June: A Novel
by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore
Hardcover- $7.95

From the New York Times bestselling author of Bittersweet comes a novel of suspense and passion about a terrible mistake made sixty ...

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  "disappointment" by ebach (see profile) 10/08/16

JUNE disappointed me.

A young woman, Cassie, lives alone since the death of her grandmother, June, in the big, old home that has been in her family for years. When Cassie is told that she has inherited millions of dollars from a dead movie idol, Jack Montgomery, the mysteries begin.

This book is two stories: Cassie’s is the present-day story, and the other, for the most part, is of June and Jack in 1955. Here is the first disappointment: we are to believe that Cassie dreams the story of June and Jack. Another thing: the house is alive and making Cassie dream these dreams. Really.

Both stories are hard to swallow, and each has a nice, neat conclusion.

 
  "Too long" by lpollinger (see profile) 03/24/17

The first 200 pages were completely boring and unbelievable. The story does pick up midway, but jumps back and forth in time which I do not like. Cassie is a twenty something and just lost her beloved grandmother. She leaves her life in NYC to go to the small Ohio town where she has inherited a falling down mansion. While there she is contacted by someone to inform her she has just inherited a large sum of money from a movie star. But first she must prove she is related to him. Thus her quest begins in finding out about her grandmothers past.

 
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