Wednesday's Child

Wednesday s Child For Gemma Alcott daughter of business tycoon Burgess T Alcott III the summer of is a season for picnics sailing parties and romance But life becomes difficult when the Alcott wealth is lost

  • Title: Wednesday's Child
  • Author: Linda Lee Chaikin
  • ISBN: 9780736900690
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Paperback
  • For Gemma Alcott, daughter of business tycoon Burgess T Alcott, III, the summer of 1929 is a season for picnics, sailing parties, and romance But life becomes difficult when the Alcott wealth is lost in the Wall Street crash known as Black Tuesday Gemma and her younger sister, Melody, are suddenly destitute In their time of need, Kace Morgan, a distant relative appearsFor Gemma Alcott, daughter of business tycoon Burgess T Alcott, III, the summer of 1929 is a season for picnics, sailing parties, and romance But life becomes difficult when the Alcott wealth is lost in the Wall Street crash known as Black Tuesday Gemma and her younger sister, Melody, are suddenly destitute In their time of need, Kace Morgan, a distant relative appears and Gemma realizes she still has choices But can she handle the loss of all she has known and a new life that is far from the sheltering wealth she has grown up with Wednesday s child might have woe, but life is never so dark that God cannot deliver His own into paths of light Book 3 in the series.

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    1. I've long been a fan of Linda Chaikin.ever, this would have to be my least favorite of all her books I've read. It was so different from all the others it almost didn't even feel like the same author. I'm wondering if anyone else thought the same thinge characters were absolutly horrible like her other female main characters that you love from the beginingd the male in this book.what a zero kept acting like he had faith but it certainly didn't seem like he was that great a guy by the way he trea [...]

    2. This was a little overly emotional/romantic, but the story was gripping and thought-provoking. Working in mystery as well, it started out with a cast of rich young people out to have a good time. Then there's the missing person. Then there are the charges and fears that the main character's father is involved in some untoward doings. Then there is the crash of the stock market. Everything seems to be going wrong in Sharlotte's life after such a promising beginning. But was it really promising, o [...]

    3. The first part of the story I loved. I even understood why Kace was being a jerk and mean to Sharlott. However, it wasn't until the end of the book that he said anything kind to her. Kace was horrible to both her and other poor girl he was stringing along. In the end, I hated the book.

    4. "Wednesday's child is full of woe" The story starts in 1929 at the Ashford Summerhouse, Long Island, New York. Sharolette Ashford faces the aftermath of the Wall Street Crash moving her from the life of luxury to the realities of the 'dirty thirtys' in Texas.

    5. Sharlette is my least favorite of Chaikin's female leads. She is spoiled and takes a long time to admit her mistakes.

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