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Texas Sunrise (Texas Series) Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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From Publishers Weekly
The final installment (after Texas Fury ) in Michaels's series about the Coleman clan and its aeronautics and fashion empires opens with family matriarch Billie Coleman Kingsley receiving bad medical news. Meanwhile, Billie's daughter Maggie is ruining her marriage with her total devotion to her husband; another daughter, embittered and weak Susan, searches desperately for love; Maggie's son, Cole, questions his ability to lead his father-in-law's business, while his sister Sawyer forces him to confront the ghosts that haunt him. Through such family crises as death, divorce, birth and tragic accidents, staged in locales ranging from Texas to Japan to Hawaii, the family members struggle to cope with Billie's impending death and to understand her lessons about family, power and love. Readers who are new to the series may have trouble understanding how the characters are linked and why they act as they do, but already indoctrinated fans will find that Michaels provides a satisfying, though somewhat perfunctory, sense of closure.
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.
“A SEQUEL WITHOUT EQUAL . . . A stunning and emotional conclusion to the story of a family that readers have come to care for and love.”
—Los Angeles Daily News --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.
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I will say that this is not a fast read. The books are long and the story bogs down from time to time, but the characters are so engaging, I want to find out what happens next. Again, I am blaming the editor, because I have not had this experience with other Fern Michaels books, which are usually very fast paced.
I kept waiting for Billie to grow up get a backbone and then leave those three scheeming idiots behind, but that wasn't to be. Well it was, but it was a little too late. I just couldn't understand why someone would stay like she did, especially after they had all proved time after time that they couldn't be trusted. And how could Thad ( A man who had professed to love her since the first day they laid eyes on each other) stand by and do nothing? I know he was Moss's friend, but when you love someone....aren't you supposed to try to protect them from heartbreak? I wanted to slap her mother and Moss so many times for playing the power game that cost Billie big time. And Seth? He was the worst of them all. No one should have that much power over so many peoples lives.
And even though this book pulled me in and wouldn't let go.....I don't think I'll be reading the next few books, because this one really depressed me to no end. I read for entertainment and enjoyment, and this one was way too depressing for my tastes.