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Some of Danielles books are chock full of historical and educational data and keep me guessing,,,,this was not one of them,,,,seemed redundant,,,,didn't finish,,,,but I'm still a fan of the author
I like this novel although the story is not so dramatic, it is written in simple easy English.
"As her 60th birthday approaches, famous arbiter of style Valerie Wyatt finds herself alone. So too does her hard-working chef daughter, April, who is herself nearing her 30th birthday with a successful restaurant to show for it - but no love life. But life has surprises in store for both of them, and a chance encounter in an elevator and a romantic indiscretion lead to new chances at love. As in her other novels, author Danielle Steel delivers high drama, sad stories, and happy endings for her strong female characters. Grab it if you've got a hankering for romance, but if you don't, try Cathy Kelly's charming Always and Forever, which is also about women reevaluating their lives and priorities." April 2013 Fiction A to Z newsletter http://www.nextreads.com/Display2.aspx?SID=5acc8fc1-4e91-4ebe-906d-f8fc5e82a8e0&N=622464
Another great DS novel. Over the last few months as I have tried to get back into my leisure reading, i have completely felt in love with her novels. This novel was very predictable however at times I did question what would happen next. Overall she did an excellent job at developing her characters and putting together the perfect plot. I did feel that the ending was a little rushed but maybe there will be a part two. I am curious how the characters turned out.
I enjoyed this book very much.
I really enjoy reading danielle steel books . I have read most of her books. Some I have read several timesz.
I stopped reading Danielle Steel's books for a while because they all seemed to be the same. I decided to pick this one up and try again. It was worth the effort! Very different from what I remember her books were like. I enjoyed this book as I could really relate to the character!
The thing I like about Danielle Steel's books is they are so easy to read and sometimes hard to put down.
Great Book as usual from Danielle Steele-I thought the ending might leave room for a continue..
Quick and very predictable - as always main character goes to Paris - was hoping for something a little more thrilling