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Daisy’s Fortune: Southern Historical Fiction (Wildflower Trilogy Book 3)

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She must return to the place that twice brought her shame. She’ll have one final chance to save someone else. Tennessee, 1982. Wildflower McAllister thought she’d put the past behind her. But when she learns her mother is dying, she digs deep and returns to the small mountain town that stole her innocence and cast her out. And she has no choice but to pull her She must return to the place that twice brought her shame. She’ll have one final chance to save someone else. Tennessee, 1982. Wildflower McAllister thought she’d put the past behind her. But when she learns her mother is dying, she digs deep and returns to the small mountain town that stole her innocence and cast her out. And she has no choice but to pull her thirteen-year-old granddaughter Daisy right back into the ghosts of her painful history.As her mother passes, Wildflower’s grief turns to despair when Daisy’s fortune is read, predicting a dark future and the return of sinister threats. With her granddaughter keeping a terrible secret, Wildflower’s distress forces her to call upon the community that rejected her to prevent another tragedy from playing out in front of her eyes.Can Wildflower stop a harrowing legacy from spreading to another generation? Daisy’s Fortune is the emotional conclusion to the Wildflower Trilogy. If you like strong women, generational tales, and the power of family and the land to heal, then you’ll adore Susan Gabriel’s compelling finale. Book 1: The Secret Sense of WildflowerBook 2: Lily’s SongBook 3: Daisy’s Fortune


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She must return to the place that twice brought her shame. She’ll have one final chance to save someone else. Tennessee, 1982. Wildflower McAllister thought she’d put the past behind her. But when she learns her mother is dying, she digs deep and returns to the small mountain town that stole her innocence and cast her out. And she has no choice but to pull her She must return to the place that twice brought her shame. She’ll have one final chance to save someone else. Tennessee, 1982. Wildflower McAllister thought she’d put the past behind her. But when she learns her mother is dying, she digs deep and returns to the small mountain town that stole her innocence and cast her out. And she has no choice but to pull her thirteen-year-old granddaughter Daisy right back into the ghosts of her painful history.As her mother passes, Wildflower’s grief turns to despair when Daisy’s fortune is read, predicting a dark future and the return of sinister threats. With her granddaughter keeping a terrible secret, Wildflower’s distress forces her to call upon the community that rejected her to prevent another tragedy from playing out in front of her eyes.Can Wildflower stop a harrowing legacy from spreading to another generation? Daisy’s Fortune is the emotional conclusion to the Wildflower Trilogy. If you like strong women, generational tales, and the power of family and the land to heal, then you’ll adore Susan Gabriel’s compelling finale. Book 1: The Secret Sense of WildflowerBook 2: Lily’s SongBook 3: Daisy’s Fortune

45 review for Daisy’s Fortune: Southern Historical Fiction (Wildflower Trilogy Book 3)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    This is the third book in the Wildflower Trilogy. First came The Secret Sense of Wildflower and was Louisa May’s(Wildflower) story. Second was her daughter’s, Lily’s Song and then this one. The perfect ending to one of the best series I’ve have read. The whole series will have you feeling things you may not expect. From laughter to tears. Lots of tears though. Innocence lost, family found. Each person, Wildflower, Lily and Daisy were thirteen in their stories. They each had things to overcome This is the third book in the Wildflower Trilogy. First came The Secret Sense of Wildflower and was Louisa May’s(Wildflower) story. Second was her daughter’s, Lily’s Song and then this one. The perfect ending to one of the best series I’ve have read. The whole series will have you feeling things you may not expect. From laughter to tears. Lots of tears though. Innocence lost, family found. Each person, Wildflower, Lily and Daisy were thirteen in their stories. They each had things to overcome but also had a love that defied the odds. (My thoughts are like a wheel stuck in the mud that keep turning and digging itself deeper. “For years I though it was my fault. But what I’ve learned from my fifty years of living is that sometimes bad things happen, and you didn’t do a single thing to deserve it or bring it on.” All we need is one person willing to hold us. One person who will see our shame and love us anyway. Perhaps even love us more. In many ways, Daisy’s fortune has been my fortune, too.) From this book these are some of my favorite lines. This book will touch your heart is so many ways. The innocence of a child. The wonder of life. The courage of the elderly. The love that you feel do deeply between the three people in this story and series. It’s a deep love that no one can destroy. Learning to trust that you will be ok. You will survive the worse things that can possibly happen to you. The loss of family. The secret sense that lets you continue to hear their voices. Know that they loved you so very much. This book definitely made me shed lots of tears but it also made me feel calm. I could picture the mountains, the trails, the people. Even the ones you sat in judgement of others. A friend who is not and never was truly a friend at all. A stranger who came and made a home there but was not the evil person you fear him to be. The beautiful flowers everywhere. Even the peace you feel in the cemetery finally. It’s told with such depth and love. You don’t mess with a mother’s protective side when she would do anything for her child. You step back and let it go. This book made me look at growing old in a different way also. All the memories you have. The things you did in your life. The regrets and the wonders. The family you have and will see again someday. Maybe. This book takes you to a place where things are much simpler and love abounds. Not just the love of a man and woman but the love of a family. The love of three generations of women who would and did do all they could for each other. Overcame such horrible things in life and came out much stronger. I enjoyed this book as much as the other two and maybe just a bit more. I loved all the characters in this one with the exception of one woman. She was not nice at all. This book is so well written and the time frame is perfect for it. The setting, the descriptions are so realistic. You will feel right at home. I give this book 5 stars and highly recommend it. But be sure and read the first two so you will completely understand what this one is saying. This is truly a perfect series.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ralph D. Morris

    An inspiring story about women and their families The Wildflower trilogy follows the lives and relationships of women through innocence, disparaging fear and grief, endearment and love. They discover who they are through the strength of their relationships and family ties. Their characters become dear fiends to the reader as they grow into themselves and their future. A series not to be missed.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Cook

    Glad that the Wildflower Stories Continued I read the first two Wildflower books and had looked forward to the third book being published. It does not disappoint and is as interesting and intriguing book as the previous ones. I am so glad that I discovered Susan Gabriel books and will continue to read her books until I have read all of them. Thanks, Susan, for the wonderful Southern stories.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Bobbie.gilmangmail.con

    Have read all the books in this series. They are outstanding! Read them, you will not be disappointed! Susan Gabriel is a very talented author. Have read all the books in this series. They are outstanding! Read them, you will not be disappointed! Susan Gabriel is a very talented author. 📖

  5. 5 out of 5

    brenda mabe

    I have read the series and highly recommend this series for any book club or single reader. It is a great series and she has other books too that are very good.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sherry

    Thoroughly enjoyed I really enjoy Susan Gabriel's writing style and the strong women she creates in all of her books. Thank you again for another great read!

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    Brooke Nix

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