Review

I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

I read Wilde Nights In Paradise, so I have a bit of a background with the Wilde Brothers as well as their business, Wilde Security. I know that a lot of readers have been anticipating Reece’s book and have been waiting patiently for it. Personally, I think it was worth the wait. Reece was a good character and the Wilde men are always fun to read.

What I didn’t like about this book was that there seems to be a lot going on. I’d understand subplots if it’s a first book in a series because that’s when we get bombarded with characters who will have their own books in the future. But for a third book, it kind of gets in the way of the story. And I wanted the love story between the good guy and the wild child.

Also, I haven’t read the second book, but seeing how that book’s heroine was in this book, it kind of puts me off reading Eva and Cam’s book. I mean, some families may be that way, but there is a time and place for all of that and there is a right way to talk, regardless of your intent and reason. Overall, I still enjoyed this book even if there is a thing or two that didn’t sit well with me.

Reading Order [book-series]

Book 1 – Wilde Nights In Paradise

Book 2 – Wilde For Her

Book 3 – Wilde At Heart

Book 4 – Running Wilde

Book 5 – Too Wilde To Tame

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