Desert Flower

Desert Flower Bodies have a canny way of finding Samantha Jean Haggert The first the dead body of her mama The second a naked man in the middle of the Arizona desert For Sam dealing with one dead body in her lif

  • Title: Desert Flower
  • Author: AngelaScott
  • ISBN: 9781622538607
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bodies have a canny way of finding Samantha Jean Haggert The first, the dead body of her mama The second, a naked man in the middle of the Arizona desert For Sam, dealing with one dead body in her lifetime is than unfair Two, is downright cruel.Seven years after running from West Virginia, Sam s now a young woman of nineteen, trying to put the pieces of her life tBodies have a canny way of finding Samantha Jean Haggert The first, the dead body of her mama The second, a naked man in the middle of the Arizona desert For Sam, dealing with one dead body in her lifetime is than unfair Two, is downright cruel.Seven years after running from West Virginia, Sam s now a young woman of nineteen, trying to put the pieces of her life together with the help of her family Jacob, Boone, and Laura But the naked man in the desert spirals her world out of control, resurfacing past hurts, revealing old secrets, and pitting her between two men who via for her heart Carson, her friend, her first kiss, and the one man who knows everything about her past and loves her despite it And Turner, the stranger who knows nothing, but who excites and frustrates her all at once When bad choices made as a child leads to bad choices as a young adult, Sam finds herself at a crossroads and is forced to face her demons head on if she plans to have any future at all with Carson, with Turner, or with anyone But fixing the wrongs of the past takes time, and learning to forgive herself is damn near impossible.

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    • AngelaScott

      I hear voices Tiny fictional people sit on my shoulders and whisper their stories in my ear Instead of medicating myself, I decided to pick up a pen, write down everything those voices tell me, and turn it into a book I m not crazy I m an author.For the most part, I write contemporary Young Adult novels However, through a writing exercise that spiraled out of control, I found myself writing about zombies terrorizing the Wild Wild West and loving it My zombies don t sparkle, and they definitely don t cuddle At least, I wouldn t suggest it.I live on the benches of the beautiful Wasatch Mountains with two lovely children, one teenager, and a very patient husband I graduated from Utah State University with a B.A degree in English, not because of my love for the written word, but because it was the only major that didn t require math I can t spell, and grammar is my arch nemesis But they gave me the degree, and there are no take backs.As a child, I never sucked on a pacifier I chewed on a pencil I ve been writing that long It has only been the past few years that I ve pursued it professionally, forged relationships with other like minded individuals, and determined to make a career out of it.

    557 thoughts on “Desert Flower

    • When I finished Desert Rice I just had to jump right in to it's sequel, Desert Flower. I absolutely LOVED this book but it frustrated the hell out of me! Carson or Turner? Happy or Sad? Who and what did I want Sam to choose? I loved Carson from the start. Who is this Turner guy and why can't I decide if I like him? One minute I adore him, the next he pissed me off, kind of like what Sam was going through. When I finally came to my decision and what I wanted to happen happened, I changed my mind [...]

    • This book was part of a blog tour,I was given a copy for my honest reviewSamantha finds what she thinks is a naked dead man in the desert, only he is alive. This is the second dead body that she has found, the first one was her mother when she was 12. Seven years later and she is working towards becoming a veterinarian. She is torn between two men and a past that just won't stay hidden. This is actually the second books in this series and I would really recommend reading Desert Rice before start [...]

    • The book was addicting to say the least. I'll admit that I didn't plan on reading it as fast as I did but once I picked it up, it was impossible to put it down. This whole story is an emotional roller coaster that sometimes I wanted to get off and pretend I'd never experienced it in the first place. But I am glad that I finished it because it really was a great read, just an extremely emotional one. Authors should not enjoy making readers cry but it's stories like this that make me believe they [...]

    • My Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars.Disclaimers: I received an electronic copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not obligated to write a good review and I didn't receive any compensation for writing this review. An Overview of the Novel: Samantha Jean Haggart was not expecting to find a naked dead man in the desert. Even worse, she wasn't expecting the dead man to actually be alive. When Samantha was 12, she ran away with her brother Jacob and they met every disastrous situation po [...]

    • Originally posted HERE.I’m trying not to give away too much of the storyline hereAs soon as I finished Desert Rice I was wondering what to read next. To my absolute delight, I discovered there was a sequel to the book, and I started reading it immediately. Desert Flower sure gives you a lot to think about, and I plan to read it a second time, now I know the outcome of the tangled relationships.It was a good book. However, it was a full-on adult romance, whereas the first book was Young Adult F [...]

    • After reading Desert Rice last year I just knew I had to get my hands on this one. Now, I know sometimes sequels can be really iffy but somehow Angela Scott has managed to make this just as memorable as Desert Rice.You have the same characters that you fell in love with before and I was really glad that she threw in a bit here and there about Sam’s past. It’s nice having your memory jogged but not having SO much detail that you’re dragged down and Angela has a great middle ground with this [...]

