Series: The Wild Ones #3
Author: C.M. Owens
Wild Ones Tip #349
If you don’t understand what’s going on, it’s because you haven’t been in Tomahawk long enough.
My sister and I decided to go to Tomahawk to learn more about our estranged grandmother and spend some time together doing something other than networking.
What we expected was some quiet town, a peaceful escape, and a little downtime.
What we got?
Two sexy mountain men…who actually wear a lot of flannel, bring fresh kills on first dates, and gripe about screaming a lot.
Hypothermia, a broke arm, a possible concussion, and more reckless fun than we’ve ever had.
And a stoner town that prides itself on its weed, crazy challenges, beards, and bizarre character.
Our trip started a little like a horror film…including bad cell signal, spotty internet and womb snatchers. Long story.
Fortunately, it changed pretty quickly.
I actually ended up not spending much time with my sister, but I did spend a lot of time with Kai Wilder. He’s the single most unique, easy-going, and…oblivious man I’ve ever met.
Welcome to Tomahawk. Home of the Wild Ones.
MY RATING: 5 Stars
So now I feel like I should have rated the first 2 books as 4 stars…because I felt like this one was soooo much better.
Kai is the most adorable, incredibly oblivious character I have ever come across. If I were to imagine myself in my underwear when my hubby came home – and he didn’t immediately jump my bones… I think I would punch him in the nuts.
This book was the perfect example of opposites attracting. Piper is this incredibly sophisticated girl with just enough snob in her to give her some snark. And of course Kai is a Wild one. I think from what I have read so for -the wildest of the bunch if you don’t count in his sister. He might be a bit more laid back then than the rest but when he lets his wild one out he sure brings it to the party…
C.M. Owens also managed to give us a little more bang for our buck this time round by introducing a second love story – even if it doesn’t quite have its happy ending… and I am REALLY hoping at some point it does get it *hint hint*
Full of laughs, explosive (see what I did there) fun, that includes a town full of people singing baby shark together, all the Wild Ones on ice in their Dinosaur costumes and a wood splitting contest that would leave you cleaning drool off the floor this is an absolute must read.
The only downside is that so far – this is it for the Wild Ones… no other installments have been written yet. Now a girl just has to wait….