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Book Name/Tittle:- The Affair by Danielle Steel
Author:- Danielle Steel
Date Of Publish:- 03 March 2021
Short Description:- Steel’s second novel is a pain full journey about who are you and what is the real goal for you to come into the world. The second part of the book is about what you think in order to love. It’s even countable when someone asks about your own choice especially in the case of respectful love. This book is not an easy one to read.
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The book follows two couples, one in New York and one in California. The New York couple, Helen and Scott, have been together for a long time. They have two kids, a school-aged boy, and a newborn daughter. They live in a beautiful Upper West Side apartment. The story begins when former New York City firefighter, Matt Palmer, is asked to deliver a speech at his sister’s wedding.
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Matt has trouble speaking because he is the one who discovered their sister’s husband in bed with another woman. On the day of the wedding, Matt is unable to face his family. Instead, he flees to the Hamptons where he drinks too much and ends up in bed with a man.In the first part of the book, the reader is introduced to the characters and their stories. The reader meets Alicia, a young widow who is trying to come to terms with her husband’s passing.
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The reader also meets Noah, a young lawyer who is trying to come to terms with his own romantic past. The two characters are introduced to each other through the letters they write to each other, which form the basis of the story. The marriage of Helen and Scott is a boring one. They are like two people who can’t stand to be near each other. They fight constantly and there is no passion in their marriage. This does not stop them from having two kids. download The Affair by Danielle Steel pdf for free
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