If You Love Romance Novels, You'll Love 9 Danielle Steel Books
Attention Danielle Steel fans!
Danielle Steel Novels
Danielle Steel is not only one of the most prolific romance authors ever, but also one of the most prolific writer ever. She's written 165 different books, 141 of which are novels! That's up there with greats like William Shakespeare and Agatha Christie!
Danielle Steel romance novels are beloved to many fans of the genre, and for very good reasons! From sympathy and empathy to dislike to love, her books are able to make readers feel a myriad of different emotions in just a few hundred pages. It's pretty difficult to get through most Danielle Steel romance novels without having an intense emotional response and shedding at least a few tears.
It seems likely that Danielle Steel will be enthralling fans with her novels for years to. If you've never read her novels before and need a place to begin, this list of Danielle Steel romance novels is perfect for you to check out! Find a book that captures your attention - it may just be your next favorite!
1. Silent Night
Paige Watts grew up the daughter of Hollywood royalty. Her own acting dreams never panned out, so she channels them into her daughter, Emma. At nine, Emma is on a hit TV show until tragedy strikes and Emma goes to live with Paige's sister Whitney, a psychiatrist. Whitney drops everything in her life to help her niece, who has lost her memories, her speech, and is terrified of the world around her. With Whitney's help, Emma begins to come back to herself.
2. Beauchamp Hall
Winona Farmington dreams of moving to New York City to get a degree in publishing after she finished college. Instead, she returned to her small hometown in Michigan to take care of her ailing mother. Later, Winnie finds herself in a mediocre relationship, working a dead-end job. The only joy she has in life is watching Beauchamp Hall, a British period drama. After getting passed over for a promotion and being betrayed by her best friend and boyfriend, Winnie impulsively flies to England to the town the show is filmed.
3. Matters of the Heart
Photographer Hope Dunne is most content behind her camera. While she isn't looking for any excitement or a boyfriend, she finds both when gets an assignment to fly to London to photography a celebrated writer. Finn O'Neill lives on an isolated Irish estate and begins romancing Hope as soon as they meet. At first, Hope enjoys the attention, but it doesn't take long for her to begin noticing gaps in his past, lies, and bouts of jealousy. Hope grows scared of the man she love, unsure if she will be able to escape him.
Despite only being 39, director Tallie Jones already has critical and commercial success and award-winning films. She prefers to stay out of the limelight of Los Angeles, living away from it and focusing on her family, her live-in lover who doubles as a producing partner, and her best friend and personal assistant. While working on her latest project, the most ambitious yet, Tallie's perfect world becomes shattered. An audit shows discrepancies in records, leading to the conclusion that someone close to her has stolen a lot of money from her. Tallie discovers that trust may just as fake as the movies she creates.
5. The Right Time
After she was abandoned by her mother when she was seven, Alexandra Winslow finds solace reading mysteries with her father. It isn't long before she begins to write her own, talented beyond her years. Alex is fourteen when her father dies and she goes to live at a convent where the nuns encourage her to pursue her gift. She finishes her first novel during college and manages to find an agent and publisher. It isn't long until Alex is a successful author, writing under the pseudonym Alexander Green. Her double life isolates her, always on the verge of crashing down around her.
6. Blessing in Disguise
Isabelle McAvoy is unlucky in love. When she was just a young intern at an art gallery in Paris, she met a wealthy, older man named Putnam Armstrong. During their enchanted time together at his coastal Normany château, Isabelle becomes pregnant. Knowing they can't marry, she returns to New York and eventually begins a new relationship that turns out to be a big mistake. Now she's a single mother with two young daughters. Unexpectedly, she finds love and has a third daughter, but life happens. Raising her daughters by herself proves a challenge for Isabelle, especially when a past secret comes to light, but it brings them closer than ever.
Blessing in Disguise will be released May 7, 2019.
7. The Dark Side
When Zoe Morgan is a child, she watches her parents care for her sick younger sister until she passes away before eventually divorcing. As a result, Zoe becomes driven and holds herself to an incredible standard as she works at a nonprofit helping disadvantaged children. She eventually falls in love and has a child of her own, determined to be the perfect mother. Haunted by her past, Zoe gets pulled to "the edge of an abyss too terrifying to contemplate" in a race against time.
The Dark Side will be released August 27, 2019.
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