By Danielle Steel
A magical transformation happens in Danielle Steel's luminous novel: Strangers turn into roommates, roommates turn into acquaintances, and pals turn into a family members in a turn-of-the-century residence in Manhattan's West Village.
The plumbing was once at risk of leaks, the furnishings rescued from storage revenues. and each sq. inch was once being devotedly restored to its unique splendor--even as a dating fell to items. Now Francesca Thayer, newly separated from her boyfriend, is unexpectedly the only personal loan payer on her Greenwich Village townhouse. The suffering artwork gallery proprietor does the mathematics after which the unbelievable. She places out an commercial for boarders, and shortly her domestic turns into a complete new world.
First comes Eileen, a clean, beautiful L.A. transplant, now a brand new York urban schoolteacher. Then there's Chris, a tender father combating for custody of his seven-year-old son. The...
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He asked, looking back at Anne Marie over his shoulder. She nearly burst out laughing. “Mom’s across the hall from me,” Ellen told him. “Directly across the hall,” Anne Marie said pointedly. Although they’d been dating for several months, their relationship hadn’t gotten physical—not beyond kissing, anyway—although Anne Marie sensed that Mel was interested in taking it further. While Ellen showed him the bedrooms and the other areas of the house, she put the leftover Chinese food in the otherwise empty refrigerator.
Ellen nodded. “I’ll bet there are lots of kids your age in the new neighborhood,” Mel said. Anne Marie hoped that was the case, although she hadn’t seen any. Ellen toyed with her fork and plate, moving the fork around the plate’s circumference. “I like my old neighborhood best,” she muttered. “But it’s a retail one,” Mel said. Ellen looked quizzically at Anne Marie. ” “I like shops. I have friends there. Susannah lets me help her with the flowers in Susannah’s Garden. Last week I stood out front of her store and gave away pink carnations.
Maybe her version of “pumpkin”? In any event, Anne Marie appreciated their relaxed, friendly relationship. When the waitress arrived, they ordered far more food than they’d ever manage to eat. While they waited for their lunch, Mel made conversation with Ellen. “This is perfect weather for Baxter to wear that sweater you knit him,” he said. Ellen had made her own list of twenty wishes, and learning to knit was one of them. Fortunately, Lydia’s yarn shop was only a couple of doors down from the bookstore, and Lydia had encouraged Ellen’s first efforts.