Friday, October 4, 2013

Review: Wild Child by Molly O'Keefe

Wild Child by Molly O'Keefe

Monica Appleby is a woman with a reputation. Once she was America’s teenage “Wild Child,” with her own reality TV show. Now she’s a successful author coming home to Bishop, Arkansas, to pen the juicy follow-up to her tell-all autobiography. Problem is, the hottest man in town wants her gone. Mayor Jackson Davies is trying to convince a cookie giant to move its headquarters to his crumbling community, and Monica’s presence is just too . . . unwholesome for business. But the desire in his eyes sends a very different message: Stay, at least for a while.

Jackson needs this cookie deal to go through. His town is dying and this may be its last shot. Monica is a distraction proving too sweet, too inviting—and completely beyond his control. With every kiss he can taste her loneliness, her regrets, and her longing. Soon their uncontrollable attraction is causing all kinds of drama. But when two lost hearts take a surprise detour onto the bumpy road of unexpected love, it can only lead someplace wonderful.

My Thoughts:
I really loved this. Monica and Jackson are both imperfect characters.  I love to read about imperfect people finding love. The story is funny, sweet, and steamy. And there is plenty of drama. I definitely want to read more about Shelby the art teacher. Just a fun story about finding love in a small town. The other characters were a fun bonus.

My Rating: *****
Steam Factor: !!!!

My Source: NetGalley

Where to get it: (Oct 29, 2013)

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