Beloved New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels sweeps readers from war-torn France to the dawn of Hollywood's golden age in this spellbinding novel of love and deception. . . When Reuben Tarz meets Marchioness Michelene Fonsard, known as Madame Mickey, he is a wounded American soldier desperate to escape the hell of the French trenches. Madame Mickey offers another option--for Reuben and his best friend, Daniel Bishop, to live at her lavish chateau, where she will help them heal in body and soul. Madame Mickey's sophistication captivates the ambitious Reuben, and their affair is as tender as it is sensual. Then Mickey's young niece, Bebe Rosen, arrives from California, scattering chaos in her wake. Bebe is instantly smitten with Reuben--and what Bebe wants, she gets. But every wish has consequences, and every sin has its price. And amid a tangle of seduction and betrayal, each will find a love powerful enough to change a life--or to destroy it. . . qWell-drawn characters. . .beautifully executed.q --Affaire de Coeur... and candied yams, white potatoes that are mashed, turnips that are also mashed, vegetables fresh from the root cellar ... I have secured some EchirAc butter, the best in the world, and you will make light fluffy dinner rolls that melt in the mouth.
|Title||:||Sins of Omission|
|Publisher||:||Zebra Books - 2010-08-01|