Book Reviews of Plain Jane

Plain Jane
Plain Jane
Author: Fern Michaels
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780821769270
ISBN-10: 0821769278
Publication Date: 1/2002
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 134 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
We start out with "Plain Jane" who wants to be like Connie the homecoming queen. Now Jane is lovely and confident and Connie is murdered. This is about Jane moving on but being tied to the past as well. It's Fern Michaels and you'll love it.
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Jane Lewis as a college student wanted to be the like homecoming queen Connie Bryan. But she was just Plain Jane-overweight, frumpy and painfully shy. Now Jane was a doctor, a successful psychotherapist with her own radio show.
Her current life and the past collide as she finds clues into the identity of Connie's attachers.
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Helpful Score: 1
Interesting but bogs down a little still all in all a good read.
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Helpful Score: 1
A typical good book by Fern Michaels. Couldn't put it down so I'm glad it wasn't a really big book. I recommend this book to all Fern Michaels readers.
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Helpful Score: 1
one of her better books
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Helpful Score: 1
Back in college, Jane Lewis would have given anything to be like homecoming queen Connie Bryan. Instead, she was just Plain Jane - overweight, frumpy, and painfully shy. That was then. Today a lovely and confident Dr. Jane Lewis has a thriving psychotherapy practice, her own radio show, a beautiful old house, and her affectionate dog, Olive, to keep her company.

Jane has never forgotten Michael Sorenson, the boy she'd admired from afar in college. Now, he's inspiring her to hope for a future together. She's also never forgotten the brutal, unsolved attack that ended Connie Bryan's life and haunts Jane still. Suddenly, the present collides with the past, as she finds clues into the identities of Connie's attackers - clues that send her into a world of risk and excitement, challenging her to become a truly extraordinary woman...if she dares.
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Helpful Score: 1
In collage she was Plane Jane.Today Dr. Jane Lewis has a thriving practice,a beautiful old mansion.Enters Michael Sorenson ,the boy from collage she has never forgotten.What will happen next?
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Wonderful story! Highly recommended!
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Back in college, Jane Lewis would have given anything to be like homecoming queen Connie Bryan. Instead, she was just Plain Jane - overweight, frumpy and painfully shy. That was then. Today, a lovely and confident Dr. Jane Lewis has a thriving psychotherapy practice, her own radio talk show, a beautiful old Louisiana mansion, and her affectionate, nutty dog, Olive, to keep her company. The only thing missing is someone to share her life.

Jane has never forgotten Michael Sorenson, the boy she had admired from afar in college. Now, he's inspiring her to hope for a future together. She's also never forgotten the brutal, unsolved attack that ended Connie Bryan's life - and that haunts her still. Suddenly, the present collides with the past, as Jane finds clues into the identities of Connie's attackers - clues that send her into a world of risk and excitement, challenging her to become a truly extraordinary woman . . . if she dares.
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Back in college, Jane Lewis would have given anything to be like homecoming queen Connie Bryan. Instead, she was just Plain Jane-overweight, frumpy, and painfully shy. That was then. Today, a lovely and confident Dr. Jane Lewis has a thriving psychotherapy practice, her own radio talk show, a beautifulold Louisiana mansion, and her affectionate, nutty dog, Olive, to keep her company. The only thing mission is someone to share her life. She's never forgotten the brutal, unsolved attack that ended Connie Bryan's life and haunts Jane still. Suddenly, the present collides with the past, as she finds clues into the identities of Connie's attackers.
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Good book and characters
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Back in college, Jane Lewis would have given anything to be like homecoming queen Connie Bryan. Instead, she was just plain Jane..overweight, frumpy, and painfully shy. That was then. Today a lovely and confident Dr Jane Lewis has a thriving psychotherapy practice, her own radio talk show, a beautiful old mansion and her dog, Olive to kkp her company. The only thing missing is someone to share her life.

