Thursday, July 3, 2014

REVIEW - Wild at Heart (Untamed #4) by Victoria Green & Jinsey Reese

Title: Wild at Heart (Untamed #4)
Author: Victoria Green & Jinsey Reese
Publisher: Turning Leaves Press
Release Date: 30 June 2014
Series or Standalone: Series
Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance

With his dad hell-bent on destroying him, Dare's life hangs in the balance. Fearing the worst, Reagan rushes from Paris to New York, hoping to get to him in time, only to find their entire world collapsing around them.

The threat is too real, risk too high, death too possible. Unfair doesn't even begin to cover it.

Two wild hearts that belong together, trapped in a world trying to break them apart. But a love this strong has to survive...doesn't it?

Buy It: Amazon | B&N

My thoughts:
This installment starts off fast and doesn’t stop until you reach the last line of the book, and when you get to the end, you might want to scream and throw whatever medium you’re reading on across the room because you have to know RIGHT NOW what’s going to happen. But you won’t know until August 12th, because that’s when the last episode of Ree’s and Dare’s story will be released.

So if you’ve read Escaped Artist (and if you didn’t, why the hell not? Go get it. NOW!), you know how that episode ended. WaH picks up with Ree and Dalia still on the phone about what happened. If you’ve read any of my previous reviews, you know I don’t do spoilers, but I will say that Ree gets back to New York.

This episode is chock full of an overabundance of pride, high-handed attitude, smarmy acting, a surprising sibling reaction, cockiness, confrontations and a surprising victory in a long-standing battle. Not to mention two of the planet’s most insane fictional parental units.

Each episode of Dare’s and Ree’s story just gets better and better, and while I’m sad that the next episode will be the last, I’m excited to see how it all wraps up. It’s going to be interesting to see how the rest of the Brothers Wilde series will stack up against Dare and Ree, but I’m pretty confident that the future stories will be just as engaging and maddening and awesome as this one!

ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.

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