Such a GREAT story!
I agree with the previous reader who said that it dragged and was too predictable about halfway into the story. I enjoyed her new one (called “Spy”) a little bit more.
A little different then the standard Danielle Steele recent book. Changed things up to be her grown kids instead of three different men in her life - then enter, three different men in her life. I found that the book really started to drag at the halfway of the book and it was hard for me to keep reading. I found it very predictable.
Already on Hold
I thought I had this book figured out. I really did, as I find her books becoming predictable and I certainly did not see what was coming. Many of her books start to have the same narrative and this is no exception; however, its a decent story.
Enjoyed this story except that if they're are so in love why don't they get married which is the ultimate commitment. Tired of the seeming approval of living together without the ultimate commitment. Otherwise this story was good!
At last a Danielle Steel book that I don't have to be too critical about. "Lost and Found" starts like the usual books with a description of a superwoman who raises three children alone and lives by herself after they have grown up. More excitingly she lives in a Firehouse converted to her home cum studio. She is a famous photographer and satisfied with her work. Then a fall and subsequent dressing down from her eldest daughter gets her thinking and she sets out to explore her past and the three men in her life. The book takes us on a journey through Boston, Chicago, and Wyoming and finally to California. I loved the descriptions and enjoyed her visit with the past. Will she get closure? The book is the answer. Well worth a read if you are into Romance.
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