Sunday, December 29, 2013

Finding Willow by Dawn Robertson with Review

Sex is all I have ever known.
It started at an early age, and never stopped.
Men, women, threesomes, foursomes, orgies. Fuck it, whatever goes.

Twenty eight years old and nothing to show for my life but a fat bank account, and an impressive porn catalogue; all featuring yours truly; Starburst Bloom.

I'm at a crossroads, and I have a choice to make. I choose salvation.
I choose life. I choose myself, for the first time ever.

I will find her. I will find the life I was forced to give up.
I just pray that he stays out of my way.

Finding Willow is for 18+ audiences. 
There is a mild abuse flashback, which may not be suitable for all readers.

Finding Willow Buy Links:

Finding Willow is the second book in the Hers series.
You have to read Hers to understand most of it, the buy links for Hers are:

My Review: 5 stars
Dawn is a fantastic writer. She wove the first book, Hers, seamlessly into this one. I was interested to see things from Star's perspective. How things had happened all these years between her and Seven, and her and Blue. God, there's a guy you love to hate. What a sick fuck. I can't believe that Star and Seven's parents did nothing to help Star. Made me sick to hear her ask them why they didn't protect her all those years. Man, I wanted to kick the crap out of all of them for what they failed to do for her. Even after they did one thing right, I still wanted to punch them in the face. I take that back, they did two things right. But all the other things can never be forgotten, maybe not even forgiven. 
Thank God Star and Chrome found each other. When everything else was falling apart further around Star, there she was building a relationship with this god of a biker, who gave her freedom and made her feel things she never felt before. That is priceless. Chrome gave Star some feeling of self-worth. He was honest with her about everything he could be honest about, and honest about the reasons he couldn't tell her other things. Star needed a man like him, he makes her feel alive and that life is worth living. 
I really loved the end of this book where Dawn pulled everything together. Made me smile, made me hopeful. The characters were fantastic in one way or another and I loved Chrome's family too. River and Scarlet just made this story better. I know that sounds strange, but they really did. It gave Star the opportunity to be around another child that was her daughters age, and her first friend when she went back to Woodstock was River.This was such an enjoyable read, and I really hope that Dawn continues to write these books. I know there's another one coming, and I can't wait for it!

About the author:
Dawn Robertson is a twenty-something indie erotic romance, and mother.  She lives in sunny senior citizen packed Florida, where she wrangles her kids, and Pitbull puppy.

Dawn can normally be found swearing like a sailor, making late night drive-thru appearances, arguing with her kids (or being run over by their power wheels),  reading a steamy romance while hiding in her bathroom, writing her little heart out on her laptop (or dragging her Macbook to the Genius bar praying they can save her latest work in progress), or sipping on a smoothie. She loves to hear from her fans, readers, and authors alike. Feel free to drop her a message.

Dawn rarely takes life seriously, so be sure to expect heavy sarcasm from her. She is also the life of the party, so be sure to meet up with her at one of the many author events she will be attending in the next couple months. Buy her a shot of whiskey, and she will love you for life.

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