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  • A heiress to remember

    Beatrice is fighting to get back the life she lost and the feeling of worthiness. Dalton has been feeling betrayed for years and is trying to become rich and have prestige. All this takes place back when department stores were becoming the place to go. There is humor and romance in this story. But what gets to you is the history and all the women sticking together to make a better work place for women.

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  • a slow romance

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. An Heiress To Remember, by Maya Rodale, is available at booksellers on 3-31-20. Heiress is book 3 in Ms Rodale's The Gilded Age Girls Club series. The premise is ladies helping each other succeed in their chosen vocation. Woman from all walks of life meet once a week to discuss life, work, and what they can do to help each other and the world around them. I learned a lot about successful women of the 1900's. There were so many more than our history books teach us. I also learned New York had a "ladies mile" for shopping where women could go alone and be acceptable. Quite a change from always having a chaperone, it was liberating. Wes Dalton & Bea Goodwin had been young sweethearts but life was mapped out for Bea. She was married off to an English duke & was miserable for the next 2 decades. Wes was heartbroken and spent 2 decades making himself a successful businessman and plotting revenge against the Goodwin family. Wes has a mantra he repeats throughout the 1st part of the book. "My name is Wes Dalton. You broke my heart..." It reminds me of the movie The Princess Bride. Remember Inigo Montoya? Hysterical reference by Ms Rodale.. When Bea divorces & moves back to NYC I liked the stand-off between these 2. The middle of their "courtship" dragged on so long I wanted to shake them till their teeth rattled. The ending was good but I just got bogged down for too much of the story. This couple made it hard for me to become invested in their relationship & HEA. #MayaRodale #AnHeiressToRemember #TheGildedAgeGirlsClub #romance #Netgalley #AvonBooks #HarperCollins

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  • Excellent Heroine

    I received an ARC of this book to read through Edelweiss+ in exchange for a fair review. An Heiress To Remember by Maya Rodale is the third book in her Gilded Age Girls Club series. This book could be read as a stand-alone, but it’s an excellent series and characters from the previous books do play supporting roles in this book, so I recommend reading them all. Beatrice Goodwin, a newly divorced former Duchess, has returned to New York to find that her brother has badly managed the family’s department store business, and all is in shambles. When their main competitor offers to purchase the business at a bargain price, Beatrice storms the board meeting and is able to prevent the sale. To her dismay Wes Dalton the first love whom she abandoned to marry the Duke is now a very successful businessman and said, competitor. Sparks still fly between these two but happy ever after looks unlikely because his entire goal has been revenge and she is never going to be dependent on a man again. I loved both of these characters, the hints of the princess bride, and that happy ever after can be what makes the heroine and hero happy so not necessarily marriage and babies. Medium Steam. Publishing Date March 31, 2020. #EdelweissPlus #AnHeiressToRemember #MayaRodale #GildedAgeRomance #HistoricalRomance #AvonRomance #HarperCollinsCanada #bookstagram

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  • Delightful!

    I had a great time with this historical romance! Even though I had a copy of this book for a couple weeks, I had no idea when I might be able to work it into my reading schedule. I picked it up just a few days ago to give it a closer look and was hooked after just a few pages and ended up reading the whole book in less than twenty-four hours. I found this to be a delightful and very enjoyable read. This book is the third book in The Gilded Age Girls Club series but I read it as a stand-alone without any difficulty. This was actually the first book by Maya Rodale that I have had a chance to read and I was very impressed and will definitely be reading more of her work in the future. I felt like the way this book was written had a certain charm to it which really appealed to me. The book opens with Beatrice and Dalton as young adults. They were both attracted to each other and wanted to run away together but Beatrice did what her family wanted her to do and married the Duke who proposed. Fast forward sixteen years and Beatrice is back in New York, divorced, and determined to bring her family's store back to the splendor she remembers from her childhood. There is a new store across the street from her store called Dalton's and things are about to get very interesting. I really liked Beatrice and Dalton. They were great characters from the beginning but as I learned more about them, I grew to like them more and more. They have both overcome quite a few obstacles in their lives and are stronger as a result. Beatrice had already disregarded society's expectations when she divorced the Duke and wasn't going to worry about what anyone thought of her anymore. Dalton started with nothing and worked his way to the top but he was very lonely. I thought that they had fantastic chemistry with each other and I loved every scene they spent with each other. I would recommend this book to fans of historical romance. This was a fun second chance and enemies to lovers rolled up into one. I loved the characters and thoroughly enjoyed the story from beginning to end. I wouldn't hesitate to read more books in the fun series! I received a review copy of this book from HarperCollins - Avon Books.

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