The Danielle Steel machine turns out another novel for her legions of fans who never seem to tire of her formulaic writing. Usually warm and fuzzy, with a dash of angst, this novel reads more complex with multiple characters united in a common goal.
The novel opens with seventeen-year-old Lily Thomas, an Olympic-hopeful skier who, tragically, is injured in a ski lift accident. Her wealthy father stops at nothing to get his daughter the best medical care when the prognosis is bleak.Soon the doctor who cares for Lily, her family, and her friends become an important part of the story, along with the people Lily meets along the road to healing.
Despite the title, this is not about the end result, but the process. Light reading, if not a little saccharine.