Finding Willow follows Star on her mission to find the daughter she was forced to give up by her parents. The beginning of the story is pretty much a recount of the shower and bedroom scene from Hers between Star, Seven, and Levi, only told from Star’s POV. The next day, Star leaves the city for Woodstock, NY, in search of her daughter. She ends up staying in the only motel in Woodstock where she meets River and Chrome. River is too young for Star, but she thinks he’ll make a great friend. The chemistry between Star and Chrome is off the charts from the start. Star just can’t say no to Chrome. Next we throw in a daughter. Scarlett is Chrome’s ten year old daughter. Finally, good ole Blue shows up to mix it up a little bit.
I loved this book. It was a quick and easy read. I enjoyed Star’s inner dialogue. She was always trying to make the right choices. Chrome was a super sexy biker that didn’t try to hide his emotions or fight his feelings for Star. While I started out not really liking Star, I ended up loving her spirit and sassiness. I loved how she went all mama bear protective towards Scarlett and Magnolia, aka Willow. This book really showed what made Star the way she was. I was heartbroken when I found out just how much her family betrayed her. Overall, this was a very hot sexy book, and I can’t wait to read more by this author.
Reviewed by Tracy
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