Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Review: Go Wild by Juniper Bell

Go Wild by Juniper Bell

Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 3



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.

Reader Advisory: Features an extended ménage (M/F/M/M/M) and references to bondage experimentation and sexual escapades of all types. Woohoo!

Lily's Review

The first thing I have to say about this book is “I did not want it to end”! It was great, a really gripping read with hot, complex characters and sex steamier than any sauna! Set in majestic Alaska I shivered at the luscious mid-winter descriptions and perspired over the sizzling naughty antics of the weather weary inhabitants who’ve become very inventive at filling those long dark winter months.

The hunky hero Lars is a winner, in every sense of the word, and you can’t help but root for him to win his ultimate prize, wild child Katia. But Katia has issues, issues which cleverly reveal themselves as the story unfolds.

I adored the way Ms Bell led up to the final scene, tempting and teasing the reader with the daring antics of Lars and Katia and building up the sexual tension to rocket levels. I found it impossible not to become totally invested in the outcome of the whole tale and desperately hoped everyone would get their happy ever after – that for me, is a sign of a really special book.

A sex soaked read which will leave you panting as it plunges you into the untamed heart of Alaska and gives a heady insight into the wild men – and women - who live there. If you enjoy contemporary erotic romantic with hot characters, a fun premise and all wrapped up in an amazing state, don’t miss Go Wild.

5 Tea Cups!

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