Review published on September 24, 2017.
Alexandra Walker, or Alex as she is known, lives with her father after her mother walked out on the family in search of the partying lifestyle she craved. Alex takes comfort in the crime stories she reads with her dad. In fact, it’s this love of crime stories that inspires Alex to become a writer. She is happy until her the death of her father when, having no family left, Alex moves into a convent, where the nuns eventually become her family. She continues writing under a pseudonym, choosing a male name to hide her identity, and she becomes a worldwide success. But will she be able to keep her identity hidden forever?
Danielle Steel’s latest book is a real page turner, a book where you actually want to read the made up books that Alex writes. Once again, Danielle Steel has her readers eating out of her hand!
Angie Rhodes 5/5
The Right Time by Danielle Steel
Macmillan 9781509800308 hbk Sep 2017
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