Review of Dangerous Games by Danielle Steel


Television correspondent Alix Phillips dodges bullets and breaks rules to bring the most important news to the world from riots in America to protests on the streets of Tehran. With her daughter in college, and working alongside cameraman Ben Chapman, a deeply private ex-Navy SEAL, Alix revels in the risks and whirlwind pace of her work. But her latest assignment puts her at the center of an explosive story that will reshape many lives, including her own: investigating damning allegations involving the vice president of the United States, Tony Clark.

Alix starts with a nationally revered woman who may be the key to exposing frightening secrets. Olympia Foster is the fragile, reclusive widow of America’s most admired senator, who had been destined for the presidency before an assassin’s bullet felled him. Since then, Olympia has found emotional support from Clark, who once wanted her as his wife and now stands as her protector and confidant. When Alix begins to dig deeper, federal agents pick up the trail. Then the threats begin.

As the stakes rise in this dangerous game, Alix needs Ben’s help as never before. And soon they realize they are grappling with an adversary far more sinister than they had imagined.


First of all, thank you so much PanMacmillan India for sending me this review copy of Danielle Steel’s Dangerous Games. I loved this book.

I had been in a reading slump for a long time now and this book actually helped me get out of it. It is a small book and it got me hooked right into it. 

It was a wonderful read. Danielle Steel has beautifully portrayed the nuances in politics and how dangerous and vicious people can become to gain the power of position. 

The book was exciting and was full of suspense and mystery, plus, it had the right amount of romance. I am not a huge fan of romance and this book was perfect for me.

The beauty of the book was in the little emotions added here and there by her. I loved the characters. They almost felt real. 

The story also talked about family and love and how often we forget to just live. It talks about not worrying about labels and just doing what we feel, makes us happy. 

Favorite characters : Olympia Foster, Alix and Ben Chapman

Despised characters: Tony Clark

This was my first Danielle Steel read and I am not disappointed at all. I am hoping to read more of her works.

I rate it 4 /5🌟



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