The second in the Daughter of Fortune series centers around Lily Joy and Rosie, daughters of the characters in the first book. Warren’s writing really shines here, transporting readers to the 1920s.
Lily Joy dislikes being in Paris, and only agreed to come to watch over her wild cousin Rosie. Lily would rather curl up with a book than dance into the wee hours. She wants to be back on the ranch in Montana with her horses, but knows if she goes against her family’s wishes, she will be cut off financially. When something happens to help make up her mind, she feels free to live her life the way she wants. But when a family member reaches a critical point, will Lily realize in time that they are all on the same side? (SUMMERSIDE, Mar., 320 pp., $14.99)