-10: 0821775863
Publication Date: 9/1/2003
Pages: 288
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 103 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
A very easy read, not much substance, predictable outcome. Not one of Fern Michaels' best.
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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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Helpful Score: 1
To Manhattan editor Dani Arnold, it might have sounded like something out of a novel. But when she impulsively comes to the aid of a lost child, she finds herself plunged into a mystery more dangerous than anything on the city streets-with an enigmatic stranger who threatens everything she believes in...yet fascinates her in a way no other man ever has...

Dr. Alex Mendenares will do anything to keep his daughter safe. Anything except reveal the potentially devastatinly secret that has been guarded by his family for centuries. But he never bargained on meeting someone like Dani Arnold, who instantly captures his little girl's heart-and lights an unexpected spark in his own. Now, against the most deadly odds, Alex must place his trust in a woman he barely knows...but would like to know much better.
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To Manhattan editor Dani Arnold, it might have sounded like something out of a novel. But when she impulsively come to the aid of a lost child, she finds herself plunged into a mystery more dangerous than anything on the city streets--with an enigmatic stranger who threatens every thing she believes an ...yet fascinates her in a way no other man ever has...
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Two strangers thrown together in a desperate race to save a child
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Great book!
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Dani Arnold, the heroine of the book, is in her mid-twenties, an editor, and lives in New York City in an apartment with her cat Bismark. She meets a lost little 10-year-old girl, Maria Mendeneres, who was visiting from Argentina and was supposed to be met at the airport by her father. Dani takes her in while trying to track down the father, who eventually finds them.

Alex Mendeneres ends up asking Dani to take care of Maria for a little while because he has some dangerous business to attend to. His family has been guarding some religious scrolls for over 500 years and now his estranged wife has found where they were hidden at their hacienda in Argentina and smuggled them back to the United States. The Vatican is expecting these scrolls to be delivered to them by Mendeneres. A kidnapping attempt is made on Maria, as well as lots of intrigue, Dani's apartment is trashed, a murder, etc. Dani and Alex fall in love, though they can't be together because Alex is not divorced from his wife.

I had a hard time liking Dani. The author portrays her as this wise-cracking New Yorker, but sometimes she just seems like a jerk to me. And I didn't think the love affair between Dani and Alex was built up or developed that much. However, I really liked the relationship Dani had with little Maria. She was so loving and caring towards her and that part of the book came across very sincere and real for me. I also liked the plot and some of the other characters. All in all, I liked the book, though I did not love it.
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from back cover........
THE FUTURE SCROLLS
To Manhattan editor Dani Arnold, it might have sounded like something out of a novel. But when she comes to the aid of a lost child,she finds herself plunged into a mystery more dangerous than anything on the city streets-with an enigmatic stranger who threatens everything she believes in...yet fascinates her in a way no other man ever has...
Dr. Alex Mendenares will do anything to keep his daughter safe. Anything except reveal the potentially devastating secret that has been guarded by his family for centuries. But he never planned on meeting someone like Dani Arnold, who instantly captures his little girls heart and lights an unexpected spark in his own. Now, against the most deadly odds, Alex must place his trust in a woman he barely knows...but would like to know much better.....
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the compelling tale of two strangers thrown together in a desperate race to save an innocent child.
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A compelling tale of two strangers thrown together in a desperate race to save an innocent child ..... and find true love in the process. A fun read - fans of Fern Michaels have a treat in store.
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This is a great book by Fern Michaels. Enjoyed it a lot.
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a good romance brought together by a child.
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Fun, quick read.
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This is another Fern book that I was not crazy about. Easy quick read. Recommend other Fern books.
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Anything by Fern Michaels is excellent
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Not bad. For sure a Fern Michaels book.
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An editor Dani Arnold impulsively helps a lost child and is plunged into a mystery and danger.
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A lost child and a woman looking for a way to pull her life together come together to safeguard a collection of scrolls that contain prophecies for the future.
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Two strangers thrown together in a desperate race to save an innocent child
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Great reading
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To Manhattan editor Dani Arnold, it might have sounded like something out of a novel. But when she impulsively comes to the aid of a lost child, she finds herself plunged into a mystery more dangerous than anything on the city streets--with an enigmatic stranger who threatens everything she believes in...yet fascinates her in a way no other man ever has...

Dr. Alex Mendenares will do anything to keep his daughter safe. Anything except reveal the potentially devastating secret that has been guarded by his family for centuries. But he never bargained on meeting someone like Dani Arnold, who instantly captures his little girl's heart--and lights an unexpected spark in his own. Now, against the most deadly odds, Alex must place his trust in a woman he barely knows...but would like to know much better...
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From the back cover:
To Manhattan editor Dani Arnold, it might have sounded like something out of a novel. But when she impulsively comes to the aid of a lost child, she finds herself plunged into a mystery more dangerous than anything on the city streets---with an enigmatic stranger who threatens everything she believes in...yet fascinates her in a way no other man ever has...Dr. Alex Mendenares will do anything to keep his daughter safe. Anything except reveal the potentially devasting secret that has been guarded by his family for centuries. But he never bargained on meeting someone like Dani Arnold, who instantly captures his little girl's heart...and lights an unexpected spark in his own. Now, against the most deadly odds, Alex must place his trust in a woman he barely knows...but would like to know much better...
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Dr. Alex Mendares will do anything to keep his young daughter safe. Anything but reveal the secret that has been guarded by his family for years.
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Very enjoyable read.
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A story based on Manhattan editor Dani Arnold....a fun read..good beach book
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great book!!
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Another great Fern Michaels' book! Hard to put down and fun to read.
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Another great book from Ferm Michaels
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Two stranger thrown together to save the life of a child...romance, mystery and a great read.
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good book.