Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Review: Call Me Wild


Book Title: Call Me Wild

Author: Robin Kaye

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca

Genre: contemporary  Romance

Length-  350  pages

Reviewer name: Chalet

Rating:5 lightning bolts


BLURB:
Uemployed New York Times sports reporter, Jessica James gives up her big city life and moves into a borrowed house in Boise, Idaho. She's determined to become a great romance writer, and she only has one obstacle: she doesn't believe in love. Writing quickly becomes a challenge, so Jessica decides to go out and find some inspiration. She soon meets sexy, outdoorsy doctor Fisher Kincaid, who's more than happy to teach her all about love...(

Review: 

Call Me Wild has it all. Romance, meddling sisters, teasing brothers, drama and more.


Jessie- A sassy and now unemployed sportswriter from New York who moves to Boise Idaho to work on writing her first novel. Writing a romance novel when you don’t believe in love turns out to be harder than she thought.

Fisher- A doctor who has an obsession with fitness, a crazy family and a touch of OCD. He also has a natural rhythm that keeps throwing him into the path of Boise’s newest resident writer.

Karma- Fisher’s little sister. She runs a bar in town and has a thing for fixing her family and friends up with other people. She thinks Jessie and Fisher are perfect for each other and is not above pulling some tricks to throw them together.



When Jessie loses her job and moves to Boise, the last thing she expects is to fall in love. Mainly because Jessie doesn’t believe in love, she believes in lust and she thinks that because she is tall and athletic guys don’t really want her. Her goal is to write a romance novel and she thinks it will be a piece of cake. Little does she know….

Fisher notices Jessie the first time he sees her. Then he keeps running into her and is intrigued. Then fate, well really Karma, intervenes and gives him the opportunity he needs to get Jessie right where he wants her.

Will an accident and forced proximity finally make Jessie believe in love? Or will her stubborn ways drive Fisher away? There are lots of quirks and twists, so start reading now to find out!





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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the review - this sounds like a fun book

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