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Monday, April 25, 2011

Wilde Fire by Chloe Lang

Wilde Fire by Chloe Lang
The Brothers of Wilde, Nevada 2
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (116 pages)
Other: M/F, M/F/M, M/F/M/M/M/M, Menage, BDSM, Toys, Spanking, Anal play/intercourse
Rating: 4.5 Cherries
Reviewed by Honeysuckle

Wilde, Nevada is proving to be more troubling than Jessie imagined, when, just as she falls for one hot cowboy, feelings also spring up for his brother Phoenix. Though it’s crazy and not without risk, she can’t help but welcome his possessive embrace.

Phoenix knows she’s the woman for him─and his four brothers. But there are those in Wilde who want to destroy them. Phoenix must win Jessie’s love, or they might lose their hearts. And their lives.

Jessie may have lost her virginity in Wilde, Nevada but what she’s found with the brothers Wilde is worth more than all the silver this little cow town can mine in a year!

When last we visited Wilde, Jessie Green had been sent to investigate the multiple accidents that had plagued the mine and the Wilde family who owned and operated it. Jessie met and became intimately acquainted with four of the Wilde brothers. Youngest brother Jackson made the first impression on the inexperienced Jessie but she wasn’t unaffected by any of the sexy cowboys. In book two of The Brothers of Wilde, Nevada lucky readers get to know the multifaceted and talented Phoenix Wilde.

Phoenix caught my attention in book one because he seemed so serious. I really thought he would be harder to win over but next to Jackson he’s one of the first to really realize that Jessie may be their “one”.

Ms. Lang has a really terrific writing voice. She’s vivid and detailed without coming across and just trying to fill pages with flowery words. There is a point where Jessie is comparing Phoenix to the men she’s met in Manhattan and is noting the difference in their handling of women. Ms. Lang writes that “his manner was of a former era where women were spoiled rotten, cherished, and protected”. This is what I meant by vivid writing. You get a feel for the characters inside and out. Ms. Lang gives the reader brilliant insight into the thoughts of Jessie and Phoenix through POV changes throughout this short story. Readers better understand their emotions and motivation which breathes reality into their budding relationship.

There are plenty of “awww...” moments in Wilde Fire. Likewise, the danger is still present in Wilde so the underlying plot by an unknown evil will keep the reader on their guard for the next “accident”. This reviewer was highly anticipating the first time Jessie would meet oldest brother, Austin. It was worth the wait and it was filled with terrific tension. Jessie has just enough submissive in her to tweak his Dominant side and before they part ways the reader knows that Austin is more than a little interested.

Jessie is slowly accepting the fact that the brothers share her but is beginning to question their nontraditional tendency. Will she still be able to accept the brothers when she realizes they are looking for a forever kind of girl? And, did Jackson Wilde actually invent phone sex? Okay, probably not but you do not want to miss that conversation!

If this is your first trip to Wilde it isn’t too late to go back and read book one, Going Wilde, to get a first look and how it all began. These books are written with one story flowing into the next so I highly recommend reading them in order. If you’re hooked into Siren’s LoveXtreme line like I am and if you’re looking for a really fun author to follow, pick up Chloe Lang’s Wilde, Nevada series. You’ll walk away a fan of the writing and an automatic buy for the writer.

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