Wild [NOOK Book]

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In her deliciously steamy novellas, Lori Foster introduced the sinfully attractive—and sensual—Winston brothers. Now she continues their story—as sexy Zane Winston sets his roving eyes on the lady of his dreams…

Zane Winston is used to fielding women’s not-so-subtle advances. But he’s still shocked when an exotic gypsy whispers some very suggestive words in his ear—and ...
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Overview

In her deliciously steamy novellas, Lori Foster introduced the sinfully attractive—and sensual—Winston brothers. Now she continues their story—as sexy Zane Winston sets his roving eyes on the lady of his dreams…

Zane Winston is used to fielding women’s not-so-subtle advances. But he’s still shocked when an exotic gypsy whispers some very suggestive words in his ear—and surprised to find that he’s aroused by her words rather than amused. After all, she’s not exactly his type…

But he soon discovers that Tamara Tremayne’s not really all that exotic. Her so-called psychic powers are (mostly) made up. Her waist-length black mane is a wig. And underneath the witchy makeup is a very stubborn, seductive woman—who may be in very serious danger…

Tamara refuses to accept Zane’s help—but he’s still sure she’s the woman for him. She may not be supernatural. But she’s sassy. Sexy. And totally wild…



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Editorial Reviews

Linda Howard
Interesting characters and an original plot. You can pick up any Lori Foster book and know you're in for a good time.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781440674501
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 12/31/2001
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 35,465
  • File size: 414 KB

Meet the Author


Lori Foster is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of many contemporary romances.
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  • Posted January 23, 2010

    great read

    I was glued

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 20, 2012

    THIS BOOK SHOULD BE BUNDLED with the entire Winston Boy family,

    THIS BOOK SHOULD BE BUNDLED with the entire Winston Boy family, the brothers and cousin were that great, still all on the keeper shelf, needs to be in my Nook!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 3, 2009

    more from this reviewer

    I Also Recommend:

    A Dilemma

    After having read "The Winston Brothers" I read "Wild" and the only problem was figuring out which out of the four brothers (three in the Winstons, one in Wild) was the sexiest, most romantic, interesting man I had read about in a long time. The female characters are quirky but very warm and appealing. I also then read "Say No to Joe?" which was about the Winston cousin Joe and that book was as good as these. I would love for this family saga to go on and on. I know I will re-read these books.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2004

    Sexy Wrap Up¿Winston Brothers Series

    This was definitely a well balanced contemporary romance: straightforward hot sexual desire, danger, suspense, and laughter. What a sexy wrap up to her Winston Brothers Series. I enjoyed that each brother had their own unique expression of their sexuality: Cole (steadfast patient lover) ¿ Tangled Sheets; Chase (bewildering ¿kinky¿ lover) ¿ Tangled Dreams; Mack (playful accepting lover) ¿ Tangled Images; and finally, Zane (feral protective lover) ¿ Wild. LF doesn¿t miss the mark in her grand final-lee of her Winston Brothers series, Wild. Zane is the seductive alpha male. At first, for six years, Tamara was just the business woman (mysterious gypsy) next door, however the more he was determined to know her after that one afternoon she walked into his store and declared to him ¿I want you¿to share your body with me, and let me give you mine¿, the more he desired to fulfill his secreted fantasies of ¿scorching carnal activities¿ with her. The initial stun and embarrassment of her straightforwardness caused him to reject her, conversely after considering the many days and nights he previously spent obsessing over this mysterious gypsy, he decided to accept her proposition for an evening of mutual physical attraction. The more time he spent with her, the more his attraction grew into a deep emotional attachment, protectiveness and affection for her. However, there¿s a problem. Someone is trying to run her out of town, even to the point of possibly murdering her. It¿s wonderful to see the Winston brothers and family take a united front to protect the love interest of Zane. Her eccentric family involvement resonates at a deep level because you can identify with it if you come from such a family ¿ i.e. `My Big Fat Greek Wedding¿. We've all been there in one way or another... at one time or another... and many of us have been there more times than we¿d care to admit. Her gypsy Uncle Thanos, Aunt Eva and Aunt Olga embarrass her with their old world beliefs ¿ believing the damaging schemes against Tamara and her shop are due to they¿re being haunted by a deceased Uncle Hubert. Again this is a multi-faceted character romance story ¿ not as much committed to the ¿romance¿ of falling in love, but the old saying of `you not only marry your spouse but their whole family¿¿

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2002

    Zane is to die for!

