The CasteBook - 2018
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Once again, Danielle Steele has written a gently paced story about a professional woman who overcomes many trials as she shifts careers and navigates changes in the lives of her grown children and ponders trying again at finding love. Kait Whittier is the successful writer of the "Ask Kait" advice column in a popular magazine. When she pens a story that mirrors the life of her beloved and very successful grandmother and sends it an agent acquaintance who views it as magical her life takes a dramatic turn. The story is to be turned into a TV series; the Wilder Women who puncture the glass ceiling in the field of aviation in the 1940s and 50s. In addition to the deep bond Kait has with her three grown children, she builds an extended family with the colorful Hollywood stars who are tapped to play roles in the series. Inevitably, the lives of the stars are as complex as those of her children with elements of tragedy impacted both while love creeps in from one of the series stars. While the formula is familiar, Steele does have a way of connecting the reader to the characters in her stories and The Cast is no exception.
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