Fool Me Once by Fern Michaels

October 9, 2007 at 11:22 am | Posted in Fiction, Reviews | 1 Comment


Olivia Lowell believed her father when he said that her mother died in childbirth. That was until the shocking day, informed by a lawyer, that her mother had just passed away, leaving her a fortune.

However, it comes with a catch and a lot of heartache.
Olivia’s mother in a letter reveals that she and two college friends committed a bank robbery a long time ago, she now wants Olivia to track down her accomplices and convince then to come clean and give the money back.

Fulfilling her mothers request is not easy, nor is mending her relationship with her father. Although, there is the handsome lawyer to help her and her beloved dogs for companionship.
Fool Me Once is a great read for those who like chick lit.

Recommended by Gwen

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  1. Romantic, funny, sad and ultimately a great summer beach read. Light to pick up and quick to digest…..I’d recommend it to anyone who loves chick lit.
    Fiona


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