My Review of “Fortune’s Daughters” by Consuelo Saah Baehr

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I would like to thank NetGalley, Lake Union Press and Consuelo Saah Baehr for the ARC of “Fortune’s Daughters” by Consuelo Saah Baehr for my honest review.
The genres of this book are Women’s Fiction, Fiction, and Historical Fiction with some liberties taken by the author.
The timeline of this story starts at the turn of the twentieth century, World War One, Union fights, Women’s Rights and the fall of Wall Street.
I find that the author describes are characters as complex and complicated. The backgrounds and diversity of two of the characters are apparent. Faith Simpson is born to an affluent family, enjoying many materialistic things, but not getting the attention from her parents. Hope Lee is born to parents that live in poverty, and struggle to survive.
After a major tragedy, an orphaned Hope finds herself in Faith’s home, where she lives for quite a while.
The author describes, betrayal, jealousy, loyalty, integrity, love and hope. In addition, the author shows the importance of family value, family love and friendship. What exactly does having a fortune mean?
I enjoyed this book and would recommend it. Happy Reading!

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