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Toxic Bachelors


They were the best of friends and the most daunting of bachelors...Charlie Harrington, a charming, handsome philanthropist, has such high ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.000

non toxic

by soto on Feb 11, 2008

Toxic Bachelors by Danielle steel These three inseparable and attractive friends; each one determined to stay single by different reasons. The three friends take their annual summer Mediterranean booze cruise on Charles's yacht. Back in New York, each ends up crossing paths with a woman who turns his life upside down. After the initial attraction, there are confrontations, challenges and threats to promising relationships. The three find true love with three remarkable women. They must learn that embracing love and commitment may be their riskiest adventure. One by one, they find themselves; falling deeply in love with women they wouldn't even have considered dating. The storytelling format was from the male perspective; new in D.S. stories. I was very pleased with the endings of each man. I believe that she touched the feelings of a lot of men in this world. I have read it, and highly encourage others to do the same. I only wish that more men would read it, Overall it is very good read. I was a dedicated reader of Danielle Steel in her earlier years. I did enjoy the story.


Toxic Bachelors

by vivienne on May 17, 2007

TOXIC BACHELORS I am dedicated reader of Danielle Steel, but I miss the writer that wrote Full Circle, Palomino, and Thurston House. Danielle Steel is a remarkable woman, who has raised 9 children, lost a son to suicide, and does a lot of humanitarian work. BUT in this novel ?Toxic Bachelors? - The writing style is poor and it seems that they forgot to edited the book before publication. The story did not grab or hold me like I have come to expect from a person who is known as, "The world's most popular author." Since the death of her son Nick, I feel that her heart just isn't in it anymore. She has become very predictable, using the same story line, and is simply chucking out books because, she is obligated to by her publishers. Definitely not the Danielle Steel I remember reading all those years ago. I was pregnant with my first child (now 26) when I first picked up one of her books, "Palomino." And since then I became a collector of her novels. As a collector I won?t stop buying her novels, I will percipher and hope that her writing will improve and maybe get back to the outstanding writing of before The book is, about three men who are mean, unlikable, have many flaws and lots excess baggage (toxic) a person almost pities the women who end up with them. Bachelor 1 - Charlie, a rich guy. He lost his parents at a young age, his sister leaves school to raise him, but before he can he graduated from college, she dies. He just can?t find the perfect girl to marry. Also is has a phobia that anyone he gets close to will either leave him or die. Bachelor 2 - Adam, also rich but a huge disappointment to the family. He?s divorced, and his two children live with the ex. He dates girls half his age and never stays with one long, as he has no desire to ever marry again. Bachelor 3 - Gary, a struggling artist. He has no desire to ever marry or date. Once a year the three me on Charlie's yacht, partying and celebrating, the vows of no commitments. But as luck would have it, things chance, one by one, each one falls in love with a women who helps them overcome their phobia about commitments. Overall, I did enjoy the story but it tends to drag on in parts


Reminds me of the toxic bachelors Ive met.

by vettejess2001 on May 7, 2007

Ive read many of Danielle Steel books, but this one I couldnt put the book down. You have these three men who want nothing to do with settling down with any woman in the world and towards the middle of the book you get the unexpected. Where they begin to breakdown their walls and let three woman who they would have never thought they would be with into their hearts. I recommend this book for those who have given up hope in their personal lives about finding the special someone.

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