H.R.H.: A Novel [Danielle Steel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In a novel where ancient traditions conflict with reality and the pressures. H.R.H. [Danielle Steel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In a novel where ancient traditions conflict with reality and the pressures of. 28 Aug Poor Christianna, princess of Liechtenstein. Fettered by duty and tradition, her existence is an “achingly boring” slog of ribbon cuttings and state.
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I would have wished for more character growth and a conflict solution which does not include what the author did to reach her goal.
Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. However, Danielle Steel repeats herself throug I have to agree with the other reviews for this one. Not sure daniellr was worth it.
Then, in a shocking turn of events, Christianna must reevaluate every decision she has ever made concerning her royal life. What’s not to love about a clean romance? I really like this book. Aug 15, Meghin Dysinger rated it did not like it. Determined to make a difference in the world, she successfully petitions her father to be danirlle to volunteer for the Red Cross and soon finds herself in East Africa working alongside doctors and other volunteers providing relief services danoelle AIDS victims.
Feb 11, Lindsey rated it did not like it Recommends it for: She then returns home to a life of duty until tragedy strikes and her duty has intensified. Sep 22, Maggie rated it did not like it.
RomanceAroundCorner on Twitter Counter. As stated in other reviews, it was redundant and could have been 50 pages shorter, or more. However, in all fairness, I liked the unusual twist with her father and brother and the ending which still seemed difficult to believe. This book was sanielle and boring through and through and 1-star is even too highly rated. Explore the Home Gift Guide.
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Yes she’s no bigger than an child but is majorly stacked though. Also, it stated that her brother had had quite a bit to drink at dinner. I like standard formula books usually to some degree. Determined to make a difference in the world, she persuades His Royal Highness, her father, to let her volunteer for the Red Cross in East Africa. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. However, Danielle Steel repeats herself throughout the book which becomes somewhat distracting and annoying.
But as violence approaches and invades the camp, and the pressures of her royal life beckon her home, Christianna’s struggle for freedom takes an extraordinary turn.
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A Little Life Hanya Yanagihara. What a gift to anyone that buys one of her books. I felt her love and compass I read “Malice” by Danielle Steel years ago and it was good.
Incoherent, superficial, and completely unremarkable. Nobody cares if she’s there. Those of you who know how fast I read can tell from that number that this book just doesn’t hold my interest.
Steel assumed the reader is forgetful, for those traits are pointed out every time a character makes an appearance. Jun 02, Jennifer rated it it was ok. Sep 28, Carmel rated it did not like it. In a novel where ancient traditions conflict with reality and the pressures of modern life, a young European princess proves that simplicity, courage, and dignity ddanielle the day and forever alter her world.
When a book can make you travel through every known emotion and upon completion clasp that book to your chest wishing for one more page The first book of a compelling series set in one London street in WW2. Your purchase also supports literacy charities.
Those who like princess stories. Showing best matches Show all copies. Determined to make a difference in the world, she persuades His Royal Highness, her father, to let her volunteer for the Red Cross in East Africa.
It was almost as if Danielle Steel took an easy way out to end the book.