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Wild Child (A Wild Ones Novella)

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  • Posted August 23, 2014

    3 1/2 stars We learned a lot about Rusty and Jenna in The Wild O

    3 1/2 stars
    We learned a lot about Rusty and Jenna in The Wild Ones. I missed tham and was thrilled that they were going to get their own story - there just wasn't enough in it for what I was hoping. Don't get me wrong, Michelle has done a fabulous job in maintaining the characters and their growth. The mechanical bull scene is one that will stay with me for a VERY long time. The short-sighted thinking and the abrupt tidy wrap up left me a bit empty and longing for more. I was sure that the wild, charismatic, passionate characters would have had more story to tell. We got to see more of Trick and Cami, but they seemed to have equal time to Rusty and Jenna. All in all it was a great follow up to The Wild Ones and I would recommend it.

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  • Posted March 23, 2014

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    A nice short, sexy read¿ This is a novella in The Wild Ones ser

    A nice short, sexy read…

    This is a novella in The Wild Ones series which can be read as a stand-alone.

    This is a short sexy read with emotional depth. Jenna Theopolis really is a wild child and to some degree so is Rusty (Jeffrey) Catron yet he is much more tempered than she is. Jenna has plans for her future and they don’t include staying in her hometown. She has always wanted to leave and spread her wings. At least that was the case until she spends an amazing summer with Rusty and finds that she has fallen deeply in love with him. Jenna has graduated from college and wants to start on her career path but she is torn because of her feelings for Rusty.

    Rusty’s father walked out on him and his mother when he was a child and that left him with abandonment issues. He loves Jenna but he believes things are temporary, that her inner spirit will eventually take her from him. He doesn’t trust that she would stay so he doesn’t tell her his feelings and when the ground falls out from under him he tells her to go which hurts her. 

    But when the ground falls out from under Jenna he allows nothing to stop him from running to be with her, seeking to help her through a dark time. When the dust settles he finally voices his feelings and desires. In all relationships communication is vital, without it there are so many misunderstandings that could have been avoided. This is one of the lessons of this novella.

    The H and h are two very likable characters and the antics they get into are not only amusing but steamy. This is a tale of two young adults facing what life throws at them and growing up some in the process.

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