Love’s Fortune

Love's FortuneRowena “Wren” Ballantyne’s life is tossed into turmoil when she leaves her beloved Kentucky home. Thrust into a world of wealth and polish she longs for the simple life she had with her father. But with the family patriarch ill he has decided it is time to return home. And Wren has to learn the ways of a lady. If that isn’t job enough Wren must face up to demanding and wild relatives who seek only to browbeat her. Determined to go through with the grueling process Wren submits. But there is obviously something more to the picture than meets the eye…

As previously noted I didn’t have a great experience with another of Laura Frantz’s works, but Love’s Fortune came up for review and I thought “what the heck” before diving in. I really can’t say enough about this book. I loved the characters, the intrigue and Wren’s attempts at finding her place in the world. One can feel her joy and her pains; yes, the emotion runs high and is very real. One would wish to reach into the pages and give Wren a big hug and tell her everything was going to be okay (although the author had me going there for awhile!). This is a sweet story and one I hope to return to in the future. Fantastic piece of work.

DISCLAIMER: In accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising” we would like to note that we received a hardcopy of “Love’s Fortune”  provided by the publishers Revell in exchange for our honest review.


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