Finding Willow - By Dawn Robertson

Hers Series - Book 2
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 contains mature content which may not be suitable for all readers.
FW contains minor abuse themes.
Robertson puts the pedal to the metal in "Finding Willow." The cover of this book is perfect because I feel like I jumped on the back of a motorbike and sped along this literary highway. The story moves fluidly and with such heat from where we left Star in "Hers." The sex is hot and fiery - kudos for some of the most surprising erotica scenes I've read in awhile. While I don't think I got to know Chrome very well, what I appreciated most from "Finding Willow" was getting some back story on Seven, Star and Blue. Their parents lived together, were swingers and neglected their children - finally I have an understanding about why Seven and Star were friends since forever and why their parents are assholes. Giving me more substance to Seven's story as well as Star's made me one happy camper considering I had so many questions after "Hers." Plot wise, I felt Chrome and Star's romance was a bit instant but I read "Kink the Halls" before this so I may have already been biased. Regardless, the book flew by and while I was a little confused about what on earth Chrome's works as, I was too satisfied to care. "Finding Willow" is fast and dangerous and be warned some people may find the abuse scenes offensive.

xxx Literary George
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Finding Willow (Hers, #2)

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