Wild Violet (Book 1): In this flashback story, Vi, the strikingly beautiful daughter of an Indian business magnate and English supermodel, is enjoying a privileged lifestyle in New York City while a college student at NYU. Yet, in her senior year, Vi learns that her strict and traditional father intends to force upon her an arranged marriage and a career working for his conglomerate in Dubai. When Vi is paired with sexy Spaniard, Andrés Costas, in her ballet class, not only does she find herself falling for him, but he introduces her to a shockingly different world—one that offers her the prospect of escaping her father’s plans, but at a price.
Hidden Violet (Book 2): With her hidden past about to be exposed, Vi turns to her longtime friend and confidant, Thomas Squires, for help. Yet, they may just risk exposing their feelings for each other in the process. When Lily’s engagement to Alejandro is threatened by ex-lover Gustavo, Vi is forced to come clean with her best friend and possibly destroy the lives of those she loves. Now that her secrets are no longer hidden, Vi faces the most difficult challenge yet—how to build a new life for herself outside of the shadows.
True Violet (Book 3): Things are heating up for Vi in Dubai, and it's not just the desert climate. Vi is starting to come into her own—having the hottest sex of her life and poised to take over her father's multinational conglomerate. Yet, her suspicions are confirmed when she uncovers a plot to destroy not just her but her best friends' lives. With an unlikely ally, Vi seeks to ruin those behind the plot. Will Vi be able to have it all and find her lasting happiness in the arms of the man she loves?
* Each trilogy of The Gilded Flower Trilogies may be read independently, though the background from the earlier trilogies may be helpful to the reader. The Lily Trilogy is the first in the series, followed by The Dahlia Trilogy and then The Violet Trilogy.
We Stole Your Book Boyfriend – “These just keep getting better and better !! WOW I knew Violet's story would be good but this is going to blow us out of the water !!”
A Reader Lives a Thousand Lives – “What I like about this series is how real it feels. Relationships don't always go to plan, and the women don't always limit themselves to being in a relationship, which feels much more realistic than most romances.”
Tome Tender Book Blog - "Get ready to blame those rosy cheeks and beads of sweat on a fever, or sunburn, because, face it, you’ll be the only one to know it was Vivian Winslow’s Hidden Violet that did it!"
Smut and Bonbons – “With this author’s stories I've been surprised and sometimes shocked with twists and turns. There is enough plausibility to make the story romantic and erotic but enough fantastical to give it edge and make it a bit uncomfortable at times. The moral ambiguity and edge can be a tricky thing but it's what also makes it unforgettable.”
Two Brain Book Review – “I have talked about Vivian's book quite regularly on our blog. And for good reason. I truly have loved each book. Vivian's stories are not the same story we all have read before. Never one dimensional. Each book has evolving plots that surprises me each time. I always gravitate to each new series.”
Serenity’s Lovely Reads – “I have no idea how Vivian does it, but she manages to keep writing up some awesomeness.”
Sweet, Beautiful, Moments in West FL – “This series trilogy just keeps getting better and better....”
Secret Book Madness – “There wasn't one boring part of the whole book!!”
Louise Seraphim Reviews – “So, if you're looking for a short, extremely h