Property of a Noble Woman by Danielle Steel
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
After a few duds, Property of a Noblewoman feels like a throwback to the more traditional writing style of Danielle Steel. A fun story about a mysterious safety deposit box that goes unclaimed, but when it is opened it is full of some incredible jewelry and a mystery. In true Danielle Steel style, the box and its contents leads a young legal intern and a dealer from Christie's auction house to explore the mysterious owner of the box, finding not only an intriguing story, but finding a romance as well. Danielle Steel stories are not realistic, they are corny and sweet and a fun escape, and Property of a Noblewoman was just that. This story had stereotypical characters, a story line that was fairly obvious, and yet it was still a fun and satisfying read.
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