In Daddy's Girls, Danielle Steel's thought-provoking novel, three sisters discover the truth about their past and the importance of their unique bond.
Many years have passed since ranch hand JT Tucker took his three small daughters to start a new life, eventually building the largest ranch in California. But success comes at a price, and with no mother in their life, Tucker's relationship with each of his very different daughters was complicated.
Caroline, the youngest, was overlooked by her father. She fled the ranch as early as she could to become a wife and mother, pursuing a career writing children's books. Gemma, his declared favourite, yearned for Hollywood glamour and became a major TV star. Kate, the eldest, stayed to work on the ranch, forsaking relationships and family for a father who took her for granted.
When JT dies suddenly, the paper trail he leaves behind reveals more than the sisters could ever have guessed. The truth brings a new reality, helping them to understand who they really are and what they really want.