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Description from Doubleday Book Club: "Just when you think Danielle Steel can’t get any better she writes Until the End of Time, a novel that is so powerful and moving it takes your breath away. The story begins in 1975, where talented young designer Jenny meets Bill, whose wealthy family consider his new girlfriend to be from the wrong side of the tracks. But Jenny is far more to Bill than they realize. The two are certain they are meant to be together—even after tragedy strikes, cutting their lives short. More than thirty years later we meet Lillibet, a young Amish woman whose long–deceased mother had instilled in her a love of literature. In the hours when Lillibet is not looking after her young brothers, she writes a novel and, although shy and unworldly, she doesn’t hesitate to travel to New York City to meet the first publisher who expresses an interest. Is it fate that brings Lillibet and Robert together? For both feel that though they couldn’t come from more divergent backgrounds, (Robert’s family is wealthy and urbane) they’ve known each other all their lives…. Danielle Steel sweeps readers up in this tale of loss, hope and love that lasts until the end of time…and beyond."