Daddy's Girls
Danielle Steel
Price  450.00
Set in the dramatic Santa Ynez Valley in California, Daddy’s Girls is a heartwarming family novel from the world’s favourite storyteller, Danielle Steel. Three sisters are inspired by a father who has done everything he can to give them the life he never had. But when tragedy strikes, can they come together to overcome the bad times and succeed as their father’s daughters? Kate, Gemma and Caroline Tucker have grown up to be three very different women but with a bond that only sisters experience. What they all have in common is an unfailing admiration for their father, Jimmy, who, through sheer ambition and hard work, brought them from Texas when their mother left under mysterious circumstances and raised them to enjoy a good life on their now-successful ranch in California’s beautiful Santa Ynez Valley. Above all, he taught them to follow their dreams. Kate, as a talented horsewoman, was born to take over the ranch, while Gemma escaped the Valley for a new life in Hollywood and is now the star of a major long-running TV drama. Caroline left for university to study law and is now married to a wealthy businessman in Marin County and has two children. When tragedy strikes, family secrets are revealed, and the three girls have to face some tough and heartbreaking decisions. But they face the crises together and discover that sometimes you have to go through the clouds to find the sun. Ultimately, they come to recognize that they are their father’s daughters and they understand the special gift he gave them.
ISBN 9781509878246Category FictionSubcategory General Fiction
Publisher Pan Macmillan UKImprint PanPublished 10/06/2021
Format B FormatBinding PaperbackPage extent 288
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