Reckless Treasure

Reckless Treasure

Cecily Wolfe / May 30, 2020

Reckless Treasure When her mother is sleeping with the man she loves what s a girl to do Francesca is weeks away from high school graduation and the hope of escaping her self centered grasping family her trashy mothe

  • Title: Reckless Treasure
  • Author: Cecily Wolfe
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 199
  • Format: ebook
  • When her mother is sleeping with the man she loves, what s a girl to do Francesca is weeks away from high school graduation and the hope of escaping her self centered, grasping family her trashy mother and hustling twin brother While her crush on their older neighbor holds her attention, she is blind to what everyone else can clearly see, the love her best friend MitchWhen her mother is sleeping with the man she loves, what s a girl to do Francesca is weeks away from high school graduation and the hope of escaping her self centered, grasping family her trashy mother and hustling twin brother While her crush on their older neighbor holds her attention, she is blind to what everyone else can clearly see, the love her best friend Mitch carries in his heart for her When her dead grandmother s high school boyfriend returns to town for his class reunion, his immediate attraction to Francesca is a game changer Can Mr Long and his wealth open up undreamed of opportunities for Francesca s future, and at what price adult content sexual situations, language

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        Ceci Wolfe writes whatever her characters tell her to write, including YA, contemporary family drama and romance, and Christian historical romance Upcoming releases 2018 Starlight, The Competition, and Treasure of Hope.cecilywolfe Cecily Wolfe eFacebook facebook ceciwolfe Street Team facebook groups 13117Instagram instagram cecilywolfe Pinterest pinterest alyswolfe Twitter twitter ceciwolfetumblr That Night tumblr blog ceciwolfeLibraryThing librarything author woBookBub bookbub authors cecil


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    1. When I read Reckless Treasure, I had to take some time to really think about my feelings on this book. In western culture, we really dig our happily ever after’s and this story had a HEA but not what you would have expected. I decided that I really appreciated how this story was written and felt that it was a realistically told tale of how life can be for a certain segment of society. I am glad that it had what I would consider a realistic version of an ending. It made it more real to me and a [...]


    2. First and foremost to the author:How dare you. How dare you make me fall in love with these characters and have my heart ripped out in the end. I was a blubbering mess when I finished. That was by far the most unexpected turn of events and it literally destroyed my inner soul. And I absolutely loved every bit of it with every fiber of my being.Now that I got that off my chest, Cecily Wolfe has once again captured my heart with her cast development. None of these characters are your standard run [...]


    3. Wow, ya'll, I think this book is like, the romantic equivalent of Game of Thrones, but no one dies, or that episode of America's Next Top Model where Tyra loses it. WE WERE ALL ROOTING FOR YOU. I got invested in all of these characters, rooting for certain things to happen, only for the author to be like, not today, Satan.The book is told third person from the point of view of several characters, a lot of them wholly unlikable. A few of them, I really wanted to yank from my kindle and punch in t [...]


    4. It took me a while to get into this book because I couldn't figure out exactly who the characters were and if I liked them. But around page 100 they became more clear and the relationships between them developed by this author were really special as was the setting of this story. I loved the neighborhood and it condos. The way that the author described the place where her characters lived was really beautiful. Also there is love, sex, and jealousy which makes for a great story.


    5. 3.5 stars Reckless Treasure is a quick read full of drama, money hungry people who use others, love triangles, from riches to rags, and family. Francesca is almost out of high school which means she is almost out of that town and away from her hateful, selfish family. In the few weeks before she can leave, Mr Long comes around in his expensive suit and attention all for Francesca. Loving her older neighbor who is with her mother has made her feel pretty unwanted and undesirable, so she gladly so [...]


    6. Reckless Treasure by Cecily WolfeGenre: RomanceAbout the book: Francesca's cannot wait to get away from her trashy mom and her hustling twin brother. She crushes on one guy while the one who loves her, her best friend, is right under her nose. A man comes to town and offers her the world. But what will she sacrifice?Review: I enjoyed how the stories had different POVs but it was never confusing. The story got you hooked quickly and covered a good amount of material in a relatively short time. My [...]


