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    Best Historical Fiction of 2018

    The Kennedy Debutante is the story of Kathleen “Kick” Kennedy who is the sister of John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy. I am sad to say that I didn’t even realize that these two amazing men had a sister named Kathleen. Now that I am in the know, I realize that without her these two men may not have ended up as famous as they were, she is powerful, she is smart, and she pushed her brothers, supported her brothers, and love her brothers with her entire heart. Do not get confused, this is not a story of the Kennedy men. This is the story of Kick Kennedy and the way she shaped the world around her. I really wanted to Google Kathleen Kennedy, I needed to know more about her but I held out. I waited and read every word Kerri Maher wrote and learned so much not only about Kick but about the world she lived in, the war that affected her, and the family that she loved so much. I was amazed at how much she wanted to change the world. She wasn’t going to be happy to just be a woman in the world. She wanted to make it better, to be a force to be recognized and to blaze her own path. I loved how supportive her dad was. Joe Sr. never gave his entire permission, as that would have been going against her mother, but he encourages and even showed her the way to get what she wanted a few times. Rose, Kick’s mother, supported her but she wanted to keep her close and have her follow in her footsteps being a good Catholic, a good mother, and a good wife. The Kennedy Debutante is on my best historical fiction of 2018. I will recommend it over and over again.

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