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I'm talking about Sunday Salon. This week I have a tantalizing, fun book to share from an author whose books I enjoy reading again and again.
CALL ME WILD by Robin Kaye
Borrowing a friend’s cabin in Boise, Idaho, Jessie sets out to write a romance novel. Despite the face she’s never read a romance novel and doesn’t much believe in love, Jessie undertakes the task thinking it will be quick and easy. She soon realizes just how wrong she is.
Meanwhile, Jessie has caught the eye of sports doctor Fisher Kincaid. He keeps running into her all over town making her wonder if she’s being stalked. When Fisher learns what Jessie’s doing, he offers his services as a test subject. When the two get-together, sparks and fun make for an interesting combination.
CALL ME WILD revisit’s the zany Kincaid family featuring Fisher and his brothers, Trapper and Hunter, and sister, Karma. Their interaction is contagious drawing readers into their fun-loving, mad-cap follies. Add in the spunky Jessie and you have a light-hearted romance sprinkled with humor, sense of family, loyalty - an out-and-out great read.
Author Robin Kaye creates characters that are well-developed, realistic and easy for readers to relate to. They each have their strengths, but also a vulnerable side with doubts and flaws. Readers become invested in Kaye’s characters and want to learn more and more about them. Kaye delivers this and much more as she explores each family member and those they come to love.
CALL ME WILD flows at a steady pace giving you laugh out-loud moments while leaving you breathless other times. The chemistry sizzles as the couple discovers what true romance is all about. This is one summer read you’ll want to keep the AC on high for as you visit with this steamy duo.
This is the second installment in Kaye’s Wild Thing series, but can be read alone.
Author Robin Kaye’s website is www.robinkaye.com
Call Me Wild by Robin Kaye, A Wild Thing Series, Sourcebooks Casablanca, @2012, ISBN: 978-1402257339, Paperback, 352 Pages
FTC Full Disclosure - This book was sent to me by the publisher in hopes I would review it. However, receiving the complimentary copy did not influence my review.
What books have you discovered this past week? What’s on your list to read this week? Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful Sunday. Be sure to stop back by later this week when author Robin Kaye drops in for a visit.