The Fortune Hunter

The Fortune Hunter

by Bonnie Dee

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940154640371
Publisher: Bonnie Dee
Publication date: 01/02/2018
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,217,880
File size: 532 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Whether you're a fan of contemporary, paranormal, or historical romance, you'll find something to enjoy among my books. I'm interested in flawed, often damaged, people who find the fulfillment they seek in one another. To stay informed about new releases, please SIGN UP FOR MY NEWSLETTER. Help an author out by leaving a review and spreading the word about this book among your friends. You can join my street team at FB. Learn more about my backlist at http://bonniedee.com or find me on FB and Twitter @Bonnie_Dee.

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The Fortune Hunter 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MaraJ73 More than 1 year ago
Upon returning from the war, Hal Stanton finds employment hard to come by so he decides to become something he's not and hook a wealthy wife. Julian Needham has kept himself away from the family trying to run from the guilt he felt over his last meeting with his brother and not having reconciled before his death. Once Julian meets his cousin's fiancee, he's determined to prove he isn't the Hal Stanton he's presenting himself as. When the attraction between the two blossoms will the truth of Hal's identity get in the way? It's no secret that I am a huge historical fan and if you follow my blog it will also come as no surprise that I love historicals with Bonnie Dee's name attached. Well, The Fortune Hunter is no exception. Post-WW1 is a time frame that I don't think is explored nearly enough so when I find one I gobble it up and I was not disappointed with Fortune. Miss Dee has a way that lets the reader feel as if you looked out your front window, 2018 would disappear and 1920 would be the world you saw. From the scenery to the dialogue to the emotions, its all so authentic and obviously respectfully researched, which only heightens the reading experience for me. As for the characters, well what's not to like? You got Hal who hasn't exactly been dealt a winning hand in life and you got Julian who has always felt like the spare. I couldn't make up mind most of the time whether to wrap them up in a big bear hug to show my love and support or to whack them upside the head until they sat down and talked properly. When an author can make the reader feel such conflicting emotions and still leave them happily entertained, for me that is what makes a good book. I highly recommend giving this story a chance because whether you like historicals or not, The Fortune Hunter is a well written tale with interesting and intriguing characters that left a smile on my face and frankly I can't ask for more when it comes to my reading.