Winners by Danielle Steel
Winners by Danielle Steel, Lily Thomas woke up when the alarm went off. She didn’t want to miss skiing with her favorite instructor, Jason Yee. Looking out to see what was happening she didn’t thing they would get more than a couple of runs in... Read More
Daddy by Danielle Steel
Daddy by Danielle Steel, Sarah Watson sat and looked out the window watching snow fall since nothing was wanting to turn into a story. Oliver had tried to encourage her in the writing that she wanted to do. But nothing turned into a good story.
She thought back to when Benjamin was born... Read More
Precious Gifts by Danielle Steel
Precious Gifts by Danielle Steel, Timmie Parker was a social worker in New York, Juliette was a baker in her own business, Joy was working on an acting career. The girls had a half-brother from their father’s side. Bertie was after any money he could lay his hands on... Read More
The Ranch by Danielle Steel, Mary Stuart, Tanya and Zoe were inseparable in college but in the twenty plus years that followed, they moved on in their lives. One summer they found themselves alone, wrestling with the present and the past. At a ranch in Wyoming, they come together and find courage, healing and truth.
Mary Stuart after twenty-one year’... Read More
The Wedding by Danielle Steel
The Wedding by Danielle Steel, Allegra Steinberg an Entertainment Lawyer was stuck in traffic on her way home. She turned on the radio and heard a song by one of her clients, Bram Morrison. She was constantly called by her clients but she had managed to finally get out of the office... Read More
Remembrance by Danielle Steel, Serena di San Tibaldo is on her way to Italy. Her eyes “looked like icy cold green pools of very fine emeralds, incredibly beautiful, but with very little warmth.” The doors of her soul were closed. As she traveled on the train her thoughts took her to the last time she saw her grandmother... Read More
Palomino by Danielle Steel, Samantha Taylor, known as Sam, is set to become the Creative Director of the firm she works for when Harvey Maxwell retires. One day when she comes home she finds her husband, John; packing his clothes in a suitcase and he tells her he’s leaving her for his co-host on the network he works at... Read More
Matters of the Heart by Danielle Steel Hope Dunne was a top Photographer who knew joy and sorrow but she found comfort through the lens of her camera. Hope enjoyed taking walks and wherever she went she took pictures. She had started when she was nine.
She had porcelain white skin and black hair and had been teased that she looked like Snow White... Read More
The Award by Danielle Steel Just before Christmas, Gaelle was biking to her friend Rebekah Feldmann’s house to pick her up for school but just a safe distance away she saw her and her family being loaded on a truck at gun point. It was the 1940’s when Germany occupied France... Read More
England in the early 1950s must have been a pretty grey and dismal place to live. The country was still recovering from World War II, and rationing didn’t end until 1954. No wonder, then, that the 1960s were ‘swinging’ as a new sense of freedom swept the land.
In the centre of that maelstrom of colour, pop music and snazzy fashions is Delia Maxwell... Read More
Sebastian Dorner, an architect and a Brooklynite, had his world upended when his wife Cora was killed in a car accident. Four months later, he is at a parent-teacher conference with his four-year-old son’s pre-K teacher when Miss DeRosa, the teacher, gently breaks it to him that he has been neglecting Matty.
Seb is devastated, horrified and ashamed to realize M... Read More
The Good Fight by Danielle Steel, This story starts in the 1940’s and Hitler’s rein of terror. Meredith was turning six soon and she remembered the day her father(Robert) went to do his part in the war against Hitler. She remembers her mother(Janet) crying and her grandparents were there, how proud her grampa (Bill)was of his son... Read More
Friends Forever by Danielle Steel, “Theirs is a heart wrenching, ultimately triumphant story that spans decades, weaves together a vivid casts of characters, and captures the challenges we face in life—sometimes, if we’re lucky, with a friend forever by our side.
This is a story about five friends forever they include Gabby, Billy, Izzie, Sean and Andy... Read More
The Cast by Danielle Steel, Kait Whittier ignored the christmas party going on in the other room outside her office. She wanted her column in, “Ask Kait”, before she left... Read More
Coming Out by Danielle Steel The mother of twins got the invitation for the girls to be a part of Coming Out which is the right of young ladies of the age eighteen. In the old days it was the mark of maturity and they were then looking for a mate. This is the tale of Virginia and Veronica in Coming Out.
Olympia was running around getting lunch for her young so... Read More
Blue by Danielle Steel Ginny Carter was traveling from Luena to Malanje in Angola. She had been there on a SOS Human Rights assignment. She spent any where from 2 months until 3 months on any assignment occasionally longer. She went in as part of a team that was there to ascertain if human right were being violated or questioned... Read More
Easton Campbell loves the farm and the land he grew up on. There is no place else he wants to live, but the farm isn’t doing well, and Easton fears it will just be a matter a time before he loses his home. However, if Easton is forced to sell, it won’t be to Lachlan Montgomery and his big city ideas and money... Read More
Congressman Patrick Olden, a good friend of Blaise, was scheduled to speak in one of the auditorium’s at UCLA it was estimated that there would be over two thousand students there. After his speach his first question was from a young man and it pertained to gun control... Read More
The Right Time a Novel by Danielle Steel, Alexandra Cortez Winslow had long black hair, creamy skin and large green eyes which she kept squeezed shut as her parents argued. It was that way after her mother got bored and she wanted to leave. When she left they never knew when she was coming home again... Read More