{Review} Wild by Magan Vernon

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{Review} Wild by Magan VernonWild by Magan Vernon
Series: Forever Wild #6
Publisher: Beautifully Broken Books on March 15, 2014
Genre(s): Contemporary Romance (Adult)
Pages: 62

Our Rating

2 Stars

All roads led Valerie and Wes back to the Vegas desert where they first met.

Valerie is ready to do whatever it takes to get back her husband, even if it means getting help from an old friend and signing confidentiality contracts.

But nothing has come easy for Valerie and Wes in their wild relationship and when they're hit with some extra surprises they have to figure out if one wild night will lead to being Forever Wild.



This book includes mature subject matter that may not be appropriate for readers under the age of 18.

ReasonsToRead The story of Valerie and Wes comes full circle when Wes runs back to Vegas, and Valerie sets off on her own to find him.

Broken hearted and crushed by guilt, Wes is gone.  He’s not answering her calls or texts, and Valerie has few clues about where he might be, but she’ll scour the city’s seediest streets if that’s what it takes to find the best thing that ever happened to her.

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TheVerdictThis book was a bit of a departure from the others, and while in some ways it makes sense to go back to the beginning, it took me out of the element of the relationship I’d enjoyed so much.

Their story began in Vegas, complete with a male revue, but the following books took us to Chicago, to every day life and work and trying to make a go of their relationship.  In a sense, it quickly redeemed Wes in my eyes.  He went from a gold-digging stripper to a good-hearted man once he was away from the city without a soul, and it made Valerie’s falling for him all the more believable.

But in Wild, that easy comfort of living day-to-day life with each other flies out the window and is replaced by the seediness of a strange “modelling” gig that even manages to ensnare Valerie.  Whereas Valerie has previously been strong-minded and independent, it was oddly out of character for her to agree to the gig, no questions asked.  The Valerie I know wouldn’t have simply changed into skimpy lingerie and allowed herself to be driven out into the desert.

Fortunately, they return to Chicago before it all ends, but even that didn’t really sit right with me.  I mean, they find out View Spoiler »

I don’t know.  The series overall is okay, but too many things about this last book just lost me, and I found myself skimming to the end.

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About Magan Vernon

Magan Vernon is a Young Adult and New Adult writer who lives with her family in the insurance capital of the world. When not writing she spends her time fighting over fake boyfriends via social media.

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