O Sedutor Em busca da felicidade Maxine uma psiquiatra de sucesso divorciada com tr s filhos Blake um aventureiro que gosta de viajar pelo mundo Quando se conheceram e apaixonaram tudo parecia poss vel O casa

  • Title: O Sedutor
  • Author: Danielle Steel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Em busca da felicidade Maxine uma psiquiatra de sucesso, divorciada, com tr s filhos Blake um aventureiro que gosta de viajar pelo mundo Quando se conheceram e apaixonaram tudo parecia poss vel O casamento veio contudo provar que eram pessoas muito diferentes pelo que cada um acabou por seguir o seu caminho Dedicada fam lia e carreira, Maxine volta a encontrarEm busca da felicidade Maxine uma psiquiatra de sucesso, divorciada, com tr s filhos Blake um aventureiro que gosta de viajar pelo mundo Quando se conheceram e apaixonaram tudo parecia poss vel O casamento veio contudo provar que eram pessoas muito diferentes pelo que cada um acabou por seguir o seu caminho Dedicada fam lia e carreira, Maxine volta a encontrar o amor Charles o seu homem ideal Maduro, leal, atencioso Blake decide contudo voltar e quer reconquistar a ex mulher O que descobriu nas suas viagens pelo mundo fizeram no assentar e quer dedicar se a um projecto humanit rio em que Maxine teria um papel determinante Deve Maxine voltar a tentar Ou deve aproveitar a segunda oportunidade de amor que a vida lhe d A decis o n o ser f cil

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    1. Dugo je nisam čitala (otkako je ne prevodim i nisam joj više urednik), pa sam htela da proverim kakav joj je sad kvalitet knjiga :) Ova je sasvim pristojna Utisak kvari ovo izdanje prepuno slovnih grešaka, s lošom lekturom i ponekom prevodilačkom nespretnošću Ovo je za 3.5* :)

    2. This was one the books I had to read for my adult materials and services classes. I had to read books from genres I usually didn't read from in my leisure. SoMaxine was married to Blake, which dissolved when she found he was more devoted to his work than he was his family. Years later, she finds love with Dr. Charles West, whom she plans to marry. When Blake reappears in her life again, he seems to be a changed man, especially when he wants her to assist the survivors of a natural disaster(!) Bl [...]

    3. OMG If this is what Danielle Steel books are like usually, why do people bother? Crap, total crap.Either that or her editor was drinking a lot.Steel writes over and over that Maxine is a psychiatrist dedicated to her kids and career, a real homebody. Her ex earned a fortune in the dot boom, got out in time and made a bigger fortune. He wanted to enjoy it and go gallavanting around the world. Dedicated doctor stayed dedicated to career and kids (Can we say repetitive?). She divorced him. They're [...]

    4. A Booksquirm Book Club pick - and fortunately the first book voted off of the island. Our assignment was to read chapter 1. The following are my thoughts of the book based on that first chapter.This chapter would have been shorter if the reader didn't have to experience daja vu while reading it. For example, on page 3 "she (Belinda) knew she would remember Blake and this moment for the rest of her life." And then on page 4 "It was a day and a moment that Belinda knew would be engraved in her min [...]

    5. As I recall, the conversation with one of my more literate friends went like this: Mike: “Have you ever read Danielle Steel?”Me: “I don't think so. She writes romances.”Mike: “No. She writes literature. Her books cover the gamut of human experience. She's the best selling author in the world today.”Me: “Oh. OK, I'l have to give her a try.”Soon after, I came across one of Steel's books, “Rogue”. Always willing to have my assumptions proved wrong and anxious to find another gre [...]

    6. I listened to this book on CD, and the voices were AWFUL! Some of the characters came off as being completely obnoxious, although I don't think they would have been if I'd read it. I just couldn't stand listening to Charles talk. He sounded like a snobby, dorky old man. And her kids voices were terrible too! Her son jack sounded like a pot-smoking dope. And her daughter was equally annoying. Other than the reader, I think it was an OK book. It passed the time while I drove, and it was not like a [...]

    7. ثاني رواية أقرؤها لدانيال ستيل. نبدأ بالعنوان. أعتقد أن المترجمة لم توفق في اختياره فالعنوان بالانجليزية لا يعني النذل تماما وانما "غير المسؤول". طبعا لا يمكن تسمية رواية بهذا الاسم لكن كان يمكن البحث عن مرادف مناسب. أعتقد أن عنوان "المهمل" مثلاً كان أنسب لوصف البطل.كالعادة ال [...]

    8. Among all those bad reviewshonestly, I adored that novel.Danielle was successful to write it in a way that touched me on a personal leveld about that repitition in the difference in characters between Maxine and Blake, I found it more confirming and gets me deep inside Maxine feelings each time I pick the book to continue reading.I really like that book e way she described the characters and the hard times and choices everyone went through realistic and touching In general, Danielle Steel is an [...]

    9. This book came highly recommended to me. However I found the writing style really repetitive and the plot itself lacking in any kind of interesting plot or climax at all. It didn't seem like a story that needed telling in any way, as for most of the book the annoying and unlikeable leading lady is perfectly happy and content with her life, so there's no real need to even continue reading because you don't really care what happens next.It picks up a bit in the middle but I mostly just finished th [...]

    10. Another "twinkie" book. A pleasant enough book to read at the beach. It didn't require any thinking and passed the time quickly enough. However, I did spend a large portion of the book wanting to shake the female protagonist 'til her shoes fell off for being so STUPID about a man she was planning to marry. But, in true DS fashion, everything was wrapped up with a nice bow at the end. Mild language and "intimacy." You won't suffer if you don't read this book.

