In my opinion, this novel is in a class by itself. It vividly describes the sentiment and prejudice of the times during World War II. It is a love story and a tale of hatred, defiance, and persistent love despite serious obstacles. Finally the family ties are bound together as the war ends and young love triumphs over the devastating results of war.
The title of this book describes how honor transcends the sentiment of the times during World War II.
I could barely put this book down as it raced to its conclusion.
Thank you, Danielle Steel, for a true masterpiece.
Janet T. Neiss