Up Close And Personal

Up Close And Personal

Book - 2007
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In Up Close and Personal, New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels creates one extraordinary family who shows us the power of the loves we find, the loves we lose, and the ones we carry with us always. . .

For generations, the Windsors have lived on the family's grand estate in Crestwood, South Carolina, as intertwined with local life as sweet tea and pecan pie. Now, on the anniversary of her daughter Emily's death, Sarabess Windsor believes she may be the last to carry the family name--unless she can find her second daughter, Trinity, who disappeared fifteen years ago. But the town has never forgotten her. . .especially not handsome lawyer Jake Forrest.

Trinity swore never to return to Crestwood. But some ties--to a place, to a past, to the people we once were and dreams we once had--can never be fully broken. And as family secrets are revealed, and desires old and new come to light, Trinity may discover the one thing she never expected to find in Crestwood: a place to call home at last.

"Tirelessly inventive and entertaining." -- Booklist

"Readers will root for the plucky heroine and her childhood friend Jake." -- Publishers Weekly
Publisher: New York : Kensington, c2007
ISBN: 9780821779569
9780758225061
9780758212719
Branch Call Number: MICHA
Characteristics: 309 p. ; 24 cm

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picturistic
Mar 06, 2012

Good story. Doesn't take long to read.

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Serener_11
Feb 25, 2012

This is a pretty good read. I found the ending to be perfectly satisfactory. Fern Michaels is usually bang on with her books and this one is worth it!

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