Book Reviews of Sins of the Flesh

Sins of the Flesh
Sins of the Flesh
Author: Fern Michaels
ISBN-13: 9780345341228
ISBN-10: 0345341228
Publication Date: 5/13/1990
Pages: 448
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 34 ratings
Publisher: Ivy Books
Book Type: Paperback
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i usually rate michaels a 10 on most of her books because they are
normally easy to get into and follow through. The back cover of this
one reads:
Reuben, Mickey, Bebe, Daniel. their lives were forever entwined by the events of world war one. Out of their savage passions, desperate deceoptions and unrequited love, a legacy was born. Now, twenty years later, their story continues. Once again, it will be Mickey who forges their destinies, with a desperate call on the eve of the Occupation, and the rescue of the unclaimed son who will send all their lives colliding. earl h., meldrim, ga.
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Reuben. Mickey. Bebe. Daniel. Thier lives were foever entwined by the events of WWI. Out o their savage passions, desperate deceptions, and unrequited love, a legacy was born. Now, twenty years later, their story continues. Once again, it will be Micky who forges their destinies, with a desperate call of the eve of the Occupation, and the rescue of the unclaimed son who will send all their lives colliding in...

Sins of the Flesh.

From the danger and intrigue of the French Resistance to the glitter and grandeur of Hollywood in the 1940's, here is a spellbinding saga that could only have been written by the bestselling authot of the Texas Rich trilogy.
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This is set in 1940's Hollywood. Strong characters and a very interesting book.
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Not a big fan of Fern Michaels contemporary romance, Love her historical romance
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I truly enjoyed the experience of a story being told about a family over the course of multiple generations. Fern Michaels sucks you in completely and spits you out understanding the world and people a little better. It would have gotten 5 stars but I did not read the first book "Sins of Ommision" and missed a tiny bit by reading out of order. That book is en-route to me.
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Loved it!