Book Review: Where the Wildflowers Grow

Where the Wildflowers Grow
By; Vera Jane Cook
Genre: Southern Fiction
Publisher: Musa Publishing
Publication Date: March 2013
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Sexual confusion and dysfunction cause the unraveling of the perfect American family in small town Georgia in 1960.

Rose Cassidy's fantasy life is a haunting reminder that she's living a lie. So when she has the opportunity to act on those fantasies, she dives in without any thought to consequences.

Rose's husband, Ryan, has fantasies of his own, and his actions cause unimaginable hurt to the very children he tries so hard to protect.

When the happiness each member of the Cassidy family seeks so desperately to find is shattered by shame, guilt, and ultimately murder, they must each face the truth that lies deep within their souls.

My Thoughts:

 I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

A riveting family saga- it has murder, drama, infidelity... It kept me engrossed. The descriptions were vivid. I did have some problems with the book... the main characters had some major issues and I feel they didn't really learn from their mistakes... some of them weren't very likable either. And some of the sex scenes could have been less descriptive but other than that it was an intriguing read.

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  1. Thanks for taking part in the tour. I'm glad you found Where the Wildflowers Grow engrossing!


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