Wild Enough for Willa

Wild Enough for Willa

by Ann Major

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ISBN-13: 9781460361580
Publisher: MIRA Books
Publication date: 10/15/2014
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 400
File size: 846 KB

About the Author

Besides writing, Ann enjoys her husband, kids, grandchildren, cats, hobbies, and travels.  A Texan, Ann holds a B.A. from UT, and an M.A. from Texas A & M.  A former teacher on both  the secondary and college levels,  Ann is an experienced speaker.  She's written over 60 books for Dell, Silhouette Romance, Special Edition, Intimate Moments, Desire and Mira and frequently makes bestseller lists.

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Wild Enough for Willa 2.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I had trouble following the events even the thoughts of the leading characters. Disjointed scenes had me trying to figure out not only who was who but whether they were good guys or bad guys. Though I liked all of them for being multifacteted it was a little hard to keep track. This was not a fun and easy read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book left much to be desired. The main character; Willa was that of a shallow woman that will do anything for money. What was amazing was that she would get offended when anyone thought that she could be bought, or that her morals were questioned. Totally unrealistic. I also found myself skipping pages just to get to the end.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I picked up this book because of the 'endorsement' of Nora Roberts on the cover. I was in for a rude awakening. Wild Enough for Willa is horribly written, the characters are undeveloped and the plot is poorly laid out. Major's writting style left me lost and confused. I was so disgusted with the devolopment of the characters that, by the end of the book, I would skip over whole pages. This is one of the worse books I have read in a long time.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Austin, Texas computer genius Luke McKade blames himself for the recent automobile accident that killed his estranged wife and unborn child. Although not in the vehicle, Luke drove his spouse to take the turn too fast with his scorn and disbelief that she loved him. So when his enemy Brandon Baines tells him that his half brother Little Red Longworth is out of jail and planning to kill both of them, Luke heads to Mexico to confront his sibling.

While there, Luke meets Willa de Mello, Brandon's abandoned girlfriend. He rescues her, but thinks she is a hooker. Though attracted to Luke, Willa rejects him for Little Red's out-of-nowhere offer of marriage. Four years later, Little Red dies from cancer. Luke still wants Willa, but although she loves him, she still repudiates his advances. Now he chases after her as she has absconded with a million dollars. Still he believes he and Willa are INSEPARABLE.

WILD ENOUGH FOR WILLA is a contemporary Texas romance that readers will enjoy. Willa is a powerful heroine trying to keep her and her four-year-old son safe. Luke suffers from demons, but the audience will have problems understanding his attitude after observing Willa's tender caring for Little Red, his father, and her son. Ann Major has written a powerful tale that shows why she has been a fan favorite for years.

Harriet Klausner