I enjoyed this novel more than some of Danielle Steele's recent novels. Isabelle grew up around wealth and art, but her widowed father was not of the wealthy class. She studies art and becomes successful in the art world, consulting and buying art. However, the naivete with which she falls in love with men over and over, frequently making mistakes has her raising 3 girls by 3 fathers. Each one has a very distinctive personality. Due to some health issues, Isabelle takes on an assistant and does find true romance.
I gave it a 4 because I still feel that the author tends to be somewhat repetitious in her storytelling and conversations, and plot could be a bit more in depth. I think I prefer her earlier writings because they seemed to be more character/plot development vs. how she turns out so many books a year now.