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ISBN:1441884416
Author: Joyce Bean,Fern Michaels
ISBN13: 978-1441884411
Title: Sins of Omission
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Language: English
Category: Historical
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (August 3, 2010)

Sins of Omission by Joyce Bean,Fern Michaels



Beloved New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels sweeps listeners 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. What a wonderful find. Glad I had a cold weekend with nothing to do, because I started book one Sins of Omission on Friday, and Finished book two Sins of the Flesh this AM. The last 1/3 of Sins of the Flesh had me in tears. Starts in WWI France, wanders to Hollywood then back to France.

Written by Fern Michaels. Narrated by Joyce Bean. Beloved New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels sweeps listeners 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.

Joyce Bean's reading of Sins of Omission by Fern Michaels's is rated 74 out of a possible 100 points. Fern Michaels has published 158 audiobooks, including Sins of Omission. The average audio book written by Fern Michaels is 519 minutes long. That makes this author's books about 46% longer than the average length. That makes them about 13% more expensive than the average price. Brilliance Audio has published 8036 audio CD books, including Sins of Omission.

Written By: Fern Michaels. Narrated By: Joyce Bean. Publisher: Brilliance Audio. Duration: 11 hours 44 minutes. Summary: 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.

Written by Fern Michaels Format: MP3 Unabridged. It is the end of World War I. American soldiers Reuben Tarz and Daniel Bishop have both been wounded fighting in the trenches in France. But then the beautiful and sensual Marchioness Michelene Fonsard spirits them from the hospital to her lavish French chateau, opening the door to Reuben’s dreams of wealth and power  . This is a Multifile Torrent. Sins of Omission-Ch37. mp3 2. 6 MBs. Sins of Omission-Ch27. mp3 1. 5 MBs. Sins of Omission-Ch12. 9 MBs. Sins of Omission-Ch14. 7 MBs. Sins of Omission-Ch26. 4 MBs. Sins of Omission-Ch18.

Sins Of Omission (1989). About book: Well written but I has some serious problems with the logic of this book

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. It was a little slower reading than expected.

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. Madame Mickey's sophistication captivates the ambitious Reuben, and their affair.

View More by This Author. This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device. 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

Beloved New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels sweeps listeners 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.…

Reviews: 7
Lanionge
This book started out a little slow, but was harder to put down as I got into it. It was about the life and loves of 2-3 people starting in 1917. I did not know this was a historical novel when I bought it, as I'm not fond of them. However, this seemed more contemporary to me. It starts out during the war in France, but thankfully there isn't much about the war in it. It is mostly a love story between an older woman and a younger man, and how a nasty/mean/conniving teen girl plots to keep them apart. It was an excellent story in 3 segments (different years). Fern really makes her characters come alive with all her details. This is a long book so you aren't likely to read it in one day.

The negatives - There wasn't much historical correctness in this book. The author didn't do enough research about life and conveniences in that era, in my opinion. She used the word 'beatific' a couple of times, which is barely acceptable now, let alone in 1918. Also I was disappointed in the ending. The characters never did learn everything that was being withheld from them. So as soon as I finished it, I had to download the sequel "Sins of the Flesh". A good read, tho.
Swordsong
What a wonderful find. Glad I had a cold weekend with nothing to do, because I started book one Sins of Omission on Friday, and Finished book two Sins of the Flesh this AM. The last 1/3 of Sins of the Flesh had me in tears.

Starts in WWI France, wanders to Hollywood then back to France. This takes place through the 20's. Sins of the Flesh starts where the first leaves off, and goes through WWII. The description of the Resistance Fighters and what they went through brought me to tears more than once.

War, Hollywood's early years, Love, Dissappointment, a drug addict in the family, then on to WWII, finding old loves, a daring rescue or two.

Was very surprised, especially after being disappointed in the last of the sisterhood, and the new Godmothers
Goltizuru
This book was so well written and told the story of two soldiers in World War I who were gassed and in hospital when they met a wonderful and generous French noblewoman who took them into her chateau and cared for them until they were well. In the process, she fell deeply in love with one of them. The soldiers returned to the United States after their stay in France and the story goes on to tell their story. It was so exciting and interesting that I had to buy the sequel that I'm now reading.

It's very entertaining and contains a lot of information about France and its wines, and Hollywood in the early days. It's a most enjoyable read, especially on a dreary day, sitting by the fire and sipping a cup of tea. Try it, you'll like it!
Goltigor
I am hooked on all of Fern Michaels books. This book was exceptional, she is so spot on with details, history, and much more. I highly recommend adding this to your wish list and better yet start reading immediately. I guarantee you will lose sleep and not be disappointed. Just another great book by Fern Michaels.
GODMAX
Had a little trouble getting into the book because I am not a person who like to read war books and things of that nature. And this book starts out with the war going on in France. But once I got a passed that stage in the book the book took off for me and I was interested in the book. So I am looking forward to reading Sins of Flesh with is the last book in this series
lets go baby
I was shocked when Rosemary died. Plus shocked again when Bebe accepted the baby as her own. A very good book that shows how far a person will go for love.
Orevise
This was a very LOOOOOONG and boring soap opera with too much emotional personal drama. It was a very frustrating read.
This was the best book I've read in some time. The story line was excellent, even though things did not go as I would have liked, but that's what made it soooooooo good. I'm reading Sins of the Flesh now and I know it will be just as good.