Wild Thing

Wild Thing

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by Robin Kaye
     
 

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IF HE THINKS A GROUP OF BEAUTIFUL WOMEN IS A HANDFUL, WAIT UNTIL HE MEETS HER...

White-water rafting guide Hunter Kincaid is psyched to lead a group of fashion models into the Idaho wilderness for a photoshoot. But it's Toni, the feisty manager of Action Models, who creates enough sparks to start a forest fire...

When rugged outdoorsman meets the original city

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IF HE THINKS A GROUP OF BEAUTIFUL WOMEN IS A HANDFUL, WAIT UNTIL HE MEETS HER...

White-water rafting guide Hunter Kincaid is psyched to lead a group of fashion models into the Idaho wilderness for a photoshoot. But it's Toni, the feisty manager of Action Models, who creates enough sparks to start a forest fire...

When rugged outdoorsman meets the original city girl, worlds will definitely collide in Robin Kaye's fresh new series.

Award-winning author Robin Kaye grew up in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge next-door to her Sicilian grandparents. Living with an extended family that's a cross between Gilligan's Island and The Sopranos explains both her comedic timing and the cast of quirky characters in her books. She currently resides with her husband and three teenage children in Mount Airy, Maryland.

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Publishers Weekly
When Toni Russo, an emotionally scarred and frankly whiny New York goth, heads into the rugged Idaho wilderness for a work project, an unexpected and unlikely romance springs up between her and sexy river guide Hunter Kincaid in this clumsy opposites-attract series starter. Managing the Action Models agency keeps hapless Toni’s hands full as she also battles her lust for Hunter, her fear of the wilderness, and the personal demons that keep her from seeing Hunter as more than a fling. Hunter appears to like Toni despite her attempts to push him away and a multitude of tiresome miscommunications and assumptions. Kaye (Yours for the Taking) takes a fun concept and grinds it into an overblown tale featuring an underwhelming heroine. Secondary characters, such as Hunter’s sister, Karma, provide more interest and hope that future series titles will be better. (Dec.)
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Kaye's second Idaho story, after Yours for the Taking (2010), entertainingly explores the perils of the great outdoors and the rocky road to love.
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Kaye's second Idaho story, after Yours for the Taking (2010), entertainingly explores the perils of the great outdoors and the rocky road to love.

the story of the mountain man and the city girl who loves him is an enjoyable ride

Wild Thing is a cute, funny, contemporary romance by an author who's writing style I really enjoy. Fans of contemporary romance and the opposites-attract storyline will have a great time reading this book.

What more do you need in life? A book that makes you laugh, and loves and lets you escape for a while into a completely insane yet goofily lovable situation.

Overall, this was simply a fun book that I really enjoyed reading. I am really looking forward to reading about the rest of the siblings. Hopefully, their books are soon to follow!

This is a sweet, fun filled, opposites attract romance, with more steam than a normal contemporary romance,but not erotic.

There are moments in Wild Thing when I laughed out loud. There are moments when I cried. The book made me long for a sweet romance with a man who is comfortable in his own skin and who has no need to shove his masculinity down anybody's throat. Basically, the city girl meets the mountain man in the best possible way in Robin Kaye's latest release. I will be rereading it soon.

Robin Kaye leaves you yearning for more of this fabulous family.

Needless to say I can't wait for the next book in this series. If you like when opposites attract this would be the book for you.

An enjoyable read

I had a great time reading this book.

Funny, sexy and emotionally gripping-Wild Thing will make you want to book flights to Idaho in search of Robin Kaye's hot river guides!

This is only my second Robin Kaye book, and what a blast I've had reading each of them. Her characters are fun and her writing is light and steamy in just the right spots. The intriguing part of Wild Thing is how opposites definitely attract. Hunter and Toni are poles apart in every aspect of their lives, and that makes their loving and their differences enjoyable to read.

Loved this story - a great romance with a lot of action and great ideas :)

A fun adventure, full of romance.

Wildly entertaining, Robin Kaye dishes up a captivating cotemporary romance with a main man that is sure to make you swoon!

WILD THING is a great book to relax and enjoy quite time with. Escape to the wilderness and immerse yourself in Hunter and Toni's fun and passionate journey to love.

"This was one of my favorite novels of the year and I'm looking forward to reading Fisher's story next year." - Night Owl Reviews

The love scenes are definitely hot! Sizzle. The story is very comical at times and the ending will just leave you smiling. There is a warning though, Wild Thing never lags and the reader might find themselves not being able to put the book down until finished! Rated 5 Delightful Divas by Dharma!

I really enjoyed Hunter's brothers,sister, and grandfather. I can't wait to read the siblings stories.

A wonderful story to lose yourself in for a few hours.

Funny, sexy and emotionally gripping-Wild Thing will make you want to book flights to Idaho in search of Robin Kaye's hot river guides! Rating: 4 out of 5 Heat: 4 (Hot)

I'm a big fan of Robin Kaye and I can't wait for the next book.

Combining oil and water is about as impossible a task as pairing the two characters in Wild Thing, Hunter Kincaid and Toni Russo. But author Robin Kaye gives it her best effort and the result is a story that is pure contemporary romance.

WILD THING is a can't-put-it-down romantic adventure.

The ending had me smiling and knowing that I would reach for another book by Robin Kaye.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781402257278
Publisher:
Sourcebooks
Publication date:
12/01/2011
Pages:
384
Sales rank:
369,264
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.80(h) x 1.40(d)

Meet the Author

Award-winning author Robin Kaye grew up in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge next-door to her Sicilian grandparents. Living with an extended family that's a cross between Gilligan's Island and The Sopranos explains both her comedic timing and the cast of quirky characters in her books. She currently resides with her husband and three teenage children in Mount Airy, Maryland.

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