"The greatest wealth a man can have is his family." That's what Ian Beaumont always said. He was one of the wealthiest merchants in Marseilles and he always considered his three daughters the source, the reason for his prosperity.
His oldest, fiery Julianna, had a penchant for beautiful gowns. Golden Josephine, his second oldest, admired jewelry, conservative and exotic. The youngest, modest Joanna, found wonder in the simplest things.
All three were so different but together reminded Ian of his late wife. They were all he needed and wanted. And they were all he had when the Beaumont business fell.