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Bittersweet India Taylor lived in a world of manicured lawns and neatly maintained calendars With four wonderful children India believed in commitment and sacrifice just as she believed in Doug the man she had

  • Title: Bittersweet
  • Author: Danielle Steel
  • ISBN: 9780440243458
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Bittersweet By Danielle Steel, India Taylor lived in a world of manicured lawns and neatly maintained calendars With four wonderful children, India believed in commitment and sacrifice, just as she believed in Doug, the man she had married seventeen years before She had chosen this life, not the award winning career as a photojournalist she once had, and it was a choice she had never regretted untilIndia Taylor lived in a world of manicured lawns and neatly maintained calendars With four wonderful children, India believed in commitment and sacrifice, just as she believed in Doug, the man she had married seventeen years before She had chosen this life, not the award winning career as a photojournalist she once had, and it was a choice she had never regretted until she began to regret it with all her heart.India couldn t pinpoint the exact moment when the price of the sacrifices she she d made began to seem high But when she met Paul Ward, a Wall Street tycoon married to a bestselling author, India could share her dreams with him, and offer comfort when he suffered a heartbreak of his own India hadn t planned to become Paul s friend, and anything was unthinkable.When Paul urged India to reclaim her career, Doug was adamantly against it, determined to keep her tied to the home But with Paul s encouragement India slowly, painfully, began to break free and find herself again.

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    1. Hadn t read a Danielle Steel in awhile, and this was typical of her writing style Hated the main character s husband and it took half the book to get rid of him By the time she got rid of him, I didn t like her much either

    2. Steel just goes on and on about India wanting to photograph and spending all her time with her kids and seeing Doug for dinner She wants to feel the excitement and the adrenaline rush once again, but nothing happens for a very long time The divorce sets her free She finds a man who supports and undersatnds her.Overall impression nothing happens for too long As a reader i got bored until the divorce occured.

    3. Very slow moving and repetitively frustrating at times, but Steel shows her knowledge of real life situations It was tragic and beautiful Expect to be upset and frustrated until the last third of the book I still enjoyed it immensely despite its speed.

    4. I find this book really boring I was disappointed, cause I expected too much having read Steel s The Promise But all in all, not that bad Just that it s not a page turner.

    5. Bittersweet is the second Steel book that I read, the first one was Irresistible Forces So the story starts off by portraying the life of India Taylor, the photographer Her father was a Pulitzer winning passionate photo journalist in his days.India used to be a very famous photographer 17 years ago However, her husband Doug whose name actually should be spelled Dog had not let her continue on her passion and interestingly enough India had agreed to bury it thinking of her children and her love, [...]

    6. Half way through the book, I was already feeling daunted by the predictable plot and the hackneyed character development In a word, it was a yawn Yet, i still ploughed through the book till the very end.Bittersweet is a tale about a fortysomething homemaker, India, who is a former award winning photojournalist, now happily married to her husband, Dough for 17 years, at least she thought they are They have four happy kids and a regular home life that is admirable to everyone and for 17 years Indi [...]

    7. I can see why Danielle Steel has had so much success as an author This is the first book of hers that I have read and I must say that I was surprised I have seen a lot of her books at used bookstores and have passed them over However, I picked up this one by luck I read the excerpt on the story and I took it home with me It sat on my bookshelf for about 1 year I finally picked it up this week and began to read it A few days later I find myself writing this review.Let me start off by saying that [...]

    8. So India the main character was a very famous photographer 17 years ago and she wants to get back to work but the big trouble is that, the jackass she calls husband, Doug, dont let her.This is the first book of Danielle Steel that i read and i have to said that im a little bit dissapointed.When I first started reading, I read one review that said India was the bravest heroin that she ever read before hell no.So i started reading the book and are fifty pages for her to ask for permission from her [...]

    9. Pleasant enough but a little short on romance India is a nice enough heroine, but her husband is such a one dimensional jerk it s hard to believe she was married to him for fourteen years Paul Ward is a nice enough hero, but I wish there was romance and less angsting about the death of his first wife in a plane crash Serena was actually a much interesting character than Paul or India either for that matter Also given that India sees herself as a wife and mother first and a career woman second, [...]

