Twig

Twig This is the story of Willow Twig Olsen a woman of scandinavian descent who was trapped into an existance of traditional servitude for the first thirty eight years of her life and what transpires af

  • Title: Twig
  • Author: J.R. Wright
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This is the story of Willow Twig Olsen, a woman of scandinavian descent, who was trapped into an existance of traditional servitude for the first thirty eight years of her life, and what transpires after her last parent dies, and she is finally free to seek male companionship, as she has long desired What happens thereafter is a whirlwind of unexpected events that leadThis is the story of Willow Twig Olsen, a woman of scandinavian descent, who was trapped into an existance of traditional servitude for the first thirty eight years of her life, and what transpires after her last parent dies, and she is finally free to seek male companionship, as she has long desired What happens thereafter is a whirlwind of unexpected events that lead to greed, deception, and eventually murder.

    One thought on “Twig”

    1. Cliche but cuteI enjoyed reading this book. It was one of those feel good novels you curl up and read under a blanket. Even though parts were cliche and obvious, it was great that Willow got to discover who she was as a woman and finally have her own life. And although she got on my nerves sometimes with her incessant crying and naivete, she seemed like a good person overall that I could be friends with in real life. And I loved that she finally got to have a family of her own

    2. If all the free Kindle books are this bad, I will be sorely disappointed. I do believe this book was written by the author's genitalia pecking at the keyboard and not his hands. Seemed more like immature teenage boy smut. The posse plot had potential, but again it seemed the testosterone took over and it read like a violent video game. Who publishes this trash?!?

    3. Quite the unexpected opening, however, it lost it's momentum. Was not what was expected but an overall decent read.

    4. Somehow I downloaded this free book into my mystery collection, so I was obviously confused about what I was getting. I didn't read very far as all the book is about is explicit illicit sex.

    5. This book kept me interested all the way through. I have no doubt that there are still some of these radical groups still out there.

    6. Pulp fiction. The mystery action had potential but very weak characters. I don't know how this got on my kindle.

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