Books by Fern Michaels Fancy Dancer No Safe Secret Wishes for Christmas About Face Perfect Match A Family Affair Forget Me Not The Blossom Sisters. When Carol Ann “CJ” Jansen lost her beloved older brother, Kick, in a boating accident, she came adrift. Kick had taken on the role of caring for. After years of standing by their women, the Sisterhood's significant others have also become loyal friends. And now Jack Emery, Nikki's.

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Read Need to Know Online by Fern Michaels and Download Need to Know book in PDF Epub Mobi or site. FERN MICHAELS is the USA Today and New York Times bestselling author of the Sisterhood, Men of the Sisterhood and Godmothers series, as well as dozens . Fancy dancer [electronic resource (EPUB eBook)] / Fern Michaels. On his thirty- fifth birthday, Jake St. Cloud inherits a fortune?and learns the whereabouts of his .

Jack, Harry, and the rest of the crew must risk everything to remove the threat And while the men of the Sisterhood fight for justice, Cosmo is fighting for his life — and the stakes have never been higher.

Far and Away: All three of the Godmothers novellas together for the very first time! Yet ever since she and Goebel moved into their new home, Sophie has sensed something a little. Old houses often contain items left behind from previous owners, but what remains in this case is a painful secret.

Facing this past presents a special kind of challenge, but with her three extraordinary friends by her side, Sophie is ready to confront a terrible wrong that occurred within the house decades ago. And, just maybe, each of the lifelong friends will get the chance to claim a sweet, surprising future chiming with wedding bells when the task is done.

Sweet Vengeance Paperback April 30, Publisher: There, she begins to gather knowledge about her case. For the first time since her nightmare began, Tessa feels a sense of purpose in working to finally expose the truth and avenge her lost family.

One by one, the guilty will be led to justice, and Tessa can gain closure. But will she be able to learn the whole truth at last. Kick had taken on the role of caring for his little sister after their parents were killed in a car crash. Inheriting half his fortune has left CJ financially secure—yet needing a purpose. But suddenly, the career that anchors her life is threatened. CJ stumbles upon information that could implicate her boss in corruption.

Moving to a small New England town for her own protection, CJ gradually begins to engage with her new surroundings.

Her blossoming friendship with the owner of a charter fishing boat offers the promise of much more. But before she can claim happiness, CJ must navigate a course through all her doubts and fears, and trust that this time, the water that took so much from her might just lead her safely home.

Safe And Sound: Sisterhood 29 Paperback and ePub December 18, Publisher: Ben Ryan is eight years old, sweet, funny, and smarter than most adults—a child genius, in fact.

Ben is the grandson of millionaire Eleanor Lymen, who hired Izzy years ago to design an institute for gifted children. Connor and Natalie are constantly fighting. The second: Izzy, Annie, Myra, and the rest of the Sisters come together at Pinewood, thrilled to be united once more. Silver Bells For years, movie star Amy Lee wondered what it would be like to leave her shallow Hollywood life and go back home to Apple Valley, Pennsylvania.

This Christmas, she plans to find out. But when social worker Grace Landry stumbles into his log cabin during a snowstorm, an unexpected magic resites his heart, his hopes, and the sweetest of Christmas dreams. Holiday Magic Ski shop manager Stephanie Marshall is counting on a holiday bonus so she can put a down payment on a home for herself and her daughters.

Good thing his longtime friend, Bella, does.

Along the way they just might discover their own occasion to celebrate. Nursing a broken heart, the last thing she wants is a new romance. But Hudson Walker has other ideas. But her family in Puerto Rico expects her to take over the catering business. Holly and Ivy Paperback September 25, Publisher: The flames of memory always seem to glow a little brighter during the holidays.

That night was the going-away party for all the counselors. She'd lived through the sounds of them for twenty years, not that she knew what the noise was all about until she was twelve or so.

From that day on, her mother and the others in the little community made sure that all the young girls were inside, safely hidden away from the revelers, who too often tried to make their way to gawk at the strange hippies who lived here in the little community.

