Always-fun-to-read Fern Michaels introduces a delightful new series. Having just buried her eighth loving husband, Teresa “Toots” Loudenberry is looking for a distraction. Why not use her vast wealth for something useful and rescue from ruin the local newspaper where her daughter is a journalist on the rise? But Toots doesn’t want Abby to think she’s meddling, even if she is.
Swinging into action behind the scenes, Toots soon uncovers a scandal involving Abby’s no-good boss. She knows cracking the case won’t be easy—nor will her efforts to play matchmaker for her daughter and a handsome young lawyer. For that Toots is relying on her childhood buddies Sophie, Mavis and Ida, devoted godmothers who want in on the scoop….
Hardcover Book : 288 pages
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp. ( August 25, 2009 )
Item #: 12-734944
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.69inches
Product Weight: 13.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Started out great. Good story. Loved all the ladies. Ending was very disappointing.
But wait, was
there actually an ending?
i enjoyed reading this. the ladies are crazy and funny. hoping to read next book. i also enjoyed the sisterhood. can't wait to read deja vu. keep up the good reading fern michales!
I thought the story was good and the characters good. I did not like the way things were said but never explained, example the one character poured Clorox over her hands and nothing more was said about it? I did not like the way it ended with a lot of lose ends. Even though it might be the first in a series when the second comes out it will probably be hard to get back in to the story line, or the first chapter will have to be all about the first book.
thought it was a fast quick read. Love the new Godmother series. Look forward to many more
Reviewer: Debbie W
I was a little disappointed with the book but felt that
a new series might be a little slow in starting out. It
didn't have the "zing" of the sisterhood series. I await
the next book in the series with the hope that it will be
as interesting as the sisterhood books. I like Fern
Michael's style of writing.
Reviewer: Eloise Y