Image of Wild Thing


Image of Wild Thing

For those who have read other Kaye books, a few characters and backstories will be familiar. Although the humor is forced at times and the love story moves from 0 to 60, which may give readers whiplash, the story of the mountain man and the city girl who loves him is an enjoyable ride.

Wilderness guide Hunter Kincaid and his siblings are escorting a group of models through the mountains of Idaho. But it’s not the models that catch Hunter’s eye, it’s the agency manager, Toni Russo. She’s a city girl with a serious phobia of anything natural, from the woods to the mountains. With Hunter’s patience and help, she begins to see the beauty in the wildness of the country and the advantages of loving a mountain man. It’s a case of opposites attract, but they may not be as different as they imagine. They both work with at-risk youth, would kill for a good cup of coffee and, most importantly, fell in love at first sight. (SOURCEBOOKS, Dec., 384 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
M.H. Morrison