    This book rates among my favorite reads of all time. It's been too long since I've read a book that made me want to stay up all night finishing it. I enjoyed every word, paragraph and page, from beginning to end. Zane is the strong, loving, and possessive Hero all us ladies are just dying to read about... and OH so much more! However, he is determined to remain a bachelor, and even more determined to avoid the 'Winston Curse'. Nevertheless, Tamara, is not the average Heroine. She'll surprise you as much as she did Zane! and even though he thinks he can keep things on his terms-- keeping it all about sex-- she sets his libido into overdrive, and completely melts his heart in the process.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2002

    Wild about Wild

    From the very first sentence the story grabs you and won't let go. One by one Zane has watched as his brother have fallen under the 'curse'. Tamara a dark haired, dark eyed psychic gypsy, or is she, enters his life. What follows is a wonderful romantic tale with some mystery thrown in. We get to visit with old friends, the brothers and their wives, and get introduced to a new Winston. Cousin Joe! As always Lori has given her readers a great book!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2012

    you must check it out

    Another great part of a series

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2002

    Excellent

    Wild was fantastic. I loved it from the first line and didn't want to put it down. Humorous and serious, what more could you ask for? Zane is to die for, as are all of the Winston men. Now, the wait is on for Joe.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2002

    Awesome read

    Oh boy, Lori Foster keeps getting better and better! I loved this book and it was fun to catch up with the rest of the Winston's. Zane is everything a woman could want, I know I did. What quirky characters and Tamara is just the woman for him. The book does stand alone, but is so much better when you've read about the other Winston brothers. Pick both the Winston's and Wild up and have yourselves a great read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2002

    Wonderful

    I LOVED THIS BOOK!!! From the second I read The Winston Brothers I was in love with Zane.There is nothing better than a full length story about Zane. Thank you!!!! Tracy

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2002

    Another great book by Lori Foster

    Wild brings back the Winston brothers that we have meet in Lori Foster's other books. This book does not disappoint but is a strong book that can stand alone but only if you want to punish yourself by not reading Lori Foster's other great books

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    pleasant erotic romance

    His brothers recently found love that led to marriage, but Zane Winston plans to remain a contented bachelor for at least the near future. Zane loves to play the field, but his perfect single world changes when Tamara Tremayne garbed in erotic new age garments enters his computer shop whispering: 'I want you.' <P>Tamara has been attracted to Zane, but he has never noticed she existed. Deciding that she must act on her feelings she finds a journal full of erotic advice that she applies to Zane. He is aroused and she encourages him further. Tamara feels she has earned a last fling before leaving town when her New Age business finally fails due to vandalism. Zane feels protective, but desperately wants to become the latest married Winston if he can convince Tamara to have him permanently. <P> WILD lives up to its title name, as the story line is a fast-paced madcap trip. The opening line of ¿I want you¿ will be considered a classic and sets the tone for the lead characters, whom readers will like when they avoid abusing the use of sexual innuendoes. When they go sexual, Zane and Tamara lose some of their appeal. Still, Lori Foster closes the Winston Brothers saga with a pleasant erotic romance. <P>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2001

    Going Wild for Zane...

    Lori Foster has done it again. She has created men and women so believable you would swear they live down the road from you. Zane, the last of the Winston brothers falls for a Gypsy. Tamara looks erotic and sensual with her long dark hair and mysterious eyes. However, underneath the costume, she's a little sensual woman made for the right man. From the moment she tells him,'I want you' through the zany moments with her family and his, Tamara and Zane learn so much about desire. Their match seems as if magic should be involved, but it's the joining of two halves of a soul that proves itself in this great romp of a read by Lori. What makes this book so fun to read is how the pacing keeps you moving as the characters try to discover who is trying to make Tamara sell and why. Between a new Winston man to drool over (Move over Zane and let Joe walk in that door!) to the families interfering with Tamara and Zane's intimate moments, you're sure to hit a point where you laugh, you sympathize, and you reread it over again because you are part of the story. I highly recommend the whole Winston men series from Cole's story right through to 'Wild.'

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2001

    You'll want WILD!

    I shouldnt be amazed by now when Lori pens a new book even better than her last, but she's done it again and WILD is one hot, fantastic book! You'll meet the last Winston Brother who is diligently avoiding the 'Winston Curse' as its called (meeting the love of your life and ending up happily-ever-after)Zane --- who is one sexy hero. Tamara Treymayne is the 'gypsy' heroine destined to drive Zane straight (and eventually QUITE willingly)into the arms of the waiting 'Winston Curse'. This was one of the absolute BEST books of the year, and no one can write a deliciously steamy story with to-die-for heroes like Lori can!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2001

