Plain Jane / Fern Michaels.
By: Michaels, Fern.Material type: BookPublisher: New York : Kensington Books, c2001Description: 292 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1575666731.Subject(s): Women psychotherapists -- Fiction | Louisiana -- FictionGenre/Form: Romance fiction.DDC classification:
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With each novel she writes, Fern Michaels is becoming more solidly established as a brand-name, mega-bestselling author. Cherished for her poignant tales of love and family, she has recently also won praise for her complex, compelling characters and for skillfully interweaving threads of mystery and suspense into her emotionally-powerful stories.
"Plain Jane" is Fern Michaels's greatest triumph yet -- the tale of an "ugly duckling" who transforms herself into a successful career woman, wins the love of a wonderful man...and unearths and solves a shocking crime.
Jane Lucas is a psychologist with a call-in radio show. Zippy, articulate, warm, and feisty, she still hasn't met the man of her dreams. She lives alone in Rayne, Louisiana, on an old rice plantation with her vegetarian dog, Olive, a stray she found on her back porch, and two ghosts -- one human, one canine. But things begin to change when a handsome shrink is a guest on her talk show -- and then in her heart. And when her beloved, eccentric godparents produce a K-9 sleuth named Flash, and her mother's ghost tips her off about a few essential things, Jane is ready for the big time...in crime stopping, and in love.