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Wild Like Us

By: Krista Ritchie,Becca Ritchie
Narrated by: Carly Robins,Aaron Shedlock,Vikas Adam
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Publisher's Summary

One is new to love.
One is bad at love.
One denies love.

Twenty-one-year-old, foul-mouthed Olympian Sullivan Meadows just made a huge mistake. She told her bodyguards - her buddies, her pals - they could take her virginity. Words forever engrained in her brain. 

And theirs. 

Akara Kitsuwon and Banks Moretti are best friends, sworn to protect each other and their client Sullivan. But upon hearing her confession, their reactions aren’t what Sulli expects. 

They’re all friends anyway. 

Just friends. 

Solid, good friends. 

Right? 

As the three embark on the road to Yellowstone, tension builds and close quarters leave no secrets behind. Feelings for her childhood friendship with Akara - that teasing, flirty leader - grow hotter, but so do her feelings for Banks, the rugged, heart-melting Marine. 

While Sulli is out west to free-solo her dad’s old climbing routes, the only true destination the three of them are certain of is Yellowstone

Love and romance are totally up in the air. 

©2020 K.B. Ritchie (P)2021 Audible, Inc.

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They all win!!

First, I want to say that I really enjoyed the narrations!

Second, I knew that Sulli would be in a triad relationship, I just didn't know who it was going to be with. Years ago when I was reading the Lovers Like Us, Sulli seemed awfully chummy with both her bodyguard, Akara, and Jack Highland who was part of the docuseries. I was assured by many other fans of this series that Sulli was too self-conscious or shy to engage in a menage relationship and as it was Jack was destined for someone else. So, a few years later, guess what, she does fall for two men and I just knew she had it in her. And good for her.

I am so not a fan of love triangles, unless the series goes on to make sure the person who lost got their happy ending too. I hate seeing someone hurt and it not be rectified. I knew that the authors were planning the pairing of Akara, Sulli, and Banks Moretti, a fellow bodyguard before reading the books, thank goodness, or it would have killed me watching her trying to choose one of them.

Now I will be honest, I kind of like triad romances in which all of the partners interact and fall in love, and I don't think Akara and Banks are interested in each others bodies, but this book showed the real love and respect that they have for each other. They are invested in each other being happy with their romance as they are with Sulli being happy. I dig that a lot. I can't wait to see where these three go from here, especially as Sulli has just revealed the truth to the first person outside of the three of them. Eek!!

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LOVED

OH MY FREAKING GOD!
Cliffhanger MUCH?!!!
I am so in love with Banks, Akara, and Sulli together. The way their relationship developed and transformed, how even Banks and Akara’s relationship deepened and grew. Sulli’s inexperience but also her strength and tenacity was admirable. Seeing her grown into a confident and assertive woman was simply wonderful.
I will not get over the cliffhanger, but May is just around the corner, I won’t be waiting for the audio, I need the book ASAP! Plus, SEXY!
Also, Beck is perfect, and Luna and Paul need their book as soon as possible!
Loved loved loved!

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OMG!!!! MAJOR CLIFFHANGER!! 😭😭😭

WAIT BEFORE YOU BUY AND LET ME TELL YOU WHY!!!

I’ve been in love with these families for years and years now so I’m so so happy it’s finally Sulli’s turn to find her own way. For me I get terrible migraines from reading paper or digital books so I always listen. This has such a HUGE cliff hanger that I could not wait for it come out on audible I had to know what was happening so got the next book and it gave me a migraine that lasted 3 days and now I’m dying for 10.21.21 to finish Sulli’s journey. So, this is why I say wait if you can. Also, no clue why or when book 9 will be in audio form (released on 5.28.21; currently 6.27.21) plus then no telling how long the wait for book 10 will be.

I’m also the type of person that wishes authors released entire series at one time or at least a book a week from the series. Especially when the series is this in depth going all the way back to the Addicted Series.

You CANNOT be disappointed with this book or any of the books from the Like Us Series or the Addicted and Callaway Sisters Series about the parents!! 😁😁😁

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The story we were waiting for...

Krista and Becca continue to weave magic on pages/audible. I love the Like Us world. Silly’s story is amazing and very much reminiscent of her mother and father’s story, yet completely different. I can’t wait for the next part of this family saga.

