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Teresa "Toots" Amelia Loudenberry is extending her stay in Charleston to help care for her ailing housekeeper, Bernice. Here in her beloved hometown, the air is rich with the scent of azaleas and honeysuckle and there's always a pitcher of sweet tea (or something a little stronger) close to hand. Not that the ladies have much time for relaxing. Ida's new line of cosmetics, "Seasoned," is about to launch, and Toots, Mavis, and Sophia are relishing their new careers as models. Most exciting of all, Toots's daughter, Abby, is getting married. Toots has her hands full, especially when Abby's criminal ex-boss resurfaces and the bride-to-be jeopardizes her big day in order to catch him. Toots is so busy taking care of the upcoming nuptials that she's blindsided by her own unexpected romance. After eight husbands, she's sworn never to get involved again. But every godmother, fairy or otherwise, loves a story that ends with happily-ever-after..
Publisher: New York : Kensington Pub. Corp., 2012
ISBN: 9780758278913
0758278918
Branch Call Number: eBook--Adult
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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LaughingOne Jul 02, 2013

I am not enjoying the Godmothers series nearly as much as I enjoy the Weekend Warriors series. Everything just works out too well. It's not very believable (though neither is the Weekend Warriors series); it's not as entertaining is the bottom line for me. I'm not going to read further in this series.

sablegirl Jul 25, 2012

I was so looking forward to this book as I read the first one and enjoyed it. I just couldn't get into this one. The "Godmothers" were constantly bickering, fighting, giving the finger to each other. It was hard to get interested in it. I marked completed because I returned it and did not read it. I was DONE with it. I probably won't read anymore of the "Godmother" series as I don't want to read about all the in fighting! I do love Fern Michaels and will continue to read her books.

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Jul 04, 2012

Absolute drivel! Was this self-published, I wonder? The characters are ridiculous -- i.e. wealthy, popular, raging libidos at age 80 along with fantastic careers and in general, acting more like 25-year-olds. So unrealistic! I believe a reader would gain more by reading the labels of household cleaners than this foolishness. And . . . yes, I do think I could write better. Anyone could.

plarocca54 Jul 01, 2012

Had trouble getting past the first few pages. I just cannot relate to the characters.

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jmdeinken
Jun 29, 2012

Love the Godmother series and this book did not disappoint!! The first few chapters, again, seemed to add only fluff with little substance. Overall, thoroughly enjoyed this read from Fern Michaels!!

debbi57 Jun 25, 2012

I love reading Fern Michaels books. I can hardly wait for a new one to be released.

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girlblues
May 07, 2012

I used to love reading Fern Michaels' books. However, of late her books are not on par with her usual style.

I think I will pass on the next one in this series as it is steadily going downhill. Not a good read

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