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However, Danielle Steel repeats herself throughout the book which becomes somewhat distracting and annoying. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Random House Large Print, She wrote her first book at nineteen.

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Half of the book is boring, with the occasional senseless trauma to add tension that doesn’t need to be there. The last clause, “although it was winter in East Africa, but the weather was warm” is so awkward that I cringe whenever I read it.

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And the phrase “SHOW don’t tell” came to mind when reading this book. She’s just working with one new idea instead of three or four. Thanks for telling us about steell problem. The stteel too, seemed a little too neatly done.

Nov 04, Marty rated it really liked it. Inevitably, in Africa she meets and falls in love with a handsome Harvard-educated doctor daniellle is quite happy for the first time in her life, doing hard but meaningful work and spending time with her soul mate. After reading other reviews this was actually something that bothered others.

This time completely changes her life. In a novel where ancient traditions conflict with reality and the pressures of modern life, a young European princess proves that simplicity, courage, and dignity win the day and forever alter her world. Steel assumed the reader is forgetful, for those traits are pointed out every time a character makes an appearance. Jun 19, Jaime Atkins rated it really liked it Shelves: As for the characters, they were extremely flat.

Showing best matches Show all copies. Strel style of books doesn’t exactly appeal to me in general, but I like to read things by really popular authors just to see what all the fuss is about.

I picked this book up on my way sfeel of the library, and let me say that I am glad it was a borrowed book and not a purchased one! A very guilty pleasure. I wonder if I just had not developed any critical reading skills by then: There were multiple times sentences were rephrased and said more or less the same thing. Is this feature helpful?


Sep 28, Carmel rated it did not like it. Jun 05, Earlynn rated it it was ok. This was one of the most dramatic books I have ever read. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. With a purpose to change the ways of the world, she volunteers for the Red Cross in East Africa. I didn’t have high hopes for this book, but I really, really, really needed something to help me pass the time.

I am sure there are other books by Danielle Steel that are worth the time we spend reading them. I picked it up from the top of a trash can in a bus station.

Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. Not sure it was worth it.

The romance failed to impress me. I am amazed that someone actually paid money for this mindless piece of poorly written fluff.