Eve, who fell in love with a singer, was innocent and then knowledgeable beyond her years.
Freddy, the youngest daughter, dreamt of flying at an early age, and followed her dreams.
Delphine, the older daughter, gave French films a new star.
These 3 women are weaved together in a tale that spans generations and loves.
This isn't my favorite Judith Krantz book, but it is still a good read.
I like the story of Eve (known as Maddy in her singing career) a lot. The story of Freddy and her pilot years is not as happy because I long for Mac's return, and then cry later. Delphine isn't as interesting to me, nor is Bruno; he's not very nice.
I like the family dynamics of this story; add in Annie, the only girl grandchild, and it gets more interesting!
posted August 25, 2003
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