Review of Wild: Heaven Hill Generations Series Book Two, by Laramie Briscoe @LaramieBriscoe


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4 out of 5-stars

Addalynn “Addie” Blackfoot another Heaven Hill Princess, also the best friend of Tatum Walker. Her father is the VP of Heaven Hill and man that no one wants to cross. Addie was adopted by Tyler and Meredith Blackfoot at a very young age. Now that she is eighteen, she wonders who she is and where she belongs. Since her best friend Tatum has a boyfriend and they don’t talk or hang out like they used to she’s feeling very alone and out of place in her life. This is making her do things that she knows she is not supposed to, like going out to the new bar in town, Mayhem.

Wilder “Wild” Evans, a man who is trying to find a new path in life. Left his home state of Mississippi with the clothes on his back, a couple of changes in his saddle bags, a box with his grandfather’s ashes in, and his motorcycle. He has not path in life and ends up breaking down outside of Bowling Green, Kentucky. Feeling alone and out of place he contemplates what his next step will be when two men ride up on motorcycles and help him out. They end up doing more for him than anyone who has known him for years, with the exception of his grandfather.

This story was to heartbreaking, yet so beautiful. I was heartbroken when Addie and Wild were feeling so alone and trying to find their place in life, but it was so beautiful when they found each other and actually let their walls down and became a couple. I loved it.

I give this story a 4-star review and recommend it to readers who enjoy MC, women who skirt the rules in their lives to find their path, and stories of two broken souls being healed. I am so ready to read Fury. The ending to Wild has me on edge. It’s not a cliff-hanger, but it gives a glimpse into what where the story will lead next. I can’t wait!

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