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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Jill Shalvis
Released: Dec 4, 2012
Series: Wilder Adventures #3
Published by Brava
Every time T.J. laid a hand on Harley, I was buzzing with excitement but countless times they were interrupted and it nearly caused me to go bald. There’s just something potent about that T.J. Wilder! ~ Under the Covers
The hero T.J. Wilder is a roughened outdoorsman with hot motorcycle and a sense of humor, a protective streak and the happy hands of a horny teenager . His green eyes are striking, causing you to melt into yourself and those six buddies he calls abs goes everywhere he does. All that is channeled into the Big Bad Wolf and T.J. turned out to be the cause of some of my wildest dreams! Let’s not forget the raw sex appeal that simply oozes from his pores. The guy is one sexy beast!
T.J. and Harley have known each other for most of their lives. As friends, they used to hang out with each other when they were younger. But after one night of too much alcohol and what seemed to be a lifetime to repressed emotions, Harley and T.J. share a night that either they can’t remember or one doesn’t want to remember.
Now older and supposedly wiser, Harley is experiencing some financial problems. A trek to study a rare coyote is the next thing on her agenda, but T.J. isn’t willing to let Harley go off alone without his professional guiding, especially when danger begins to reveals itself in a series of coyote deaths.
Meanwhile, Harley and T.J. try to come to terms with their shared pasts and how a future with each other would turn out. It isn’t easy and a lot of distractions stand in the way, but as with all of Shalvis’s books, true love always prevails!
There were a lot of cute moments in this book. Shalvis turns up the sexual tension in this book until it’s almost unbearable. Every time T.J. laid a hand on Harley, I was buzzing with excitement but countless times they were interrupted and it nearly caused me to go bald. There’s just something potent about that T.J. Wilder! Though not my favorite in the series (that still goes to Stone and his adorable fear of needles), I thoroughly enjoyed this book! Shalvis never fails to make me fall in love.
As the last book in the series, I’m super bummed to note that I’m almost caught up on all of Shalvis’s books. I’m not sure what series I should explore next! If you’re a Shalvis fan, let me know in the comments which series/book I should go for!
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