Pretty Woman: A Novel

Written by:
Fern Michaels
Narrated by:
Laural Merlington

Abridged Audiobook

Release Date
April 2005
4 hours 11 minutes
In Fern Michaels's extraordinary, inspiring New York Times bestseller, an overweight woman sets out to improve her life by losing fifty-five pounds—and ends up changing much more than her dress size!

Rosie Gardener fell under the spell of handsome Kent Bliss, and not even her best friend Vickie could persuade her that her fiancé was a two-timing cad. Now it's her third wedding anniversary, and Rosie, fed up with Kent's mistreatment, realizes her estranged best friend was right. But the day after kicking Kent out and beginning a diet and exercise regime, Rosie experiences another life-changing event: she wins $302 million in the Wonderball lottery. Now with Kent lurking in the shadows to claim a share of her money, Rosie needs her friends more than ever. As she works out under the eye of sexy personal trainer Jack Silver, a stronger new Rosie emerges—a woman who wants to learn to trust love once again. Can she keep her vow not to be stopped by Kent's bitterness and her own self-doubts and jump into life with a passion she didn't know she possessed?
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Susan Hammer

Great story fun to listen to, and the good for the romantic

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Danielle Cadeau

Boring, nothing exciting at ALL. Easy to listen to with the narrator but just not appealing.

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I enjoyed the story and characters. It was easy to listen to the soft southern accent of the narrator.

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Elaine J.

Dumb. Cheesy. Dialogue made me cringe. Probably won't rent any more from this author.

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I couldn't wait to get to the next tape. Very enjoyable!!!

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Marlene Alhandy

Mindless. Nothing new and nothing different, predictable.

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It was a very interesting story, I enjoyed listening to it. But not all woman have a forgiving nature like Rosie which made the story ending just too unbelievable.

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A really sweet listen. Good character development and a really pleasant change from the typical "helpless woman romance". The romance is there and it is charming, but I thought it was terrific to see the main character take a good hard look at her life and make the unbelievably hard decision to change it for the better knowing how difficult it would be. And to be successful! Enjoy the listen.

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I really liked this book. All the characters in this story grew. None of them were the same when the book ended.

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Really enjoyed this one, couldn't wait to listen to hear what would happen next.

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Wendy, New Brunswick

The story was good, although I'm not sure why so much time was spent developing the characters at the beginning of the book, and then having them barely mentioned througout the remainder. Also... the voices of everyone, other than the main character, were incredibly annoying. It was like the male characters had no personality.

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