Wilde For You

Wilde For You

by Marianne Rice


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ISBN-13: 9781680586435
Publisher: Limitless Publishing
Publication date: 05/26/2016
Pages: 278
Sales rank: 1,151,310
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.63(d)

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Wilde For You 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
thicks More than 1 year ago
Sage is a hard one. Being the eldest of the 3 girls when their parent's checked out her sisters were all her responsibility. Putting them first and having to be responsible gave her a need for control. Control over everything including and especially her emotions, well until they day she got caught outside in the cold in a gown. Not just any gown, the kind you get at the doctors office that you have to hold in the back, yup you know the one. He wasn't what she expected. He saw her and made her feel like no one ever had, ever could. He made her feel. This one was painful. I mean yeah they all have their issues but Sage with all of her bravado felt like an outcast. Like she didn't belong. Ms Rice does an amazing job catching the emotions and feels not only with Sage but also Luke as he struggled to break through to her. At times I didn't know who was breaking my heart more, seeing the side to her that she's kept hidden or knowing that she wanted more but didn't know how to go about it. There are some great characters in this series and each book is a standalone and yeah I read them out of order. There is some stuff that comes out but you wont be lost. It's an amazing series.
shobeteener More than 1 year ago
This is book 3 in the Wilde Sister Series. I feel it could be a stand alone as Marianne does a fantastic job pulling you into the story so you feel you know all the sisters and their spouses. I really love the Marianne portrayed Sage's character. She's one tough lady. I'd even call her snarky. I think a lot of personality is in direct relation to how she grew up. She was the 'parent' to her sisters. She doesn't plan on falling in love, having the white picket fence or children. I get that. It's just not her. She takes it upon herself to get checked out to see if she can be a surrogate mother for her sister Thyme, who can't have children. I think she is an amazing woman. It was such a heartwarming and emotional moment in the book when she presented her idea of being surrogate to her sisters. She's actually at the doctor's office when they have to evacuate the building due to a fire scare and here comes sexy firefighter Luke. I think her red boots is an indication that there's some 'fire' in our Sage. Luke is instantly attracted to her fiery attitude. Luke is great looking, sexy, thoughtful, has a great sense of humor, loves his adopted mom...you know the perfect guy. He can 'see' Sage and as the book goes along you can tell that her sisters and husbands are also getting to 'see' Sage. He doesn't give up on Sage even though she's not very nice to him at times. I got a little irritated with how she treated him sometimes. I again think her past has a lot to do with that. He confuses her and scares her at the same time. I do think that she should of opened up to Luke about her past. That would be the only thing in the book I would suggest changing. Even with that said I think this is an outstanding book, very well written and I absolutely loved it. In fact, I see myself re-reading this book again.