Love's Fortune by Laura Frantz

I like how the main character Wren is not afraid to be herself and make the best of her new situation.  She has been raised  by her father in a manner that does not show the money that her family actually has, but soon finds herself in a new situation that is not what she is accustomed to.
Wren finds herself leaving her country home in Kentucky and having to learn how to fit into her grandparent's home.  She does the best to learn how to act and dress, but deep down she is still who she is beneath all the finery.  She does what she has to for her family, but still remains loyal to her roots.  Wren is a fascinating character an made the book worth reading.  I received this book free from the publisher to review.

Here is a video link for Love’s Fortune by Laura Frantz -  Behind the Cover


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