Wild

Wild

by Laramie Briscoe

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Overview

He saved me....

Addalyn "Addie" Blackfoot

I was somewhere I shouldn't have been, doing something I shouldn't have been doing. As Tyler Blackfoot's daughter, I know better. There are expectations to being who I am, but I've never fully lived up to them.

Adoption.

It's supposed to be the answer to prayers – both for the parents and the child. Me? I've always felt a little out of place, like I couldn't settle down, a flower blowing in the breeze, waiting to be uprooted.

Until the moment he stepped in front of me, taking the blade of the knife meant for me. I didn't know his name, but the way he looked at me, it was like he knew all my secrets, but didn't care. It was reckless and passionate, and I never thought of the consequences.

I figured after I got what I wanted from him, I could break it off and never see him again.

I was wrong.......


Wilder "Wild" Evans

She came into my life when I least expected it. Strong, fearless, and ready to take whatever the asshole holding the knife was going to dish out.

For months after, I couldn't get enough of her. Her joy in life, the way her eyes lit up when she saw me, and the smile that popped dimples in her cheeks when she wasn't paying attention. She calmed every part of a man who'd never had steady and I craved it.

Then it was gone. She became a different person, left without a trace, and ignored my texts.

Fate intervened, and I found her again.

I got my calm......

She got her wild......

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162138037
Publisher: Laramie Briscoe
Publication date: 10/05/2018
Series: Heaven Hill Generations , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 28,940
File size: 369 KB

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Wild 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Momma_Becky 19 days ago
This second in the Heaven Hill Generations series runs along the same timeline as book one, but this one is Addie's story. Oh, and Wilder, let's not forget Wilder. It's impossible not to fall for Wild as he and Addie get to know each other. He's a little broken, a whole lot sweetheart, and absolutely lovable. Addie is a bit of hot mess as she avoids her issues with her past, and of course, Laramie Briscoe gives us all the feels, especially when it all comes crashing down around her. One of my favorite things about this series is the feeling of family within the MC and their desire to help those in need. Another is the characters - Naturally, our romantic couple is front and center, but even the secondary characters practically leap off the page. Like the first book, there is some danger for our characters to get through, and this one leaves us with some questions and possibly more danger to come for the MC. All in all, Wild is a solid addition to an already addictive series, and a couple that I couldn't get enough of.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wild is book 2 in the Heaven Hill Generation series and each book can be read as a standalone. If you read book one than you will see that this story runs concurrent with book 1 so if you start out of order you’re not missing anything. Addalyn AKA Addie is battling with feeling out of place and like she doesn’t belong. She’s adopted, well loved and cared for, but there is still something missing inside of her. Add into the mix feeling left out of her BF’s life and you got a recipe for disaster. Add in another lost soul and you have Wilder AKA Wild. Left with no family he hits to the road to find a new destination to set some roots into. Well fate has plans for Wild and lands him in Bowling Green for a pit stop to fix his bike to head back on the road. But if we learn anything reading the Heaven Hill series its that the MC protect their town and those they know are real. Never did Wild think he would land his roots in BG, but love makes you see outside of the goggles at times. He knows this is the place to dig his roots whether he had Addie or not. These two lost souls help each other understand the loss/hurt they feel and why. Wild being in Mayhem was just that for a bit when it came to Addie. Addie may not have made the best decisions, but it placed her into Wild’s life for a reason. You will get angry, feel the hurt, laugh and love how loving and awesome not only the whole MC crew is but how much Tyler (her dad) and her mom love her. They may not be her blood, but she is Tyler all the way. Addie and Tate (her BF) know that their friendship will always be there just not as much as before these men came into their live. We not only get the story of Addie, but we see some trouble brewing on the MC side. There is one thing we know though and that is this MC will move Heaven and Hill to ensure their town is safe. I’ve said it before and I will continue to say this until I read the series of Heaven Hill. I know shame on me! This is a family that you want to read even more after seeing how they are grown up. I cannot wait to see what transpire next in the Generation series and what is to come of the MC.
NaughtySmuttyBookBlog More than 1 year ago
I guess I never really thought about how it would be to follow in Tyler Blackfoot's shoes. Addie being the oldest child, she comes with a lot of emotional baggage. "This dark cloud hanging over me, I’m not sure it’ll ever let up." She opens up so much but her emotional walls are so high. Enter the new guy in town, Wilder aka Wild. He is alpha enough to push beyond her boundaries. This starts as a simple fling but slowly grows the more time they spend together. It's raw emotional material that dives deep into feeling lost. Another great read from this talented author...
Kristen Bergh-Lewendon More than 1 year ago
This is what happens when two lost souls find each other. You get a gritty, gripping emotional drama that left me fighting my tears at the same time as I was sighing for the sweetness. On the surface, Addie looks like she has everything she could possibly want. After all, she’s a Heaven Hill Princess. But what if that one thing she needs is the one thing no one around her has been able to give? Until a stranger rolls in to town. One who’s just as scarred and broken as Addie is. And in many of the same ways, too. Wilder has no one left on Earth he can call his own, but the pain he sees in Addie is familiar to him. It calls to him. These two battered hearts just might be the salvation of one another. Grab the box of tissues and settle in for the long haul. Once you get started reading this book, you’re not going to want to stop. Not for food, work, sleep, nothing. Now that I’ve finished it, I can’t wait to get my hands on the next book. I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book.