Friday, January 9, 2015

The Dahlia Trilogy is a must read by Vivian Winslow

Have you missed out on The Dahlia Trilogy? You have no idea what you been missing! Here are my reason why would need to get on the Hot Men band wagon.

Synopsis for Black Dahlia: 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?

Red Dahlia Synopsis: Having discovered her mother’s and Shane’s devastating betrayal, a determined Dahlia seeks to find what was taken from her and to chart a new life for herself. With the help of Vi’s friend, Englishman Thomas Squires, a dashing and enigmatic clandestine operative, Dahlia chases leads across London and Paris. Will Dahlia be able to right the wrong and allow herself to love again?
REVIEW: Have I told you how much I enjoy Vivian's Series? Well, just in case you have missed my posts from before, here is the review for Black and Red Dahlia.
Each Trilogy I have read by Vivian Winslow has been hot, sexy, wild, and a crazy train ride to euphoria. Her books are always on my must read list. I was excited to read about Dahlia. Loved her sister and her story. However I was enraptured with Dahlia and all the pain and love from her past.
Black Dahlia starts off with the known tragedy that happened at the end of Blue Dahlia. As a reader, I felt a little defeated for her. Finding herself with information that will forever change her life. With each turn of the page, there is a new character. Kai was made to be in the Black Dahlia. He turned it around and loved him.
I read these books within a day. When one ends, I scream "WHAT!" and move on to the next book. Beginning with Red Dahlia, I wanted to impale her mother. How awful can a person be! You will find out. Now with the future that has changed everything she was before, it was time for Dahlia to transition into the person she needed to become.
Completely surprised by the ending. It was abrupt, but I think the end of the story is what makes the start of Wild Violet so much better.
For the Dahlia Trilogy, it is a 5. Never disappointed.
Now onto the story of Vi in the Wild Violet. Available 1/13. Read all about it on Tuesday! It is another book I could not put down!

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