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February 4, 2016




Ginny Carter was once a rising star in TV news, married, with a three-year-old son and a full and happy life – until her whole world dissolved on a free way in a single instant. In the aftermath, she somehow pieces her life back together, but struggles to truly find meaning in her existence.
Then, on the anniversary of the fateful accident, she meets a boy who will cause her life to change forever yet again. Thirteen-year-old Blue Williams has been living on the streets, rarely attending school, and utterly alone. Ginny reaches out to him, and slowly, their friendship grows. The two form an unusual bond and become the family they each lost.
But just as he is truly beginning to trust her, she learns he has been hiding a shocking secret. Ginny wonders if she can help Blue to feel whole again, and at the same time heal herself.
He had the bluest eyes she’d ever seen, in a sweet, still childish face that gazed at her full of innocence. It felt as though their paths had been meant to cross that night.
Blue is an emotionally gripping story of dark secrets revealed, second chances, and the power of love and courage to overcome life’s greatest challenges.
My Review
A must buy, must read. Danielle Steel is one my top favourite writers. I guarantee that this story will touch your heart and keeping you turning the pages. I just loved this story about a homeless boy. Ginny Carter and her husband Mark had a marriage and life that were the envy of their friends and to all that had known them. They had a gorgeous home in Beverly Hills. But very sadly her husband and her son died in a car crash. Ginny has a heart of gold bless her she decided to work for a human rights organization going to places like Africa and Afghanistan, helping women and children that need food, water, medicine or shelter. Becky who is Ginny’s older sister and what I thought was rather sweet is the fact that the two sisters respected and loved each other. Becky and her husband live in Pasadena with their three children and seem to lead an orderly life. Ginny can’t go inside her Beverly Hills house any more and sets up a home in New York. While Ginny is out walking she finds a young boy sleeping rough in a freezing cold shed. Even though Ginny doesn’t know any thing about this young boy she is so kind-hearted that Ginny holds her hand out and lets thirteen-year-old Blue Williams come to sleep at her place in the nice and warm. Happiness can be found in the most unexpected places.

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