Review : Wild Poppy by Vivian WinslowSunday, January 15, 2017
****ARC WAS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR FOR AN HONEST REVIEW****
Narration: 3rd Person
What a heartbreaking, fantastic tale! Wild Poppy takes you on a wild ride with a wild girl, I could hardly keep up with her. She has some very life altering troubles, the fact that at the end of the day she doesn’t give up, speaks volumes of this girls character. I love stories where the leading girl doesn’t just lay down and give up. I was silently cheering for her from chapter one. And then just as I was getting comfortable in the story, the author went and flipped the script. I never knew what was coming next and I loved it! Can’t wait to read the next in this series!
Poppy Koslowski lives a charmed life. But for every up there is always a down and at a moments notice everything Poppy knows, changes. After her father is put in prison and she and her mother are left with nothing, Poppy moves to Paris to be with her Aunt Jo. There she meets Henri who shows her a world she never knew existed. After suffering terrible loss yet again, she moves back to America to rebuild her life, finally working in the publishing world where she had intended years ago. How will Poppy find herself again amidst the chaos in one of the busiest cities in America?
Wild Poppy is listed as Book 4 in the Wildflower Series by Vivian Winslow. You do not need to read the previous 3 books to understand what is going on. This book does end in a cliffhanger.
I am giving Wild Poppy 4 stars.
Reviewed by Corrie H.