One Day at a Time
By Rhea Palmer
Jul 1, 2009 - 4:07:46 PM

Coco Barrington is the black sheep of the family.  Her mother is a famous actress, her sister is a razor-sharp producer, preferring the company of her partner Liz, and Coco – well, Coco is a dog walker by choice.  No one understands her need to stay out of the rat race called L.A.  Then her sister Jane calls frantically, needing a house and dog sitter for who knows how long.   Coco, being the obedient sister and unable to ever say no, finds herself in Jane’s immaculate museum of a house.  Determined to make the best of things, she settles in with Jane’s dog Jack and her dog Sallie, and is prepared to ride out her stay in relative peace.  Jane’s house is soon to be home to a famous actor, hiding from a crazed ex-girlfriend, who is determined to make his life miserable.  The two immediately hit it off with a passion for which neither was preparedCoco is scared their relationship will end when he goes back to his work in L.A., but she is not going to go back to that life.  The two life live in blissful ignorance, but know major decisions will need to be made and made soon.  They love each other very much and will do whatever it takes to make things work, but it is going to be a very rough road ahead.


Danielle Steel is one of the very few authors whose books I will stay up all night to finish.  She has the unique ability to introduce you to her characters and their lives and you are immediately transfixed by them.  You can relate to them, and want more than anything to make sure they are okay in the end.

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