The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba is set in the 19th century and was inspired by real-life events that simultaneously took place in Cuba and New York City during what is now known as the Gilded Age. The story captures the real-life rival publishing tycoons William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer and three brave women who shaped the course of history. First, we have a woman who is working in the newspaper industry in 1896 and trying to break her big story, on who was unjustly imprisoned in Havana, and one who is secretly working for the Cuban revolution. This story details the hardships that the three different women encountered in during the Spanish Revolution, in a time when women weren’t seen as independent, or weren’t known to have much of a voice—these three showed that women definitely did have a voice. Not only is there plenty of intrigue and excitement, but there are also beautiful love stories intertwined within these pages. This is a true story of the power of a strong woman, and how one’s voice and guy feeling, can definitely make a difference for the better.