Baroness by Susan May Warren
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Roaring twenties, Paris, girls, glitz, boys, and longing--throw them all together and you have a marvelous plot brewing that just begs to be written out in a novel. Susan May Warren did just that in her novel The Baroness. The Baroness is book two in a trilogy, the first being The Heiress. I did not read the first book in this series and I was a bit worried about whether or not I would be able to follow it or if I would be missing details pertinent to this story. Thankfully, my anxiety was completely unnecessary as Ms. Warren masterfully wove details from The Heiress into this novel. She tucked enough clues into the Baroness to not only give me all the details I needed, but also I want to go back and read The Heiress!
Many times in life we find ourselves wondering when enough is enough-how many times can bad things happen to the same family. I'm sure Lilly and Rosie, the main characters in The Baroness ask themselves this time and time again. This fast=paced, descriptive novel will hook you on the first page and reel you in all the way to the very last.
Ms. Warren is one of my favorite Christian authors. I've cut back quite a bit on the titles I review, but I review Ms. Warren's every chance I get and once again she did not disappoint.
I received a complimentary copy of this book for review purposes. All opinions are my own.
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