SYNOPSIS: Hawaii has a brand-new cowboy bachelor
No one knows the truth about Keanu Kealoha's family history, and he intends to keep it that way. But Keanu's world explodes when the reclusive rancher allows a visiting production company to film his life. Suddenly he and his twin brother are TV's hottest new bachelors. However, Keanu's celebrity could end as quickly as it began if he gives in to his desire for Sonia Brandon, the show's sophisticated and sexy producer.
As the force behind reality television's latest hit, Sonia knows the sky's the limit. But her attraction to the Hawaiian bachelor could jeopardize everything...especially when Keanu's shocking secret is aired before millions of viewers. With her feelings growing, Sonia is determined to prove that she didn't betray him. But can the really of their blossoming relationship overcome the secrets of the past?
REVIEW: To Have a Wilde is the fourth installment of the Wilde family saga. This book focuses on Keanu, Nick and their father and the legacy of their mother. As Keanu find out the truth about their mother he has no time to wonder how or when he would tell Nick about the personal letters he found of their mother and the secret. Keanu & Nick mother start the Aloha Keiki foundation that helps young and disadvantaged youth to bring in much needed money. For the past two month Kealoha's family had allow a film crew to come in and film the lives of the men and women working to bring awareness, globally, to the impact of ranching in Hawaii as well attention for their mother's foundation.
For the past two month the film crew has been there on the ranch and just when Keanu thinks the show is coming to an end, he gets some news that really makes him think if he would sign another contract. As the burden and responsibility and decisions falls on him and Nick due to the fact that his father has suffer a stroke.
To Have a Wilde is set in one of my favorite place Hawaii. This story will take you on a journey where promises were made, betrayal of trust. Awareness to the land and the foundation that their mother and wife fought for.
I have enjoyed all of Kim's Wilde books and I have to say that certain part of the storyline did have some gaps that will make the reader question of certain events.