I received a copy of this book from Netgalley/Entangled Publishing/Entangled Ignite for an honest review. “Wilde at Heart” by Tonya Burrows is the third book in the “A Wilde Security” series. This can be read as a standalone book. This story has a lot going on suspense, mystery, relationships, and a steamy romance. Reece and Shelby are opposites but there is an attraction and lots of chemistry between them. Reece is a workaholic and doesn’t take time for himself. Shelby is a colorful person but carries a lot of baggage from her past mistakes. Due to events and situations Reece and Shelby end up together. Will these two opposites take a chance on a real relationship? There were lots of twists and turns that you didn’t see coming. The book left you wanting to read the next book in the series. FYI, this book contains mature content.
“Running Wilde” is the fourth book in the “Wilde Security” series. This is Lark Warren and Vaughn Wilde’s story.
Lark and Vaughn spent three passionate weeks together before she up and disappeared. Lark is on the run again. She has to keep moving and changing identities before her past catches up with her. Vaughn has been searching for Lark. He has been obsessed with finding her. Vaughn told his brothers that he wanted to bring her back to face charges for identity theft. Or could it be because of what they had shared and then she just disappeared like it meant nothing.
This story is full of suspense, romance, hot intimate scenes, and relationships. You better put on your seat belt because this book will take you on a “wilde” ride!
I’ve read book three and four of this series. I’ve enjoyed them so much I cannot wait for book five, Greer’s story. I would also like to go back and read books one and two. The books can be read as a standalone, but you have more of a connection to the characters if you have read the other books in this series. FYI, contains mature content.
I have received a copy of this book from NetGalley/Entangled Publishing, for an honest review.
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