They come together unintentionally in the heart of New York City, four young ladies at turning points within their lives. Claire Kelly finds the walk-up apartment—a spacious loft in Hell’s Kitchen. But the aspiring shoe designer needs a minimum of one roommate to deal with it. She meets Abby Williams, a blogger trying to make it by hand, a long way away from her successful family in L.A. Four years later, Morgan Shelby joins them. She’s ambitious, that has a serious finance job on Wall Street. Then Sasha Hartman, a medical student whose identical twin sister is really a headline-grabbing supermodel. And so the sprawling space, featuring its exposed brick and rich sunlight, gets to be a home to friends gonna embark on new, exhilarating adventures.
Frustrated by her ultra-conservative boss, Claire soon faces work crisis to be a designer. Abby is in the spell associated with an older man, an off-off-Broadway producer who exploits her and detours her from her true talent to be a novelist, while destroying her self-confidence. Morgan is happily in love that has a successful restaurateur who supplies her roommates with fine food. At her office, she actually starts to suspect something is off about her boss, a legendary investment manager whom she’s always admired. But does she be aware of him? And Sasha begins an all-work-no-play residency as a possible OB/GYN, as her glamorous jet-set sister makes increasingly risky decisions.
Their shared life from the apartment grounds them because they bring the other comfort and turn a family of beloved friends. Unexpected opportunities affect the course of their lives, and while they meet the challenges, they face the bittersweet reality that over time, they’re going to inevitably depart from the place where their dreams began.
This vibrant, tender, and moving tale pulses with all the excitement of New York City, as Danielle Steel explores twists of fate, and exactly how that sometimes, in special places, friends is most likely the family we want most.