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With Bungalow 2 still on bestseller lists, Steel checks in with a Bay Area earthquake that shakes up the lives of three beautiful, talented yet somehow unfulfilled women. Sarah Sloane, 30-something wife of Seth, a wildly successful hedge fund entrepreneur, and mother of two, has planned to perfection a high-ticket charity auction. The only thing she hasn't counted on is the biggest seismic event to hit San Francisco since 1906 and the aftershocks it will cause in her marriage. Meanwhile, hot Grammy-winning 19-year-old singer Melanie Free, flown in to perform at the benefit, likewise finds her life overturned: following an on-stage triumph, Melanie throws away her platform shoes to assist disaster victims, admitting—much to the annoyance of her pushy stage mother and her TV actor boyfriend—that she always wanted to be a nurse. Sarah and Melanie face change with support from the 40-ish Sister Maggie Kent, a California nun whose good deeds draw the interest of recovering alcoholic and former AP photojournalist Everett Carson, who captures her in pictures. As marriage, faith and vows of chastity are tested, there's nothing complicated to spoil the romance. Steel delivers a sparkly story with an uplifting spiritual twist. (Oct.)
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“A sparkly story with an uplifting spiritual twist.”—Publishers Weekly
From the Hardcover edition.
Loved the multiple characters and themes in.this novel...Danielle Steel has captured my interest again. .loved the ending.Published 12 days ago by patricia penn
Excellent read! All of Danielle Steel books are the best. Keep on writing them :)Published 23 days ago by Marilou Hogan
One of Steele's Better Novels. It was not as predictable as many of her books. I felt three story lines too much. It would have been better with just two.Published 1 month ago by A. Snider
An amazing story of survival and the act of forgiveness. I would recommend this as a good read. Danielle Steel fans would truly enjoy it.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great red,did not like the end. I never want her books to end. It is a beautiful love story,with all the twists and turns of all her boksPublished 1 month ago by Susan c. Fracol