An independent woman, a controlling man, and one wild one-night stand…
Kat Kennedy moved to the rugged coast of Maine to start a new life, but encountered much more than she bargained for in dark, dangerous, and seductive Lane Wild.
Desire and temptation smolder before she succumbs to her darkest fantasies with the captivating stranger. She doesn't expect to see him again after an explosive one-night stand leaves her breathless and craving more, but just like lightning in the darkness, he shows up in her life at the most unpredictable moments.
A sensual game of cat and mouse ensues before the attraction between them reaches a fever pitch—the magnetism combustible, the sexual tension nearly unbearable—and Kat finally abandons inhibition and explores the cunning, selfish, and sexual side of a world she's never known.
They have the perfect non-relationship—passion-fueled nights with no strings attached—until life gets real and the past and present collide in a dangerous storm of lust and obsession.
Wild begins with Kat seeing her one night stand again and again several times after she just moved to this new town in Maine. The problem is she doesn't need to get involved with anyone, and she can't seem to stay away from him. They start out very casual, saying that it isn't a relationship. But some how, some way they both end up falling for each other, but hidden pasts, and secrets tend turn things around for both of them..
This book was okay. I didn't feel much of a emotional connection to either character till the end pretty much. The beginning was interesting, but just slightly boring. It didn't really pick up till almost the end. Then there was this cheating/non cheating issue. It bother me much because I wasn't really invested in the characters, but still it was kind of a jerk thing to do. But I do admire the heroine for how she handled, that is how I wish all heroine's handled something like this if they were in this situation. It was freaking awesome. I don't think I will be reading any more in this series, but this one was a nice short read to pass the time with.