Review: A Woman of Fortune

A Woman of Fortune

Title: A Woman of Fortune

Author: Kellie Coates Gilbert

Series: Texas Gold Collection #1

Pages: 336

ISBN: 978-0-8007-2272-2

Genre: FICT, Contemporary Fiction

Short Book Description:

You never know what you’re really made of until you lose everything.

Texas socialite Claire Massey is living the dream–designer clothes, luxury cars, stunning homes. But everything comes crashing down when her charming cattle broker husband is arrested for fraud. Suddenly she finds herself facing attorneys, a media frenzy, and a trail of broken hearts. Betrayed and humiliated, Claire must face incredible odds to save her family–and discover a life worth living.

Author Kellie Coates Gilbert delivers a story both poignant and emotionally gripping that celebrates the kind of fortune that lasts.

My Thoughts:

I really enjoyed this book and couldn’t wait to start reading it when I first got it, though not at the top of my list of favourite books, it is a really good read. The book was really well written and the plot was well thought out.

Claire was a really interesting character to get to know. One thing I really liked about her is that she stood faithfully by her husband after he was sent to jail, even though she was tempted to leave him she never did.

I can’t wait for the next book in the series, even though it doesn’t sound like it will be a sequel of sorts.

This book is a real eye opener to what can happen to people in real life and how one bad choice can ruin not only your life but all the lives of the people are around you.

Other books in this series:

  1. Where Rivers Part (February 2015)
  2. A Reason to Stay (October 2015)

Click below to purchase this book at your desired location:

ChristianBook.com

Amazon.com

Amazon.ca

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Chapters.Indigo.ca

“Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc. Available at your favourite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group”.

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Posted on July 30, 2014, in Contemporary Fiction, FICT and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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