    11. Sometimes you just need read a good story that takes through soft journey. This book just did that what a lovely story, plain and simple that brings a smile to your face

    12. This is the first Daniel Steel that I've read, and I am quite disappointed.I liked the concept, because it's fresh on my part. A diversion from my usual lawsuits, medical drama, mystery and fantasy things This time I gambled on a romantic side. The sweet part here is that Steel colored American family differently from what the "usual American family" is. In "Rogue", the divorced couple became friends, in fact, they seemed best friends. The premise there is "opposites do attract", a playful, chil [...]

    13. Title: RogueSeries: Stand AloneAuthor: Danielle SteelYear Pub: 2008POV:Third PersonMain Characters:Maxine Williams & Blake WilliamsSetting:Mainly in New YorkI found this book was well written and the characters were very well described. The major problem I had with this was that there was a lot of repetition. Maxine and Blake have been divorced for 5 years, they have three kids together and they get along better now than when they were married. Maxine is a Psychiatrist and between work and t [...]

    14. Yup. It's official. Danielle Steel's writing style has not changed since I was in high school. I do not know why I thought her books were SO hot back then, but clearly my tastes have changed, so I am deleting the remaining books by her (Or are they really written by her? I smell a ghost writer.) off my list to read based on my read of this one. This book was like a stone wheat cracker with light plain cream cheese on it. You know, very bland but if you added some pepper or Tabasco it would be ed [...]

    15. This book.words can't describe how completely disappointing this book was. Danielle Steel loves to write books in which the main character is a total pushover and incapable of standing up to the jerks in their lives. This book was no exception. Its so frustrating to read about how aweful or unhappy the person is but yet they do nothing about it and are just resigned to their situation. Maxine, the main character in this book lets her bratty, disrespectful teenage daughter walk all over her and t [...]

    16. After a couple of not so great Danielle Steel books, this one was actually really good :) It's one of her later ones, so maybe she has learned not to repeat everything and treat the reader as an idiot. I'm glad I read 'His Bright Light' before this as I'm guessing Maxine's job, as a psychiatrist for suicidal teens was because of what Steel herself went through with her son. For those of you that don't know, he tragically killed himself. The plot was interesting, genral chick-lit stuff. Maxine an [...]

    17. "Never judge a book by its cover" is what comes to my mind when I think about Rogue. The gold letterings with a man on the front cover who is either crying or laughing (I really don't care!) is just made to impress making up to the reader for the rather lacklustre content inside.After reading wonderful books by Danielle Steel, I was terribly disappointed with the book. The fact that Maxine is a meticulous and organised doctor while Blake is a carefree playboy is repeated about 20 times in the bo [...]

    18. REDUNDANT. Halfway through and most of what I've read is what an awful husband and father Blake is and now how much Charles doesn't like Maxine's kids or her devotion to them. How does such an intelligent, devoted mother get seriously involved with a guy who suggests shipping them off to boarding school after dating for only 6 weeks? i don't know. Stay tunedETA: Wow. I actually downgraded this book from 3 stars to 2 in the last chapters. The interesting and lovable characters just couldn't shine [...]

    19. This book was horrible. I wish I could get back the three hours I spent reading this book. If this is a normal Steel book I sont know why she is popular. The book is cheesy. SPOLIER ALERT****** The characters get back together in the last 7-10 pgs of the book after they spend the whole book saying they are just friends and wont get back together. There is a lot of unnecessary repetition in the book and the daughter in the book was horrible. I dont recommend this book. Don't waste the time cause [...]

    20. Her "theme" in this one was teen suicide -- dreadful! Her hero is unreal; her protagonist is too dislikable and too "pat." The heroine is perhaps a bit naive. And, it seems that Danielle had a word count she wanted to meet -- repetition of facts just provided on previous pages (and paragraphs) were insulting to my intelligence -- how many times had i needed reminders of the facts?!?!? But, i did finish it so .

    21. Think I'd like to re-read this one. I remember exactly where I read this. Who knows if I'll get to it ;)

    22. Amazing ! An unexpected end, but undoubtedly the best end ever I loved it so much; especially Sam

    23. This was my first Danielle Steele book and likely my last. The writing is so repetitive. If Ms. Steele didn’t feel the need to tell us that Maxine was a psychiatrist and Black was a playboy every other page this book could’ve been half the length. There is no depth to any of the characters and honestly all of them were annoying. I have very little empathy for absentee fathers no matter how much they make and even less empathy for the women who excuse their behavior. There was nothing romanti [...]

    24. I read the Arabic version of the book. it speaks about Maxine, who was married to Blake, got 3 kids from him. but got disappointed from his immature personality. They got divorce. After few years, some events in Blake's life teaches him new positive concepts in life. And at a certain time, he became mature and assertive, and Maxine thought that she has finally a warm shoulder to lean on, that's when he proposed to marry her again and she accepted.

    25. RogueI LOVED IT!!! I tried to read this MANY years ago & couldn't get into it. Now, as an adult with a lot more experience under my belt, I found not only an intriguing story, but characters with many layers. I cheered, laughed, cried, then cheered again. I still love happy endings. Especially when there's lots of layers leading up to it. Danielle Steel has done it againother winner!

    26. DS wrote differently in this book Rogue. Interesting characters and story line.t so much of the minute and unnecessary details being described unlike the previous book i have read (Bungalow 2). This book is very captivating and keeps me turning the pages. Very well written.

    27. WonderfulLoved this book. It was fascinating to read. I loved the characters. The end was predictable. What a great ending.

    28. Banale, ripetitivo e pieno di luoghi comuni. Personaggi stereotipati e poco credibili. Un libro di oltre 500 pagine, dove in pratica non succede nulla! Tempo sprecato!

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