" Still another badly written book about unlikeable people. Incredibly unrealistic, the "heroine" - and I use the term loosely - went from being an unwed mother at seventeen, rejected by her parents to a multi-millionaire in less than 15 years all told. Not incredible in itself, but she did it by waitressing in a diner, later buying the diner with a bank loan of a half-million and going on from there. Pray tell me - what bank would lend that much money to a waitress who had to work double shifts to pay the bills? And how did she get to be a tycoon less than 10 years later, owning only the single diner? Anyway, she did. For years she sent her son's fabulously rich father letters, all returned marked "Return to Sender". Did she never think someone else might have intercepted them? Did she ever think to STOP WRITING TO THE JERK?? NOOOO. Instead, she decided to "teach him a lesson" him by messing with his bank accounts, comprom,ising his credit rating, and digging up old family scandals. Can we all say "FELONY!!"??? In the meantime, the father - who is a rich SOB whose wife hates him so much she tries to kill him - becomes ill with leukemia, and has to cope with his life falling apart while trying to stay alive. Not having any family that he knows of, he sponsors a bone marrow drive in hopes of finding a compatible donor for a $10 million prize. Of course, his son wants to win the money (not knowing that is is his father), but his mother PREVENTS him from being a donor because she doesn't want to admit to her son that his father was not dead, as she had claimed all his life!! Lovely woman. The whole thing end improbably with her taking her son to see his father in the hospital where she falls in love with his doctor. She throws all the returned letters at the father who suddenly notices the words "Address Unknown" on each one. Somehow, even after carrying the letters everywhere with her for last 20 years, she had missed that small detail. Everyone has a little chuckle, the rich SOB gets his transplant, she marries the doctor and they all live happily ever after. Phhhggghhhlllhhhllhh!!!!! "
— Miki, 1/31/2014