    • I cannot believe it, seriously I am still trying to process everything that just happened. Beginning to end you are basically trying to figure out who is going to be the winner of Sam's heart and to be completely honest since the beginning I was on the Turner team. Not just because of how delicious he sounded but also because he was funny and like she said he treated her like a normal girl. He didn't know anything about her past and he never really asked, he was a bit of a tease but he was just [...]

    • Reviewed by Tori: I read Desert Rice in preparation for reading Desert Flower and am glad that I read them in order. The first book gave me some background and insight into the story that may not have had quite the same punch without reading it. I liked seeing the strong relationship between Jacob and Sam evolve - in the first book Sam is only twelve, but is wise beyond her years due to her circumstances. She has lived through sexual abuse, betrayal, murder, but has also learned how strong famil [...]

    • After reading both of these books, I'd have to say that this one is my favorite. I love them both but this one, wow. I thought the emotional turmoil couldn't get worse then the first book but this one, knocked my socks off.I think from the first page to the very last, I was on the edge of my seat. If I had time, I could have read this book in one sitting. After finding a naked man in the desert in the beginning of the book, Sam's life is thrown for a loop. What Sam goes throughwow. I don't want [...]

    • I was so excited to win this book in a giveaway, that I tore off the wrapper and completely ignored all the other books queued up on my Kindle.I wish I could give this book a well-deserved 10 stars, very short-sighted not to allow bonus points. I thought the prequel to this story, Desert Rice, was the best book I'd read in 2013- but I have to say, I think I preferred the second one better. I fell in love with Sam and Carson a few months ago when I read Desert Rice, but this more mature, conflict [...]

    • Desert Flower was a truly captavating story. It takes you on an emotional roller coaster ride. You really learn to develop emotional ties to all of the characters. The wonderful love triangle between Carson, Turner and Sam is wonderfully done. You really cannot predict who Sam will choose. You understand the choices that Sam must make, but you don’t always agree with her reasoning. I did not get a chance to read Desert Rice but after having read Desert Flower I feel I want to go back to how ev [...]

    • Powerful and emotionally complex, beautiful!This is the sequel to the amazing "Desert Rice". When I reviewed the first book, I said I had read it in one day. Well, guess what? I read this one in one day as well. Angela brings back our beloved characters and tells us how they have been resolving their lives and moving on. Right? But wait!! Stuff happens!! Decisions (good and bad) are made, ghosts come back from the past, and superbly detailed reflections from the main character, Sam, make you wan [...]

    • This book had me captivated from the very first page. It was interesting to see the character of Sam grow from the victim of a horrific crime to a mother who suffered from Postpartum depression. Being a mother of two, I could relate to the feeling of inadequacy that Sam felt as she tried to comfort her crying baby. I loved the family dynamic and how easily they could invite a new member into the household. I could picture myself sitting at their dinner table. Their acceptance of Jacob's daughter [...]

    • First and foremost, this was a DNF for me, so my rating doesn't reflect the whole book, just the first half I did read. "Desert Rice", book 1 in this series, was great. Well written, interesting characters, great story and complete enough, I think, to stand alone. "Desert Flower" takes place when our MC, Sam, is around 19 and it was just too too too something for me to enjoy. Too preachy (Christian fiction)? Too "my parents are so wonderful"? Too everyone cherishes/loves Sam TOO much? I can't re [...]

    • WOW!!! This book is so emotionally charged. Sam (Samantha), Carson, &Turner are three of the main characters in this book. Sam thinks she is in love two men but the turmoil of her life keep playing havoc on her mind. She doesn't know which way to turn when her emotions get involved. this book is a great read, I never thought I would be so into this story of Sam and her family but I was and grateful for the read.Thank You to the Translation for the book recommendation on the Desert Rice.Angel [...]

    • "Desert Flower" is the sequel to Angela Scott's "Desert Rice". A smoothly paced plot with the continuation of the characters we met in the first book. Angela totally outdone herself in "Desert Flower", I found it so much better than the first! A real page turner and highly recommended to all readers. I do suggest reading the books in order so you don't get lost, as the first book will give you all the background.This review is based on a complimentary copy from the author which was provided for [...]

    • Emotional story of a damaged young girlA decent ending to this tale of a damaged girl and her brother. An emotional one that I read in a day. I couldn't wait to find out which man she chose, how she found love for her child, what had happened to Turner. I won't spoil it, so just read it. So far I have loved every book I have read by this author.

    • I really enjoyed this book which is a continuation of a girls life whose difficult childhood affected her future. Again with the way this story ended left me wanting more. Angela Scott has to write a third book to answer the burning question at the end. I need to know the answer!!

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