Book Description (via Goodreads): How does a woman enjoy the company of a man without committing to a long-term relationship? Easy, love him for ninety days and leave him.
Willow gave up on love a long time ago, but she hasn’t given up on sex. So, to keep her chakras aligned and life force flowing, she abides by her tried-and-true rule: love him for ninety days and leave him. Consequently, she can feed her body while protecting her heart.
Willow’s practice of purposeful detachment serves her well until she sets her sights on Kendall’s friend Josh. Even though Josh expresses interest in Willow, he wants a more traditional relationship than she’s willing to give.
Despite their apparent differences, the universe seems to have other plans for the couple as their lives become increasingly intertwined. When Willow finally decides to follow the universe’s lead, she’s betrayed by her ninety-day rule and must rethink her life plan or face the future alone.
I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I have given Willow by Daphne Hargrow four out of five stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I was filled with an array of different emotions whilst reading this book. This story was paced a little slower than the first book in the series which was better for me, personally, as it didn’t feel as rushed and I was able to enjoy it a lot more. Events took place in this book which I thought happened a little too quickly however it managed to work and all of my questions I had previously wondered about from the first book were answered.
I had been looking forward to reading Willow’s story in this series since meeting her in the first book she seemed like an interesting character and that she was. Willow is a strong, independent, hilarious, well-grounded and sustainable person who I really enjoyed reading about. From one vegan to another, it was really nice to read about someone else who follows a vegan lifestyle. I absolutely adored Willow and Josh together, I thought they made a really great couple and you could definitely feel the sexual tension in the book between them. From the first book I wanted them to be together.
Again, just like the first installment to this series, I really adored how the author focuses not only on the romantic comedy side but also on their family’s relationship. I love reading about how close each of the cousins are with one another, it makes me feel warm inside when I read books that involve family story line.
I have to mention how gorgeous the front covers of the books are, simplistic and beautiful. I really want to carry on reading the rest of this series, as Hargrow is very good at leaving certain events on cliffhangers so I
need MUST read the rest of the series! I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who has read the first book in this series and fans of romantic comedy.
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