Go On an Adventure with Finding Fortune

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My daughter and I enjoy reading together but more often than not due to our different interests, it’s hard to find a good book that we could both enjoy.

A book filled with adventure and suspense, interesting characters, and a story that captivates everyone regardless of age. Luckily we found it and can’t wait any longer to tell everyone about it!

We were recently lucky enough to get our hands on a copy of the new Delia Ray book, Finding Fortune.

Finding Fortune Delia Ray

This book has it all, adventure, mystery, suspense, lots of interesting characters, and a story that will captivate readers young and old.

Following the adventures of Ren, the main character, and her relatable misfortunes throughout a time in her life when she could use a little adventure. She meets a lot of friends along the way that are almost as interesting as the main story itself. She heads to a small town with a crooked sign reading population 128 38  12 and though nobody she knows has even seen a single person in the town, she likes to pass through on her bike rides.

After dealing with the divorce in her parents future, which seems more likely everyday, Ren can’t wait to get away. When she sees a flyer that asks the intriguing question, “Wanna get away from it all?” She decided that she did and wouldn’t come back until her mom’s new love interest was out of her life for good.

And that is just the beginning……

Finding Fortune

After heading to Fortune, Ren finds herself at an old school filled with a mix match of personalities that has been known to rent rooms for cheap.

This is where the real adventure begins!

It seems the old school is filled with more than just a lot of old rooms and quirky characters but there is a real mystery to be solved concerning an actual fortune that may help save the town.

My daughter and I enjoyed reading this book together but it was so good, I caught her trying to read ahead a few times and she may have caught me doing the same once or twice.

Finding Fortune

I think everyone will enjoy this book boys, girls, men, and women, this is fun adventure that the whole family can go on together. To pick up a copy of Finding Fortune by Delia Ray click here and to learn more about Delia Ray and find out more about all of her books click here to visit her website and follower her on facebook by clicking here. 
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One lucky reader is going to win a copy of Finding Fortune by Delia Ray by entering the giveaway below. What are some of your favorite books to read with your kids or by yourself?

Comments

  1. Sounds like a great book! My son has acquired the love for books from me, he reads one, every other week! I’m so proud of him!

  2. Austin Baroudi says:

    Right now, I’m reading the Hobbit. My daughter likes when I read her Green Eggs and Ham and pretty much any Dr. Suess book 😛

  3. I love reading just about any type of book, but with my son I like reading Eric Carle and Dr. Suess (he’s very young)!

  4. Tandi Cortez-Rios says:

    I’m always reading with my kids. We like reading Junie B. Jones or Diary of a Wimpy Kid books.

  5. funny

  6. I love so many authors but I love Richard Paul Evans! Amazing! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

  7. Heidi Ingalls says:

    My favorite books are by the author Erik Larson.

  8. We like bible stories! Thanks so much for the chances to win.

  9. Diary of a Wimpy Kid is what we are into right now.

  10. Nicole Sender says:

    My grandson loves Goodnight Moon!

  11. Annmarie W. says:

    I love just general fiction…I’ll enjoy anything that has a good story. But I’m not into really scary horror stuff or the apocolypic stuff (my teen daughter likes that stuff) or sci-fi/fantasty (my hubby likes that stuff). I just like a good story with interesting characters.

  12. Julie Waldron says:

    I like reading the American Girl books with my daughters.

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