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Wildflower (The Wildflower Series Book 1) [Kindle Edition]

Amy Maurer Jones
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Laney Stillwater has obsessed over gorgeous Jordan Stone for as long as she can remember, but when Joshua Bangs moves to Plymouth, her fascination is divided.

Laney’s instant connection with the new boy lessens the appeal of perfect Jordan’s game of cat and mouse. When he finally levels with her about his true feelings, it may be too little too late.

Unfortunately, the three souls have been intertwined for hundreds of years, living the same life over and over. When destiny demands a tragic ending, how can love prevail?

Paranormal, reincarnation, tattoos, historical romance, Native American, love and romance, love triangle


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About the Author

Amy Maurer Jones has been happily married to her own version of Edward Cullen for sixteen years. She lives in the small town of Tabor City, North Carolina (close to the North and South Carolina shore) with her husband Kelly and their two beautiful children, Olivia and Keaton. Amy loves reading and writing Young Adult because she finds young people inspiring. She appreciates how teens are able to look at the world with a fresh perspective and willingly open their minds to the endless possibilities that life has to offer. She particularly enjoys writing strong heroines who face problems head on, learn, grow and mature into the type of people who do the right thing. When Amy isn't reading and writing, she teaches high school theater arts and dance. To say that Amy has a flare for all things creative would be an understatement, just don't ask her to assemble anything that requires instructions or sadly, you will be out of luck! Favorite quote: "You are unique, and if that is not fulfilled, then something has been lost." ~ Martha Graham

Product Details

  • File Size: 372 KB
  • Print Length: 295 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008755190
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #529,749 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Love does Conquer December 6, 2012
By Michele
Format:Kindle Edition
Laney has a deep culture and heritage, she is part Wamponoag.

Laney, however, is unsure of what kind of relationship she has with Jordan. He is like a light bulb turning on and off with how he might feel for her. Until, one day, Joshua, walks in: the new boy at school. She is astounded that he is the same boy in her dreams.

Wildflower is a unique story about Indian culture and heritage, and how soul mates can never be torn apart. The story travels back and forth between current Massachusetts and the land as it was when first settled by the English. Laney learns through her dreams the intense bond that she holds with her soul mate. Each dream brings you closer to the conclusion of Wildflower and Joshua and their destiny.

The reincarnation twist goes even farther than Laney and Joshua. Laney soon discovers her shaman gifts and taps into them.

I absolutely loved this story. Being American Indian descent myself, I felt drawn to this story in an emotional way. The plot is packed with mystery, friendship, loyalty...very difficult to put down. Laney's high school experiences were right on, with what happens today in the real world. The thought of a love bond surviving through the centuries of time is mesmerizing. It's an incredible read and will keep you on pins and needles to find out what happens next!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Joshua Bangs? Who? Me? YES PLEASE!!! November 23, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
Amy Jones you make me Moan! Lol ew that's gross, but anyway WILDFLOWER was intense, intriguing, emotional and amazing! I absolutely loved it!

The book starts off waaaaay back in the day, I'm not talking 1990 I'm talkin' 1700's! WILDFLOWER is the daughter of a powerful Shaman who falls in love with Joshua Bangs (I'd Bang him alright lol) an Englishman's son who comes to trade with the Indians. When their souls connect it causes problems for her tribe and his... um... clan? Group? something! Anyway then the book shoots us into present day 2011 where young Laney Stillwater is crushing mad serious on Jordan Stone! This kid is sketchy at best, I mean one minute he's into her then the next he treats her like sh**! Serious WTF moment for me! I was like "This b!tch lost his mind!" A disastrous date causes Laney to write Jordan off for not sticking up for her! (Guys you gotta stick up for your girl PERIOID!) Laney starts to dream of a mystery boy named Joshua and when she gets to school the next day this kat just strolls in like BAM! I'm Here b!tches! They both realize they dream about each other and Laney discovers that when she draws shit on a notepad the image comes to life and ends up tattooed on her skin! I loved this about the story, Laney ends up with wicked tattoos by just drawing! Hello! I wish I could draw and have this happen, it would save me a s*!t ton of cash on paying a tat artist! When Jordan starts believing the stupid rumors about Laney being a witch due to her tribal beliefs it breaks her heart and he ends up turning to the b**ch click in school. They all start to realize through their dreams of past lives that they have a tragic history that could possibly be doomed to be repeated!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining February 10, 2013
By M&M
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
*possible spoilers, but I will try not to, just a warning* I so loved this book. It was different and well put together. The whole reborn concept with lovers and their dreams was fun to learn about and I was curious if I knew the 'when where how' by the end of the book. Wow, there were so many interesting, entertaining concepts throughout the whole book. Along with the dreams of past lives, my heart ached for all of them involved. I loved the uniqueness of the 'markings'. Awesome book!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Literary, etc Review November 21, 2012
By Jess
Format:Kindle Edition
The first line in the synopsis is "Love can be tragic," and Amy Maurer Jones writes a beautiful story about love and reincarnation. This is the first book in the Wildflower series. The book is set in both the past and present and is mostly told through Laney Stillwater's perspective. Laney is your typical high school student with very few friends. She is an outcast because of her ethnic background (Native American) and most of her classmates don't understand her family's beliefs. I can easily relate to Laney (I've been in her situation many times) and no doubt several of you will too. Laney shares a connection with a previous life. In 17th century Plymouth, she's actually Wildflower, a Native American teenager from the Wampanoag tribe (as well as in the present). As a young woman she meets an Englishman, Joshua Bangs, a member of Plymouth Colony on the day his father helps organize a trade with the Wampanoags. Both Joshua and Wildflower are smitten with each other, but because of their backgrounds, they can't be together. Add Paco, a Wampanoag warrior, who has been promised to Wildflower you wind up with a love triangle.

