T.J. Wilder is the perfect package of breathtaking adventure and raw sex appeal. Even better, he’s about to reconnect with the one woman he’s never been able to forget. . .
Get Your Pulse Racing
To Harley, the landscape around Wishful, California, is exhilarating, untamed, and more than a little dangerous. The same could be said for T.J. Wilder, who’s invited himself along on her trek to study a rare coyote. Harley’s career is riding on this trip, and she doesn’t need a stubborn, incredibly sexy distraction. But T.J. is a professional guide who knows when to stay back and when to provide invaluable expertise–just like he’s done since they were in high school. And Harley, as usual, is torn between throttling him and giving in to the raw attraction that’s been smoldering all these years.
T.J. knows how proud and capable Harley is, but he’s damned sure not letting her put herself at risk when there are illegal hunters in the area. She needs him, with the same soul-stirring urgency that he’s always craved her. And here, in this beautiful place days from civilization, he’ll finally have a chance to prove it–over and over again.
This is the 3rd and final book in Shalvis’ Wilder Adventures series. I really enjoyed the first two and was looking forward to reading about TJ and Harley.
In the previous books TJ seems the least likely to fall in love. He’s aloof and detached, though he obviously cares about his family. I was surprised then that he was the one who was willing to think about more than a casual relationship. Harley’s reasons for not wanting to pursue a relationship with TJ were sound, but they seemed to go on just a bit too long.
I loved TJ and Harley together. Not just the sex, but their friendship. Harley didn’t want TJ’s help, but he gave it anyway. I loved that. I also loved how well they fit together.
The backdrop and secondary characters were was wonderful as always. I love the relationship between the three brothers and Harley and her sister, Skye. They were very well written.
Shalvis does contemporary romance very well. This whole series was light and fun, with just the right touches of emotion.
4.25 out of 5