Thursday, November 13, 2014

LISA'S REVIEW: Black Dahlia (Vivian Winslow)

Black Dahlia

Vivian Winslow

Genre: Erotic Romance

Release Date: November 13, 2014

Purchase: Amazon US 

Grieving from a tragic loss, a deeply depressed Dahlia retreats with her sister Lily and best friend Vi to a sun-soaked Indonesian paradise to heal. There, she meets soulful surfer Kai, who's seeking to escape from the demons of his own past. Can the spiritual and physical connection between them put back together the pieces of Dahlia's shattered heart?

Mature readers only. 18+

Get ready for an emotional read and it is packed into one short read. This was over way to soon for me. I really feel for Dahlia and all her pain. She lost so much and really needed this trip. I like Kai and his character seems to be just what Dahlia needs. The question is, can they both get past their past so that they can be together? The emotions really flowed in this one. I liked it better than the previous one. Dahlia has a lot to over come and this trip is her way to cope. I love this series and I am excited for more! Vivian Winslow can write a book that pulls you in quickly! This is a book most will love. Though you do need to read at least Blue Dahlia first to fully understand what is going on in the plot!




About the author

Vivian Winslow was born and raised in Southern California. Before becoming a writer, she made a career out of moving around the world every couple of years thanks to her husband’s job. She currently lives in New York City with her husband and two elementary school age children, and is grateful to finally have a place to call home for more than two years. New York is the perfect city to indulge her love of shopping, the arts and especially food.

If she’s not at home writing or running around the city with her kids, you’ll most likely find her indulging in pizza on the Lower East Side or having a cocktail at her favorite bar in Alphabet City. That said, she’s still a California girl at heart and would gladly trade in her heels for a pair of flip-flops to catch a sunset on the beach.

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