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  • Good read

    Mixed feelings on this one. It's as expected a wonderfully crafted story with great characters. There's plenty of steamy sexy times and chemistry between Lane and Delilah that is off the charts. I've fallen in love with Wildwood and the Gallagher men and perhaps my expectations were too high for this one. Lane Gallagher is deliciously yummy but I found his reason for never acting on his attraction to Delilah a bit juvenile. The fact that she once dated his brother, way back in high school, may have been a valid reason not to date then but as the years passed a simple conversation with the brother could have cleared his way to her. Luckily Delilah has had enough of waiting for him! A very good read I just wish it had a bit more bite to it! Still it's a book I would recommend.

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  • Too little, too late...

    ARC Review: Smolder (Wildwood) by Karen Erickson I have been looking forward to Delilah and Lane's romance since introduced to them in Ignite. Was anxious to see where all that kinetic energy would lead. Smolder was on my to be read list the minute I found out about it. Finally the answers were within my reach. Would Lane and Delilah give in to temptation? What's standing in the way? All that frustration had to lead somewhere. I am disappointed to say that for me the obsession fizzled quickly. Lane still couldn't make up his mind and though he eventually confronted his feelings of wariness, as more of his backstory was revealed it came too little to late. Like a song stuck on repeat is how Smolder read to me. There were some heated moments but in the end it fell short.

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