Details about The Affair by Danielle Steel
eads consistently transformed when Rose McCarthy strolled into a room. Almost six feet tall, she was ramrod straight, and immaculately set up with impeccable style, long elegant legs, and her snow-white hair style in a chinlength adjusted cap. Her puncturing blue eyes missed nothing. She could startle anybody with a couple of very much picked, mild-mannered, persuasive words, or solace and joy a youthful worker with liberal commendation. For a quarter century, she had been the unbelievable manager in-head of Mode Magazine. Delicate, pleasant, remarkably skillful, she ran it with an iron hand, with a definitive effortlessness and watchfulness. She was known for brilliant judgment, insightful choices that consistently profited the magazine, her commitment, and love of design.