Top critical review
Same old, same old.
Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2019
This is the first book I have read by Danielle Steel, a very prolific writer. My book club recommended this but no one in our club enjoyed it. From what I understand, the husband always dies. The best part of the story is her description of grief, and this was the only time I was brought into the story. A good writer writes about what they know, and I guess she really knows about this subject. The problem is, she is extremely redundant in her descriptions, how many times can you say the same thing - only in a different way. Boring! This lady puts out so many books I am afraid she has lost her "own" touch. The ending was not a surprise. I ask you, how can you publish so many books in such a short time without losing your train of thought? I gave it two stars instead of one because when your children are asleep and you want a romance novel, you don't ever have to think while reading this.