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Matters of the Heart
Matters of the Heart
Author: Danielle Steel
Hope Dunne is content with her life, finding serenity and beauty through the lens of her camera. She isn't looking for a man or excitement. But things change when she accepts a last minute assignment in London, photographing one of the world's most celebrated writers. — To Hope's surprise, Finn O'Neill exudes warmth and a boyish c...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780552154772
ISBN-10: 0552154776
Publication Date: 2010
Pages: 432
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Publisher: Bantam Press
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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Helpful Score: 2
Having had a sociopath in my life for a time, I was excited about the prospect of a novel taking an honest look at one as a main character. Boy was I sorry. Danielle Steel has always been a hit-or-miss author for me and this was a miss by a mile. Repetitive narration, one dimensional characters and a female protagonist I'd have had to smack if I'd met her face to face. The sociopathic male protagonist came off more as a whiner than a menace until things got physical. Then he just became mean. It got so bad I couldn't even finish the story, which is very unlike me as I'll read almost anything to the end just to see if it improves.

Don't bother unless you're a hard core Danielle Steel fan. It's not worth the wasted time.
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Helpful Score: 1
Not one of her better books. Towards the end I just skimmed to get through it as she refuses to allow her character to evolve. It's more of the same chapter after chapter.
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Helpful Score: 1
I used to really like Danielle Steele, but this book left me wanting more. I am not sure if it was purposely repeating the same information as part of the story or if she just didn't have enough to fill the book, but I found it very annoying to keep re-reading the same information. I also don't remember any of her books being scary. This one was creepy and unnerved me.
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