    10. Bittersweet was the first book I had read from Danielle Steel and was something I really enjoyed It was easy to read and very interesting The characters were amazing, each brought an emotion out of me ranging from love to hatred The story flowed nicely and not once was I bored Very well written, I have to say that this was a great book to start on when new to her stories I enjoyed every bit of it and can only hope I ll feel the same way about her other stories.

    11. Danielle Steel is my favourite author, however the books i read from her the i found that she repeats herself a lot and that gets on my nerves She keeps coming back to the same thoughts and feelings over and over again I don t know weather it s to make sure we get how the character is feeling no need to drive it home so often in my opinion or that s just how she writes

    12. Certainly not one of her better books, far too much discussion about their feelings and the samethings said over and over It was nice that the main character wasn t a lawyer as Danielle tends to use the same occupations and locations repeatedly.How is it that the female characters can survive on just a coffee

    13. Not normally one to read this genre, a moment of desperation at my daughter s ballet lesson coerced me into picking it up Ugh, I wish I hadn t The book drove me crazy I hated the main character by the end of the book She became completely self absorbed despite complaining her husband did the same thing Don t read this book You ll be left with a feeling of rot growing inside of yourself.

    14. No, no, no I did not like this book AT ALL It was just, very, lame I didn t buy any of the events that happened Waste of time I feel bad because I have never been critical with a book before.oh well

    15. This book was okay Just okay It seemed to drag on and on as India and Doug fought chapter after chapter about her wanting to work again The ending was really nice though.

    16. India Taylor had worked in the Peace Corps and met Doug, her husband, in Costa Rica The Peace Corps had been in her blood where for Doug it was something exciting to do before real life began She had remained in Central and South America after Doug went back to the States She had accepted assignments in Asia and Africa too She was a photojournalist as her father had been Her father was killed when India was 15 He had been on assignment in Da Nang a year after he had won a Pulitzer Prize for his [...]

    17. Tras haberla finalizado, me quedo con las mismas palabras que me conquistaron antes de empezar a leerla, esas que aparecen antes de iniciarse la novela Jam s aceptes algo inferior a tus sue os En alg n sitio y momento, alg n d a y de alguna manera los encontrar s Esta novela nos deja con frecuencia el mensaje de que no permitamos que nada ni nadie domine nuestras vidas, porque no pertenecemos a nadie Somos personas independientes que, aunque vinculadas con otras, tenemos sue os y metas personale [...]

    18. Interesting tale of India, a suburban Mom, and her family She was the daughter of a famous photographer who lost his life on a film shoot She followed his path until she gave it all up for marriage This novel revolves around the collapse of her marriage and the path she chooses Interesting tale.

    19. Dulce y amargoBuena ,habla sobre sue os que uno no realiza por esta o otra razon, sobre la importancia de realizarlos ,sobre el dolor de la p rdida pero sobre todo de la importancia del verdadero amor.habla que la vida te quita ,desiluciones ,l grimas pero tambi n habla sobre sue os ,amor, alegr as y ganancias.lo recomiendo a mi me a gustado.

    20. It was okay I remember now why I stopped reading these kinds of authors books years agojust too predictable and I didn t like the main character enough to totally engross myself in the story Oh well.

    21. Ibland beh ver jag l sa Danielle Steel, hon r l ttl st och f r en att gl mma bort tiden och sina egna bekymmer f r stunden Bitterljuvt gjorde mig inte besviken, romantik, problem och ett gott slut.

    22. Was glad to see the evolution of the main character From a person who let her husband control her to one that could stand on her own feet and take back her career and life by the end of the book And there was a happy ending Which isn t always the case in a Danielle Steele book.

    23. BiterweetI thought this was one of Danielle steels very bet books It really expressed feelings and the joys and heartaches of life it was the kind of novel that made me think about what is really important

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