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A Note from Danielle for April ‘14
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  A Note from Danielle for April ‘14
Dear Friends, April Fool’s has always been a big deal in my big family, so the month always begins in a challenging way for us. My children have outdone each other tricking me, and scaring the daylights out of me, for many years—”Hi, Mom, I’m in jail”…”I’m pregnant”…”I got kicked out of school”. It would take [...] Read more
 
A Note from Danielle for March ‘14
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  A Note from Danielle for March ‘14
Dear Friends, There are some nice dates in March. Mardi Gras can be exciting, and fabulous in various parts of the world: New Orleans, Venice, and Brazil. And St. Patrick’s Day for anyone with Irish ancestry. I can never justify celebrating St. Patrick’s Day since no one in my family is Irish, but it seems like [...] Read more
 
A Note from Danielle for February ‘14
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  A Note from Danielle for February ‘14
Dear Friends, There are all sorts of holidays in February: Groundhog Day, which is supposed to be some kind of prelude to spring, I think; Presidents’ Day, which gives us a long weekend; and of course—Valentine’s Day, which is one of those dicey days like New Year’s Eve. It’s either fabulous and thrilling, or disappointing or [...] Read more
 
A Note from Danielle for January ‘14
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  A Note from Danielle for January ‘14
Dear Friends, January is such a great month to tuck oneself in (assuming you live in cold weather, and lucky you if not!) and recover from the holidays. Holidays can be exhausting and stressful, with or without family, and for me, everything winds down in January. Last year, I tripped over a suitcase on Christmas morning and [...] Read more
 
A Note from Danielle for December ‘13
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  A Note from Danielle for December ‘13
Dear Friends, December always feels like the reward for the rest of the year. And despite the challenges, I love the holidays. My kids come home, we put up a tree, we bake brownies for friends, and have an old-fashioned traditional Christmas. Any holiday can be difficult, and often underlines what we don’t have as much [...] Read more
 
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Power Play

Power Play

In Northern California two successful CEOs are both indispensable to their growing companies’ futures. Both are brilliant at the power game. But the difference between them is huge. One is a man, the other a woman. In this riveting novel, Danielle Steel explores what that means as she takes readers into the rarefied world of those at the pinnacle of international business and reveals the irrevocable choices they make, what drives them, and how others perceive them. The heady drug of power impacts everything they do.
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