Book Reviews of Pot of Gold

Pot of Gold
Pot of Gold
Author: Judith Michael
ISBN-13: 9780671886295
ISBN-10: 0671886290
Publication Date: 8/1/1994
Pages: 544
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 35 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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JUDITH MICHAEL IS A GREAT AUTHOR. ALWAYS ENJOYED ALL OF HER BOOKS.
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Pretty interesting premise - hardworking mother's weekly splurge of hope - a single lottery ticket - wins big at $60 million. The book explores what money can - and cannot mean. It was fun following along with Claire and Emma as they go through some initial spending sprees, but ultimately more satisifying to see how Claire, and finally Emma, regain their balance and learn to build a real and meaningful life within the freedom money gives them.
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Money will change you and not all in the way you think. Read in one sitting. A page turner for sure!
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Engaging romance about a woman who rises from middle-class obscurity to wealth when she wins the lottery.
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a winner, I had to force myself not to jump ahead and read the ending
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Wonderful book. I couldn't put it down!!!
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Another very interesting Judith Michael novel. The blending of plot and characters is always top notch.
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On a beautiful spring day, a hard working single mothers secret fantasy came true..Claire Goddard won 60 million dollars in the lottery. Claire quit her job and indulged herself and her 17 year old daughter in the shopping spree of alifetime, together they bought a house, cars, gifts and designer clothers. Claire, who had thought herselft plain and dull was now superbly glamorous. Then on an Alaskan cruise, they met Quentin Eiger and his son Brix, two worldly men whose lives were enmeshed in sex drugs and a mystery that would soon entrap both Emma and Claire in its coils. As she watcher her daughter fall more deeply under Brix's control, Claire began to realize that she herself was being manipulated by the seductive Quentin. Suddenly exposed to the dark side of luxury, Claire risked losing all that mattered most to her. Now she had to fight for the one thing that money could nevery buy, her precious daughter.
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Razzle Dazzle, the protagonist in this tale wins the lottery. I would love to win 60 mil myself, but this story tells you otherwise.
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Lottery winner lets money and power go to her head. A good read.
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Very enertaining book. Definately worth reading.

Billy T.
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On a beautiful spring day, a hard-working single mother's secret fantasy came true...Clair Goddard won sixty million dollars in the lottery. Clair quit her job, and indulged herself and her seventeen-year-old daughter in the shopping spree of a lifetime; together, they bought a house, cars, gifts, and designer clothes. Claire, who had thought herself plain and dull, was now superbly glamorous. Then, on an Alaskan cruise, they met Quentin Eiger and his son, Brix-two worldly men whose lives were enmeshed in sex, drugs, the dazzle of the billion-dollar worlds of fashion and cosmetics, and a mystery that would soon entrap both Emma and Claire in its coils. As she watched her daughter fall more deeply under Brix's control, Claire began to realize that she herself was being manipulated by the seductive Quentin. Suddenly exposed to the dark side of luxury, Claire risked losing all that mattered most to her. Now she had to fight for the one thing money could never buy: her precious daughter's love...
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this is a HC book club edition