Series: Chasing Butterflies #4
senior Willow Young has two goals this year: to graduate and lose her v-card.
The first seems easy and the second almost impossible. Guys don’t notice her
when Celeste, her roommate and step-sister, is considered the hottest girl on
campus. When Ashton Westborough, a gorgeous football player, comes to her
rescue in more ways than one, she stupidly falls hard for him even though the
walls to his heart are impenetrable.
powerless to stop what happens next.
no intention of playing professional football after graduation no matter how
good he is. Though he has no idea where the future will lead him, anywhere is
better than the shitty childhood he endured. One thing he knows for sure is
that he’s done with love. The idea of using mindless sex to forget the past may
be the best idea. When Willow and her mass of sunlit curls repeatedly find
their way in his tortured thoughts, he vows not to let his darkness consume
her. After one sizzling night together, he’s the one surprised to find himself
unable to let go.
Review by Paula:
Wow words are very hard to describe this book. It’s deep,heartbreaking and soul touching. Ashton at the prologue I was glued to this story and couldn’t wait to find out more about this lost boy. Willow a beautiful girl with curly blonde hair who just wants to find love. Willow reminded me of myself in a way her strength and love she shows surrounds you in this book. Ashton made me cry for his character many times while reading but also the strength he has just stole the breath out of me. This is a very touching hard story to read but in the end the dragonflies live through us all and just need love to let go. 5/5 stars deserves a 10
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