[PDF] Jacquelyn (Sunfire, #12) By Jeffie Ross Gordon – Raovathaiphong.info

Jacquelyn (Sunfire, #12) How Can She Think Only Of Herself In These Hard Times Living In Chicago In The 1930s, During The Great Depression, Jacquelyn Penelope Carleton Sees Poverty And Suffering Everywhere But As The Daughter Of One Of The Richest Families In The City, She Never Expects To Experience It Herself Then Her Father Loses His Fortune In The Crash And Suffers A Debilitating Stroke Suddenly Jacky Must Support Her Entire Family, And She Has Never Worked A Day In Her Life Kind, Handsome Stefan Offers Her Marriage As An Escape From Her Problems, And David Opens Her Eyes To The Dazzling, Turbulent World Of Show Business She Must Choose Between The Two Men, But Doing So Will Tear Her Heart In Two Should She Choose The Comfort Of Safety Or Risk Everything For Excitement Waxing Nostalgic Jacquelyn has to learn to give up her wealthy life and work hard for her family in the depression She does learn to work and care for others and she learns to love. Probably one of my favorite Sunfires yet Jacky is a pampered princess when the Depression turns her world upside down She must learn many things and quickly She must learn how to take care of a recently bed ridden father, a mother who is not really there, and must deal with the finances of her family Her brother, Bax, sends money, but he s always away with his mysterious friends How is he getting so much money Why isn t her fiancee, Broderick, calling on her Where can she find a job All Probably one of my favorite Sunfires yet Jacky is a pampered princess when the Depression turns her world upside down She must learn many things and quickly She must learn how to take care of a recently bed ridden father, a mother who is not really there, and must deal with the finances of her family Her brother, Bax, sends money, but he s always away with his mysterious friends How is he getting so much money Why isn t her fiancee, Broderick, calling on her Where can she find a job All these problems andour quirky and independent herione must struggle to overcome And of course, figure out who her true love is That s a given in any Sunfire If it were me, I would ve made Broderick a bigger character as well as the cousin, but I liked this one, but have to admit that I found Aunt Penny to be really annoying She gets all judgmental that Jacky is dancing in a chorus line, but doesn t seem to do anything to help put food on the table Bitch, please, when you re moochi I originally read this series back in the 80s, checking them out from my elementary school library Having re read them as an adult I think they stand the test of time and are still relevant as far as historical fiction is concerned. I loved this book, mainly because it was a STORY and not just about one girl s tough decision about whom to date.Gordon actually a 2 woman writing team brought the Depression era to life, as much as YA literature goes into the nitty gritty, anyway The heroine finds her inner strength when her cushy lifestyle is stripped away from her in the aftermath of the Crash and discovers just how shallow that life was, and how useless her upper class girls school education really is in the desperate, I loved this book, mainly because it was a STORY and not just about one girl s tough decision about whom to date.Gordon actually a 2 woman writing team brought the Depression era to life, as much as YA literature goes into the nitty gritty, anyway The heroine finds her inner strength when her cushy lifestyle is stripped away from her in the aftermath of the Crash and discovers just how shallow that life was, and how useless her upper class girls school education really is in the desperate, clawing world of unemployment and shattered bank accounts Fine embroidery is useless working a candy box


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