My thoughts: I was draw into the story of American Heiress Elizabeth Nordeman, as she navigates the expectations and commitments of being wealthy during the Gilded Age. Finding it hard to accept suitors and their motives as the sole heiress leaves her longing for a bit of independence and escape, which she finds in arranging flowers for some iconic places in Chicago. I enjoyed the historical details that are woven into this story! It's a delightful book to read through. While it is the second in the series, I felt like it was fine to read before reading the first one, since I will have to go back and read Sorrento Girl.
I received this book from Just Read. This is my honest review and is in no way influenced by receiving a complimentary copy.