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Good God, Soooo Repetitive, Soooo Vanilla

I'm not even sure what to say about this book. It's pretty ridiculous. and again...repetative. I'm thinking that these two authors might want to do some research on those in an actual three way relationship at the very least watch a little porn just to get an idea. Their "togetherness" actually put me to sleep. The only thing that really held my interest was Morretti's health. The best thing about this book was the narration. All three narrator's did a great job. Huge fan of Aaron Shedlock.

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great story

I enjoyed her vulnerability and their experience. Ready for the continuation. Lucky lady for sure.

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Great continuation of KBR books!

I throughly enjoyed this book and the series! Love getting into story with Banks and Akara

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Great ...but reservations

4.5 stars!
Obviously, since this is book no. 8 in a series and I’m still here for it, I’m a dedicated fan.
And the narration was overall very good. The narrator that did Akara had a tendency to sound overly dramatic at times, but is was still ok.

However, I have reservations. So, so, so many reservations.
But first, the good things.

Apart from high-quality everything (writing, story-telling, world-building, characters and yada yada), what I most adore about the series and this book, is the way fame is depicted. It’s not glitz and glamour, private jets and extravagant living which is pretty much standard in every other “millionaire story”. Although – obviously – the famous ones are financially independent. No, instead it’s all the negative aspects of fame. The lack of privacy. The media and paparazzi. The inability to go out in public without being faced with strangers who act like jerks, thinking they have the right to Sully in this case. A right to say whatever to her as if she wasn’t a person. That because she’s famous, basic human decency is forgotten and they have the right to heckle and assault.
It’s bloody brilliant.

But, now to the main two sources of my conflicted feelings about Wild Like Us.

First, the issue of Sully’s virginity. The entire book is totally obsessed about the fact that she hasn’t yet had penetrative s*x. With a person that is. It’s something she talks about, not only with her bodyguards – before they’ve started dating – but her family as well. Even her parents. I mean, really, she’s an adult. That topic of conversation shouldn’t ever come up. And the way they’re talking about it. She’s talking about someone “taking her virginity” this and “taking her virginity” that. It’s like it’s the 17th century or something. I found it embarrassingly antiquated and sexist to be honest.

And then, even though it’s revealed early on that she had used toys in the past, she still bleeds when they finally get it on. I mean, come on! It just made me even more angry. Because of course she has a virginity seal that only a real, live D can penetrate. So antiquated indeed.

Then, the budding relationship between Sully and both Akara and Banks. It’s just so unbalanced. Everything is about Sully. All three of them have their own POVs, but the focus is still entirely on her, and she seems okay with that. Like Akara and Banks are there to serve her, even in the situations that are clearly private and separate from their duties as bodyguards. Sure, those lines are blurry considering they’re her 24-7 security. But still. It makes Sully appear extremely selfish.

Also, since Banks and Akara aren’t interested in each other romantically, the imbalance gets even more pronounced. Because there’s no way around the fact that both of them would have preferred having Sully for themselves if only they could do so without hurting the other. So they compromise in order to have her. Only Sully gets everything. It’s disconcerting in its inequality.
Meaning, in my opinion, the story would have been waaay better if all three of them were actually involved with the other two in a romantic capacity.

When I’m re-reading what I’ve just wrote it’s kind of difficult to understand why I even liked this story. Because I did- I was completely swept away, and I’ve already started on the sequel Fearless Like Us. Guess I’m just complex like that. 😉

Because despite everything, I can only say: Highly recommend!

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Three POVs and Three perfect narrators

I was amazed with how great this audiobook was. I have come to expect great audiobooks from the Like Us series, and Maximoff and Farrows books were my favorite.

Until now.

I had already read the book, but was super excited to hear the audiobook performance and I was blown away. These three did such an amazing bringing this story to life. I can't say enough good things about it.

There aren't many series that I consistently read the ebook and listen to the audio for every book. This is one that I always get both and it is 100000% worth it.

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Wowza

That was literally edge of the seat with the emotions, excitement, sexiness, just overall another awesome romance played out by the skillful Ritchies.