By People Staff
February 09, 1981 12:00 PM

by Danielle Steel

Steel has sold zillions of copies of her slurpy romantic novels, such as The Promise and Loving, but this is her first book of slurpy romantic poetry. One sample, Bill, goes: “I love your macho swagger,/the look in your eye,/in your smile,/all the while/you move toward me./You always seem to know/I’m there,/sometimes I sit back/and stare/ quietly/for a while./waiting for you to know/I’m near./You sense it,/see me,/and walk purposefully/toward where I wait,/as I fall in love/with you again,/watching your special/just you/macho/ gait.” Roll over, Emily Dickinson. (Dell, $2.50)

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