Genre - Fiction
After losing her son to cancer, Melissa Henderson has become a loner. She was once a bestselling author, but now has given up that lucrative career. Right now, her sole focus is restoring her own home.
Right then a wildfire breaks out unexpectedly and threatens to demolish her home. This appears on the news and thus reaches her sister Hattie. Hattie reaches out in an effort to restore their relationship.
Hattie knows that Melissa became pregnant at sixteen and was forced to give up her daughter for adoption.
Presently, the sisters decide to track down the once given away daughter.
This is a story that talks about the importance of family in human life. The unexpected twists and turns help us understand why Danielle Steele is one of the best writers today.
The characters are well written and are introduced at the right time to give us a good grip of the story.
On the flip side, a lot of repetition makes it a bit difficult to concentrate. In addition, it is relatively slow in the beginning and test our patience to kick off.
Overall, this may not be Danielle Steele's best novel ever but still it is a good, interesting read.