That’s what Liz Adams thinks when she catches sight of dark, gorgeous Steve Wilde sitting at a table in her coffee house, giving her a look of bold, satisfying. Wilde Thing (Wilde, book 2) by Janelle Denison – book cover, description, publication history. Read Wilde Thing by Janelle Denison by Janelle Denison by Janelle Denison for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and.
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Liz’s first husband was essentially described as a deadbeat womanizing jerk who liked to run up huge bills he couldn’t pay, leaving Liz in the lurch for his debts when he died in a car accident.
Other than those two main issues, Wilde Thing was a generally fun and sexy read. In order to find the cousin, Liz goes to work part time as a phone sex operator, the job held by her cousin. I still rate this around 3 stars because I like the development of the storyline–a little weak at the end, but not a bad story overall. In all fairness it is an older book, and was an Amazon cheapi I almost stopped reading this one in the beginning but forced myself to stick with it.
Liz hires him to find her cousin and the chemistry is there between them from the start. Fairy tale ending and all, I liked it. Because Steve and Liz are fun and sexy together.
For the most part, I’ve enjoyed Janelle Denison’s writing style so far and look forward to continuing with the Wilde series soon. Who knew that sex scenes could get boring?
Series readers, hot sex readers. There is also a passing mention of Mia’s three brothers, Alex, Joel, and Scott, who become future Wilde heroes too, as well as a visit with Steve’s brother, Eric and his lady love, Jill, from the first story of the series, Something Wilde I Brake for Bad Boys anthology.
No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! May 22, Pamela AllHoney rated it liked it Shelves: Open Preview See a Problem? But a man can only pretend to be interested in the pastries for so long. I was under the impression it had been about a month until post-party, when suddenly it was like ‘well, their week of passion denixon over’.
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Paperbackpages. Steve, the private investigator, buys coffee drinks from her business often during the week. I couldn’t help but be rather frustrated with her when she was about to let a great guy like Steve get away, just because of her over-inflated sense of responsibility. However, he quickly proved otherwise.
Liz Adams is his current desire and he is her fantasy as well. Then janekle starts all over again, until they finally get the information they need to locate the errant cousin.
Liz Adams is looking for her missing cousin. But see, there are much easier ways of getting the full name of the guy, Rob, that Valerie supposedly went away with. Nothing beyond fulfilling each other fantasy. Not nearly enough action.
Wilde Thing (Wilde , book 2) by Janelle Denison
Now that Liz has opened the door to wilfe, Steve intends to storm right through it, along with her defenses, and show the aloof beauty what she’s been missing Now, in a cat-and-mouse game where the thrill of the forbidden is never quite enough, a business arrangement is about to yield to pleasure. And yes Steve proposes jahelle she accepts at the end.
Their love for caramel might not be unique or new, but it’s sure HOT!!! Wilde Thing Janelle Denison No preview available – This is the first I’ve read by Janelle Denison, and it was pretty good. My biggest issue with this one is the time-frame.
But a man can only pretend to be interested in the pastries for so long. I enjoy her stories because so many of them are from the male characters’ and this book follows in this same line. If you take the sex parts out of the story there’s not a lot left. If anything, it was pretty obvious at least to me anyway that Steve was a very stable guy who exhibited the same deep sense of loyalty and responsibility that Liz had, and he also treated her unselfishly with kindness and respect.
When the characters aren’t involved in sex, they are thinking about it or talking about it. The story was okay but not exceptional. There is A LOT of sex in this book, very descriptive and damn hot sex. He pretty much puts all his time and resources supposedly into Liz’s case, trying to locate her missing, vapid, vain cousin Valerie.