Baroness

Baroness Review

Coming of age in the turbulent Roaring Twenties, two daughters of fortune can have everything they possibly want--except freedom. Expected to marry well and take the reins of the family empire, Lilly and Rosie have their entire lives planned out for them. But Lilly longs to flee the confines of New York City for the untamed wilds of Montana. Her cousin Rosie dreams of the bright lights of the newly emerging silver screen. Following their dreams--to avant-garde France, to dazzling Broadway, to the skies of the fearless wing walkers--will demand all their courage.

When forced to decide, will Lilly and Rosie truly be able to abandon lives of ease and luxury for the love and adventure that beckons? At what cost will each daughter of fortune find her true love and happy ending?

Title:Baroness
Edition Language:English

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    Baroness Reviews

  • Michelle

    I adored Heiress, and as a result it made my top fiction list for 2011. But I absolutely loved Baroness, so you know it will make my 2012 top fiction list. In my opinion, this story was fantastic beca...

  • Kellyn Roth

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews.Just as exasperating as book one – and even more rambly.I decided to read the sequel to Heiress (read my review here) against my better judgement because I owne...

  • Renee

    If you love sagas that feature multi-generations of plucky, conflicted heroines and provide sweeping portraits of bygone eras, Susan May Warren's Daughters of Fortune series will give you that same f...

  • Renee

    Too good to put down so I finished it even though I had a bunch of other books that needed to be read! Excellent as I've come to expect from Susan May Warren. I can't wait to see what happens to Rosie...

  • Ruth Hill

    I will admit that when I began this book, I did not really think I would like it. It was historical fiction, but the 1920's did not really interest me. At least, the characters in this book did not in...

  • Patty

    Rosie and Lilly are cousins who, at the start of this novel are in Paris each longing for what they don't have; Rosie for the freedom to be a star on the stage and marry whom she would like and Lilly ...

  • Katie

    It's really hard to read a book you've enjoyed and come to the end and go "really???" The plot, characterization, and emotion in this book is outstanding. I was upset that I had to stop reading so I c...

  • Courtney

    Wow!! What an emotional rollercoaster Baroness takes you on!! It picks up right on where Heiress left off and jumps right in to the lives of Rosie and Lilly. This book is jammed packed full with raw e...

  • Linda Bridges

    The second book in the Daughters of Fortune series, Baroness picks up with the daughters of Esme and Jinx introduced in book one. It is now the 1920s, and Lilly (Esme's daughter) and Rose (Jinx's dau...

  • Britni

    A coming of age story set in the Roaring Twenties, Baroness tells the story of two daughters of fortune determined to follow their dreams no matter what happens on the way. Rosie is determined to beco...