Daddy's Girls is a light contemporary novel featuring three dissimilar sisters. Each of them had a different relationship with their father who was large and in charge. Their father moved them from Texas when they were all under four to California. JT, their father, eventually came to own 10,000 acres in Santa Ynez Valley, California. Kate loves the ranch and has ideas to improve it, but her father is the one in control. Gemma left at eighteen for Hollywood where she is now the lead actress on a television series. Gemma has a temperament just like JT and has no qualms about sharing her views with him. Caroline loved to read from a young age. She felt that her father did not understand her and ignored her. Caroline could not wait to escape the ranch and find culture in the city. She is happily married with two children of her own and writes young adult novels. They rarely visit despite having their own home on the ranch. With JT's death, the three sisters must go through their father's papers and belongings. Papers in the safe send them on a journey. I thought the story contained Danielle Steel's trademark writing, but I did feel that the story was expected. It is easy to figure out how each sisters story will play out. There was quite a bit of repetition of details. Daddy's Girls has a lovely feel good ending. I was, though, disappointed with how Caroline's story turned out. It seemed like a step back for Caroline. Daddy's Girls is a feel-good novel that was a good break for me from other types of books that I read. Daddy's Girls is a lovely respite from reality and a relaxing way to spend an afternoon.