She must return to the place that twice brought her shame. She’ll have one final chance to save someone else.
Tennessee, 1982. Wildflower McAllister thought she’d put the past behind her. But when she learns her mother is dying, she digs deep and returns to the small mountain town that stole her innocence and cast her out. And she has no choice but to pull her thirteen-year-old granddaughter Daisy right back into the ghosts of her painful history.
As her mother passes, Wildflower’s grief turns to despair when Daisy’s fortune is read, predicting a dark future and the return of sinister threats. With her granddaughter keeping a terrible secret, Wildflower’s distress forces her to call upon the community that rejected her to prevent another tragedy from playing out in front of her eyes.
Can Wildflower stop a harrowing legacy from spreading to another generation?
Daisy’s Fortune is the emotional conclusion to the Wildflower Trilogy. If you like strong women, generational tales, and the power of family and the land to heal, then you’ll adore Susan Gabriel’s compelling finale.
Book 1: The Secret Sense of Wildflower
Book 2: Lily’s Song
Book 3: Daisy’s Fortune
Wow! I loved The Secret Sense of Wildflower. It brought forth feelings I hadn’t felt in years. A wonderful read. Lily’s Song was another great read. You have such a wonderful talent. But, but, Daisy’s Fortune was absolutely the most powerful. I don’t remember ever being so touched by a book as Daisy’s Fortune. Do not even consider writing sequel 4. It will never reach the heights as DS. But if you decide a 4th is needed, I will buy the first copy.
What a gift you have Susan. I thank you for sharing it. Never stop writing.
OK, I’m off to find my next read. I’m thinking maybe Grits Ghosts and Secrets.... is that it?
Go Susan. Get back to what you do best and thank you for sharing your talent.
After reading The Secret Sense of Wildflower and Lily’s Song I was really excited to read the third book in this trilogy. I was not disappointed! Susan has a way of making the characters come alive and you feel as though you are right there with them. I highly recommend reading all three of these books and am looking forward to her next book.