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Crazy Wild (Steele Street Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2012

    Good

    ## Not quite as good as the first two in this series (hence the 4 stars instead of 5). #1 is my favorite so far. But it's still worth reading. I would recommend reading them in order, that seems to help with all the character's histories and secondary stories. As with all the heroes in this series, Creed was amazingly hot. I wish the author would've given the heroine more of a personality. And the chasing/hiding scenes were a little to long in the beginning. Other than that it was great.

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  • Posted May 28, 2012

    Overall Rating: 4.95 // Action: 5 / Emotion: 5 / Romance: 4 / Se

    Overall Rating: 4.95 // Action: 5 / Emotion: 5 / Romance: 4 / Sensuous: 3.75 / Suspense: 4 // Laughter: 8 / Tears: 4

    Tara Janzen wrote another winner in "The Steele Street Series." *Crazy Wild* is about another hunky, tormented, alpha hero who saved an intelligent, beautiful heroine. Action enthusiasts will enjoy all the adventures the protagonists face. Emotional enthusiasts will shed tears and become involved in the hero and heroine's angst. Suspense lovers will be on the edge of their seat wondering how Creed is going to save Cody from such an un-save-able, un-fix-able situation. And although it took a while for them to get there, the sensuality and romance was hot, yet healing.

    Am anxious to get to the next book of the series. See Wolf Bear Does Books for a more in-depth, detailed review of *Crazy Wild*.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    wild romantic suspense

    Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special operations and Low Intensity Conflict the Honorable William J. Davies orders General Buck Grant to shut down the Columbian job immediately. He wants three of the four agents to handle a potential terrorist act in the American Heartland where a Soviet nuclear bomb is headed. He also demands Buck not use that lunatic Creed Rivera, the ghost killer. --- However, Hawkins, Hart or Chronopolous are unavailable even if Buck could find any of them thus he sends Creed without a leash leaving behind his comrade and the two terrorist killers they stalk. Outraged Creed flies to Denver to abduct the most dangerous woman in the world, Cordelia ¿Cody¿ Stark, who looks like the poster child for librarians rather than an international nuclear arms broker. However, as Creed stalks her waiting to make his move, three brutes attack her. With her cover broken and unable to shake Creed who saved her life, Cody flees knowing that if caught she will spend time in Leavenworth, but at least the map that everyone wants is stacked away in a terrific hideout in plain sight. --- The third ¿Crazy¿ tale is a wild romantic suspense starring perhaps the craziest of the foursome and the only woman for him, the courageous somewhat kooky Cody. The story line like its predecessors (see CRAZY HOT and CRAZY COOL) is fast-paced from the moment that Creed arrives in Colorado and never slows down until the final altercation in which all hell breaks loose with Cody in the middle. Fans of the miniseries and sub-genre readers will enjoy the tale of the ¿Blond Bimbo and the Bomb mostly due to the two ¿bad to the bone¿ protagonists. --- Harriet Klausner

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