by Vivian Winslow
Book: Wildflowers #1
Publisher: Vivian Winslow
Pub Date: October 2015
Genre: New Adult
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In the wake of the collapse of her father’s business empire, Flor, the gorgeous twenty-one year-old daughter of disgraced former Brazillionaire Gustavo de Lima, is forced to forge her own path in life. Flor decides that none of it—the private jets, the vacation homes and the luxury cars—were real. Or at least they really didn’t matter. The only thing that’s real for Flor is her love of horses and her desire to go to veterinary school. Heading into her final year of college, Flor seeks out the help of an unlikely benefactor to secure a summer internship working with horses. Arriving at the secluded Belo Horizonte ranch, Flor is awed not only by the majestic beauty of the place, but also by handsome cowboy and skilled horse trainer, Collin Taylor. Yet nothing is quite as it appears on the surface. When the hidden past is revealed, will love end up blossoming for Flor?
My Review: Yes I have another book by Vivian! This time its all about Flor. She's Gustavo's daughter, and if you read the previous books, then you should know all about Gustavo.
Flor Is a lovely person. Nothing like her dad really. She didn't care about all the fancy things. She wants to make her own life path and just go. She is about to finish school, hopefully start working with horses and be on the path she has been dreaming of.
Things are looking good for her. She will soon be working with horses just like she wanted. She loves the place and everything about it. And that even includes Collin. Flor may feel something for him, but will anything really happen? Everyone has a hidden past, and things aren't seeming so right. So it could go either way right now. But as you continue on and get to know them, you'll soon be able to tell if Flor will be there to just work or maybe she'll come around for some Collin.
Of course I ended up just loving this story. But if you've been around here long enough, you already know how I am about Vivians books.