Dating game by danielle steel
Her formula is fairly consistent, often involving rich families facing a crisis, threatened by dark elements such as prison, fraud, blackmail and suicide.
Steel has also published children's fiction and poetry, as well as raising funds for the treatment of mental disorders.
To survive, she will need all her resources—and one bold stroke of fortune.
Unable to secure employment without references or connections, Angélique desperately makes her way to Paris, where she rescues a young woman fleeing an abusive madam—and suddenly sees a possibility: Open an elegant house of pleasure that will protect its women and serve only the best clients.
Based in California for most of her career, Steel has produced several books a year, often juggling up to five projects at once.
Despite "a resounding lack of critical acclaim" (Publishers Weekly),.
Her books have been translated into 43 languages, Steel was born Danielle Fernandes Dominique Schuelein-Steel in New York City, the only child of Norma da Câmara Stone dos Reis and John Schulein-Steel.
Her father was a German Jewish immigrant, a descendant of owners of Löwenbräu beer.
With her daughter in college, and working alongside cameraman Ben Chapman, a deeply private ex–Navy SEAL, Alix revels in the risks and whirlwind pace of her work.Which is why I took the liberty of summarizing every one of her 100 plus novels. 1 Brooklyn, Thuglit, Dark Moon Digest, Pantheon Magazine, and multiple print anthologies. I'm not a Danielle Steel fan, but there are enough out there that she's sold 800 million books--and that's okay.You could have fun with a project like this without being so brazenly dismissive of an entire genre.Olympia Foster is the fragile, reclusive widow of America’s most admired senator, who had been destined for the presidency before an assassin’s bullet felled him.Since then, Olympia has found emotional support in Clark, who once wanted her as his wife and now stands as her protector and confidant.