Jane has never forgotten Michael Sorenson, the boy she'd admired from afar in college. Now he's inspiring her to hope for a future together. She's also never forgotten the brutal, unsolved attack that ended Connie Bryan's life--and haunts Jane still. Suddenly, the present collides with the past, as she finds clues into the identities of Connie's attackers-clues that send her into a world of risk and excitement.
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Back in college, Jane Lewis was a frumpy, shy, "plain jane". She often wished she was like homecoming queen-Connie Bryan. Except for the fact that Connie was brutally murdered. Today she is a confident psychotherapist still haunted by her schoolmate's murder. Suddenly her past and present collide and she finds clues into the identities of Connie's attackers. Does she dare continue down this path?
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New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels dishes up the fantasy of every awkward, spotty, nerdy young woman who dreams of one day becoming a beautiful swan. Jane Lewis's life is perfect. Isn't it? No longer the overweight, frumpy, painfully shy girl she once was, Jane has it made with a thriving psychiatric practice, a popular radio call-in show, and now the attentions of the hottest boy in high school who has since grown into one seriously seductive man. So what's wrong? Jane is haunted, unable to forget one horrific night in college when she was powerless to protect her friend. And now it appears that Jane's home is haunted, too--for real. Perennial favorite Fern Michaels takes readers for quite a ride with Plain Jane, a suspenseful romance featuring a retired police dog you can't help but love, a couple of crusty crime writers with no need for Viagra, a supportive and oh-so-sexy love interest, and a restless spirit with a need to put the past to rights. A winning combination indeed!
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Interesting turns to this plot. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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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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A tale of a ugly duckling who transforms herself into a successful career woman
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An book that will keep you interested until the last page
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Good book. I read it several times. :)
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Very good read; this writer is consistently good!
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Plain Jane went from frumpy college student to confident Dr. Jane Lewis.
She has never forgotten the brutal murder of the college homecoming queen and this haunts her still. Should she pursue this cold case? Into the mix comes Michael Sorenson, someone from her past who she admired then and admires her now. Will she be able to rise to these challenges and become the woman she always longed to be?
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Entertaining read!
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Great story, quick read.
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This book was much better than I expected. Hope you enjoy it also!
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Fern Michaels at her best !
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Back in college, Jane Lewis would have given anything to be like homecoming queen Connie Bryan. Instead, she was just Plain Jane-overweight, frumpy, and painfully shy. That was then. Today, a lovely and confident Dr. Jane Lewis has a thriving psychotherapy practice, her own radio talk show, a beautiful old Louisiana mansion, and her affectionate, nutty dog, Olive, to keep her company. The only thing missing is someone to share her life.
Jane has never forgotten Michael Sorenson, the boy she'd admired from afar in college. Now, he's inspiring her to hope for a future together. She's also never forgotten the brutal, unsolved attack that ended Connie Bryan's life-and haunts Jane still. Suddenly, the present collides with the past, as she finds clues into the identities of Connie's attackers-clues that send her into a world of risk and excitement, challenging her to become a truly extraordinary woman....if she dares.
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A "Plain Jane" from Louisiana has become a beautiful woman and wants to solve the murder of the homecoming queen that she admired in college..
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Haven't read one of her books I didn't like
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How a plain Jane-overweight, frumpy and shy-becomes a lovely and confident psychotherapist with her own radio talk show.
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Excellent book!!
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Contemporary romance. Very good
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Enjoyable reading.
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Back in college,Jane Lewis would have given anything to be like homescoming queen Connie Bryan. Instead, she was just plane Jane. Overweight,frumpy,and painfully shy. that was then. Today,a lovely and confident Dr.Jane Lewis has a thriving psychotherapy pratice,her own radio talk show,a beautiful old Louisiana mansion,and her affectionate,nutty dog,olive,to keep her company. The only thing missing is someone to share her life. Jane has forgotten Michael Sorenson, the boy she'd admired from afar in college.Now he's inspiring her to hoe for a future together.
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Awsome book