Book Reviews of The Cottage

The Cottage
The Cottage
Author: Danielle Steel
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780440236818
ISBN-10: 0440236819
Publication Date: 2003
Pages: 400
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 128 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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Danielle Steel is a great writer. I have read all of her books and each new one that comes out i read.
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a story of loss and gain
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Though the characters were different age groups, they seem to share a common interest. Unexpected events shaped the characters and changed their lives.
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Typical Danielle Steele--good book!
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Very good, a little different than the usual Danielle Steel book.
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Entertaining. A great story about friendship.
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a story of friendship
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Another Great piece of work by Ms. Steele.
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I really liked this book.
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A deep story of choices & unexpected twists of fate.
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Nora Roberts books our always good, you will cry but it will have an happy ending.
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Although I didn't read this, my brother in law who gave it to me said it was great. I have enjoyed other books by this author.
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Wonderful book by a fantastic author.
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Wonderful book! I reccommend this book to anyone!
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One of Danielles best. go for it
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Typical Danielle, tragedy, scandal, triumph.
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steeles books are always good and easy reading. This is a great short novel.IF you have not read it its a must.
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This "cottage" is actually the huge estate of fading movie star Cooper Winslow, who is so down on his luck that he must rent a part of it to make ends meet. But the two fellows who move in introduce Coop to something completely different friendship and of course in the offing there's the promise of love.
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as always a good read.. great author
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I loved this book. I read it in 2 days. It's Danielle Steel and she knows how to write to draw you into the story. I think the plot was transparent, but you expect that with a romance novel.

If you are looking for a good escape, this book is wonderful.
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Hadn't read a Danielle Steel book in quite a while, so I gave it a try! It was a "typical" love story, she tried to make it a little more intriguing. It was a good summer read.
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Typical Danielle Steele with beautiful people, fabulous surroundings, romance ---- and a few life lessons thrown in.
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Liked the Book, good read
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Good story by Steel, enjoy her writing. Loved this one.
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Great detective romance
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A gleaming Rolls-Royce pulls through the gates of the magnificent Bel Air estate known as The Cottage. The man behind the wheel is Hollywood's ageless wonder, Cooper Winslow. A star of the silver screen for decades, a man whose allure to women is legendary, Coop exudes old-fashioned glamour. But Coop is broke. And with no major roles coming his way, he is faced with the prospect of selling his beloved home, or at least renting out parts of it.

His new tenants, Mark Friedman and Jimmy O'Connor, are coping with their own problems. Mark's wife just walked out, and Jimmy recently lost his own wife to illness. And when Mark's teenage children move in, The Cottage is transformed, with music blasting and teenagers on skateboards crashing into vintage cars. But amid the chaos, three men are becoming unlikely friends...and each finds himself changing, Coop most of all. Because beneath the dazzle and the bravado is a man trying to keep control of his carefully ordered world. A scandal threatens Coop's romance with a wealthy debutante...A devastating accident almost claims the life of one of the housemates...The Cottage welcomes a new houseguest who will change Coop's life in unexpected ways. Among the people who now share his life, Coop Winslow may find a chance to build a happiness he could never have dreamed of, and to become the kind of human being he has never been.
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loved this book you cant put this book down.excerlent read/
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I didn't read this either
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very good
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FYI - many of my family members loved and read this pb, so it has loving spine creases and some dog ears.