    7. This was a different type of book for me. There are quite a few characters that share their point of view in this story. When reading, you notice they are all connected with either bringing Francesca happiness or misery. She comes from a poor family with a mother who doesn't care much for her, a father who walked away, and a brother who is selfish and greedy. Her best friends help her deal with living in a loveless household. Upon further reading, Francesca reveals her feelings for Jerry, while [...]


    8. this book was really hard to follow. so many things going on at the same time. some was about the preview, but was all over the place. gold digger, snooty neighbors hot male neighbor best friends and a man from the past. it was interesting to read!


    9. A rich cast of characters, none of whom fit neatly into the stereotyped pigeon holes you try to squeeze them into. Reckless Treasure tells the tale of Francesca. A high school senior just trying to keep her head down and make her way to the finish line that is her high school graduation. Obstacles standing in her way include a scheming family. Her twin betrays her at every chance. Her mother's solution to her own failing youth is to have Francesca trade on her own looks-- and share any resulting [...]


    10. I received an ARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Cecily Wolfe!This book took me by surprise. It was unlike anything I'd ever read. It was hard coming up with a rating for this one, as I had no similar book to compare it to, so I decided to rate it on originality (check), intrigue (check), and plot (double check).What really impressed me about this book are two things; how the author does not fall into the "standard" plot lines we typically find today, an [...]


    11. Reckless Treasure feels like a Victorian morality tale that’s been updated to the 21st century. A condo complex replaces the pastoral village, and a tea party is a pool party. A fancy ball? Prom, of course.The novel is told from multiple viewpoints, sometimes two or three in a single chapter. The characters are manifested in black-or-white virtue with no doubts raised about how the reader should feel about them. There’s mom Francie, who rapaciously chases money and men, boob-obsessed Ricky, [...]


    12. (more like 4.5 stars)Of course, I can't resist a Henry James re-telling (well, sometimes I can) but this is one of my favorites (the original) and there are so many Easter eggs here that I don't even know where to start. If you've read the original, there are sooooo many references hidden within the story that it is almost distracting, but not quite in a bad way. It is rather dramatic on its own - and much more explicit than the original, obviously - and is quite a soap opera of family drama, ro [...]


    13. After finishing this book, I had to take some time to reflect on how I felt about it. The synopsis threw me off a bit. I went in expecting certain story and ended up with something different. The book has multiple points of views and I felt that it took away from the story it could have been. There were too many loose ends and unfinished business. I kept waiting for something big to happen. The author did a great job in creating these characters though. Some you liked and some you wanted to slap [...]


    14. This was the first book that I have read from Cecily Wolfe. It unsettled me a little - not the story itself which is told from different viewpoints - but the way it endedt quite a HEA.That said, I did enjoy this book of a girl trying to make good, while her lazy brother and self absorbed mother try to use her to make their own miserable lives more worthwhile.I am volunteering to leave a review for an ARC of this book.


    15. When i first started this book it took a little bit to get off to a good start, but when i did really get into it i started getting certain feelings for the characters. I really disliked the mother and francesicas twin brother.me of the stuff was a little hard to swallow. I didnt really start getting mad at the whole book till the way it ends. I dont know why but just not how i seen things ending . But its a really good book till about the end then it might upset you a bit lol i hope there is go [...]


    16. “Reckless Treasure” is an intriguing novel by indie novelist Cecily Wolfe. By my count, this is her fifth novel, and she appears to be tackling quite a wide variety of themes and settings, including child abuse, the ravages of heroin, and uplifting historical romances. As mentioned in her bio, she writes “whatever her characters tell her to write”, which is a pretty fun approach to writing.A fascinating thing about “Reckless Treasure” is it is a modern re-telling of a Henry James nov [...]


    17. This was Cecily Wolfe's first book I’ve read and I really liked the author's type of writing. I look forward to read others.In "Reckless Treasure" we live intensely the familiar dramas of Francesca and her dysfunctional family. Nobody deserves a mother and a brother like that. Francesca's life will change when her family background comes to meet her.I received a free copy of this book from the author


    18. *Read more of my reviews at Whoo Gives A Hoot*I generously received this ARC from the author in exchange for a honest reviewOkay so I want to start off by saying that this story was not what I was expecting, not that it's a bad thing though. Since this was my first Cecily Wolf book I had no clue what I was getting myself into, but I have to say I was pleasantly surprised! The story is told in multiple perspectives which was certainly an interesting aspect of the book because the readers are able [...]


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