Review Reel: Preston Roberts (Wildflower)

preston maybePreston Roberts has been estranged from his family for over a decade. He chose to live abroad on the outskirts of London, England. He’d been there since his last leg in the Air Force.

Now he’s ready to mend fences with his family, hoping they’d finally forgive him for what happened to Amanda, the only girl born into his family. He had always known they had blamed him for what happened to her and it was time to either seek their forgiveness or accept the fact that he’d lost his family.

What he didn’t expect to find when he returned to the U.S. was the love of his life, Iris Meadows. There was something about her that intrigued him, which also gave him strength to deal with his family as it related to Amanda.

But still, there was more. There was a secret that Preston held, which would surely destroy his relationship with Iris. Does he confess and risk losing Iris, or does he keep the secret safely locked away?

Preston is one of those characters that I had a little trouble writing because his secret is one of those issues that changes the whole dynamic of who he is and his relationships with his brothers and parents. Most people who commented said they found Preston to be HOT and SEXY — but they were certainly conflicted about those feelings as the story unfolded.

This is a picture of a stage actor who looks nearly identical to how I pictured Preston as I wrote his story.

Wildflower is available in print and ebook on Amazon exclusively.


2 thoughts on “Review Reel: Preston Roberts (Wildflower)

  1. Well, I need to read the book, because I can’t see being conflicted about his sexiness, because homeboy in the pic is DEFINITELY sexy! LOL


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