Willow De Beers #1 Review ß 2

Review Willow De Beers #1

All that glitters isn't goldWealth Extravagant parties Celebrity status These are things Willow De Beers could only dream of — until now After discovering deep family secrets in her adoptive father's journal Willow bids farewell to her North Carolina college town and s My favorite VA series I think the Willow books are clever Written with a psychological perspective

Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É V.C. Andrews

Willow De Beers #1

Ets out in search of her birth family amid the ritzy glamour of Palm Beach Using an assumed name and pretending to conduct a study of one of the nation's wealthiest communities Willow Willow De PDFEPUB or takes Florida's gem city by storm and uickly encounters Thatcher E This book was ok It was very slow to start Willow DeBeers is an almost 19 year old college student She was adopted at birth by her psychiatrist father who had a patient that became pregnant and wanted to get rid of the baby Willows adopted mother was a complete bitch who tried everything she could to get her father to commit her fearing she d inherited psychological problems we hear a bunch of horror storeis about her adoptive mother as she was pretty cruel to Willow as a child but presently she is deadThen of course Willow s father suffers a fatal heart attack He leaves Willow a diary in which he reveals he really is her bio dad Apparently he fell in love w a patient and after she was treated stayed on at the Willows his name for his practice as well for his daughter and had their child His wife never knew that Willow was really hisSo Willow takes a leave of absence from college to seek out her bio mom She finds her in Palm Springs living in the guest house of her uite large estate that she leases to the Eatons Here Willow meets Thatcher Eaton the son of the Eatons They are complete snobs and are the first to gossip of Willow s mother They tell her she was raped by her step father resulting in the birth of her son Linden who lives w her in the guest house which also houses their servants They talk of her bio mom and half brother as some kind of social outcasts Now Willow is there under and assumed name claiming to be doing research on the social lives of those in Palm Beach Thatcher is immediately taken w her and later finds out her real name His parents still unaware of who she really is invite her to live with them instead of in a hotel while she is doing her research claiming they have many friends and many parties so she will be able to observe on a better well AFter she develops a romantic relationship with Thatcher she takes them up on it She does get the opportunity to meet her real mother who immediately knows who she is Her half brother on the other hand is a very talented artist but very angry and withdrawn from society He has his sights on Willow and once he realizes who she is flees in his sailboat and has a horrible accident leaving him with amnesia due to his head injuryOnce Thatcher s parents find out who she really is they are horrified and she is asked to leave She does return home briefly due to the death of the caretaker of her home in South Carolina While she is gone Thatcher doesn t contact her at all and she believes she has lost him as well due to the influence of his parentsIn the end Willow decides to sell her family home and move in w her mother The Eaton s lease is almost up at the main house and she looks forward to throwing them out and taking control of the estate as she re enrolls in a college nearby Book 2 should be better as the first seemed to set us up for what is to come This book definitely got better just as it was almost over

V.C. Andrews É 2 Read & download

Aton a young lawyer who sweeps her off her feet But as Willow spirals into a passionate love affair and becomes intoxicated with the lifestyle of the rich and famous the dark truth about her birth family threatens her fabulous new life pushing her to the brink of insanit Slow start but it gets better around halfway through


10 thoughts on “Willow De Beers #1

  1. says:

    It took me years and I mean that literally to finish this book VC Andrews is one of my absolute favorite authors So the very fact that it took t

  2. says:

    My favorite VA series I think the Willow books are clever Written with a psychological perspective

  3. says:

    For reviews visit my childhood home like so many in the mid 90’s there was a dusty shelf on the bookcase filled with old V C Andrews paperbacks My parents were extremely strict about policing what I watched on TV but were much casual about what I read When I was around ten or eleven years old I picked up Flowers in the Attic and my eyes were opened It was my first encounter with a book that dealt with overtly

  4. says:

    This book was ok It was very slow to start Willow DeBeers is an almost 19 year old college student She was adopted at birth by her psychiatrist father who had a patient that became pregnant and wanted to get rid of the baby Willows adopted mother was a complete bitch who tried everything she could to get her father to commit her fe

  5. says:

    And people still wonder why I keep reading VC Andrews's books Basically they're like drug to methey make me sick but I enjoy them any

  6. says:

    I could remember almost nothing of this book so it was like reading it for the first time all over again I must read of my vc Andrews collection often This book now goes to live with the rest I can't wait to start re reading the rest of the series

  7. says:

    This is a good beginning to a decent series Andrews has a good plot in this one since the later series seem to rely on previous plotsBut a good read and good series

  8. says:

    It was a good read although I did not care for the ending I'm ready for the next one in the series

  9. says:

    Slow start but it gets better around halfway through

  10. says:

    I usually love VC Andrews and I still do but I had a hard time with the doctorpatient relationship Interesting enough to read the second volume