Wild Poppy (Wildflowers, #4)Wild Poppy by Vivian Winslow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

After Poppy Koslowski’s father was found to be in trouble with the law, her mother acted swiftly and selfishly to end the marriage and begin anew. Poppy knows she doesn’t want a life like that, she wants more. Trying to find her own way she can’t help be guarded with the influence her Aunt is trying to push towards her and she meets Henri Olin. However, her Aunts best laid plan may not be te best in Poppy’s interest. Poppy finds that she has a to make some difficult decisions about her future and in doing so Poppy finds herself.

This was intense and quite different than what I expected. A tearjerker for sure. I thought Poppy was a force to be reckoned with, she could have easily been broken and in a way she still is but she is also stronger by the end of the story. Inspirational, look forward to the next book.

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