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With the success of her fourth book, The Promise, she became a participant in San Francisco high society while Toth, a former drug addict, was left out.
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They divorced in March Fame and fourth marriage[ edit ] Steel married for the fourth time into vintner John Traina. Together they had an additional five children, Samantha April 14,Victoria September 5,Vanessa  December 18,a fashion stylist, Maxx February 10, and Zara September 26, Inshe was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for having a book on the New York Times Bestseller List for the most consecutive weeks of any author— consecutive weeks at that time.
Having a Baby was published in and featured a chapter by Steel about suffering through miscarriage. These books, known as the "Max and Martha" series, aim to help children face real life problems: In addition, Steel has authored the "Freddie" series.
These four books address other real life situations: This order was confirmed by a California Appellate Judge, who ruled that because Steel was famous, her son's adoption did not have the same privacy right,  and the book was allowed to be published.
Traina was the lead singer of San Francisco punk bands Link 80 and Knowledge. Proceeds of the book, which reached the New York Times Non-Fiction Bestseller List  were used to found the Nick Traina Foundation, which Steel runs, to fund organizations dedicated to treating mental illness. Fifth marriage and continued success[ edit ] Steel married for a fifth time, to Silicon Valley financier Thomas James Perkinsbut the marriage ended after four years in After years of near-constant writing, in Steel opened an art gallery in San Francisco, Steel Gallery, which showed contemporary work and exhibited the paintings and sculptures of emerging artists.
The gallery closed in InSteel was decorated by the French government as an Officier of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettresfor her contributions to world culture. She has additionally received: Induction into the California Hall of FameDecember Mary's Medical Center, November Danielle Steel's longtime residence in San Francisco, built in as the mansion of sugar tycoon Adolph B.
Spreckels Steel's longtime residence was in San Francisco but she now spends most of her time at a second home in Paris. Many of her characters are considered over-the-top, making her books seem less realistic. Also, there are claims that her popular story lines are based from the events of her life, such as having two ex-con ex-husbands and other events that she kept hidden from the public. Her later heroines tend to be stronger and more authoritative, who, if they do not receive the level of respect and attention they desire from a man, move on to a new life.
There, in the heart of the First World War, in a groundbreaking field hospital run by women, Annabelle finds her true calling, working as an ambulance medic on the front lines, studying medicine, saving lives. And when the war ends, Annabelle begins a new life in Paris - now a doctor, a mother, her past almost forgotten. Finding strength in the most unlikely of friendships, pulling together the broken fragments of her life, Annabelle will return to New York one more time - this time as a changed woman, a woman of substance, infused with life's experience, building a future filled with hope.
Filled with breathtaking images and historical detail, Danielle Steel's new novel introduces one of her most unique and fascinating characters: Annabelle Worthington, a remarkable woman, a good woman, a true survivor who triumphs against overwhelming odds.
For Annabelle's story is more than compelling fiction, it is a powerful celebration of life, dignity, and courage - and a testament to the human will to survive.
Full Circle The s. Tana Roberts comes of age in this turbulent decade, and begins a journey that will lead her from New York to the South during the heat of racial unrest. A thoroughly modern young woman, she yearns for a career and is willing to sacrifice everything to get it. And it's only much later that Tana discovers that she can have it all.
And peace of mind.
As she comes of age, at last, and comes full circle. Her parents are disappointed by their daughter's looks. Later in life, the one thing Victoria knows is that she has to get as far away from home as possible and, after college in Chicago which her parents disapprove ofshe moves to New York City. Landing her dream job as a high school teacher, Victoria finds joy and excitement working with her students by day--and by night continues to wage war on her weight among the sleek and buff at Manhattan's fitness clubs.
Victoria keeps a lifeline open to her family through her close relationship with her sister Gracie. For though they can't be more different the two sisters love each other unconditionally.
By contrast her parents, though across the country, still have an emotional hold on Victoria and instinctively seem to know just what to say to bring her down. Victoria knows she has been a disappointment to them all her life. No matter what she does, she can never win their approval. When Grace announces her engagement to a man who is an exact replica of their handsome, materialistic, narcissistic father Victoria cannot help but feel even more ostracized, and like a failure once again.
Ahead is a challenge and a risk: Big girl or not, she is a gem! Despite his success he grows increasingly disenchanted with his existence - until five-year-old Jane O'Reilly gets lost in the store, and Bernie meets her mother. Five days in Paris A story of honour, commitment, love and integrity, and of finding hope again.
On the night of a bomb threat in Paris, two Americans from different worlds meet at the Ritz. Peter Haskell is president of a major pharmaceutical empire, and Olivia Thatcher is unhappily married to a leading senator.
But in another time, another place, there had been dancing, people, laughter, love She was the cherished grandmother who sang songs in Russian, loved to roller skate, and spoke little of her past. But when Granny Dan died, all that remained was a box wrapped in brown paper.
Inside, an old pair of satin ballet shoes, a gold locket, and a stack of letters tied with ribbon.
It was her legacy, a secret past, waiting to be discovered by the granddaughter who loved her but never really knew her. It was a story waiting to be told. The year was A motherless young girl arrived at ballet school in St Petersburg. By the age of seventeen Danina Petrovskova was forced to make a heartbreaking choice - as the world around her was about to change forever. In this extraordinary novel a simple box, filled with mementos from a grandmother, offers a long-forgotten history of youth and beauty, love and dreams.
