In Blessing in Disguise, Danielle Steel’s wise, warm-hearted novel, one among her such a lot unforgettable characters discovers the highs and lows of being a mother to a few very different daughters.
As a young intern at an art gallery in Paris, Isabelle McAvoy meets Putnam Armstrong, rich, gentle, older and secluded from the arena. Her time at his Normandy château is the stuff of dreams, for when she learns she is pregnant, she knows that marriage is out of the question.
Returning to New York, Isabelle enters a new relationship that she hopes shall be more stable but before long she realizes she has made a terrible mistake and once again finds herself a single mother.
With two young daughters Isabelle hastily finds happiness and a love that provides her a third child, a baby as happy as her beloved father. And yet, life brings more change . . .
Her three girls grow as much as be very different women and Isabelle’s relationship with each and every of them is unique. When one final turn of fate brings a past secret to light, it bonds mother and daughters closer, turning a challenge into a blessing.