Hyacinth

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I was given this book in exchange for my honest opinion and a review.

We are back again with another instalment from the wonderful Vanessa Vale with her Wildflowers Of Montana this time it is Hyacinth turn.

When Jackson Reed comes back home from his time in the army, he catches the attention of the seven lovely Lenox daughters. But he has eyes for just the one … the beautiful Hyacinth Lenox. It’s obvious that she has noticed him also, so why is she avoiding him?

Hyacinth just can’t stop herself she thinks about this handsome sandy-haired newcomer so much its scares her, but whilst she longs for her happy ever after with Jackson, she feels that she is not worthy enough to marry let alone him the one she desires the most. Guilt mares her from a tragic incident from her childhood it still scares her now in her adulthood, It leaves her feeling that she is undeserving of Jackson’s love.

But Jackson isn’t a man to give up so easily. He is determined to help Hyacinth overcome her past and her pain and make her his wife. Will he be able to succeed in awakening her to the carnal pleasures that he wants just with her?

He has sensed a great capacity for love and sizzling hot passion in this fair Lenox flower.

Unlocking it will for sure mean a battle of wills, but this love is worth the fight and then some.

Will they both get the Happily ever after they deserve?

Another great story it will make your heart skip a beat. In this book I loved how it was softer than Rose’s story Hyacinth is rather delicate just like her name sake the flower, I loved how patient Jackson is with her and how he takes charge so perfectly he knows just the right buttons to press, and who would stop him huh …. lol I no I wouldn’t.

Hyacinth as I said above is rather delicate she is also rather cool and calm she has had to endure allot in her life, but then she never thought she would find a man such as Jackson either. I love how Hyacinth is so unflappable especially with her sisters she makes me smile at times I couldn’t believe she is a perfect lead character and the type of person I would love too be friends with.

Now Jackson he is sinfully handsome and strong he sets his eyes on Hyacinth and he will not waver, if one thing the army has taught him is not to give up or in….. good thing too as Hyacinth is so unsure of herself her life and him and he is the right man to help her. I loved his softness and the edge of tough guy, and how he sees the real Hyacinth he totally had me from the get go, in fact he was my favourite character.

One of my most favourite parts is how Miss Trudy lets them have alone time and Jackson catches Hyacinth in the most surprising of way’s. I wont give away how as it would be a major spoiler but its a doozey and then some.

I just love Vanessa Vale she sure knows how to lure you in to her magical books.

4 Out Of 5 Hearts From Cariad Books

About cariadbooksblog

Hi Everyone! My name is Heidi and I hail from the beautiful city of Cardiff. When I’m not lost in a book you can find me crafting. I make cards, blankets, and just about anything else. I’m also a total film junkie, too. I love romances (obviously!), comedies and Disney films. My true passion in life, though? Reading. I love the way you can pick a book up and get immersed in it. While I read romance of all types, I especially enjoy menage and paranormal. I’m planning to blog most days of the week. It might be a cover reveal for an upcoming release I’m excited about or teasers. You’re most likely to find a review. Authors, if you’d like me to review your book, be sure to contact me!
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