Review: Wild Thing by Liberty Laine

Wild Thing by Liberty Laine
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone
Release - September 4, 2017
Genre - Erotic Romance
Dual POV - 1st person
Heat - 4 out of 5
Length - 81 pages

I've waited my whole life to catch her. They call her a criminal. A con-woman. A thief and too wild for her own good. But me? I just call her mine. -Officer Nathan Trent.

He's one of the good guys. Honorable. Reliable. I’ve loved him since we were kids. But there's no way I’ll let my wild ways tarnish his squeaky clean reputation. No matter how badly I wish he was mine. -Tillie Coletrain

Warning: This novella is chock full of sexy times, ridiculous shenanigans, and surprise weddings. You’re welcome.

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MY REVIEW

I loved this story. It was short. It was insta-love. The hero was a freaking virgin!! AND I LOVED IT!!!! I’m not a huge fan of anything insta, simply because it could be hit-or-miss and lately I’ve been served a lot of misses. But it looks like that streak is over, honey. Liberty Laine charmed my freaking socks off. Nathan Trent had a plan. Graduate high school, become a cop, get the girl. He always had his eye on Tillie (and she on him) and he waited, quite patiently, for her to get her ish together. But see, Tillie was having a hard time doing just that. Luckily for her, she’s got Mr. Good Deeds himself on her side and he has no problem taking care of his girl.

I loved Nathan. He was hardworking, honorable, loyal, honest and just plain good. Tillie was more of a question mark but I trusted Nathan’s judgment that she was a good person through and through. I got some glimpses but I could tell that she had some more growing up to do.

I didn’t read the first book, Jail House Rock, but it didn’t feel like I was missing anything. To be honest, I didn’t even realize there was another book until I finished this one *hides face*. This quickie felt longer than it was. It had humor, good vibes, a haunting back story, and so much love that it almost read like a full-length novel. This may be my first read from this duo of authors, but it most definitely won’t be my last. I had a blast and I cannot wait for the next one!

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