    Wild for Zane

    Zane Winston is a man who loves women and they love him right back. Women flock to him like bees to honey. He is fun and very easy on the eyes being tall dark and very handsome. He is the only unmarried Winston and plans on keeping it that way. Tamara Tremayne is the gypsy next door who looks exotic and worldly. Her jet black hair is to her waist and her eyes are black with heavy makeup. She has been attracted to Zane for a very long time and has decided to do something about it. She turns his world upside down with three little words,'I want you'. Zane can't resist and goes to her home and finds out someone is out to hurt her. To his surprise she is not as she appears. This book is very good. The love scenes are sensual and erotic.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 3, 2002

    Fantastic

    Lori Foster's last installment of the Winston brothers story, Wild is a definite must read. It is the sexy story of Zane Winston, and his gypsy heroine Tamara. The book is fast paced, steamy, and has a plot that keeps you reading. The characters are well thought out and indescribable. I whole heartedly recommend this book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2001

    Worth the wait!

    I've been anxiously awaiting Zane Winston's story since I read about the other Winston Brothers in Hot Chocolate, Sinful and Charmed. This book was well worth the wait! Zane has been watching his brothers fall in love one by one, all the while holding onto the belief that the 'curse' won't strike him. I'm happy to say that it finally has, in one of the hottest books I've read all year. Not only do we finally get to see Zane meet his match, but we also meet another Winston, who will thankfully be getting his own story as well. I'll be waiting for the next one with bated breath!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2001

    An excellent, fun read!

    Ms. Foster continues to delight readers with her story about the fourth Winston brother! Dispelling the myth that computer guys are unattractive geeks, Zane proves that smart is definitely sexy. Presented as somewhat of an enigma in the previous Winston brothers stories, Zane shows himself to be a great hero, displaying the perfect combination of protectiveness, affection and sensuality that keeps readers infatuated with Ms. Foster's male characters! The heroine Tamara shows an endearing combination of spunkiness and vulnerability that is a complement to Zane. Ms. Foster's presentation of family dynamics is delightful, also, contrasting the well-grounded and supportive Winstons against the extremely colorful and unrooted Treymaynes. Another fine work by Ms. Foster, who turns ordinary people into extraordinary heroes and heroines that you'll want to read about again and again. (And just when you're sad the Winston saga is ending... in comes cousin Joe, who captures your imagination and has you eagerly anticipating his own story!)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 22, 2001

    The Winston Curse Catches a Wild One

    Zane Winston¿s story has been one of the most highly awaited books for the last two years. Readers like myself have enjoyed reading about each of the Winston Brothers and watching them fall in love and get married. (Note: if you have not read their stories yet, pick up THE WINSTON BROTHERS for some great reading and a good lead-in to this book)<br> Zane Winston is noted for being a heartthrob and great with women. Tamara Tremayne wanted to experience Zane. They ran neighboring businesses and Tamara also knew Zane and his brothers from the Winston Tavern. She is an exotic looking Gypsy and one day she comes into his shop and informs him that she wants him. Zane is immediately turned on and decides he wants to get to know her before he beds her. What he discovers surprises him. She is not what he thought she was. He also learns that someone is trying to run her out of her business and home. Zane, the protective male that he is, decides he is going to get to the bottom of it and solve it. He gets help from Joe Winston, a rogue cousin introduced for the first time by Lori Foster. He is a hoot¿fun, sexy and hot. I hope she gets to write his story, because he deserves one. <br> They solve the mystery, but not before Zane and Tamara have some hot and heavy moments between the sheets and out of them. Lori Foster knows how to write hot and steamy love scenes, along with great sexual tension, and WILD is no exception. You may need to cool yourself off a few times. <br> <br> By the end, Zane has fallen to the Winston Curse and is very happy to do so. Throughout the book you also get glimpses into the lives of the other Winston brothers. WILD is a wonderful, erotic book and should prove that Lori Foster is no longer just a hot, rising star, but that she has indeed arrived at the top of the Romance Bookseller lists.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2001

    Wild

    Thank goodness the publishing gods are letting Lori Foster write longer books!! Wild is her longest book to date and its a page turner that will have you laughing one minute and looking for ice water the next. Zane Winston is the last of the Winston brothers to escape wat he calls the curse. He thinks he is doing a pretty good job of it, but there is a beautiful gypsy woman who owns the business next door that is invading his dreams. Tamara Tremayne was raised by her two aunts and an uncle, Gypsies who are proud of their heritage and who consider Tamara to be the white sheep of the family. Tamara decides to give into her attraction to the hunk next door before she sells her business. Wild is wonderful, you get to revisit with all the fabulous Winston guys and get introduced to their cousin Joe who is even more of a ladies man then Zane was. If there is any justice, Joe will get his own story and have some woman give him a run for his money. Do yourself a favor and get Wild before it flies off the stands.

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