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Perfect Stranger
Perfect Stranger
Author: Danielle Steel
The only daughter of a European banking dynasty, Raphaella had always been sheltered from the world. Married to a much older American, she was kept in the privacy of great luxury, tended to by servants, watched over by bodyguards. She was the beautiful dark-eyed woman the young lawyer from San Francisco, Alexander Hale, saw sitting alone one mis...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780440172215
ISBN-10: 0440172217
Publication Date: 2/1982
Pages: 353
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 29 ratings
Publisher: Dell Publishing Company
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 2
I felt so bad for Raphaella, because she thought that she owed John Henry her whole life, and was devoted to him and then she finally got to meet the man of her dreams, its a wonderful book, with a great story line.
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I read this book 20 years ago and I found it quite interesting. I still recall the theme of the book. It's have a good life. Possibly lost some passion; but life is comfortable. She then meets a stranger...and she begins to wonder..what if her life were different.
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Helpful Score: 1
This is Danielle Steel the way she used to write, when character development was integral to the plot. Very good.
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"A Perfect Stranger" is one of Steel's better books.
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excellent book about marital honor and integrity. a woman's choice to stay with a sick husband; a husband's choice to set her free. Utterly heartwarming and very much
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