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How steamy is it? Sizzling

Publisher's Summary

Ryder is hiding a dark secret from her coworkers at Midnight Liaisons. Every time she's sexually attracted to a man, her dragon side breaks through. Not exactly man-bait! But she needs to lose her virginity before her 25th birthday or she'll become a dragon forever. Her solution? Big, hunky Hugh, the appointed guardian of her chastity. He's clearly hot for her, but he has powerful reasons to resist Ryder. Can temptation - and love - possibly find a way?

©2014 Jessica Sims (P)2015 Tantor

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Best Urban Fantasy I've read/heard in ages!

Would you consider the audio edition of Wanted: Wild Thing to be better than the print version?

Haven't read it. Only listened.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Wanted: Wild Thing?

Each time Jessica Sims explains the bafflement of someone trying to learn new tech, I actually busted out laughing. Poor Coffee Maker.

Which scene was your favorite?

"I HAVE PIZZA!" No desire to spoil the story for anyone else but if you read/listen you will understand immediately.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

I HAVE PIZZA

Any additional comments?

I waited ages for this book to come out. I was very curious about Ryder since she was mentioned in Marie's story and this was no disappointment. My only complaint was the 20 minutes of sexy talk I didn't feel like listening to.

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  • Jacqui
  • United States
  • 11-23-15

Jessica and Leah do it again!

I love this series! Leah does a fantastic job with all the different voices. She has stayed true to each character which makes it a fun listen. I can't wait for more fun!

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Sad to see the series end.

I am so sad to see this series end. I feel like there are so many characters left for which stories could be told, such as other Russells, specifically Savannah and Conner. I would really like to know what happens between them as it is clear in this book that the two aren't in the clear just yet. I'd also love to hear the stories of some of the primordials that now exist in the human world. Needless to say, I'm very disappointed that this is the last book in the series.

There were times that this book had me laughing out loud, largely because of the primordials' reactions to things in the human world and their resulting behavior. The way they perceive and interpret some things is quite amusing indeed (such as pizza delivery). It seems that when faced with a new object or substance, the first thing is to kick and or take a bite to determine if it's edible. This being said, some of the things they do end up eating (like toothpaste and lipstick) are most definitely not food.

The narrator did an excellent job with making unique and distinguished voices, both male and female, for the various characters.

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Story had promise.....

Plot sounded good....then I heard the narrator. Sicky sweet “southern” accent was awful, at best mildly annoying, at worst grating. It emphasized a weak heroine who had a wishbone in place of a backbone.
Thanks Romance Package or I would have regretted purchasing this one.

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Arrrghh

I’ve liked all of the books in this series so far but I just can’t listen to this one long enough to find out if I like it or not!! The main female character is given a high pitched backwoods southern voice which is accomplishing a headache so I am done with this book