[PDF/EPUB] Willow De Beers #1 AUTHOR V.C. Andrews



10 thoughts on “Willow De Beers #1

  1. says:

    It took me years and I mean that literally to finish this book VC Andrews is one of my absolute favorite authors So the very fact that it took this long to finish this book was amazing Usually I tear through her books like they were water But alas there were mitigating circumstances at work and I kept losing my place in

  2. says:

    My favorite VA series I think the Willow books are clever Written with a psychological perspective

  3. says:

    For reviews visit my childhood home like so many in the mid 90’s there was a dusty shelf on the bookcase filled with old V C Andrews paperbacks My parents were extremely strict about policing what I watched on TV but were much casu

  4. says:

    This book was ok It was very slow to start Willow DeBeers is an almost 19 year old college student She was adopted at birth by her psychiatrist father who had a patient that became pregnant and wanted to get rid of the baby Willows adopted mot

  5. says:

    And people still wonder why I keep reading VC Andrews's books Basically they're like drug to methey make me sick but I enjoy them anyway lol Wi

  6. says:

    I could remember almost nothing of this book so it was like reading it for the first time all over again I must read of my vc Andrews collection often This book now goes to live with the rest I can't wait to start re reading the rest of the series

  7. says:

    This is a good beginning to a decent series Andrews has a good plot in this one since the later series seem to rely on previous plotsBut a good read and good series

  8. says:

    It was a good read although I did not care for the ending I'm ready for the next one in the series

  9. says:

    Slow start but it gets better around halfway through

  10. says:

    I usually love VC Andrews and I still do but I had a hard time with the doctorpatient relationship Interesting enough to read the second volume

