“A Daughter’s Inheritance” Book Review

May 25, 2015 by

Welcome back to Rachel’s Back Talk! I’m so glad you could join me again. Today I am reviewing book 1 of Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller’s series, “The Broadmoor Legacy,” A Daughter’s Inheritance.


As is my custom, if I could ask Tracie and Judith one question about A Daughter’s Inheritance, it would be — “Why did Fanny maintain such loyalty to her uncle and never figure out what he was doing to her?” And if you want to know why I asked that question, I guess you’ll just have to read the book to find out!


And without further ado, onto Rachel’s Back Talk!


From the Back Cover:

Cousins Amanda, Sophie, and Fanny Broadmoor are as close as sisters, but when their grandfather dies, the terms of his will just might destroy their bond. Seventeen-year-old Fanny has never put much stock in the conventions of society. In fact, she has given her heart to Michael, the family boat-keeper. But when she receives a surprising inheritance, she discovers just how oppressive society can be . . . and that she may be trusting the wrong people.

Dare she follow her heart and risk going against her family? What if she loses everything she’s ever known? It all comes down to one choice: What does Fanny Broadmoor want her legacy to be?



Rachel’s Back Talk:

5 – award winning covers


A Daughter’s Inheritance was a wonderful book that any historical fan would love! What I absolutely loved about it was that it was based on three cousins on a beautiful island. The girl the book was based on, Fanny, was just left a huge inheritance after her grandfather died. All would be well and happy for these girls until you enter the sneaky uncle who spoiled everyone’s fun.

I adored Fanny. She was so elegant and never cared what others thought about her. She followed her heart, even if that would be lowering her place in society. Fanny was also fair and was often found mediating between her two cousins. The relationship with the cousins was well written too and was so realistic! The girls acted just like sisters—they stood up for each other, cared for each other, and of course, even annoyed each other. They were always ready to lend a listening ear though.


Other books by Tracie and Judith I will read next:

An Unexpected Love (Broadmoor Legacy, Book 2)

A Surrendered Heart (The Broadmoor Legacy Book #3)

Bells of Lowell, 3-in-1

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