Book Reviews of Happy Endings

Happy Endings
Happy Endings
Author: Katherine Stone
ISBN-13: 9780821748565
ISBN-10: 0821748564
Publication Date: 3/1/1995
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Kensington Pub Corp (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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In each of her bestselling novels--Illusions, Promises, Rainbows, Twins--Katherine Stone goes deep into the hearts and minds of her contemporary cha racters. Now she offers a brilliant novel of five people haunted by their tragic pasts, men and women whose lives touch and connect as they transform pain and heartache into Happy Endings.
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Raven-the lawyer. She makes multi-million dollar deals. Yet, she grew up as a vulnerable child who grew up in poverty and she can't forget that.Then she meets Nicholas Gault and startes believing in the power of love.
Holly-she carved out a new identity as a romance author...weaving tales of love and happiness while serching for her rainbow. It isn't till she leaves the wild of Alaska for Hollywood-and an explosive love affair with Jason Cole-and she embraces a futire with possibility...
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In each of her bestselling novels, Katherine Stone has taken her readers deep into the hearts andminds of contemporary men and women. Now, with HAPPY ENDINGS, she surpasses herself in a compelling, richly emotional tale of two women haunted by their pasts...two women whose lives touch and connect as they search for that happy ending...
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From Library Journal: "Raven Winter is the best entertainment attorney in the business. She is handling the reclusive, best-selling author Holly, who fears that Jason Cole, an Academy AwardR-winning filmmaker, is going to change the happy ending in the film version of her book. Nick is introduced to this group when Raven distractedly jogs in front of his nursery truck. Suffice it to say that these beings have much more than their share of talent, wealth, good looks, career success, and charm. Still, tortured and tormented by events from their past, Raven and Holly have not (yet) found that perfect mate. Strongly recommended for libraries with Sandra Brown or Danielle Steel fans." Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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I just finished this book yesterday and it was one of those that you can't put down. Raven is a wealthy and succesful entertainment lawyer who has searched for love and never came out ahead. Holly is a romance author who is hiding from reality. Nick is a single dad that is trying to protect his family and heart. Jason is a actor/director/producer who has bought the rights to one of Holly's books. Holly doesn't want him to change it even though he has a right to. They are all connected enough to maintain in the same story but it is like reading 2 or 3 different stories within one book. You would think it would be somewhat confusing trying to keep track of who is connected to who and how but in this book it flows so smoothly that you don't even really think about it. This book is a romance without all the explicit love scenes but it isn't just a romance it's about the characters finding themselves and helping each other.
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Though only two couples are detailed in the description of this book there are actually three couples chronicled.
This is one of the most poignant books I have read in a long time. A beautiful story.
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My wife got it because she thought it looked interesting, but she has too many books to read now and needs to get rid of some. She's never read it, but it sounds like a good read.
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Devotees of contemporary romance will find here a delightful read, courtesy of the author of Rainbows (LJ 11/15/91). Raven Winter is the best entertainment attorney in the business. She is handling the reclusive, best-selling author Holly, who fears that Jason Cole, an Academy AwardR-winning filmmaker, is going to change the happy ending in the film version of her book. Nick is introduced to this group when Raven distractedly jogs in front of his nursery truck. Suffice it to say that these beings have much more than their share of talent, wealth, good looks, career success, and charm. Still, tortured and tormented by events from their past, Raven and Holly have not (yet) found that perfect mate. Most romance readers expect a happy ending, but the pleasure comes in the journey to reach it, and Stone does not disappoint. Strongly recommended for libraries with Sandra Brown or Danielle Steel fans.