I knew it would happen. I knew I’d meet her. The one. My one. I just didn’t know how it would manifest itself. For me, it was like this: My heart stopped beating for a second or two. Then, it started back up but in double time. I felt a little short of breath. I had to put my hand on something to keep myself from falling over so I leaned on the fireplace mantel at my big brother’s house. That’s where I first saw her. Spoke to her. Fell in love with her. Violet.
Unfortunately, it would take me longer than a day to convince her to trust my feelings. Hell, to trust me. My sweet Violet has a story. A not-so-good story. A story I wish I could go back in time and beat the ever-loving shit out of. Maybe fate will help me out. I mean, she brought me to my girl, maybe she’ll even let me slay Violet’s demons for her. Because I would. I’d sleigh anyone or anything if it means she could trust me. Love me. Hell, give me anything.
This series of novellas is about five sisters, their relationships with one another, and their crazy love lives. The books are short, sweet, and oh, so dirty.
Each book is a standalone with an HEA. You don’t have to read them in order but it helps because the stories overlap and intertwine.
**This book contains sensitive topics that some may find upsetting.**
Due to coarse language and sexual content, suitable for readers 18+
Note: These stories are for those of you who, like me, believe in love at first sight. I knew it when I met my husband and the very moment I held my daughter. It’s a thing. I swear.
This is the first book of the Palmer Sister’s I’ve read.
Violet is a great character, she is fighting for her life. Years ago, she was a victim, no longer. Now Violet is taking back her power and is going to live her life. With the help of Eric, she can manage anything.
The reason I loved this book is Eric. He is patient, kind, loving, hard worker, etc. He is just what Violet needs. Because as Keely said, Vi is like an onion, she has many layers, some are sweet and some are sour, but Vi is a Vidalia onion. Eric goes slow with her, lets her set the boundaries, lets her lead the relationship.
With that being said, I think Vi was perfectly fine being alone with her animals because Eric and Vi wouldn’t communicate for a week. I know the phone works both ways, however, he was letting her set the pace. I’m not sure I would have waited around for Vi. Yeah, she’s nice, she’s great even, but she lives in her head to much.
The writing style was good, characters were plentiful. I don’t think I’ll go back and read the rest of the Palmer sister’s books. I met enough in this book to know, I’m good.