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All that glitters isn't goldWealth Extravagant parties Celebrity status These are things Willow De Beers could only dream of — until now After discovering deep family secrets in her adoptive father's journal Willow bids farewell to her North Carolina college town. For reviews visit my childhood home like so many in the mid 90 s there was a dusty shelf on the bookcase filled with old V C Andrews paperbacks My parents were extremely strict about policing what I watched on TV but were much casual about what I read When I was around ten or eleven years old I picked up Flowers in the Attic and my eyes were opened It was my first encounter with a book that dealt with overtly sexual themes such as incest and rape and I had no idea what was happening in the adult scenes Nevertheless I found that I enjoyed the high melodrama and the continuous cycle of betrayal and forgiveness All through high school while I was taking AP Literature and preparing to begin my degree in English these books were my guilty pleasureThis past Christmas I had the chance to spend the holidays with my family back in the States for the first time in many years While I was sitting and catching up with my parents I took a glance at the family bookcase and there they were The same tattered V C Andrews paperbacks I had read and re read so many times They had dwindled in number over the years no doubt lost to garage sales and thrift stores I was immediately hit by a wave of fond nostalgia and when I returned to Canada I decided I wanted to revisit V C Andrews by reading one of her books that was new to me On a whim I chose Willow which is the first novel in the five book De Beers seriesWhy is any of this important Because the nostalgia factor here is very strong and definitely swayed my opinion on the book If a person who was not previously familiar with V C Andrews read Willow they would probably see it as the most ridiculous and silly kind of smut But for me going back into that world was so relaxing It was like taking my brain off at the end of a long dayWillow has all of the trademarks that make V C Andrews the bestselling author of trashy family dramas The title character suddenly finds herself dealing with the ritz and glamour of Palm Beach high society The upper echelons of the upper class are pictured here as if they have been drawn by someone who had only the rudimentary idea of what wealth is I ve certainly never run in those circles but somehow I find 600 am beluga caviar feasts as people toast themselves and how fabulous they are a bit far fetched Such though is the charm of V C Andrews whose books have always focused on the super rich and their dazzling lifestyles Even though this novel is set in 2002 the characters behave as if they are perpetually trapped in some long ago era The women are shallow and ornamental the men strutting and arrogant It s all just so deliciously sillyI haven t said much about the plot but that s because the plot is largely inconseuential What matters is that Willow De Beers is suddenly transported to a life of fabulous wealth and dangerous secrets How and why she got there aren t treated with any great importanceBooks like these are impossible to review Objectively Willow is terrible The characters are paper thin there is virtually no plot It s mere window dressing but sometimes the window dressing can be a lot of fun I doubt I ll read the other four books in the DeBeers series but I m glad to have read WillowMy rating 255 Planet of the Bugs until now After discovering deep family secrets in her adoptive father's journal Willow bids farewell to her North Carolina college town. For reviews visit my childhood home like so many in the mid 90 s there was a dusty shelf on the bookcase filled with old V C Andrews paperbacks My parents were extremely strict about policing what I watched on TV but were much casual about what I read When I was around ten or eleven years old I picked Fishes of the Open Ocean up Flowers in the Attic and my eyes were opened It was my first encounter with a book that dealt with overtly sexual themes such as incest and rape and I had no idea what was happening in the adult scenes Nevertheless I found that I enjoyed the high melodrama and the continuous cycle of betrayal and forgiveness All through high school while I was taking AP Literature and preparing to begin my degree in English these books were my guilty pleasureThis past Christmas I had the chance to spend the holidays with my family back in the States for the first time in many years While I was sitting and catching Out of Bounds (Boundaries, up with my parents I took a glance at the family bookcase and there they were The same tattered V C Andrews paperbacks I had read and re read so many times They had dwindled in number over the years no doubt lost to garage sales and thrift stores I was immediately hit by a wave of fond nostalgia and when I returned to Canada I decided I wanted to revisit V C Andrews by reading one of her books that was new to me On a whim I chose Willow which is the first novel in the five book De Beers seriesWhy is any of this important Because the nostalgia factor here is very strong and definitely swayed my opinion on the book If a person who was not previously familiar with V C Andrews read Willow they would probably see it as the most ridiculous and silly kind of smut But for me going back into that world was so relaxing It was like taking my brain off at the end of a long dayWillow has all of the trademarks that make V C Andrews the bestselling author of trashy family dramas The title character suddenly finds herself dealing with the ritz and glamour of Palm Beach high society The Grass, Sky, Song upper echelons of the Otter Chaos! (Otter Chaos upper class are pictured here as if they have been drawn by someone who had only the rudimentary idea of what wealth is I ve certainly never run in those circles but somehow I find 600 am beluga caviar feasts as people toast themselves and how fabulous they are a bit far fetched Such though is the charm of V C Andrews whose books have always focused on the super rich and their dazzling lifestyles Even though this novel is set in 2002 the characters behave as if they are perpetually trapped in some long ago era The women are shallow and ornamental the men strutting and arrogant It s all just so deliciously sillyI haven t said much about the plot but that s because the plot is largely inconseuential What matters is that Willow De Beers is suddenly transported to a life of fabulous wealth and dangerous secrets How and why she got there aren t treated with any great importanceBooks like these are impossible to review Objectively Willow is terrible The characters are paper thin there is virtually no plot It s mere window dressing but sometimes the window dressing can be a lot of fun I doubt I ll read the other four books in the DeBeers series but I m glad to have read WillowMy rating 255

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Willow De Beers #1

Oung lawyer who sweeps her off her feet But as Willow spirals into a passionate love affair and becomes intoxicated with the lifestyle of the rich and famous the dark truth about her birth family threatens her fabulous new life pushing her to the brink of insanity. This is a good beginning to a decent series Andrews has a good plot in this one since the later series seem to rely on previous plotsBut a good read and good series

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And sets out in search of her birth family amid the ritzy glamour of Palm Beach Using an assumed name and pretending to conduct a study of one of the nation's wealthiest communities Willow takes Florida's gem city by storm and uickly encounters Thatcher Eaton a y. I could remember almost nothing of this book so it was like reading it for the first time all over again I must read of my vc Andrews collection often This book now goes to live with the rest I can t wait to start re reading the rest of the series Double Jeopardy uickly encounters Thatcher Eaton a y. I could remember almost nothing of this book so it was like reading it for the first time all over again I must read of my vc Andrews collection often This book now goes to live with the rest I can t wait to start re reading the rest of the series