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The Kiss (Danielle Steel)
The Kiss - Danielle Steel
Author: Danielle Steel
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ISBN-13: 9780553527865
ISBN-10: 055352786X
Publication Date: 10/23/2001
Edition: Abridged
Rating:
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.
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4.4 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Random House Audio
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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I love Danielle Steele and this is one of her best. Tear jerker.
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Very good book.
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Great book, classic Danielle Steele! You are sure to enjoy! Isabelle Forrester is the wife of a prominent Parisian banker who has long since shut her out of his heart. For years, Isabelle has lived a life of isolation, craing for her desperately ill son and her teenage daughter. She allows herself one secret pleasure: a long-distance freindship with a Washington power broker, who, like Isabelle, is trapped in an empty marriage. To Bill Robinson, Isabelle is a godsend, a kindred spirit who touches him across the miles....
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Although this book was written in the 80's it still touched my heart! Great book about true love and the struggles of life.
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Great book. Hard to put down.
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Good Danielle Steel book - I enjoyed it immensely.
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First kisses are often explosive, but not all are quite as disaster-ridden as the one that propels Steel's latest romance. Isabelle Forrester, elegant and refined wife of cold and indifferent Paris-based banker Gordon Forrester, has spent most of her marriage caring for her desperately ill teenage son, Teddy. Isolated in her Paris home, Isabelle's only comfort is her long-distance friendship with millionaire Washington power broker Bill Robinson, also stuck in an empty marriage. Isabelle and Bill, kindred spirits satisfied with their chaste relationship, agree to meet for a few platonic days in London. Following an enchanting evening on the town, they head back to their hotel in Bill's limousine. As the couple share their first, probing kiss, their car is struck by a speeding, double-decker bus. The horrendous crash kills many and leaves both Isabelle and Bill in critical condition.
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i was a good book. i put it down a few times and swore to never touch it again but loved it.
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Isabelle Forrester is the exquisite wife of prominiate Parisian banker who has long since shut her out of his heart. Aftet liviing a life of isolations, pouring her passions into caring for a desperately ill son she allows herself one secret pleasure: a lon distance friendship by phone with an American man, a Washington power broker who travels the highest circles of politics and is trapped in an empty marriage.
Their relationship is a gift that ustains them but. Then amid the sudden crash of a steel against steel, they are thrust into a path of pain. A journey where Isabell and Bill cling to life that began with a single kiss.
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She is a talent writing.
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on a june evening a double decker bus had a collision with a limo. and a long journey begins toward healing toward hope toward dreams of a future
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Read this book all night...:)
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two people in loveless marriages start out as friends,but it turns into a loving relationship after they are in a tragic accident. easy reading.
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If you are a Danielle Steel fan you can't go wrong with this book.
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This book was great. It made me cry it was that good ! Gotta love Danielle Steel.
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First kisses are often explosive, but not all are quite as disaster-ridden as the one that propels Steel's latest romance. Isabelle Forrester, elegant and refined wife of cold and indifferent Paris-based banker Gordon Forrester, has spent most of her marriage caring for her desperately ill teenage son, Teddy. Isolated in her Paris home, Isabelle's only comfort is her long-distance friendship with millionaire Washington power broker Bill Robinson, also stuck in an empty marriage. Isabelle and Bill, kindred spirits satisfied with their chaste relationship, agree to meet for a few platonic days in London. Following an enchanting evening on the town, they head back to their hotel in Bill's limousine. As the couple share their first, probing kiss, their car is struck by a speeding, double-decker bus. The horrendous crash kills many and leaves both Isabelle and Bill in critical condition. The long and arduous road to recovery is filled with both physical and emotional pain as Bill must make decisions about his crumbling marriage and the future of his career, and Isabelle must confront bitter truths about her husband. From adjoining hospital beds, they pledge their love to one another, but then Isabelle heads back to Paris to tend her ailing son, and Bill returns to the States for a stay at a rehabilitation center where he hopes to regain use of his legs. Will Isabelle eventually leave her husband and reclaim her freedom? Will Bill ever walk again? Will the two soul mates ever be reunited? Despite the wacky unlikeliness of the bus-crash plot device and the his-and-her IVs, Steel pulls through with skillful plotting, steeping a gentle brew that will once again gratify her legions of fans.
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If you have read her books, you will like this one too.Gr
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Another wonderful book by this great author. It is set in Paris and London.
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Isabelle Forrester is maried to a banker who doesn't care for her anymore. She has a friend in Washington who is trapped in loveless marriage, also. They meet in London for a few days vacation. They are in an accident, and are hospitalized for a long period of time. Their relationship changes while there.
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Loved this book. Very romantic.
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A story of courage in the face of unimaginable loss. Exploring the strength it takes to conquer our greatest fears,
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"Steel writes convincingly about universal human emotions."-Publishers Weekly
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Good book!
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Another great DS book
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From Publishers Weekly
First kisses are often explosive, but not all are quite as disaster-ridden as the one that propels Steel's latest romance. Isabelle Forrester, elegant and refined wife of cold and indifferent Paris-based banker Gordon Forrester, has spent most of her marriage caring for her desperately ill teenage son, Teddy. Isolated in her Paris home, Isabelle's only comfort is her long-distance friendship with millionaire Washington power broker Bill Robinson, also stuck in an empty marriage. Isabelle and Bill, kindred spirits satisfied with their chaste relationship, agree to meet for a few platonic days in London. Following an enchanting evening on the town, they head back to their hotel in Bill's limousine. As the couple share their first, probing kiss, their car is struck by a speeding, double-decker bus. The horrendous crash kills many and leaves both Isabelle and Bill in critical condition. The long and arduous road to recovery is filled with both physical and emotional pain as Bill must make decisions about his crumbling marriage and the future of his career, and Isabelle must confront bitter truths about her husband. From adjoining hospital beds, they pledge their love to one another, but then Isabelle heads back to Paris to tend her ailing son, and Bill returns to the States for a stay at a rehabilitation center where he hopes to regain use of his legs. Will Isabelle eventually leave her husband and reclaim her freedom? Will Bill ever walk again? Will the two soul mates ever be reunited? Despite the wacky unlikeliness of the bus-crash plot device and the his-and-her IVs, Steel pulls through with skillful plotting, steeping a gentle brew that will once again gratify her legions of fans.
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Always love a Danielle Steel book
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Isabelle Forrester and Bill Robinson live in different continents but carry on a friendship via the telephone and a few visits here and there for four years. Isabelle stays at home with her sick child Teddy and her hateful husband. Bill is in a loveless marriage and doesn't want to get divorced because he's afraid it will hurt his career. Isabelle and Bill decide to meet in London for a few days to spend some time together. While in London they share a passionate kiss while at practically the same moment their limousine is hit by a double-decker bus. Their lives are forever changed.
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Lovely story.
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great book
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never read...new!
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I didn't read this book.