Thursday, April 21, 2016

The Rebel Daughter

The Rebel Daughter 
Lauri Robinson
September 2015

For every wild child… 

No more watching from the sidelines for Twyla Nightingale: her feet are firmly on the dance floor! She won't let anyone sour the delicious taste of freedom—especially not Forrest Reynolds, back in town after all this time. 

…there's a guy who thinks she's the bee's knees. 

Forrest didn't expect a warm welcome from the Nightingale sisters, not after their lives had been so dramatically upturned. But seeing the challenge in Twyla's eyes, Forrest takes this rebel for a wild dance she won't forget! 

Between The Pages 
This is the third book in the Daughters of the Roaring Twenties, and an equally enjoyable read. Twyla is a fun and rebellious character, making her a likable heroine. Forrest has the charm and understanding to handle Twyla’s strong personality. This story intertwines with the first and second, but has a twist of mystery of its own, which is interesting and exciting. I would have liked to see Forrest’s mother’s secret resolved, but a peek into Josie’s mishap, makes the fourth book already enticing. Can’t wait to read The Forgotten Daughter.

4 Stars

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