Worthy Opponents

A Novel

    • 4.4 • 449 Ratings
    • $14.99
    • $14.99

Publisher Description

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • From Danielle Steel comes a powerful novel about a woman running her family’s luxury department store and the wealthy investor who threatens to take it over.

Spencer Brooke always knew she was destined to be CEO of her grandfather’s business—the most respected and luxurious department store in New York City. Brooke’s has been at the center of every happy memory she has, but it hasn’t been an easy journey. Seven years after her father’s death, her life is very different from the days when she walked through the store with her grandfather as a young girl. She may be the owner of Brooke’s, but she’s also now a divorced single mother of twin boys. And with the ever-evolving landscape of the fashion industry comes new challenges for Spencer and the legacy she’s inherited.

Mike Weston is known for making enormous profits by transforming small businesses into bigger, more successful ones. With his marriage at a breaking point and his children grown up, investing is where he thrives—where he can build something greater. And Brooke’s feels like the perfect opportunity. Yet the firm’s beautiful and savvy CEO turns down the offer before they even meet.

Spencer has no interest in outside investors meddling in her family business; her grandfather never saw the need for them, and neither does she. She refuses to be tempted by Mike’s offer, despite her big dreams of expanding the store. But when bad luck strikes, suddenly she is backed into a corner.

In Worthy Opponents, Danielle Steel crafts a thrilling story about a powerful woman—and her equally formidable opponent.

Fiction & Literature
March 7
Random House Publishing Group
Penguin Random House LLC

Customer Reviews

Bbcutup ,


Such a great little story that lightens ones heart and makes you believe in love.
Thank you DS!

NYYazFan ,

Kind of great kind of disappointing

This book was like an action movie at first it was a typical DS book then the “bad” depressing things. She does this sometimes through a ton of things at you & then the happy confident women win out. I have the same complaint about this book that I had about the wedding planner that I just finished and paid full price for. Under 300 pages and the last 1/3 was rushed. Ms Steele should have better editing to beef up the books with details and not rush through the last part of her books.

dailybalance ,

Another fabulous Danielle Steel book

Great story and made you feel like you were right there with them.

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