- File Size: 700 KB
- Print Length: 187 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 24, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GXKIC8S
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #685,804 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Finding Willow (Hers Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Star is running from Blue who still thinks she belongs to him. "Belonging" that means he can do whatever he wants to her including beating her black and blue. She can't go through this again so she decides she is finally going home to Woodstock and find her daughter, Willow, she was forced to put up for adoption when she was 16.
Stopping at a motel for much needed sleep was the first sign her luck was changing. Star meets the desk clerk, River , who becomes her first friend. When she goes to meet River for dinner she runs head on into a mountain of a man, and falls into immediate lust.
This man is Chrome, River's brother, he's Star's 2nd change of luck.
From here Star's journey to find her daughter starts. She's going home to Manhattan after she finds Willow but she feels Chrome sneaking into her heart.
This is part 2 of Her's, Seven James story. It's really easy to fall into these characters. I'm jumping right into This Girl Striped, book 3. I loved this book and hope there will be more soon.
Seven, the main character from Hers, is back in Star's story as the two of them cool off their long-term relations-ship.
"This is how our relationship has always been, and will always be. She is the protector. I am the victim. She is strong. I am weak."
Despite her rough-around-the-edges persona I absolutely loved Star! Her story was heart-breaking and I rooted for a happily ever after for her the whole way. This book kept me interested from page one and has made me devoted to the entire series. We see Star reclaim her self-worth, return to her hometown, and meet a new love interest who is DEFINITELY swoon-worthy. However, you will HAVE to read this yourself to discover if Star actually finds Willow, her long lost daughter.
"I have always been the wrong girl for all the right reasons."
This is a very intense story and tackles some very difficult topics. However, I believe the author handled the subject matter with grace and a realistic depiction of the aftermath of some of the traumatic experiences Star faced.
5++ stars & a top recommendation for those looking for a gritty, thrilling, and gut-wrenching read.
Warning: This book contains a scene of childhood sexual abuse and subsequent memories throughout the book and may not be suitable for all readers.
So, I sucked it up and sat down to “just get through” Star’s story. Well, Star took me for a ride and my heart broke and cried for her. What a truly s***ty childhood and life this poor girl has had. No wonder she is such a mess! I DEVOURED Finding Willow and then moved right to Kink the Halls, which is a Hers series Christmas novella. No joke. I read both in less than 3 hours with interruptions (damn family) and I am so glad that I finally read them! Star is still a piece of work, but I understand her now and watching her find her happily ever after was its own kind of reward. I was rooting for Star just pages into Finding Willow. And Chrome is- well, he’s a biker with a soft heart and he’s hot- need I say more?