The Kiss

Delacorte Press, 1987 - 610 páginas
Exquisite Isabelle Forrester, the lonely wife of a cold Parisian banker, allows herself one secret pleasure; a soul-satisfying transatlantic friendship with an American man. Like Isabelle, Washington, D.C., power broker Bill Robinson is trapped in an empty marriage. Their relationship is a lifeline that keeps them sane through the heartaches of the marriages they can not leave. After years of friendship, the two agree to meet for a few innocent days in London. Then on a warm evening, after a magical night of dancing and champagne, the couple share their first, searching kiss. For a moment the world stands still. Then, in a flash of metal and glass, their dream is shattered as their limousine is struck at full speed, crushed under the weight of a double decker bus. What happens next is a moving testament to the fragility of life ... a journey toward hope and the unexpected possibilities of an infinite future ...

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As always her books are a good read. I have been reading Danelle Steel for many years and am waiting for her newest book to come out. Leer comentario completo


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Another morbid melodrama from Steel (Journey, 2000, etc.), this one featuring a lonely wife who finds love in the arms of another man.Isabelle Forrester has stayed married to Gordon, her loathsome ... Leer comentario completo

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