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College senior Lily Madison is on her own and desperate to pay for her last semester of school. With nowhere to turn, she makes the difficult decision to donate her eggs to a fertility clinic. Sam Parker is also a penniless student who supplements his tuition money by visiting a sperm bank. One day, Lily and Sam meet at the clinic and talk about their secret. Despite their obvious attraction, Lily and Sam go their separate ways.

Now a wealthy entrepreneur, Sam never forgot Lily, and when he sees her in an airport one day, he falls for her all over again. But while they enjoy their unlikely reunion, a story on the news has them riveted. Two teenage boys are missing and their disappearance may be linked to the fertility clinic Sam and Lily visited in college. In a shocking twist, one of the boys looks exactly like Sam.

Lily and Sam are determined to find out what really went on at the clinic all those years ago, but the truth will be more than they bargained for. Together they discover that letting go of their past is the best way to build a future worth fighting for...

©2009 Fern Michaels (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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I have found a NEW Author I love!

I love Fern's Books and especially her choice in Narrators. Laural really knows how to make a story come to life!


Rhonda

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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  • SM
  • 06-24-10

not so much

I wasn't impressed. Sounded like a good story idea but I found it to be juvenile and not well done ... much of the dialog left me cringing and wondering why I was still listening.

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  • Helen
  • United States
  • 01-26-13

Very little sex

What did you love best about Mr. and Miss Anonymous?

The story line held your interest very well I like the idea of Fern Michaels books not having
a lot of sex, books are better with a good story line and no sex. I liked the idea that
Pete and Lilly wanted to look for their truth from younger days. I loved the idea of Josh
being able to confer with his friends from beyond.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Josh because he showed his strength

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Good story, poor writing

The premise and storyline were pretty good, but it wasn't written very well. I heard the phrase "every emotion in the book went through [his/her] [body/head/face etc]" more times than I care to remember. There was really only one detail that you couldn't figure out from the beginning of the book. Most annoying was when something would happen, and then we'd meet up with another character and give a complete retelling of the events, and then meet up with another character and retell everything yet again. I wish I could have liked this book because I really think the concept behind it was intriguing and really could have gone somewhere, but it wasn't written well enough that I'd recommend it to my friends.

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Did not finish it

What would have made Mr. and Miss Anonymous better?

The story failed to hold my interest, and the characters were not likable.

What didn’t you like about Laural Merlington’s performance?

Bases on this performance I will avoid this artist in the future. The speed with which she speaks is annoying, and her tone harsh.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful