A classic story of romance and deception from #1 "New York Times"-bestselling author Michaels is now beautifully repackaged.A classic story of romance and deception from #1 "New York Times"-bestselling author Michaels is now beautifully repackaged.Read Less
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Publishers Weekly, 1990-05-04 Taking up where g Sins of Omission left off, Michaels's latest domestic saga brings lifelong friends Reuben and Daniel and their women full circle as the tumult of World War II descends upon?pk on Europe. In most respects, the sequel is better than its precursor, largely because the story itself is more engaging. The bestselling author is as polished above as they come in making her settings work for her, and here she uses the drama of occupied France as a backdrop for some of the book's most compelling scenes. The panache of her prose helps mitigate the fact that the main characters are wooden, puppets motivated chiefly by their creator's insistence that they keep committing the same mistakes until they stumble upon a way to put things right, as when Daniel misjudges his daughter just as he previously did his wife. Michaels's creed also demands that the children inevitably repeat the sins of their parents--allowing her little choice but to pen another installment. (June) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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