Bill Thigpen had his finger on the heartbeat of America as writer and producer of a popular TV drama. He was so busy watching his career soar that he never noticed his marriage collapse - until it was too late. Now, nine years later, he believed his life to be in perfect balance. Adrian Townsend thought she had everything: It was an enviable life - the American Dream. Until she got pregnant, and Steven gave his ultimatum.
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Him or the baby. Bill and Adrian meet by chance, and are irrevocably drawn to each other. And as their friendship deepens into love, as they meet the obstacles that life presents, Danielle Steel touches the Heartbeat of two wonderful people in a challenging modern-day relationship. But to Swiss-born Hugues Martin, a young, ambitious hotelier trained in the most illustrious European traditions, it is a rough diamond, tucked away on a quiet, perfectly situated Manhattan street.
After begging and borrowing every penny he can scrape together, Hugues purchases the building - and transforms it into one of the world's finest luxury hotels. But when his wife runs off with a notorious rock star, Hugues is suddenly a single parent to four-year-old Heloise - who will grow up happily regardless, amid a fascinating milieu of celebrities, socialites, politicians, world travelers, and the countless hotel employees who all adore her.
As the years pass, Hugues and the hotel are the center of Heloise's life, a universe of unexpected mysteries and pleasures, crises and celebrations that make every day magical.
New challenges mark her way: But in her 63rd bestselling novel, Danielle Steel proves that when two hopelessly mismatched people share a love for art, a p assion for each other, and a city like Paris, nothing is truly impossible. With unerring insight into the hearts of men and women-and into the soul of the artist -Danielle Steel takes us into a world of glamour and genius, priceless art and dazzling creativity.
With brilliant color and breathtaking emotion, Danielle Steel has written her most compelling novel to date. For fourteen years, Steve and Meredith Whitman have sustained a marriage of passion and friendship, despite the demands of two all-consuming careers.
Meredith is a top investment banker, Steve is a gifted physician - the only thing missing in their life is children. Steve longs for them. But Meredith keeps putting off motherhood, and now she has been offered an extraordinary job opportunity in San Francisco, three thousand miles away. Steve urges her to accept, saying that he's more than happy to uproot himself and will join her as soon as he can find a new job himself.
Perhaps in California, he hopes, they can begin a family at last. Neither Steve nor Meredith had reckoned on a prolonged separation, but Steve's job keeps him in New York for months longer than planned.
Weekends together fall prey to their hectic schedules. Alone in San Francisco, Meredith is spending long hours at the office with her boss, charismatic entrepreneur Callan Dow. Steve is working late shifts at the hospital, grabbing an occasional dinner with a new female colleague.
Almost unnoticed, Steve and Meredith have begun living separate lives, and irresistible forces start to tear their lives and hearts apart. With unerring insight, Danielle Steel explores what happens when lives that fit together like delicately balanced puzzles are shifted, changed and drift apart.
Who survives, and if love survives, is at the core of Irresistible Forces. On the eve of Sarah Whitfield's 75th birthday, she stands at the window of her chateau in France, waiting for her family to join her.
Her memories take her back to the s in New York, to her early marriage and subsequent shameful divorce. She is persuaded by her parents to join them on a trip abroad in the growing turmoil of pre-war Europe. There she meets William, Duke of Whitfield. Older than Sarah, and fourteenth in line to the British throne, he sparks her intellectual curiosity and makes her laugh.
They make their home in a beautiful crumbling French chateau until they are parted by the war. Afterwards they are able to return to the chateau and establish the jewel collection which leads to the House of Whitfield, jewellers to the crowned heads of all Europe. Together they produce a family of four, each of whom is drawn into the family business. Jewels is the story of a great house of gems, a rare family, and an extraordinary marriage.
Once again, Danielle Steel explores the lives of people facing challenges we recognise as our own, against the backdrop of war, passion and international intrigue. With a word or a smile, seventeen-year-old Johnny Peterson could light up a room, fill his mother's heart with pride, and inspire the best in those around him. A star athlete and class valedictorian, tall, lanky Johnny had a future filled with promise - until he stepped into a car on prom night, dazzling in his rented tux, and in an instant, it was all taken away.
In the months that follow, Johnny's family and high school sweetheart, Becky, struggle to put together the pieces of their shattered lives. No one is more devastated than Johnny's mother, Alice, whose oldest son owned her heart from the day he was born. But amid the heartache, something miraculous is about to happen to the Peterson family, something that will alter the course of each of their lives.
When a sudden illness sends Alice to the hospital, a glorious vision comes to her in her dreams. There, standing before her, is Johnny himself, with that familiar twinkle in his eye, gently urging his bewildered mother to be strong for her splintered family. For Alice, seeing her marvelous lost boy is a miracle she can't quite believe but is more than willing to embrace. In the weeks to come, Johnny will appear in the most unlikely places, visible only to the two people who need him most: Through a season of hope and healing, Johnny will walk by his mother's side, leaving miracles in his wake, leading his parents, his girlfriend, his sister, and his brother out of their grief.
But as Alice is about to discover, Johnny has returned not just to help those he loves, but to uncover a purpose even he cannot comprehend - one that will change them all forever. An unforgettable story of loving and letting go, of mixed blessings and second chances, Johnny Angel is a celebration of life, hope, and forgiveness. It will make you laugh and cry Journey A novel about hope, and change, and daring to be free.
Everyone in Washington knows Madeleine and Jack Hunter. Maddy is an award-winning TV anchorwoman, and Jack is the head of her network and an adviser to the President on media issues.
To the world, theirs is a storybook marriage. But behind the locked doors of their home, the woman the nation idolises lives in degradation and fear.