Rachel F. (rachelmarie) reviewed Fine Things on
I sniffled through this book. =0) Worth the read.
Patti E. reviewed Fine Things on + 13 more book reviews
I read this book quite some time ago but remember it to have some very sad parts. The inside cover says this 'Fine Things is a tale of survival, drama, and powerful caring... It is a tale of loss, survival, adn the price we sometimes pay for loving.'
Audrey A. (Arosea) reviewed Fine Things on + 323 more book reviews
As college ends for Bernie, he thinks he is ready to become a teacher in a private school, but he needed to get a master's degree. Meanwhile, he takes a job at a clothing store. His ideas catch the eye of the manager and his life is transformed. His rise in the clothing industry is beyond recognition. He deals with marriage, the death of a wife, taking care of children, and meeting a lady he falls in love with. Many emotions are brought to you in this book.
Shani B. reviewed Fine Things on + 2 more book reviews
I have read this book twice and both times it had me in tears. I think that it is a very good book and Danielle Steel is a very talented writer.
Michele H. (MicheleLee) reviewed Fine Things on + 80 more book reviews
This is one of the finest books that I have ever read! Bernie Fine is the kinda person you root for! I could not put this book down, I just had to keep reading about Bernie and see what happens next in his lfe! It's a must read!
Nancy C. reviewed Fine Things on + 24 more book reviews
Story of how a man's life is turned topsy turvey by fate, and how he deals with facing life without the woman he loves, while remaining strong for his children
RUTH H. (txladyrah) reviewed Fine Things on + 180 more book reviews
A book of men and women swept up in bewidering changes and seeking solutions to problems never faced before.
Teresa S. reviewed Fine Things on + 69 more book reviews
the story of a man whose life is turned topsy-turvy by one of fate\'s sharp turns,and he must suddenly face life without the woman he loves, while remaining strong for his children.
Tammy G. reviewed Fine Things on + 4 more book reviews
Internationally renowned novelist Danielle Steel, continues to surpass her previous triumphs with Fine Things, her 17th consecutive best seller. Fine Things is a very different book for Danielle Steel; it's setting is contemporary, its central character a man we come to know and love as she tells his story. (as per inside of book) I loved this book. It was a book that I couldn't put down. Very very touching story.
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the story of a man whose life is turned topsy-turvy by one of fate's sharp turns,and he must suddenly face life without the woman he loves, while remaining strong for his children. Beautiful and sad love story by the best romance author around. You just can not put the book down once you start it.