Diedre McAlister's mother is dying. But before she lets go of this life, she gives her daughter and old photograph and these parting words: "Find yourself. Find your truth. Just don't expect it to be what you thought it would be." And now the search begins-a quest to find the only person who can provide the missing pieces, the truth. But that search will cost Diedre her naive innocence and expose her family's unknown dark side. It was a very good book from the very beginning.
With two kids to raise and her ex-husband in jail, Barbara Strong moved to Dry Creek for a fresh start. She loved the town, but apparently her feelings weren't reciprocated. Didn't the folks in Dry Creek trust her?
Sheriff Carl Wall had asked everyone to leave Barbara alone so she could heal. Could the sheriff do his job without losing his heart?
When four hometown friends entered the world of rodeo, none could foresee the lasting bond that would form between them. Nor could any anticipate the events that would send them on separate paths, then draw them together once more. Constance Colson weaves a compelling story of long-time friends living out the challenges and joys of rodeo life.
In her 67th bestselling novel, Danielle Steel uses what is expected to be a traditional debutante ball to tell a story of family and compassion... In the end, nothing is as traditional as it seems, and the event is transformed by revelations and surprises.
Sam Kinkade is finally feeling at home as a minister in rural VA. But his plans to welcome the Hispanics into his church are met with much resistance. A stranger named Elisa walks through his door and he realizes he has found someone to build bridges. Will she and Sam repeat the past, or can they find love and freedom they seek?
Very good reading.
All of Daniel Steel's books are good but this is not one of her best. I did enjoy reading it.It is about a father who is a Prince of the country of Lichtenstein and his daughter is considered royalty and cannot be a normal person the way we see it. It is a story of love and devotion to a family and the daughters desire to be a normal person.
She'd always lived a charmed life, so when Bethany Taft's fiance' was killed, she thought her chance for happiness was gone forever. But after her beloved aunt got engaged at sixty Bethany found joy in her role as wedding planner. Spending time with the groom's son was a given,the rancher flew Bethany to Chicato and back in his private plane. Then she started wondered if the God she'd turned her back on meant for her to be a bride as well.