Daddy doesn't necessarily know best, especially when he seems determined to interfere in his youngest daughter's love life. Rachel Lear has her own ideas about love and marriage in Julia London's cheeky peek into the witchy ways of romance, Miss Fortune, the concluding tale in the trilogy of the Lear sisters. Rachel's determination to set her own course to true love is put to the test, however, when Flynn Oliver storms into her life and knocks her well-ordered world into an uproar. She sees Flynn as the knight in shining armor she's always dreamed of. When a series of art thefts ties in too closely with Rachel, she finally realizes that none of the men in her life is quite what he appears to be. Will Flynn win, or will Myron, the down-on-his-luck man from her past, captivate her dreamer's heart? Julia London conjures up a madcap cast of characters worthy of farce, fancy and just plain fun reading.

Sandy Huseby reviews from her homes in Fargo, North Dakota, and lakeside in northern Minnesota.

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