Daughters of Fortune by Tara Hyland – Katie O’Dwyer flees the constraints of her rural Irish upbringing for the excitement of London. Here she meets and falls in. William Melville’s daughters are heiresses to the world’s most exclusive fashion dynasty. Beautiful and rich, they are envied by all. But behind. Buy the eBook Daughters of Fortune by Tara Hyland online from Australia’s leading online eBook store. Download eBooks from Booktopia today.

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Honestly it was well worth the time. I adore the gorgeous blue cover, and think it will hylland make it stand out in bookshops simply because it looks so elegant and the blue is just divine. Write a customer review. Girly Scribbles’ Book Reviews.

Wow, this reads very Penny Vincenzi, with the glamour, the drama, the company plots and serious issues of extramarital affairs, I absolutely loved it, and will be looking out for any further novels from this author when I finish the stack I have to read lol! This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Explore the Home Gift Guide.

Meanwhile, Elizabeth grows into a driven business whiz, and Amber becomes an unstable supermodel. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.


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ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Books of the Week. I really liked this book, I re-read it over and over again. The chapters were short and neat, though, which meant it was incredibly easy to pick up and put down where necessary.

William Melville is Chief Executive of the world-renowned fashion company, Melville. Smart, ambitious Elizabeth knows how to manipulate every man she meets, except the one who counts: Showing of 20 reviews.

It is a page turner. Please try again later. Now family traditions and the foundation of this prestigious family are threatened and changes will have to be made. That’s so unlike her even after she went to rehab. You can find out more about Tara Hyland and her novels here: If I were to judge it within is limitations, as such an enjoyable novel then I would say it is great.

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In line with the nature of the book being Summer, the event took on a sun theme. I daugyters to divide fiction in two categories, real literature and non-literature fiction writing. More By and About This Author.

Apr 23, Sharon Anderson rated it it was ok. She earned so much in such short time. Beautiful and rich, they are envied by all. But Caitlin remains William’s favourite; even though she has rejected his love and his money.


I was expecting this book to be a YA novel along the lines of Gossip Girl based on the front and back covers. One person found this helpful. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. In the end, expect entertainment, not Literature.

Review: Daughters of Fortune. By Tara Hyland.

Because the simple truth is that, no matter how far you go, you cannot escape the claims of family. Still, if you’re not familiar with this sort of genre, or repetition doesn’t decrease your excitement, I think you may like Daughters of Fortune.

Elizabeth-Headstrong, prideful, and organized. Despite the cover this is not a “Gossip Girl” type book. From Publishers Weekly In Hyland’s sprawling debut, hylabd with Gossip Girl sizzle and Barbara Taylor Bradford melodrama, year-old Irish lassie Caitlin O’Dwyer learns the shocking truth about her father’s identity from her dying mother: This allows Daughtere to jump backwards and forwards between characters easily, dauughters gives an overall cohesion to the book.

Trivia About Daughters of Fortune. Not the type of book I would normally gravitate to, but I seriously could not put it down. I enjoyed the description of the Melville homes and their fashion dynasty. One thing that sort of annoys me were the ever present stereotyes.