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The Klone and I - Danielle SteelThe Klone & I (226 words)
by midnightmist - written on 09/08/00, updated on 09/08/00 (Very useful, 56 readings)
This is yet another great read by Danielle Steele. I found, as usual with her books that I was unable to put this one down. I just had to continue in order to find the outcome of the story. The book is about Stephanie who is married to Roger. They also have two children, Charlotte who is just going into those awkward teenage years and Sam, who younger. Roger states that he no longer loves Stephaine and he leaves her for another woman. This leads Stephanie to take a long hard look at herself. Out go the old flannelette nighties and in come her new clothes and hairstyle. While on a trip to France she meets and makes friends with Peter, whom she discovers lives ...
Granny Dan - Danielle SteelThe true story of her grandmothers life (241 words)
by barbie84 - written on 10/02/08 (Very useful, 30 readings)
This is another love story of Danielle steels but this brings more emotion than any of her others for me. This is the true life story of her grand mother granny dan, she was a top russian ballet dancer who had the heart wrenching choices to make as to weather her career was more important than the love of her life. She made her choices and lived with them for the rest of her life through happy times and turmoil, i will leave you to read the book to find out if she got true love in the end. Danielle steel had always looked at her grandmother as an old woman, her grand mother told her little of her life but after her death there was a brown paper box which daniella ...
Granny Dan - Danielle Steeltragic (266 words)
by - written on 26/09/00, updated on 28/09/00
Dancing on the coattails of history, Danielle Steele's Granny Dan is a sweeping saga based on the true life story of her grandmother. As a young woman, Granny Dan was the leading young ballerina in pre-communist Russia, which in that society, would have been similar to being Julia Roberts in our own country today. She charms the Russian royal family, especially the czar's young son, and is admitted into their inner circle. Torn between the disciplined life of a dancer in a strict ballet school and the fairy tale-like existance at the czar's summer home, the young woman must make painful choices. An illness causes her to become very close to her ...