Fifty Million Reasons

Toronto Series Book 13

Fiction - Womens
289 Pages
Reviewed on 12/31/2014
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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite

Fifty Million Reasons (Toronto Series Book 13) by Heather Wardell is a story of life-changing proportions. Angela is just a normal woman. She writes for a wine magazine, she lives in a flat with her Bonsai trees and she buys a lottery ticket every week. She also pays it forward. Once a week, she buys coffee for someone in the queue behind her. Then she wins the lottery - $50 million tax free Canadian dollars. She has plans to help her family and her friends, but she is stunned by the greed and desperation – her own as well as that of members of her family. A lawsuit from an unexpected quarter knocks her back further and she turns to one of the few people who doesn’t treat her any differently. Angela has some big decisions to make but will she make the right ones?

Fifty Million Reasons (Toronto Series Book 13) by Heather Wardell was a stunning book. Not only did it have a great storyline and incredibly likeable characters, it also touched deeply on a subject I’m sure we’ve all talked about. How do you deal with becoming a multi-millionaire overnight? Heather has covered every problem that most of us would have to deal with if faced with that situation, and has shown us that having more money than you know what to do with doesn’t necessarily bring happiness! Excellent story, written in a highly engaging manner. Looking forward to reading more from Heather Wardell.