In the present, Laney is a bit unsure of Jordan's (a popular, good looking student) intentions. She immediately begins to question why he would ask her out and wonders if people were taking bets and if money was exchanged for his cooperation. I too wondered with Laney because I got a shady feeling from him and it's not until Jones explains his role in Laney's life do I fully come to understand Jordan. Of course since Laney is an outcast, once it is known that she believes in reincarnation (an episode involving her having to explain to her friends how she knows the new guy, Joshua, without ever having met him before) all hell breaks loose.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Read
This has a really good story line and easy to follow. I will read more from this author! 2 Thumbs Up!
Published 9 months ago by JC
4.0 out of 5 stars DeJavu
Wildflower loved Joshua during a different time. A time when being Native American meant not mixing with the English. She was promised to marry Paco. Read more
Published 14 months ago by Random Musesomy
4.0 out of 5 stars Unique and Interesting Story
Wildflower is a unique & interesting story that manages to mix together modern high
school life, past lives, and Native American spirituality. Read more
Published 17 months ago by K. Eccleston
5.0 out of 5 stars Wildflower
I will be waiting as patient as possible for Fly away this book was amazing. I read it in one day I couldn't put it down. Love love love
Published 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautifully written
Wildflower by Amy Jones is a book with an intriguing premise that delivers. Laney Stillwater has a deep connection with her Native American background. Read more
Published 23 months ago by Rebecca Rynecki
4.0 out of 5 stars Cute <3
Wildflower is a very sweet high-school romance story with a historical fiction paranormal twist!
I definitely enjoyed the romance. Read more
Published on November 21, 2012 by Tess M. Watson
5.0 out of 5 stars A LOVE story on repeat but will the heart make the same choice every...
I've never been a fan of History or Social Studies. If all of my history books had been written by this author I'm sure it would have been my favorite subject This story felt a lot... Read more
Published on November 14, 2012 by Globug
5.0 out of 5 stars Greatest Reincarnation Story!
First off I have to say that Wildflower is a book that takes you by storm. It starts out in the 17th Century and then jumps to the present day. Read more
Published on November 14, 2012 by Tee
5.0 out of 5 stars awsome read!
i really loved the whole aspect of this book, i was so entranced from the get go. strong character development and since im such a dork i was totally sucked in to the historical... Read more
Published on November 13, 2012 by los guillens
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More About the Author

Amy Maurer Jones has been happily married to her own version of Edward Cullen for sixteen years. She lives in the small town of Tabor City, North Carolina (close to the North and South Carolina shore) with her husband Kelly and their two beautiful children, Olivia and Keaton.

Amy loves reading and writing Young Adult because she finds young people inspiring. She appreciates how teens are able to look at the world with a fresh perspective and willingly open their minds to the endless possibilities that life has to offer. She particularly enjoys writing strong heroines who face problems head on, learn, grow and mature into the type of people who do the right thing.

When Amy isn't reading and writing, she teaches high school theater arts and dance. To say that Amy has a flare for all things creative would be an understatement, just don't ask her to assemble anything that requires instructions or sadly, you will be out of luck!

Favorite quote:
"You are unique, and if that is not fulfilled, then something has been lost." ~ Martha Graham

If you would like to learn more about Amy and her projects, check out her blog:
http://amyjonesyaff.blogspot.com
http://www.amyjonesbooks.com

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