Tuesday, July 31, 2012

ARC Review: Call Me Wild [Mass Market Paperback]

I've finished "Call Me Wild" the 3rd book in her Kincaid series by Robin Kaye.

Product Description

She doesn't know a single thing about relationships ...

Unemployed sportswriter Jessie James plans to make a killing writing a bestselling romance novel. She's never read one, but really, how hard can it be? Moving cross–country to a borrowed house in Idaho, Jessie starts her research with the first gorgeous guy she runs into ...

Luckily, he knows everything ...

Sports doctor Fisher Kincaid notices Jessie right away — the transplanted Easterner sticks out like a sore thumb in the small town. When he discovers she's researching attraction and romance, he graciously offers himself as a test subject. That's when everything starts to go wrong, and they both find out how much they need a few good lessons in love ...

About the Author

Robin Kaye is a professional writer and winner of the Romance Writers of America Golden Heart award for her first novel, Romeo, Romeo. Her romantic comedies feature sexy, nurturing heroes and feisty, independent heroines. She lives with her husband and three children in Mt. Airy, Maryland.

Product Details
Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (August 7, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1402257333
ISBN-13: 978-1402257339

My Review:

Jessie James is a currently unemployed sportswriter who plans to write a best selling romantic suspense book.  She's has never read one though and she is hoping to get some experience by researching with the first gorgeous guy that catches her eye "Fisher Kincaid".

Fisher Kincaid is a sports doctor who is instantly attracted to Jessie James and he volunteers himself when he finds out she is researching about attraction and romance.  Along the way it hits him over the head he has fallen in love with this spunky and snarky woman.

I didn't really like how Jessie was treating Fisher even after we found out why she treats guys that way.  That really isn't an excuse to treat every guy that way - not all of them are jerks.  The love scenes were smoking hot and steamy and I wish there were a little more.  I really like how she has a close friendship with her best friend Andrew and asks for his opinion on things.

Fisher was a great guy you would love to bring home to meet your parents.  He's very caring, devoted, loyal, family oriented, close to his family and knows how to treat a woman.


Thanks Sourcebooks for sending me this ARC to review, greatly appreciated!

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