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Beautifully Written Novel
on 1 March 2012
Danielle Steel has written another page-turner. Try and put it down. Tallie Jones is a famous and ambitious film director in Los Angeles. Unusually, her focus is equally on her close-knit family rather than just the glamour of her profession, although totally dedicated and committed to both. An organised, practical down-to earth girl. As usual, spreading time and emotion, within a seemingly ideal setting, can lead to the beginnings of things going awry. Organised people need friends and colleagues. People she has trusted for years maybe are not what they seem. Trust often may lead to betrayal. Unfairly for Tallie, effects fall on her family and friends. From a secure surrounding, her world begins to crumble. Familiar sequelae of not being in total control lead to unexpected, personal outcomes. Danielle Steel narrates in her own style, gripping her readership. Her signature is written throughout the novel and her finales always are awaited with unpredictable anticipation. This is a most enjoyable book written with engaging prose that tugs on the emotions and heartbeat. Highly recommended.