To Tame a Wilde (Harlequin Kimani Romance Series #341)

To Tame a Wilde (Harlequin Kimani Romance Series #341)

by Kimberly Kaye Terry
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To Tame a Wilde 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Leo-Lady79 More than 1 year ago
this book is horrible. The author spent more time talking about hot horny the characters are for each other, than actually writing a story. I think Ms. Kimberly Kaye Terry has her Kimani romance writing mixed up from  her erotica writing. Don't waste your time...unless you like reading about how hard the male gets just at the thought of the woman.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was not her best. The majority of it consisted in the same thoughts between characters over and over. Nothing happened.
BlackPapillon More than 1 year ago
Okay, let me just say that Kimberly Kaye Terry has a way with words. I think she is a literary genious. I was hooked, with every play of words, she had me drawn in to the characters. It was deliciously inticing to read about the Keloha brothers and the women who love them. Single ladies, watch out, she'll make you want to go to Hawaii to find you a man like this, but that's what we readers want right??? To be lost in the moment and live vicarously through the literature we read. I am an avid reader with an extremely vivid imagination, so I take a journey to the places that I read about in books and am thrilled to discover I feel like I've actually been there. I'd love to hear more of the Keloha Family. They are a tasty treat to read about. I love the heroines that you place them with. Simply beautiful women. The fact that they are all very saucy/sassy and fiesty women, much like myself, just make the read that much more enjoyable. As an inspiring writer myself, you encourage me to want to right more. Kimberly Kaye Terry should look into debuting her works on the big screen if not through network syndication on national television so that we can see your characters come to life.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyed this story, but hated the ending. I hope this is the authors way of telling us to look for another book. Will there be a wedding, will the two families meet and form a bond, will the ranch foreman find her soulmate, will the twins find out the history of their parents? Sounds like another book in the series!
ChasingRed_74 More than 1 year ago
I have never read a book that made me want to throw it away after finishing it. This story between these two characters is lack luster and predictable. I would've expected some of the verbiage if I were reading an erotica novel, but not a regular romance novel. The author spent more time focusing on how the characters were in a constant state of arousal and less time on actually focusing on some dialogue. There is barely any interaction between the two unless you count how long they stare at each other! Seriously, I am a connoisseur of all things romantic and erotic and this book is neither of those. Give me believable characters with some depth. I don't want to constantly hear how "hard" or how "wet" the characters are every five seconds. Actually let them have some interaction with each other. I get that it's just a romance novel, but when I buy a book to be entertained at least let it hold my attention.
Harlequin_Queen More than 1 year ago
Kimberly k Terry is a AWESOME writer, I place her along my favorites authors, Brenda Jackson , Franics Ray among them!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago