I have been reading Danielle Steele for years.. I stopped after awhile, because sometimes they stories seem to be cut from the same cloth. So it was with great reserve that I bought this. I really am glad this is out of her comfort zone a little. Historical settings, great story line I really did enjoy it. So if you, like me grew up on Danielle Steel, and needed a "break" this is a great book to come back to.
If you love Danielle Steel, this is a terrific book as all hers are.
By the glimmering waters of Lake Geneva, 1915, quiet Jewish beauty Beata falls in love with young, Catholic, French officer.....
Really loved this book of Danielle Steel. Its against a vivid backdrop of history. a compelling story of love, war, acts of faith and acts of betrayal and the three women as they journey through years of loss and survival
I have always been a big Danielle Steele fan and this was another great story. Like all of her books there is love, tradgedy, healing, and happiness. Her characters are all very real and likeable that is why I keep reading her books.