Price of Privilege

This book by: Jessica Dotta is the third and final book in the Price of Privilege Trilogy. Julia Elliston is in the midst of the biggest scandal of the century. As the runaway bride of Chance Macy (who vows to get revenge) and the heiress of an emerald empire, she marries her childhood sweetheart; a local vicar. Edward is now rejected by his parents and community for marrying a scandalous woman. In an attempt to regain control of their lives, they return to Julia’s father’s estate for refuge. There she is forced to face Lord Isaac Dalry; the man who she was engaged to less than a month ago. She has to face her father who is disappointed in her life choices, including marrying her new husband. She has to face public opinion as well as the Victorian court system and is caught in a web of deceit and lies. This book is full of suspense and tension, romance and friendship, pain and redemption.

This is the first book in the trilogy that I have read. Being that it is the third book, I found myself missing a lot of information that I am sure was already explained in books 1 and 2. I was still captivated by the story line and have already added books 1 and 2 to my reading list so that I can catch up! I loved this book! It had me laughing and crying. I find that books that pull these kind of emotions always end up on my list of favorites. The ending was completely shocking to me as I am sure it will be to most readers. I did not expect the outcome at all! I would highly recommend this book (and trilogy) to anyone who likes the settings of the Victorian era. I would recommend reading the trilogy in order though!

In accordance with the Federal Trade Commission I am required to disclose that Tyndale House provided this book for free in exchange for my review. I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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Price of Privilege

By Jessica Dotta / Tyndale House

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