Disappointing end of the book for me. The author rushed the two most important events of the heroine in their telling and yet went into long details of people and things that happened that just weren't all that important. That is why I gave it 2 and 1/2 stars. I usually like her books a lot, although I am not an avid romance reader.
Also, Ms. Steel feels (or at least felt in this book) to be politically correct and an important relationship was a homosexual one. This is the first book of hers that has this type of relationship that I have read. Now, there may be more of them that she written that she has included homosexual as well as heterosexual relationships but it is the first I have read. It added nothing to the plot and just made it seem like a way for her do the right thing. Maybe she wants to appeal to the homosexual reader? Are there lesbian relationships in her other books? I don't know but, as I said, it was gratuitous and obvious that it was. If I were a homosexual, I'd be offended by that.
How can you not like a Danielle Steel book
Poor Paris, dumped after 24 years of marriage and not so successful at the dating game. But when Paris turns to a new circle of friends, her life starts looking up.