Friday, June 24, 2011

Review: Running Wilde by Chloe Lang

Running Wilde by Chloe Lang

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance

Heat Rating: 4



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.

Clare C's Review

Book three in the Brothers of Wilde, Nevada, series centers on establishing Jessie’s relationship with Dallas, the third Wilde brother. Even though I haven’t read the first two in the series, I didn’t feel lost at all. The writing flows smoothly, and the overt friendliness welcomes everyone to the story. The main conflict—Jessie must fall in love with Dallas and consider a future with the five brothers—is resolved in his installment, and the overarching conflict with the mine is advanced.

The plot is simple, almost formulaic, as are the characters. I think that’s what made it so easy to slip into the middle of this saga. Parts of it, mostly the dialogue, felt rushed, as if it was just there to connect erotic scenes. For someone looking for a sinfully enjoyable ongoing story, Running Wilde fits the bill perfectly. The erotic scenes, quintessential cowboy BDSM, were scintillating and generated a good amount of heat. They furthered the plot and helped us to get to know the characters. This is a great read for those lazy days when you just want a little escapism.

4 Tea Cups!

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