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When I had gotten almost to the half way point of this book, I was ready to thrown in the towel. Over and over again, she talks about what an overachiever Timmie is, blah, blah. Than just as I'm about to give up, things start to change. The first part was meeting the French doctor. That happened in the beginning,seemed to be forgotten about and it wasn't until much later in the book where there many twists, turns, and bumps in the roads.
It was a good book, I just wish Ms. Steel didn't take so long getting there.
It really could have been much shorter. I was so tired of hearing about how it wasn't going to work with Zack.
We knew that in the beginning, why did it take so long for them to break up? But then towards the end when things starting speeding up, and the most shocking thing of all happened, I couldn't put it down. I won't say what happened so I don't ruin the book for others that have not read it yet. But it was pretty amazing. And I loved the ending! I too, like many others on here, like the Danielle Steel of old.
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The best book I think she ever wrote was 'The Ring'. That was so real. Taking us with her on these wonderful places is great, but it gets old. Still, as I said toward the end of 'First Sight', I couldn't put it down. One person found this helpful. Very early on, in my reading of this book, I asked myself why, why am I bothering to read another Danielle Steel book.
My answer is I guess I keep hoping, hoping that she will write like she did in books like "Message from Nam", "Zoya" and "Thurston House".
Or perhaps my taste in books has evolved and grown up. I found this book tedious, especially in the beginning. It took approximately the first 67 pages, to lay down the foundation, background, thoughts and motivation before we saw some forward motion toward a story about the protagonist, Timmie O'Neill.
And then, once there was a bit of forward motion to something akin to a storyline, it was back to not much action shortly after that until about page or so. Timmie works so hard and furious that she will make the average career woman feel like a sloth.
I cannot imagine, how this fast paced woman will make the average stay-at-home mom or homemaker feel. After losing her husband, 11 years prior, Timmie has had relationships with "pretty boys", who apparently keep her entertained and use her, until she has had enough of the arm candy, they provide.
But, she really does not need arm candy, as she rarely lives the fast and glamorous life.
While in Paris for fashion show week, Timmie is in need of a doctor and calls upon a recommendation given her by a friend. In walks the charming and handsome Dr. Jean-Charles Vernier.
At some point, a long distance romance begins to develop between the two. But, that gets derailed when Jean-Charles cannot disengage himself from his dead marriage, due to a number of tragedies. All this delay, sounds like the truth Timmie's assistant, Jade, was preaching about the promises made by married men to leave their wives.
There is a thread of a story line in this book. However, it is bogged down by the long monologues, the thoughts and the constant repetition of the thoughts, background and history. And, the main character, Timmie O'Neill is just so much larger than life, from her ashes to success story, to her incredible, driving work ethic, that she is simply not believable.
When there actually is a story line present, it is enjoyable. But, otherwise, the book is tedious.
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If you are a Danielle Steel fan, I suspect you will read this book, hoping that she will write, like she used to in her earlier works. Now, it simply feels as if she has a formula for churning out new books on a rather rapid basis. All that changes are character names, places and a bit of the story line. But, otherwise it is a formula readers have seen before.
Or, perhaps, I just have a fond memory of her earlier works, and my taste in literature has evolved beyond what Danielle Steel provides. If you can get past the repetition and the long monologues and thought descriptions, I guess, what you will find is a modern day fairytale. Hardcover Verified Purchase. The first portion of the book was meaty enough like it usually is, with insight to other characters, locational scenery, traveling to Paris and all that entails, the usual richies pandering about amongst the wealthy, etc.
Who wants to listen to a woman whine and carry on about her affair with a married man from another continent who won't leave his wife? While her best buddy keeps saying "I told you so!!