Publisher description for No greater love / Danielle Steel.

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Counter It was the maiden voyage of  theTitanic, the greatest ship ever built, and in one  fatal, unforgettable night, the sea shattered the  lives and future of an extraordinary family, the  Winfields.

Edwina Winfield, returning  from her engagement trip to England with her fiance  and her family, instantly loses her parents, the  man she loved and her dreams. Without even time to  mourn, she courageously defies convention to run  her family's California newspaper and care for  her five younger siblings. Unable to forget her  fiance Charles, she is determined never to marry, to  hkeep her family together, and to fight to  survive as a woman alone. But Phillip, her beloved  oldest brother, sets out for Harvard and tragically  betrays her trust. Madcap brother George turns to  the excitement of Hollywood during its magical  days, not to the Winfield publishing empire. And  lovely Alexis, who narrowly escaped death when the  Titanic went down, grows into a  troubled runaway whom even Edwina's love may not be  able to save. The two youngest, Fannie and Teddy,  remain with Edwina at home.

Compelling  and deeply moving, No Greater Love  questions a woman's choices and the price she  must pay for making them. And in an unforgettable  climax, it offers an answer--as Edwina confronts the  ghosts haunting her and take an extraordinary  risk for her future and her heart.

From the Paperback edition.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Titanic (Steamship) Fiction, Shipwrecks Fiction