This book kind of hit home for me because my parents were married for 25 years and my dad had told my mom he wanted a divorce because he met a younger woman. I read this and just visualized how hurt my mom was. This book kind of hit home for me because my parents were married for 25 years and my dad had told my mom he wanted a divorce because he met a younger woman. I read this and just visualized how hurt my mom was. After countless terrible and frightening first dates, naturally she is leary to begin dating a man who is actually "normal".

She feels the youthful energy again and feels much younger and happier but as time goes on, the age difference comes up to the surface.

She discovers how immature and irresponsible was he plus the lots of differences in their ideas and interests.

And even if they don't want kids, they will change their minds by the end and THE MIRACLE OF CHILDBIRTH and/or holding a newborn infant will immediately change their entire personality I read Danielle Steel novels as if I was an anthropologist studying a foreign tribe.

And even if they don't want kids, they will change their minds by the end and THE MIRACLE OF CHILDBIRTH and/or holding a newborn infant will immediately change their entire personality.

I think it's cheesy and her heroine feels weak to me.

I completely lost interest in the novel halfway through and just skim towards the end :) "One can see clearly with the heart.He proposed to her and after along time of thinking she refuses, despite she really loves him, only to avoid future consequences of the age difference.This time she sticks to reason and logical sensibility to plan for her future.Things somet I used to read Danielle Steel books while I was in college, and I loved it because it contains ideas of what life would ideally be: you fall down, you get up and everything else is right again with the world.And the way she tells the story is as if nothing really bad can happen in our world.As with other Danielle Steel novels, it always worked in the end.