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Five Days in Paris

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  • Posted August 9, 2011

    LOVED!!

    I absolutely loved this book! I've never read any of Danielle Steel's other books, but now I cant wait to start the next one! I was so caught up in Five Days that I was sad to see it end; it was as though a part of me was gone :( . Awesome book! Great love story! I would recommend it to any woman! Even a great book for teenagers too.

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  • Posted July 9, 2011

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    Five Days in Paris is reprint of a mid 1990s entertaining romance

    Wilson-Donovan President Peter Haskell is in Paris staying at the Ritz to review the test of Vicotec, a drug that will make the company billions but more important help people with cancer. The proud honest family man loves his wife and three children, but takes pride in his integrity as the head of a large international pharmaceutical firm.

    Olivia Thatcher's husband Anderson is the U.S. Senator from Virginia. Her spouse has plans for the presidency so though she has been his biggest supporter through the years she knows she will be under a microscope so must be even more diligent. Currently Olivia is staying at the Paris Ritz.

    At the Montmartre, Peter and Olivia meet. They know almost at first sight they should have been together. However, Anderson has offered Olivia a million a year to remain at his side and he has a loving wife and three sons but also could make billions if he lies about the test results

    Five Days in Paris is reprint of a mid 1990s entertaining romance with some suspense as to what the lead couple will do re family and the firm. The thin story line follows the anticipated path without a detour, but fans of Danielle Steel will enjoy the ride.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 2, 2000

    A GOOD SHORT STORY

    This was my first D.S book. It is a cute short story and very romantic. Once again anouther book that you just cant put down. I really enjoyed it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2000

    It's a good a book it

    I am a Danielle Steel reader and I thought this was a good book. I loved some parts. I hated other parts. I recommend this book to almost everyone.

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