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Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2019
One has to suspend belief in most DS novels, where all the characters are overwhelming beautiful, handsome and wealthy. But that is part of their appeal. However, in this book the disbelief is beyond understanding. She portrays characters that supposedly are current day: 2019, yet have societal attitudes of the 1950s. That Kate would be "humiliated" (repeated over and over) that her daughter would have a child out of wedlock doesn't fly. And the racist comments about "that Puerto Rican girl" are too much to take. Danielle Steele really dropped the ball on this book.