Duchess By: @SusanMayWarren

Susan May Warren is one of my favorite authors, however; I was never a fan of historical fiction, after reading Duchess and the other Daughter of Fortune books I stand corrected. Not only has Warren captivated my attention once again but she has crafted a brilliant story on so many levels.

With Duchess, Warren has gone to a new level, this is not a surface level story, there is so much depth to the characters that you often forget that they are characters in the books and that you aren’t actually in the 1930’s. The cover is only the start of the beauty that this book holds.

Rosie Worth has dreamed of a new life, a life in Hollywood as the leading lady, with fans that adore her and want to be her. She thrives to be in the spotlight. After one day Rosie realizes she has lost everything, her husband, her looks, possibly her career and with no way out she finds a glimmer of hope by partnering with Rolfe Van Horne. Someone that could bring her back into the limelight. However, the plans that Rolfe has aren’t all that they appear and Rosie’s heart and life of glamour may be caught in between Rolfe’s  plans and the unrest travelling across Europe. Will Rosie be able to give up the life she has dreamed of?

Susan May Warren has done another fabulous job with Duchess, as the final book in the Daughter of Fortune trilogy, these are books to definitely add to your reading list.


I received this book complimentary from the publisher through Lifuse Publicity in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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