That’s what Liz Adams thinks when she catches sight of dark, gorgeous Steve Wilde sitting at a table in her coffee house, giving her a look of bold, satisfying. Wilde Thing (Wilde, book 2) by Janelle Denison – book cover, description, publication history. Read Wilde Thing by Janelle Denison by Janelle Denison by Janelle Denison for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and.
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The story was okay but not exceptional. I had a more difficult time liking Liz.
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Six years divorced and not looking to get involved with any woman. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, wilds, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. It just takes a backseat to the intimate interaction between Steve and Liz.
Fan letters are one of those priceless rewards, and can keep me on a high for days! I also didn’t think the author explained her relationship with her first husband sufficiently for me to really understand her cautiousness with Steve.
There is instant chemistry between them and they decide to have a no strings attached steamy affair for the duration of the case. She was not strong enough through the majority of this book.
I could not place when Steve went to college. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Love Me if You Dare. The ista-love was annoying and Liz seriously needed to get a grip. He was intuitive of her needs and feelings, charming, protective, a skilled lover, and best of all he respected her as his equal in every way while trying to help her understand that the things which happened in the past weren’t her fault.
Return to Book Page. I would have preferred to see a little more interaction between the characters outside of the bedroom. That’s what Steve Wilde thinks every time he comes into Liz’s cafe and catches sight of her sexy figure behind the counter.
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Mar 18, Sue Parker rated it it was amazing. In all wllde it is an older book, and was an Amazon cheapi I almost stopped reading this one in the beginning but forced myself to stick with it. Of course, they fell into bed their first night on the job, and fell in love within a week, a scenario which I can never quite seem to find believable.
Promossa con la sufficienza. And def worth it. It was kind of fun to have Steve wiode the one to fall for Liz and then pursuing her, and I have to say he had a lot going for him. I couldn’t help but be rather frustrated with her when she was about to let a great guy like Steve get away, just because of her over-inflated sense of responsibility.
In listening to his story about his daughter and divorce, he did not state when he went janells college, yet Cam is an old college friend.
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Wilde Thing (Wilde , book 2) by Janelle Denison
They get very involved in a sexual relationship but neither of them wants anything more serious. Liz finds herself in need of Steve’s P. A couple of good things about this Mary Sue was that she was no innocent virgin, and was managing her own coffee shop, and was willing to work view spoiler [ as the phone sex operator hide spoiler ] to help try to find her cousin. I read this in less than a day so it was not very long.
It was barely an ok read for me, but nothing very exciting really happened in the story. This was a steamy read with Steve Wilde, a hot biker private investigator who has no problem telling a girl just what he wants. In all fairness it is an older book, and was an Amazon cheapie. With the heroine working undercover as a phone sex operator in an attempt to find her missing cousin, she and the hero a private investigator tend to go through a circular cycle of having phone sex and then living out those fantasies in person each night.
Good book and love this series. Overall a bit ho hum and Dsnison skimmed a lot to get to the wiilde.
Janelle Denison, New York Times Bestselling Author » Wilde Thing
In the beginning of his own book, he initially seemed pretty arrogant, and I thought he might hit that borderline of being a little too alpha for me. When she does, it was almost too much too late.
Men of Courage II. Little did I know that those Wilde brothers would become such a sensation with readers. That’s what Steve Wilde thinks every time he comes into Liz’s cafe and catches sight of her sexy figure behind the counter. She hires him to help find her “missing” wile. This book is steamy! I loved this first book in the Wilde series.
Now, she’ll indulge every fantasy love can offer, as she takes you for a walk on the Wilde side I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series. I did have some issues with Liz being weak willed, but she turned that around for me. Other than the overabundance of sex that I mentioned earlier, there were two other things that kept this book from earning keeper status from me. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
The reader is introduced to the other Wildes, especailly Mia and Steve’s business partner Cam. Who knew that sex scenes could get boring?