Dating of steel

Its amazing what God has in the cards for each and everyone of us.

Sometimes you think what you once had was the most important but this book goes to show that more often than not, you always find something better and more satisfying. If Danielle Steel were in a middle school English class and I was her teacher, she would have failed.

It makes sense, the woman has 837 children of her own, she must be a bit baby-crazy. These days lots of people seem to turn to paranormal for their escapism fiction. Things so far outside your real world that you can forget the washing machine is leaking and you owe $20,000 to the credit card company.

I read about Danielle Steel's babies and the women who MUST HAVE THEM and then return me to my real life, happily secure that I would still rather chew off my own arm than have kids.

So when her husband of twenty-four years said they needed to talk, Paris couldn’t imagine what he was about to say.“I want a divorce,” Peter tells her. It was time to move—as far away as possible, just after Peter remarried. Saying good-bye to the world she knew and loved, Paris heads west, to San Francisco, and discovers being single in a world full of men who were too young, too old, too married, or too good to be true.

Just like that, the husband she adored had dumped her for a younger woman. Then the excruciating attempts by well-meaning friends to “fix her up” with men who paled in comparison to Peter. Finally, Paris realized she was in a fight for her very survival. For Paris, the list seemed endless..charming commitment-phobe..drunken Neanderthal..young Frenchman—so adorably sexy she almost forgot about his age, and did, for a while.

So she moved west to be closer to her grown children and ended up starting a new life.

As with other Danielle Steel novels, it always worked in the end.

In a poignant, wickedly funny novel about getting dumped and getting over it, about tackling life with both courage and laughter, Danielle Steel explores what it means to start over, whether you wanted to or not, and finding something better than you had before.

I read Danielle Steel novels as if I was an anthropologist studying a foreign tribe.

It does happen, but everything else will work out in the end.

It's always a happy ending for Danielle Steel's heroine.

I love how Danielle makes her characters seem so real. Definitely a must read :)its a story of a women her name is Paris while thinking she is having the perfect marriage her husband asks for a divorce and she find out that he is involved with another woman half his age ,she breaks down and tries to get over peter(her husband),her friends try to make her some dates ,she feels so bad,and travels to another state, finds a job, and meet different men some of them didn't want commitment and some of them are weird, some were younger than she was,that's when she decides to adoptits a story of a women her name is Paris while thinking she is having the perfect marriage her husband asks for a divorce and she find out that he is involved with another woman half his age ,she breaks down and tries to get over peter(her husband),her friends try to make her some dates ,she feels so bad,and travels to another state, finds a job, and meet different men some of them didn't want commitment and some of them are weird, some were younger than she was,that's when she decides to adopt a baby and she finds that the treasure in her journey was her friends and people who stood beside her,then finally she loves a man she never thought to love him ,and she marries me the story was very boring Steel goes into a lot of details that are unnecessary ,and the story was ordinary ,i wanted to see something different ! Just very basic grammar and rules of writing were completely dismissed.

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