Finding Willow

Finding Willow

by Dawn Robertson


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Where do you turn when all the bridges you have built in life have gone up in flames?
When the ones you love don't protect you from the monsters lurking in the dark?

I never thought at twenty-eight-years-old I would have nothing to show for my life.
A child given away for strangers to raise.
A childhood ruined.
A life full of dead ends, drug abuse, and one night stands.

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.

I am Starburst Bloom and this is my story.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781494437985
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/25/2013
Pages: 186
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Dawn Robertson is a twenty-something indie erotic romance, and mother. She lives in sunny senior citizen packed Florida, where she wrangles her kids, and Pitbull puppy.

Dawn can normally be found swearing like a sailor, making late night drive-thru appearances, arguing with her kids (or being run over by their power wheels), reading a steamy romance while hiding in her bathroom, writing her little heart out on her laptop (or dragging her Macbook to the Genius bar praying they can save her latest work in progress), or sipping on a smoothie. She loves to hear from her fans, readers, and authors alike. Feel free to drop her a message.

Dawn rarely takes life seriously, so be sure to expect heavy sarcasm from her. She is also the life of the party, so be sure to meet up with her at one of the many author events she will be attending in the next couple months. Buy her a shot of whiskey, and she will love you for life.

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Finding Willow 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
JoannaDursi More than 1 year ago
I loved Hers and really didn’t think I gave a crap about Star but Dawn Robertson changed that with FW. FW is the second book in the Hers series and follows Star as she searches for her daughter. We learn more about her relationship with Blue and when she loses Seven she realizes it’s time to make some changes in her life. In this installment we’re introduced to River and Chrome….Chrome…..DAMN! That’s one hell of a bike scene. I love Dawn Robertson’s writing and that she was able to make me connect with Star and by the end of the book I was proud of how far she’s come. - My usual internal battle begins. I hate him. I love him. I want to slit his throat with the heel of my ******* stiletto. I want to **** him like he’s the last man on earth. I am just as ****** up as he is deep down, which is why this disgusting charade has continued for all these years. 
BecsL More than 1 year ago
Finding Willow is Star’s story. After the huge bomb Star drops on Seven at the end of Hers, she is determined to fight for the life she should have had, the family that is rightfully hers. Star decides it is time to walk away from the life of sex and drugs that has been her world and head back to her hometown in search of the life she really wants. She finally acknowledges her need to be strong, to stand on her own two feet and to stop relying on Seven to save her. I will admit, I did not like Star in Hers. Not even a little bit. I thought she was selfish and downright irritating. I couldn’t understand why Seven was still friends with her after everything that had happened between them. Finding Willow completely changed my mind about Star. Dawn did an amazing job developing this character and revealing her to us over the course of the story. It is not an easy task to make someone completely change their mind about a character, but Dawn does it skillfully. Every piece of Star’s past that is revealed brought me more understanding and appreciation for her behavior and with each new layer of her life that is revealed, I connected with her a little more. To be honest, by the time I had finished Finding Willow I liked Star more than I liked Seven. Star was broken, dirty and unapologetic about who she is and what she’d done. She was fierce and vulnerable and an overall beautiful character. Of course, this wouldn’t be a Dawn Robertson book without some steam. Meet Chrome. Chrome rides into Stars life and makes her feel, makes her question the need to always do everything on her own. He was a delicious addition to the storyline, helping Star realize exactly who she is and what she is capable of just in time for her to fight to get her life back. I really loved Star’s story. I loved watching her grow and learn to let go of the mask she’d been hiding behind for so long. I hope there is more of Star and Chrome in the future!
MyFamHrtBookRvw More than 1 year ago
Finding Willow is the second book in the Hers series and is all about Star and her search for the daughter that was taken away from her at birth. It is also about Star finding herself, finding love and healing. I loved this book and fell in love with both Star and Chrome. OMG who wouldn’t love Chrome, big sexy ass motorcycle guy, the man just oozes hot sex. I mean hot sexy stud lol. Yes he is a biker in a gang doing some illegal stuff but when it comes to his family, to those he loves he would do anything for them. And Willow soon finds out just exactly what he would do for her. And I am going to say that made me like him even more. Dawn did an amazing job bringing Chrome, his brother River and his daughter Scarlett to life in this book. Nasty Blue is back oh how I loathe that spineless sack of crap, waste of human space. What he has put Star through, but he gets his for sure lol. I sure am proud of Star for standing up and fighting back. And I was jumping for Joy when she finally finds her daughter. But wow what a really screwed up family she has. I love the chemistry between Star and Chrome it’s animalistic, hot, steamy, sexy, electrifying. And holy hannah seriously Dawn the piercings that was frigging hot. Wow am I jealous of Star right now. Wonder is she’ll let me borrow Chrome for a night. LOL Dawn has done it again and I look forward to reading the next installment of this series This Girl Stripped which I am guessing is about Star’s sister Paisley. Of course I am hoping for more Seven and Levi (off to read Kink The Halls for that lol) and more Star and Chrome. I so want them to get their happily ever after.
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SubmitandDevour-SHendrson More than 1 year ago
Holy Friggin Hotness!!! Finding Willow is book 2 in Dawn Robertson’s Hers series and I totally recommend that you read book 1 “Hers” before you read this one in order to obtain the full effect. I really loved this book, loved all the characters and especially loved the plot. This book had me from page one just like the first one did and I couldn’t put it down. The story line is based on Star’s story and enlightens you will all of the details you wondered about when she was first introduced in the series. Finding Willow had the right combination of edge and sex that kept me hooked through the entire book and I really hope there will be more to come from this series.
ReviewerCourtney More than 1 year ago
Finding Willow By: Dawn Robertson 4 out of 5 books In Finding Willow we start where Seven’s story in Hers was ending. Star is on a journey to find he daughter that was given up for adoption 11 years previous. Star is also on her way to a new life. She is over the porn, drugs, abuse from Blue and is searching for the stability she needs to overcome her demons. Through her story we are given a glimpse of the hell Star endured as a child, but find hope in the new life she is in search of for herself. It’s also all sorts of fun and sexy, everything you would expect from Starburst Bloom. I love Star and my heart broke for her. She could never get a break and whatever happened was on a tragic level. Events that took place in her life could ruin any human being. But she persevered and while she had her missteps and moments of weakness, she was able to find her way out and find herself. Finding Willow, while sexy and steamy like Seven’s story, can also be a true testament to the resiliency of people. The story flows nicely, the characters are all well developed and I enjoy the dynamic between all of them!
KendraAnn More than 1 year ago
Finding Willow is the second book in the Hers Series and it is written in Star’s POV. Solid 4.5 stars because it actually made me like Star! In Hers you felt like she just used Seven, but in Finding Willow, you learn why she is the way she is. Seven’s brother Blue really did a number on her and she is finally figuring out how to get out from under his thumb and live her own life while on the search for her daughter. This was a good follow up to Hers and I can’t wait to read Kink The Halls! ~Kendra with For the Love of Books