Review first published on my blog: http://memoriesfrombooks.blogspot.com/2013/12/winners.html
Lily Thomas is a young woman training for the US Olympic ski team. She is that good, and has dedicated that much of her life to the sport. Bill Thomas is her fathers - a widower, a successful business man, and a man whose world revolves around his daughter.
One day, a tragic accident alters Lily and Bill's life forever. This book is about what comes after - about rebuilding a life when all that you dream of and live for can no longer be. Surrounding Lily and Bill are the doctors, co-workers, and friends - each with their own story and their own need for starting over.
This book offers a lot of what Danielle Steel fans expect. The people are beautiful. Some, if not many, are "that kind of rich." Things have a way of working out.
What I enjoy about this book is that it has a consistent theme running across the different characters in different situations. The theme of starting over - after death of a loved one, after illness, after catastrophic injury, after hardships in life. This theme gives the book a bit more substance and brings the book closer to real life.
Danielle Steel at her finest. I enjoyed this book as much as any of her books & I have read almost everything she has written. It was a little slow in places but what a nice story line to involve the Olympic theme.
Book was very interesting
I fell into this book from the very first page. An amazing story of accidents, heartache, bravery and love-one of Danielle Steel's best in years!