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But she was twenty now and not exactly a young girl who needed her mother's protection to keep her safe. As she walked along the path, a nymph in a free-flowing white-muslin gown, her feet bare, flowers in her hair, she knew she shouldn't be out here tonight-the night of the counselors' going-away party. But she had spent the entire day with her dying mother-combing her hair, crying, singing to her, crying, reading to her, crying some more.

Feeding her or trying to feed her, but her mother said it hurt too much to swallow. She'd asked for more pills, and the girl had given them to her, knowing it couldn't hurt. Not now.

It wouldn't be long now, another day or so, the doctor from the small town had said. She didn't want to think about that. Not now, not tonight. Tomorrow, she would think about it. Tonight, all she wanted to do was dip into her little pond and let her thoughts be washed away. She took off her gown, folded it neatly, and slid into the cool, bubbling springwater.

It felt delicious. She closed her eyes, but the blessed peace that she always felt here in her secret place eluded her.

She could hear the partying counselors laughing and bellowing to one another. College boys. Mostly rich college boys having a good time before they went back to their studies. She opened her eyes and looked up at the sky. It had turned orange from the bonfire that always signaled the closing of the camps. She hated the intrusion in the quiet life of the small community she and her mother were a part of. The stars seemed to be incredibly bright tonight, she thought-so many sparkling diamonds winking down on her.

There was a full moon, too. Her mother said bad things happened when the moon was full. She wasn't really sure if she believed that or not.

Her mother said a lot of things she wasn't sure about. When she was younger, she had believed everything. But as she got older, she had started to ask questions. Her mother always answered, but the answers weren't always to her liking.

Her thoughts turned sad.

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In a few days, her mother would be gone, and she would never hear her opinions again. She would miss her mother.

The woman had always been in her life, her rock. She'd had a father for only five days. At least he had lived to see her born before he passed away from some sickness whose name she couldn't even pronounce. Her mother said that he was a good man, a wonderful man, because he had provided for them and all hundred friends who still lived in the little community in the hills.

It would be her responsibility to take over the community once her mother was gone. She dreaded the day she had to put on her mother's robes.

Life was not going to give her any alternatives, so she had to step up and run the community.

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There was enough money in the bank, her mother had told her, because her father had been very, very rich. The property alone, she said, was worth many millions of dollars. The girl blinked. She'd been so lost in her thoughts she hadn't noticed that the bonfire was already dying down; the sky was now black, but it was still filled with blinking diamonds.

The full moon was the only light in the dark night. It was also quiet. Too quiet. She could hear the trees rustling, but not the crickets. And yet there was very little wind-actually, none at all, so how could the trees rustle? She felt her body go tense in the cool water.

There must be someone nearby; otherwise, the crickets would still be singing their evening song. She paddled to the edge of her private pond and got out. She stood still for a moment, a silhouette frozen in the moonlight as she listened for the sounds she'd heard earlier.

Hearing nothing, she bent over to pick up her white-muslin gown, which was as soft as a baby's cheeks from so many launderings. That's when she heard the voices. She wasn't sure exactly what a drunken voice sounded like, since there was no drinking alcohol in the community, but she assumed that was what she was hearing.

The remarks were crude and ugly. She wanted to run home, but her private path back to the house she shared with her mother was blocked by five men, who looked very young. They were obviously departing camp counselors. Four of them came at her then, all at once. Even in her panic, she could clearly see one young man back away. He was shouting something to his friends, but she couldn't hear what he was saying because the others were grabbing at her, touching her in places she wasn't supposed to be touched.

She cried out, asking them to stop. They just laughed at her feeble efforts to avoid them. She turned to the one young man standing alone, and cried out for him to help her.

He disappeared into the darkness, and she was left alone with the drunk men, who kept shouting gibberish as they threw her to the ground and attacked her, one after the other.

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Her last conscious thought before she slipped into a black void was that she had to remember the gibberish. The moon was low in the sky, which had to mean that several hours had passed since the attack. Her body hurt. She felt like she was bruised from head to toe. She wasn't sure if she could even stand, so she rolled her way down to her little private pool and into the cool water. She almost fainted at the shock to her body.You will have to file a police report.


The summer educational camps were closing for the season. You will have to file a police report. She could hear the trees rustling, but not the crickets. Sign in to Comment. But it is what it is.

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