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  • Mass Market Paperback: 528 pages
  • Publisher: Forever (29 Oct. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1455599204
  • ISBN-13: 978-1455599202
  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 3.2 x 17.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 381,741 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Kristen Ashley was born in Gary, Indiana, USA and nearly killed her mother and herself making it into the world, seeing as she had the umbilical cord wrapped around her neck (already attempting to accessorise and she hadn't taken her first breath!). Her mother said they took Kristen away, put her Mom back in her room, her mother looked out the window, and Gary was on fire (Dr. King had been assassinated four days before). Kristen's Mom remembered thinking it was the end of the world. Quite the dramatic beginning.

Nothing's changed.

All Kristen has ever wanted to do was write (well, and be the Queen of the World, but you gotta start small). Somehow, she got into the charity biz and found another calling. She worked for the Rocky Mountain MS Center and the Colorado Neurological Institute before moving to England. Now she does both, working for The Pituitary Foundation in Bristol, UK by day, sitting at her computer typing out stories by night.

Kristen now lives in England and got there by way of Denver, where she lived for twelve years, but she grew up in Brownsburg, Indiana. Her family was (is) loopy (to say the least) but loopy is good when you want to write. Her Mom moved her and her brother and sister in with their grandparents when Kristen was six. Her grandparents had a daughter much younger than her Mom so they all lived together on a very small farm in a small farm town in the heartland. Kristen grew up with Glenn Miller, The Everly Brothers and REO Speedwagon (and the wardrobes that matched). Needless to say, growing up in a house full of music, clothes and love was a good way to grow up.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Claire's Book Corner on 29 April 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
I had a bit of trouble with this book. It took me a bit longer to finish than the other Kristen Ashley books that I've read. I just didn't really like Brock or Tess that much and in places I found it to be a bit boring. From the books I've read of Ms Ashley's there is a bit of a formula to them. We have a feisty sometimes stupid heroine who meets an hot uber alpha male, they do the will they won't they dance, somewhere along the road the woman gets kidnapped and the man rescues her. Interspersed with all of this there is some laughs and some tears and I didn't feel that we got this with Wild Man.

I found the characters a bit bland. Tess does not play games with Brock at all she does what she says and she is sweet and safe and boring. Brock is kind of wild in a bossy no nonsense type of way but he just didn't do it for me. I had a huge problem with the language used in this book too. Brock uses the c-word lots. He does not use it to refer to people in a negative way, no he uses to describe Tess' you know what. For me this was a real turn off. Tess is portrayed as such a nice sweet person that I found Brock using this term with her not to be in keeping with her character. I cannot imagine Tess finding this word acceptable at all.

We get to meet some of the characters from the Rock Chick series as well as Hawk and Mitch from Mystery Man. I am definitely carrying on with the Dream Man series and I would like to give Wild Man 3 stars.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Reader TOP 50 REVIEWER on 6 Dec. 2011
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Tess O'Hara owns her own bakery, when a gorgeous guy walks in and within minutes she has agred to go out with him. For four months they see each other getting closer, or so Tess thought. Until she discovers that the guy she has started to fall for is a DEA agent, and she does nt even know his real name. Thinking he has only been using her to see if she is involved in her ex-husbands drug empire. she decides not to see him again. But Brock Lucas has other ideas.
Once again this author gives us another fast moving story filled with a hot leading man and a loveable heroine who also has a core of steel. Many obstructions are placed in their path including Brock's ex-wife who is a real bitch, and Tess's ex-husband.
I loved the relationship between Brock and Tess it was hot but romantic. All of the characters are very well developed and believeable. If you like stories with real alpha heroes and sweet loving but strong heroines then this is for you. This is the second book in the series the first which is just as good is Mystery Man (Daydream Series).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Laura TOP 100 REVIEWER on 26 Jan. 2013
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Most KA books I have read out of sequence. I had read all the others in the Dream Man series and would say this is the weakest.

Whilst I loved Tess and Brock, it reminded me too much of other KA storylines what with the bitch ex-wife. What I usually love about KA's H&H is how they argue and make up a few times throughout the book but Tess and Brock were just nice and happy for most of the time. Brock is the usual alpha male who loves his woman and will do anything to protect her. Tess is the usual great heroine who can be sweet but can also turn kick-ass when she's protecting what is hers.

No surprise that there is the usual plotline of the heroine getting kidnapped!

As usual in a KA novel featuring kids, KA writes them superbly. I liked all the other characters and loved the epilogue.

I will continue to read this authors novels though as I do love her way of writing. Her next book is out on 28 Feb '13 and I can't wait!
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By Jo-Anne on 2 April 2014
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Tess O'Hara has an ex-husband who is a drug dealer and she doesn't know that he has dragged her into this world by forging her name on bank accounts for the money he has made. Brock Lucas is a DEA agent who has to investigate Tess to find out if she is, in fact, involved with her ex's 'business'. They become romantically involved, but because he is undercover for several months, Tess doesn't even know his real name! When Tess finds out who he really is, of course, she is pretty upset. Somehow the author keeps the relationship going and they have a really good thing going. The drama keeps going with Tess's ex-husband and goes over the top with Brock's ex-wife who is totally nuts.

The character development was well done. Tess and Brock were hard not to like. I especially liked Brock. I liked Tess for most of story but not as much toward the last quarter of the book. It felt like she was taking Brock for granted and stopped telling him what she was doing, etc. which has always been a big thing in their relationship. What I didn't like about Tess was her constant thinking of how hot Brock was or what he was wearing. Actually, I thought the author went too far in describing what anyone was wearing and after this couple had been together for quite some time, I thought the constant sex to be unbelievable.

The secondary characters were good additions to this story. Brock's sons were cute and I felt so sad for them when they were afraid to act like kids because of Brock's ex-wife. Tess's friends where wonderful additions and I was envious of her relationship with them.

After reading some of the other reviews for this book and other Kristen Ashley novels, I feel like I am alone in my feelings for the dream man series. I haven't loved them. Of the 3 that I have read in this series I have only just liked them somewhat. That is, other than Mystery Man, which I really, really didn't like.
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