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Miracle (Large Print)
Miracle - Large Print
Author: Danielle Steel
Quinn Thompson, a 61-year-old recent widower, has just bought the boat of his dreams-an 80-meter beauty capable of sailing around the world. Because that's all Quinn wants to do besides read his late wife Jane's old journals and poetry, which offer an outpouring of love and forgiveness for a man so obsessed with "building his empire...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780739455821
ISBN-10: 0739455826
Publication Date: 2005
Pages: 248
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3.7 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Book Type: Hardcover
Large Print: Yes
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From the dust jacket: "Beautiful, introverted Maggie Dartman is settling into a new home at a crucial time in her life. Healing from two recent losses-the tragic death of her teenage son and the painful dissolution of her marriage-she's become resigned to living the rest of her life alone. Meanwhile, her neighbor, widower Quinn Thompson, is also struggling with his failures as a husband and a father. Now retired, he has only recently realized the depth of his late wife's love for him. Trying to run from his memories, Quinn can't wait to sell his home-and escape his regrets by sailing around the world in a magnificent boat being built in Holland. But when the storm of the century ravages San Francisco, the powerful tempest will bring with it Jack Adams, a young carpenter who will repair more than just their damaged homes-he'll also help them heal their broken hearts so they can, once again, believe in miracles."
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Miracle is a story with hope and promise of love and friendship as only Danielle Steel can tell it. You will love the characters and will be rooting for them all the way. Maggie Dartman is settling into a new home after the death of her teenage son and the dissolution of her marriage. Meanwhile her neighbor, Quinn Thompson, is also struggling with his failures as a husband and father. A young carpenter will repair more than broken homes ... he will also help heal their broken hearts so they can, once again, believe in miracles.


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