Sea Gypsy

Cathy Bissette thought she had left it all behind her job, New York and her broken heart for a quiet three month vacation at home on the coast of North Carolina But the moment Jared Parsons sailed the lavish Sea Gypsy into Pamlico Sound she knew her quiet refuge was ruined She wasn t sure what bothered her about this stranger his arrogant attitude or the paCathy Bissette thought she had left it all behind her job, New York and her broken heart for a quiet three month vacation at home on the coast of North Carolina But the moment Jared Parsons sailed the lavish Sea Gypsy into Pamlico Sound she knew her quiet refuge was ruined She wasn t sure what bothered her about this stranger his arrogant attitude or the passions he inspired Was Cathy running away again Or heading into the arms of a man she hated to love
Sea Gypsy Cathy Bissette thought she had left it all behind her job New York and her broken heart for a quiet three month vacation at home on the coast of North Carolina But the moment Jared Parsons sailed the

  • Title: Sea Gypsy
  • Author: Fern Michaels
  • ISBN: 9780373771479
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Sea Gypsy”

    1. This book was so terrible! I only read it because I didn't have time to go to the library today. there is practically no plot, the characters don't talk to each other, the heroine acts like a spoiled 2 year old The story had so many holes in it I wanted to rip my hair out. I felt like I should be in 4th grade reading this book! Seriously! The writng was completely disjointed. This book reminds me of why I stopped reading romance for a long time. I don't think I want to read another Fern Michaels [...]

    2. That second to the last question in the synopsis was one I wanted to answer with the statement: "Please, run far and run fast!", repeatedly throughout Sea Gypsy. I'll ask again, what was with 80s romances? If that is really the way that men treated women in 1980, I am so glad I was not an adult around then. Did romance readers really go for this type if neanderthal jerk of a man?I really can't recommend this early romance by Ms. Michaels. I didn't see where they fell in love with each other. Jar [...]

    3. I just didn't feel a connection between the two characters. The guy was such a jerk, I don't understand why she even fell for him in the first place. I didn't know he was going to be the son, but him being the author was predictable.

    4. I hadn't read a Fern Michael's Book in a long time. I really enjoyed this book! Will definitely be looking for more of her books.

    5. I liked the premise of the book, but I really got angry at the principal male and female. I felt I was reading a book that had early stereotypes---the girl-woman who allowed herself to be bullied by the male and any other man in her "life," and the big, domineering male. A female who fights what is very much juvenile feelings--does he loves me? Oh, no! He is in love with his "secretary!" Oh, woe is me!But I really liked the premise: an author who sees the signs of plagiarism in the recent works [...]

    6. At first sight Cathy is attracted to Jared. Jared sails in to Cathy's life on his yatch, but the way he tries to buy people and the presence of his live in secretary, who just happens to be gorgeous, makes Cathy feel jealous and insecure. She finds Jared arrogant, conceited and a male chauvinist. I just never seemed to commit to their relationship. One moment Cathy hates Jared and then she realizes she's in love. How? Their feelings, aside from their dislike for each other, was not expressed un [...]

    7. New York City girl works as an editor for a big publisher. Goes to visit father in North Carolina's beach country. They have a little boat, but a big boat comes to the neighborhood with snooty owner and snootier bimbo aboard. Fireworks happen, both to celebrate the Fourth of July and also to fuss over boats and the big regata. Embarrassing things happen and you say to yourself, "What was she thinking!" But if there wasn't a conflict, you wouldn't have a good story, now, would you? Plus, this boo [...]

    8. This story is of a relationship between rich boy Jared Parsons and New York Editor Cathy Bissette. Cathy had come home for a 3 month break to Swan Quarter, North Carolina after a relationship breakdown. Jared had come to ask her father Lucas if he could fix his broken down yacht.The blurb of the book read fine but the book did not live up to expectations. There was not enough depth in any of the characters and I think more time should have been spent on the ending.

    9. This book was awful!! I only finished it because I didn't have anything else to read while I waited for my appointments. The characters are shallow, bratty, and not at all believable. There is no mystery to the plot, you can figure out the ending pretty much from the start. The writing is at a 3rd grade level. Don't waste your time.

    10. Fern Michael's books take you to a place far away from the second u crack the cover open. This book, in particular, paints a picture so vivid that only an idiot could not see every detail of Michael's world. Sea Gypsy is a perfect tale of love and finding the answers that we so crave to the mysteries that surround us. Truly an amazing and fast pased read!!

    11. I listened to this as it was a free and relatively short audio book. The characters were incredibly annoying, and had no depth. The lead female was incredibly immature and frustrating. She acts like a child because a hot man is perusing her. She also has more conversations with her dog than she does with others in the book. Ordinarily that would be okay, but in a book, not so much.

    12. Book editor Cathy Bissette goes home to North Carolina for some peace and quiet, but finds her life disturbed by a passing sailor, Jared Parsons. Remake of a 1980s title. A light, clean, simple romance. Very much Harlequinesque in nature. Recommend for those who enjoy Harlequins.

    13. I had a hard time getting thru this book. It was an audiobook and the speaker sounded much older than character in the book. Character was really annoying, very childish.I did not enjoy this book at all - sorry

    14. I usually love Fern Michael's books. This story however is just hard to get through. Cathy comes off as spoiled and self absorbed throughout the entire book. The story line leads much to be desired. I suggest you pick up another of her stories unless you are desperate.

    15. I like Fern Michaels and I liked this story for the most part. There were a few editing mistakes which I found a bit ironic. I felt that the characters were a bit immature and the story predictable, but it was an enjoyable read overall.

    16. A quick read, enjoyable enough kind of predictable, the characters are just ok, not loveable. The story while predictable, was an enjoyable enough read and quick enough that if you don't like it, as some other comments I have read, it is not painful to finish.

    17. I always enjoy a good Fern Michaels romance. This was com her earlier writings, but I enjoyed rereading it after so many years. It was romantic, yet it made you feel her dilemma as well. and her uncertainty in the beginning of the relationship. Good light reading.

    18. I usually like Fern Michaels but I was disappointed in this book. Saw the outcome very early on and the "heroine" was not really likable. A quick read.

    19. Blanche, Village patron, June 2015, 2 stars:Did not like this book as much as her others.

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