Dating Game by Danielle Steel - Penguin Books Australia
Get this from a library! Dating game. [Danielle Steel] -- When her husband of twenty-four years unexpectedly divorces her, a devastated Paris Armstrong. Dating Game has ratings and reviews. Allison Ann said: I read Danielle Steel novels as if I was an anthropologist studying a foreign tribe. Danielle Fernandes Dominique Schuelein-Steel (born August 14, ) is an American writer, .. Big Girl · Family Ties · Hotel Vendome · Betrayal · Friends Forever · Undercover · Dangerous Games · Against All Odds. Adaptations. The Promise.
POWER couple, get it? Five Days In Paris A man becomes dissatisfied with life in the present after repeated trips back in time to hobnob it up in roaring 20s Paris Malice What the publisher's synopses don't tell you is, how much violence against women are in these fluffy popcorn books. Special Delivery A widower and an aging playboy find love in the least likely of places—their 50s!
Then they find a child in her vagina. The Ghost A lonely architect rents a remote, lakeside chateau, where he falls in love with a year old lady-ghost that cusses like a sailor.
The Long Road Home A shitty life provides fodder for a young writer: She's beat by her mom, knocked up by a suicidal priest, and dates a guy who kills her mentor. The Klone and I Steel explores two new genres at once—science fiction and comedy—in this hilarious love triangle between man, woman and klone with a K!
Mirror Image A novel based on the famous optical illusion Rubin's Vase—is it a piece of objet d'art or two hot chicks who happen to be sisters making out? Bittersweet Interchangeable female character faces hardship at the hands of some male jerk, possibly in a period setting. Granny Dan What if you found out your grandmother had a secret past—a life as a Danielle Steel protagonist? This is that story.
Irresistible Forces Steel's life-affirmingest novel yet is very much about the tides of our times, if our times were the s. Jncos and Cross Colours abound. The Wedding What, does she just pick characters and plot points from her previous books out of a hat? This is getting tough. Journey Another anchorwoman! Another kind-hearted stranger from the past. Leap Of Faith The one where Steve Martin plays a televangelist who gets more than he bargains for when he tries to rook a small Kansas town.
The Kiss If you so much as kiss someone other than your spouse, you will instantly get run over by a double-decker bus. The Cottage An aging male star opens his home and his heart when he is forced to rent his Hollywood fuck pad. A very platonic story of male friendship. Tropez Three couples, best friends, decide to go troppo like George Harrison after the wife of The Cure lead singer Robert Smith dies.
Answered Prayers Over a decade to go. Dating Game After a surprise divorce, a woman moves West because "there's gold in them thar hills. Johnny Angle Two rays sharing a common endpoint are involved in a tragic prom night car accident. Safe Harbour Tragedy strikes and a life is rebuilt within a cozy British body of water along the shore situated to provide protection from wind and wave.
Ransom Airline owner Tom Mullen turns the table on his son's kidnappers by making the ransom a bounty on their heads—which he announces on national TV.
Second Chance Enough shit happens in the first third to constitute an entire novel, then the thing goes off the rails and on for hundreds of pages. Echoes Coincidentally syncs with Kubrick's Two steps forward, two steps back. Yuppie falls for hippie cuz opposites attract.
Danielle Steel - Wikipedia
Steel's first "natural fact" novel. The House Norm from Cheers and six little girls move into his aunt's haunted house in the Japanese countryside.
Coming Out Gay men with horrible taste in literature, Danielle Steel has finally written a book for you. Sisters Do yourself a favor, tear out all the pages from your other D. The plot will be just as coherent.
Bungalow 2 The sequel nobody wanted—to a book that was never published! Amazing Grace Steel misses a Golden Gate opportunity to name one of the zillion protagonists in this book Grace. I bet one of them has a baby named Grace. Within days, Peter was gone. And Paris was left to figure out how she intended to get through the next day, let alone the rest of her life. The task could not have been more painful. First came the tears.
Then the excruciating attempts by well- meaning friends to "fix her up" with men who paled in comparison to Peter. Worse yet, she still loved him.
Finally, Paris realized she was in a fight for her very survival. Drastic measures were called for.
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He suggested she write a book, which she did. She later moved to San Francisco, and worked as a copywriter for Grey Advertising. First novel, second and third marriages[ edit ] Her first novel, Going Homewas published in The novel contained many of the themes that her writing would become well known for, including a focus on family issues and human relationships.
The heroine of Going Home was a divorced single mother. Steel and Lazard divorced in While still married to Lazard, Steel met Danny Zugelder while interviewing an inmate in a prison near Lompoc, Californiawhere Zugelder was also incarcerated.
He moved in with Steel when he was paroled in Junebut returned to prison in early on robbery and rape charges. After receiving her divorce from Lazard inshe married Zugelder in the prison canteen. She divorced him inbut the relationship spawned Passion's Promise and Now and Foreverthe two novels that launched her career. She was already eight months pregnant with his child. 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.
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.