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Friday, June 17, 2011

Go Wild by Juniper Bell

Go Wild by Juniper Bell
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (89 pgs)
Other: M/F/M, Ménage, Anal Play, M/F/M/M/M, BDSM, M/F
Rating: 5 cherries
Reviewed by Mazus

Lars loves Katia. Katia loves Lars. Lars wants to marry Katia. Can he convince his free-spirited lover that marriage will be as fun as her sexually adventurous single days?

Never before has Katia been tempted to give up her carefree ways. She’s deeply in love with Lars, but she doesn’t know if he can handle her wild side—or wilder needs. But Lars is a hard man to resist. The former Olympic champion won’t give up, not when he knows just how to please her.

The people of Wild, Alaska, know the best way to survive winter is to let off a little steam. When his buddies hit town for Wild Nights, a notorious winter festival with one rule—“anything goes, nothing counts”—Lars has the perfect opportunity to prove he’s the man for Katia.

Lucky for Katia, “proof” includes four rugged Alaska men and one wildly erotic night.

Sparks fly in the town of Wild, where Lars and Katia are celebrating the town’s annual “Wild Nights". Lars has asked Katia to marry him and she has not given him an answer yet. Katia doesn’t want to be held down by marriage; she’s scared to lose her freedom. Lars loves Katia with all his heart and will do anything to keep her with him. He has a plan and he hopes it will convince Katia that they are meant to be husband and wife.

Lars is a former Olympic champion who has come back to his hometown of Wild. He’s also the town hero. Lars is one of the most gorgeous and darling athletes I’ve ever read about. Lars is what made the story so wonderful with his wit and loving ways. Katia is quite complicated and her love for Lars is certainly something to envy.

I’m surprised this novella didn’t burst into flames as I flew through the pages. Each love scene was blistering and unique. The characters were conflicted about their future together and it made for a well rounded read.

I would recommend this book to someone looking for a scintillating novella. It will keep you reading long into the night.

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