Book Review

CALL ME WILD
by Robin Kaye

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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Kaye’s latest is smart and entertaining, especially for contemporary romance fans who love athletics and healthy living. Jessie’s sporty persona adds an original spin to the typical female romance protagonist. (She even uses RT Book Reviews as a research source for her novel, so how can we not love her?) As the leading man, Fisher is more than hot, and his sexy bond with Jessie will keep readers glued until the last page. Fans of Kaye’s past work and contemporary romance readers alike will definitely enjoy their time with this novel.

Jessica (Jessie) James is a recently unemployed sports reporter who moves from the east coast to Boise, Idaho, with plans to become a romance novelist. Believing that true love is purely fictional, and not real, she sets out to research romance, true love and seduction. Shortly after arriving in town, Jessie meets Fisher Kincaid, a sexy and attractive sports medicine doctor she finds hard to resist. After rejecting his many attempts to win her heart, Jessie gives in when he offers himself up as a romantic “test subject” for her writing. It’s only then that Jessie may finally learn what true love and romance are all about. (SOURCEBOOKS, Aug., 352 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Sarah Eisenbraun

Publisher: SOURCEBOOKS

Published: August 2012

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