Rogue By Danielle Steel Chapter Summary

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About the Author
The author of Rogue is Danielle Steel, an American novelist, born 14th August 1947. She wrote Rogue in 2008 which was published by Random House in June, 2008. The book is Steel 's seventy-fifth best-selling novel.

What type of book is it?
Rogue is not a romantic or suspense novel, neither a gloomy sad story. It’s based on a family oriented plot, pivoting around a separated couple. The story clutches the reader’s attention to develop an acquaintance with the story line as to reunite and bring the couple despite all highs and lows between them. So, as the plot develops, the reader’s curiosity proceeds & the story line becomes more absorbing and enthralling.

What is the story about?
Rogue by Danielle Steel is about Maxine, a gorgeous work-a-holic psychiatrist who treats adolescent patients. The book is simple. Being married to Blake had been an amazing adventure for Maxine. Brilliant, charismatic, and wholly unpredictable, Blake Williams made millions and grabbed headlines as a dot-com entrepreneur. His only shortcoming was as a husband–first his work and then his never-ending quest for fun kept him constantly on the move, far
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I enjoyed reading this book primarily because of the vivid, descriptive writing style of the author. The verdure of storyline helps in development of reader’s curiosity as the eventful story proceeds. The characters are amusing and very synonymous to real life. With due course of time, the evolution in characters is the most interesting & exquisite aspect of the book, beautifully described by the author. The story ends just the way it should which; a positive happy ending is creating an excitingly effective impact over the reader. I really like the perfect-lifetime-ending!
“An unforgettable story of two people pursuing happiness from opposite directions, Rogue is a journey of choices and the amazing opportunities that come together–just when life seems to have been successfully rearranged at
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