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  • a brewing four-star read

    Wild Love by Meg Benjamin a brewing four-star read. This was sweet and romantic and had plenty of flavour, this was my first read by this author but it wont be the last as I enjoyed the writing, so will be going back to read the other stories in the Brewing Love series as if they are as good as this one I am sure I will enjoy them, I should note that they truly are stand-alone’s in the series as I haven’t read any of them and didn’t feel lost. Peaches and Colin both have great stories and they will make you care about them; Colin will surprise you with how much you care for the bad boy and get his story. Overall this was lovely and well done, it just took a little while to get going, if the whole thing was written with the pace of the last half it would have been five-stars.

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  • A wonderfully sweet romance.

    Wild Love was a wonderfully sweet, well written, nicely paced romance. That had me engaged throughout thanks to a storyline that was more involved than I anticipated and characters who were well-rounded, likable, and interesting. And with an easy romance, no drama and just a touch of emotion, I found it very enjoyable to read, and I would happily recommend it to others. **I was kindly provided an ARC via Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review**

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  • Made me smile

    I enjoyed this romance and found myself smiling while reading it. Peaches, a local chef, meets Colin, a bad boy with lots of wrongs to make up for, when he first strolls into town. She is drawn to him, but knows to beware of pretty boys. Colin feels the same tug, but his life is a disaster and he has nothing to offer to a woman and can't even take care of himself. The push/pull between the characters as their romance developed was entertaining, sweet, and just a bit sexy. I really liked the individual stories that each of the characters were facing independently, but yet intertwined. If you enjoy the genre, you will want to add this to your TBR list. I'm giving this one four stars, but only because it felt like the story lagged at times

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  • Okay read

    While the storyline was interesting and well written, I just didn’t feel a lot of chemistry between Colin and Peaches ( that name, too, wasn’t doing it for me. I rarely have an aversion to names but I have a big time one with Peaches). Having not read either of the preceding books in the series, I was slightly confused as to Bec’s witchiness towards Colin. I mean, I understand some hurt and anger, but I’m wondering how their relationship was described in her book. Either way, Wild Love can be read as a stand-alone. The elements for a great romance were there, but it wasn’t a great romance to this reader.

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  • Great ending to series, sweet romance

    I can always count on Meg Benjamin for a smart, sweet romance featuring likable characters who act like adults and who actually like each other and have a real connection. This book is my favorite in the series and a great end to it. In the previous books, Colin was always a mystery. The way he just left town and left Bec and Liam holding the bag with no explanation left a huge hole in their lives both personal and professional, and they had to really scramble to fix it. Consequently, when he finally returns, their anger and disappointment is palpable and justified. Colin knows he screwed up big time, but because he IS a decent guy, he owns his mistake and is willing to do what he can, within reason, to make amends for it. Meeting Peaches when he first returns is the one bright spot in his life. She's everything fresh and cheerful and there is an immediate mutual attraction between them, but what I really liked was that they developed a friendship, not just a romantic relationship. They were genuinely nice and respectful toward each other and it felt like their relationship had a good foundation for the future. There's a bit of melancholy underlying this story due to Colin's actions in the past and his attempts to make amends in the present, but by the end of the book, there is a sense of relief and hopefulness that he has righted all of his relationships with the other people in Antero and can move forward. As for Peaches, she's also on a good, hopeful path toward getting what she wants in life (romantically and professionally) and the book ends on a high note for both of them. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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