Running Wilde by Chloe Lang
The Brother’s of Wilde, Nevada 3
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Length: Short Story (104 pages)
Other: M/F, M/F/M, M/F/M/M/M, Menage, toys, BDSM, spanking
Rating: 4.5 Cherries
Reviewed by Honeysuckle
Jessie learns what happens in Wilde, Nevada doesn’t stay secret for long, when one of the five brothers is involved, especially when he’s Dallas Wilde. With her job on the line, he’s much more trouble than she needs, but she can’t seem to resist.
Dallas Wilde is used to sweeping women off their feet, but since meeting Jessie, he can’t stop thinking about her. He vows to do whatever necessary to possess her for himself and his brothers. As an unseen menace inches closer, Jessie finds Dallas harder and harder to resist.
If the evil that is plaguing the Wilde mines doesn’t get Jessie first, she may very well die of sensory overload thanks to the Wilde brothers.
Jessie may not be making a lot of headway in learning who has been sabotaging the Wilde mines but the same can’t be said for her progressing relationship with its smoking hot owners…except for oldest brother Austin. Meeting and hooking up with not one but four of the brothers’ Wilde was never on Jessie’s agenda when she came to Nevada.
If you’ve been ravenously gobbling up Ms. Lang’s Wilde Nevada series as I have, you’ve already enjoyed the passionate first love Jessie found with Jackson and the soul searing and consuming love of Phoenix. Hold onto to your hats and start practicing your “Sirs” because in book three we get to know middle brother, Dallas Wilde. We got just a teasing sample of Dallas in book two that merely whet our appetites to watch him have some one on one time with Jessie. Ms. Lang does not disappoint in Running Wilde.
Where Jackson and Phoenix are careful to not push Jessie and are struggling to decide how to tell her their plan, Dallas is straighter to the point. He recognizes the submissive in Jessie and knows that training her may be the key to winning over Austin in the long run.
Each new story in this series is better than the last. Ms. Lang is still a fairly new author but it doesn’t show in her writing. Her characters are all unique and relatable. She does a tremendous job of building the chemistry between Jessie and Dallas while maintaining the love and passion she already felt for Jackson and Phoenix. With this type of series I think that not losing focus on what has already been built up in the readers mind is important.
Jessie shows a lot of personality in this story. She is curious about her own limits but isn’t going to be used or lied to. I like her spunk. Dallas’s character is perfect for how this series is progressing. Where Jackson and Phoenix were the appetizers I think Dallas and Denver are more main course type men. There is a tangible build up that seems to be pointing towards Jessie and Austin. I haven’t decided who’s the dessert, Jessie or Austin, but it is sure to be decadent either way. Don’t forget someone is still out there ready to spoil it all for Jessie and her men. He or she makes their presence known in Running Wilde and someone ends up hurt. You’ll have to read the book to find out who it is!
Ms. Lang is building towards something big in book six and you don’t want to miss the journey in getting there. Pick up Running Wilde today if you’re already involved with the Wilde men, or go read Jackson and Phoenix’s stories first to see how it all began. It’s not too late get a little Wilde!