Wealthy, headstrong Isabel McIntire vowed after her father left her a hefty inheritance that no one, not even her older brother James or her only sister Helen, would ever again interfere with her life. She reclaimed her place in Louisville's high society and took control of her fate.
Or so she thought.
Her daughter Etta in turn embraced Isabel's favorite lyric, La Vincero as her own motto. For both of them, the words meant I will win my battles, I will conquer my enemies.
And they tried to overcome all obstacles, but with oh so different consequences.
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