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The Kiss
The Kiss
Author: Danielle Steel
In her 53rd bestselling novel, Danielle Steel explores how a single shattering moment can change lives forever. The Kiss is at once a moving testament to the fragility of life and a breathtaking story about the power of love to heal, to free, to transform, and to make broken spirits whole. — On a warm June evening, a red double-decker bus,...  more »
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PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780440236696
ISBN-10: 044023669X
Publication Date: 10/1/2002
Pages: 448
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 128 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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I love Danielle Steele and this is one of her best. Tear jerker.
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If you have read her books, you will like this one too.Gr
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First kisses are often explosive, but not all are quite as disaster-ridden as the one that propels Steel's latest romance. Isabelle Forrester, elegant and refined wife of cold and indifferent Paris-based banker Gordon Forrester, has spent most of her marriage caring for her desperately ill teenage son, Teddy. Isolated in her Paris home, Isabelle's only comfort is her long-distance friendship with millionaire Washington power broker Bill Robinson, also stuck in an empty marriage. Isabelle and Bill, kindred spirits satisfied with their chaste relationship, agree to meet for a few platonic days in London. Following an enchanting evening on the town, they head back to their hotel in Bill's limousine. As the couple share their first, probing kiss, their car is struck by a speeding, double-decker bus. The horrendous crash kills many and leaves both Isabelle and Bill in critical condition. The long and arduous road to recovery is filled with both physical and emotional pain as Bill must make decisions about his crumbling marriage and the future of his career, and Isabelle must confront bitter truths about her husband. From adjoining hospital beds, they pledge their love to one another, but then Isabelle heads back to Paris to tend her ailing son, and Bill returns to the States for a stay at a rehabilitation center where he hopes to regain use of his legs. Will Isabelle eventually leave her husband and reclaim her freedom? Will Bill ever walk again? Will the two soul mates ever be reunited? Despite the wacky unlikeliness of the bus-crash plot device and the his-and-her IVs, Steel pulls through with skillful plotting, steeping a gentle brew that will once again gratify her legions of fans.
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Another wonderful book by this great author. It is set in Paris and London.
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Although this book was written in the 80's it still touched my heart! Great book about true love and the struggles of life.
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Great book. Hard to put down.
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Good Danielle Steel book - I enjoyed it immensely.
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two people in loveless marriages start out as friends,but it turns into a loving relationship after they are in a tragic accident. easy reading.


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