Violet is Blue (Hothouse Series)

Violet is Blue (Hothouse Series)

by Tawny Stokes, Vivi Anna

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Violet is Blue (Hothouse Series) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you don' t have time to read this short, 84 page book, read the other review. It tells a condensed version of the whole book. This was an okay story. The author writes for TV and I was expecting a spectacular story. This was not. It wasn't bad, just middle of the road. Hmmm.... perhaps, the author writing for tv, explains the serial like ending. I subtracted a star from my review for the cliff hanger ending and Violet being a bit of an air head. This book is placed between a range for 14 to 16 year olds and 18 to 21 year olds. Chick lit. It does make the reader count their blessings and be grateful. Some romance, but basically a clean book. AD
Cheryl-S More than 1 year ago
Violet Taylor lost her father four years ago, when she was 14 and has never been the same. She met Devon during those dark times. He worked at the movie theater and would let her in for free. Once they kissed, she never went back. She'd been seeing Jordan for the past 2-1/2 years until he cheated on her. Violet's mom and step dad run a real estate office from their home and she had a small crush on their assistant, Patrick. Meanwhile, Violet had been seeing Devon around school and the neighborhood more than usual. Jordan had also been trying to get her back. With all these men in her life, who's sending her creepy poems, flowers and sexy lingerie? She's got a stalker and can't figure out who it is. This is a good story but it's really just a chunk out of a young, 18 year old girls life. She goes through some very traumatic events. There's no HEA, only the continuation of her life. There is an assumption of a relationship at the end but nothing for sure. How much finality can there be with a girl of 18 who has just been accepted to a college nearby? I hope we hear more about Violet's adult story later on in this series.