Sunday, April 21, 2013

Review A Flowerpot Christmas Tree by Brooklyn Wilde

"A Flowerpot Christmas Tree"
Author: Brooklyn Wilde

Genre: Erotic Romance

Pages: 87

Source: Author in exchange for an honest review.

Published: December 19, 2012

Buy Links: Amazon

Goodreads Blurb:
This Christmas, she'll get exactly what she needs...

40-something anthropology professor Lillian Chase knows how to be alone, even if the sights and sounds of the season make her a little lonely. When she’s not teaching classes, Lillian helps law enforcement solve missing persons cases through facial reconstruction. But the anthropology department finds this kind of subjective application a little too soft, and Lillian’s not sure she’ll be approved for tenure. Worse, though, she worries that she won’t be able to identify the skull of her most recent “Jane Doe” in time to give the missing woman’s family closure for the holidays.

But when a twenty-seven-year-old artist and former student moves in downstairs, Lillian finds herself feeling more than just neighborly. Noah Ames is all kinds of off-limits: he’s too young, he’s a former student, and he lives right downstairs. Even with three strikes against him, his fiery appeal is undeniable. He pushes Lillian’s boundaries—sexual and otherwise—in ways she’s not sure she’s comfortable with. But that just may be exactly what Lillian needs… 

My Review:
 I absolutely LOVE this story. Yes, it is short, but every single bit of it satisfying. It’s refreshing, romantic, touching and a definite MUST read for any fans of the genre.

Lillian lost her husband 5 years ago and has yet to move on in her personal life. She’s an intelligent, beautiful 40 year old woman with needs that any woman, younger or older has. One of them being the company of another human being on a daily basis. She finally meets someone of interest, more an interest of friendship than anything else for various reasons. One being his age. What would she do with a 27 year old VERY handsome man being as old as she is(don’t answer that)? The other reason, guilt. How can she move on if she’s yet to let go of her husband?

I found myself going through a variety of emotions as I read A Flower Pot Christmas Tree. Happiness, sadness, anger, excitement and anticipation. I hope Brooklyn has many more works out there for me to read. I really enjoy her writing style and the way all words put on the pages can be felt :)

Overall Rating

Sex Rating of 3 Dragon Flames 


  1. Thank you SO much for taking the time to review A Flowerpot Christmas Tree!!!


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