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    Loved!!

    This is a book that I read in one evening, I could not put it down. Isabelle has three daughters, all by different men. Two of whom she was married to, but she ended up raising the three girls by herself when her second husband died. Each girl is very different from each other and went their own ways as adults, until a crisis brings them back together. This is a well written book that pulled me from the very first chapter. Isabelle is a very strong independent woman that has done well for herself. Loved how the daughters were so different from each other but came together when needed. I highly recommend this book.
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    A wonderful way to spend an afternoon

    Blessing in Disguise is an intriguing tale. Isabelle McAvoy has led a unique life with her father and, thanks to his influence, pursues a degree in art history. Her degree and appreciation of art is what leads to her three very different men. I enjoyed the descriptions of the art in this book. Can you imagine being able to work with valuable, gorgeous paintings every day? The three men in Isabelle’s life are as different as Isabelle’s three daughters. Theo helps the underprivileged in India, Xela uses her MBA to come up with various business ventures in order to make it big and get rich, while Oona is happily married and lives in Tuscany with her husband and three children. I thought Blessing in Disguise was well-written and it proceeded at a steady pace. Danielle Steel has a fluid writing style that engages the reader. Blessing in Disguise begins with Isabelle in her 60s reflecting on her three girls and how she met their birth fathers. Isabelle and her family go through life facing their challenges head on and celebrating their successes. I like the strong female characters that are not without their flaws. While there are some expected elements in Blessing in Disguise, it did not detract from my reading pleasure. My favorite quote from the novel is “the good thing would never have happened without the bad thing first” which makes it “a blessing in disguise”. Reading a Blessing in Disguise is a wonderful way to spend a Saturday afternoon escaping from the world.
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    Very good!

    Danielle Steel books are always an easy read and no difference with this one couldn’t put it down. Loved it!!!
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    Great

    the ups and downs of life. always enjoy this authors books. liked it all.
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    Loved it

    Great had me crying laughing. It was typical Danielle Steel. Good read!!
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