Review: Wild For You, by Magan Vernon


Part of a series? Yes.

Cliffhanger? Yes.

Category/Genre: Adult Contemporary Romance

Publisher: Beautifully Broken Books

Pages: 53


Wild For You is the fifth book in the Forever Wild Series. (This is a six part series with one book releasing every 3 weeks)

Things seem to be finally looking up for Valerie and Wes.
Valerie finally left her job and started a new company with two of her closest work friends and if that wasn’t enough of a stress reliever, she finally decided to let her true feelings show for Wes. And when they’re reciprocated everything seems to be falling in place for the girl that once thought that she’d never get anything right.
But there are secrets that Wes has been keeping from her that involve her former friends with benefits, Max Green, and when they come to the surface it could put an end to Mr. and Mrs. Wild.




I received this book via Netgalley for an honest review.

This is the fifth installment of the Forever Wild series. After this one there’s only one installment left.

My review is going to be rather short, so I apologize.

I was expecting a lot more and in the end it’s like with the other installments. Some things happen that could have, should have had deeper consequences, more of an impact on things and characters. It’s like the author takes the easy way out most often than not and without digging deep enough to make this story a true epic love story.

Valerie and Wes have a good chemistry, but the love is difficult to feel as a reader. At least, I have a hard time feeling it.

The plot itself is interesting and has a great potential, but I don’t think it’s exploited at its best. Again, that’s how I feel so I’m sure not many other readers feel the same.

The ending of this installment is a disappointment for me because it’s too predictable and too much like what we often see in the genre and in stories using the same kind of trope.

I hope the last installment will be a bit better, but it’s still a nice serial to read and light-hearted. That’s always a good point.

(I don’t know if it’s because I have a review copy, but I have seen a few typos in these installments.)


2.5 3


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