- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1322 KB
- Print Length: 260 pages
- Publisher: Entangled: Ignite (27 Feb. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01NB1FYD1
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 9 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #11,247 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Too Wilde to Tame (Wilde Security) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
This was one of the more surprising reads for me in 2017. What started off a little slow turned into something that just got better and more intense and heartbreaking until the end, when I just pretty much crying and happy for a family I just met.
You should know that this is the first I've read of the author, and yes, I am aware that I read the last book first XD But in all honesty, I'm an urban fantasy reader were dragons and necromancers are my scene, so veering off into a different genre was an interesting experience. If not for this, I would never have found Burrows, and I can't wait to see his other brothers and their love stories. This book was filled with so many feels for me. Greer was really intense emotion and mental wise, and his vulnerability was what really did it for me. The additional hotness and adorable scenes were bonus points. I really liked the suspense as well, how it kept me guessing and trying to figure it all out until the end. It's a definite recommend from me.
And the story is a good one. The author has developed characters with whom it is easy to make an emotional connection - the hopelessness felt by Greer, the frustration felt by Natalie. Both are drawn on the page with deft strokes.
But don't think that the author has sacrificed the plot to concentrate on the relationship. This is a tense storyline which kept my interest throughout.
A one sitting read.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.
Too Wilde to Tame was an enjoyable read; the author balanced the elements of romance and suspense really well. I haven't read the previous books, but that didn't put me off giving this book a try and I wasn't left disappointed.
I really liked Greer and Natalia; they couldn't be any more perfect for each other. Natalie had a way of getting under his skin and it was entertaining to watch these two pushing each other's buttons. The old lady in the building made me laugh when she caught Greer making his walk of shame - her comments made Greer blush lol.
When a series continues over several books, I think you naturally have expectations particularly when there's an ongoing suspense element. So yes, I went into this with certain hopes: some of which were met, and some that weren't.
"For the first time in a very long time, he saw a future that was more than death and despair and soul-crushing secrets."
In terms of characters, Greer and Natalie were easy enough get along with, and although their chemistry was a little lacklustre with little intimacy between them, they were likeable and I particularly liked Natalie's fight. And, as has been the case throughout this series, the banter between the brothers and their love and support for one another was great, bringing humour and some emotion.
"We put the fun in dysfunctional."
The issue I had was the pacing: more needed to happen sooner and whilst it gathered some momentum along the way it wasn't until the last 30% when the story really kicked off. You can't deny that when Tonya Burrows inserts a twist or a red herring she's good and she did bring the unexpected, it just didn't have the impact of its predecessors for me because 60% was steadier.
"What was more frightening? Opening his heart to her or losing her?"
With a nice epilogue bringing closure to the Wilde boy's story, this was by no means a struggle for me to read, it simply wasn't my favourite of the series. And I do hope we get to catch up with them in the future in Tonya's HORNET series.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Oh and I did enjoy it. Natalie and Greer are a made in Heaven romance story, perfect! Wasn't so sure when the rest of the boys appeared, they're behaviour in so many instances was... Read morePublished 2 months ago by elspeth
This was a really gripping, emotinal, enjoyable and at times heartbreaking story. That kept me engaged throughout and I thought it was the perfect conclusion to this series. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mags
This series just gets better and better.I just love all these brothers but its official Jude is my favorite,i loved the chemistry between him and Libby. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Poppy