Impoverished Wealth: The Anthology by Jake Cavanah

This is a collection of 4 short stories.  Each story is told from the perspective of someone living in extreme wealth.  The author shows the dark side of what most of us would think could be a pretty wonderful life. There is an old saying that “all that glitters is not gold.” And that fits this exactly.  From dysfunctional families at a whole new level to characters who are uber-narcissistic, this was an entertaining and thought-provoking read. 

However there is still a slim part of me that would like to experience that wealth and see if I could stay a good person!

For more about this author, CLICK HERE.

SUMMARY

Danny Cunningham is the son of the entertainment industry’s biggest mogul. He lives a life of luxury that includes a private chauffeur taking him to school and vacations around the world. Yet, Danny lives in fear.

Serena Cortez never had to grow up. She starts each day by riding her horse around her family’s multimillion-dollar estate overlooking the Pacific Ocean—oblivious as to what made her family so wealthy.

Ryan Graf is the wife a big-time sportswear executive. She goes to parties with star athletes and has nothing to worry about except getting to her tennis matches on time. Until she loses someone close to her.

Damon Maker is a twenty-something who is the only son of one of the world’s wealthiest families. He doesn’t have the burden of driving himself around. He resides in a mansion most would mistake for a modern-day castle and is set to inherit his father’s multibillion-dollar corporation. But he isn’t the only Maker who wants it all.

Impoverished Wealth: The Anthology unveils the complexities that come with extraordinary wealth, causing one to reconsider if getting to the top is really worth it.

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