Wild Thing by Robin Kaye

Wild Thing
#5 in the Domestic Gods Series
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format: ARC received from publisher
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Series Order:
1. Romeo, Romeo
2. Too Hot to Handle
3. Breakfast in Bed
4. Yours for the Taking

Synopsis: Whitewater-rafting guide Hunter Kincaid lands his dream job–guiding sportswear models through Idaho’s rugged wilderness for a week-long photo shoot. When he meets Toni Russo, the goth New York manager of Action Models, there are enough sparks to set the forest ablaze.

When Hunter finds Toni’s book on how to marry the man of your choice, he studies it as a joke. Before long Hunter realizes he’s never cared enough for a woman to bother working this hard to get her. But the last man in the world this city girl wants is a Survivor Man wannabe…via GoodReads

Why I Picked It Up: I really enjoyed Romeo, Romeo and Too Hot to Handle by Kaye so I decided to pick up her newest.

What I Lurved: To be honest, the aspect I loved the most in Wild Thing was the secondary characters. Hunter’s family and James are probably the biggest reason I finished this book.

What I Could Have Lived Without: Hunter and Toni didn’t have much of a buildup. He sees her, she sees him and BAM! Hunters’ planning the rest of forever and Toni’s running in the opposite direction. For whatever reason, it just didn’t work for me. Tori’s sassy personality worked sometimes and at other’s she came across as a petulant child. The ending was also really abrupt for Toni and Hunter and really just set up the next book.

Recommended For: Romance readers who enjoy love at first sight stories.

Avoid If: Stubborn main characters drive you a little nutty.

2 Hearts

2 responses to “Wild Thing by Robin Kaye”

  1. I read and really enjoyed Romeo, Romeo, but after this review I think I may stick with the series order and hope all the earlier books are more enjoyable!


    1. I normally stick to reading order all the time. I really did enjoy Romeo, Romeo and Too Hot to Handle. I'm going to go back and pick up the two I missed. I'm sure they are great reads!


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