Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Glittering Promises Book Review


 
Wow, it's hard to believe that this series is over but it was truly breathtaking to read while this journey lasted. This is the last book in the Grand Tour series called Glittering Promises written by Lisa T. Bergren.
 
Synopsis:
Lisa T. Bergren’s popular Grand Tour series concludes as Cora Kensington journeys farther into Italy, wrestles with a terrible ultimatum from her father, and comes to terms with the Father who will never fail her. 
America’s newest heiress must decide if her potential fortune is rationale enough to give up her freedom and all that God is leading her toward. And when her newly-discovered siblings are threatened with ruin, her quandary deepens.  
Then as Cora nears Rome, more journalists are tracking the news story of the decade—“Copper Cora,” the rags-to-riches girl—and want to know more about her family and the men vying for her attention. Meanwhile, a charming Italian countess decides that if Cora isn’t going to claim Will’s heart, she might just try…
Wow, the drama did not let up in the this last book for Cora and Will. She has been chased, captured, people are trying to kill her and she has 3 men all wanting to be with her! Which one will she choose?

Well, definitely, one of them is up to no good and that is Pierre. He vows undying love for her but then turns around and has her kidnapped just so he can save her and look like the hero. See, all of this attention and bad luck comes about because her real father, Mr. Kensington, leaves her 51 percent of the mining company and it sets in motion a whole series of events.

Another man is involved in a totally different way and it will break one of Cora's sisters heart. He was planning on marrying Vivian for the money and the company but when Cora got the 51 percent instead, it sent Andrew Morgan over the edge.

It's a great ending to an awesome story and you won't be disappointed. It is full of adventure, love and family. You will truly enjoy the last book of the Grand Tour.

Happy Reading!
 

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