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Author: Nancy Thayer
What could be more romantic, more delicious, than a novel about flowers--and a woman who dedicates her life to them? Catherine Eliot comes from the kind of Social Register family where money is never discussed. At eighteen, she turns her back on her family's aspirations for her and comes to New York, on her own for the first time. There, she fin...  more »
ISBN: 48074
Pages: 273
  • Currently 2.5/5 Stars.

2.5 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Penguin Books
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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Catherine Eliot turns her back on her Social Register family and creates a business that becomes her passion. Now, even though her East Side flower shop has become more successful than she had ever dreamed, Catherine feels a void in her life--something that desperately needs to be awakened. Good book!
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This reminds me of Danielle Steele's books. Catherine achieves in business (flower shop), and in love (somewhat delayed). The wealthy family that disowned her eventually becomes dependent on her in a reversal of fortunes.
Catherine is not very likable as a rebellious teen, but grows on the reader as she develops and takes initiative. The author pens some nice descriptions and builds a credible story.