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To the Ends of the Earth (Avon Romance) Mass Market Paperback – 11 May 2001


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  • Mass Market Paperback: 10 pages
  • Publisher: Avon Books (11 May 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0380767589
  • ISBN-13: 978-0380767588
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.4 x 17.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 455,239 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Hoping to settle down and forget her past after traveling the world, photographer Cat Cochran prepares to finish a final assignment only to find it difficult to ignore her feelings for reclusive millionaire T.E. Danvers.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 8 May 1998
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Elizabeth Lowell is authoress extroadinaire, the feelings that she puts into her characters make them appear so real, that their feelings are your feeling and their lives are your lives. I shed tears reading this story and felt like I was part of the cast of fictional characters in this book. Travis Danvers, the hero, a millionaire who will only marry another millionaire, burnt by a woman that only wanted his money. Cat Cochran,the heroine, working 12 hour days trying to put her nieces thru med school, burnt by an ex millionaire husband, wanted nothing to do with men with money. Will they solve their differences and learn to trust and love each other? Follow their journey on their path to trust and happiness.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 8 April 1999
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If you can get past some sappy cliche moments and a few overused phrases like "the cold center of night" this book is one of the best. The characters are strong but believable, flawed yet extraordinary. Travis Danvers is one of the best developed and most appealing leading men I've read about and Cat's vulnerablility and strength are admirable. This story leaves your mind feeling like it devoured a feast of love and romance, conflict and triumph.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 26 Aug 1998
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I started with E. Lowell's historical romances and fell in love with her style. This is the 2nd contemporary novel of hers I've read and again am not disappointed. I liked her strong females in the historicals, but the females in the contemporaries are even stronger. I can respect Cat's not wanting to give in to selling out for Travis' money and having to do it the hard way. The depth Lowell takes you to in these 2 lives and their pain is extraordinary. I cried and laughed and was thrilled with the ending. I read this into the wee hours of the night and picked it up immediately in the morning to finish it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 17 July 1998
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The characters were very real to me when i read that book. It's true that those who have never had the experience of having work themselves half to death just to put siblings to school, will never understand just how beautifully written and expressed this story is. I can identify with the character's pain and frustration at love and can vividly imagine her pain when she lost her unborn child and the distance she has set herself out, beyond the reach of anyone or anything. I think that only lowell could bring across her thoughts and feelings so well through her excellent writing ability and protrayal of the characters. The emotions coming out from the story moved me to tears.In short, it's the simple things in life which makes the most realistic story.
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By A Customer on 5 April 1998
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In the continuing trend of Ms. Lowell's to re-write her first books, re-package them (making them look like new works), and charge outragous amounts in the interest of cashing in on her popularity comes "To the Ends of the Earth." It is an unfortunate thing to have a beautiful book like "The Danvers Touch" turned into something so, well, boring. The original book, published over 15 years ago, stands as a testament to this authors power as a romance writer. There have been ups and downs over the years but as of late the downs have been more consistent than the ups. My advice to readers is to avoid this book and send a message to publishers and authors alike to stop exploiting us. If you can, try to get the original book that "To the Ends of the Earth" is based on.
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By A Customer on 15 Jun 1998
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I was very disappointed in this book. The characters were completely unbelievable. The heroine, Cathy, is working herself to death to support her mother and help her twin siblings through medical school, but she doesn't have so much as a phone conversation with them. She also seemed incredibly naive in some ways, I kept on thinking, "Hasn't this woman ever watched Oprah?" Perhaps this can be explained by the fact that it's a rewrite of a novel originally published some years ago.
The hero, believes all women are like his ex-wife, only out for his money. He didn't have any other influences, a mother? a teacher? anyone?
It seemed like it had the potential to be a much better book than it was.
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I found myself getting upset with TH Danvers and his sexist thoughts. Due to him having one bad relationship with a woman only after his money he felt that all women were like that and he tried to put a price on Kat's love for him, how stupid. On the other hand it was very stupid of Kat to work herself to the bone and never have time to take a minute to even feed herself. Even though those were the two problems that I had with both characters, I did enjoy the book and I can also empathize with their beliefs. How many of us work ourselves to death for a better life? Then think about how many of us have been so burned by someone that we think everyone we meet will treat us just as badly. ?
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This book was an excellent example of Ms.Lowell at her best. The characters are sharp and can be easily identified with. The only problem I have with re-writes, is that the language gets worse and frankly takes away from the text. I don't often cry while reading, but this one had me sobbing towards the end. The only thing that kept me going was knowing that Ms. Lowell would reward me at the end of the book with a happy ending.I was happier with this book than I have been with previous ones by Ms. Lowell.
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