Review: Wild by Laramie Briscoe (Heaven Hill Generations #2)

Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Give Me Books Promotions.

Addalyn Blackfoot has a family that loves her, but there's a part of her that's missing, and it's led her to feel as if she doesn't quite belong. Maybe it's because she's adopted, and sure, there are people who will insist that she should want for nothing, not when she has parents who love her beyond measure, and an even bigger family in the form of the motorcycle club her father belongs to. And then Addie meets Wilder Evans in the most life-changing way possible--he steps in front of her just as the blade of a knife makes its way towards her. Wild knows what it's like to have life go in a completely different direction all of a sudden, but when his path crosses with that of Addie's, it's almost as if he's found a new home. But things soon change between them, and Addie ghosts him without rhyme or reason. He may have found a place he belongs in with the Heaven Hill MC, but he can't deny that there's no replacing what he felt when he was with Addie. When fate steps in and Addie and Wild meet again, Wild fully intends to fight for what he wants--and what Wild wants is to be with the girl he belongs to: Addie Blackfoot.

Addie and Wild's story is told in Wild, which is the second book in Laramie Briscoe's Heaven Hill Generations series. Most of the events here do follow the same timeline as those in the series starter, Hurricane, although you can pretty much both books independently of each other. However, if you've already read book one, then these two shouldn't be strangers to you. This was an overall good read, and I liked how Addie and Wild both seemed to be trying to find their place in the sun, and then realizing that they had family and home and, ultimately, each other. There wasn't a whole lot of unnecessary drama coming from either of them, although there was a fair bit of it coming from a supporting character who may or may not have been a main character in a previous novel. Yeah, the person I'm talking about isn't too difficult to figure out, but hey, she already had her time in the spotlight. While I have yet to read the original Heaven Hill series, this spin-off reads well enough on its own, although to be honest, this isn't my favorite Laramie Briscoe series--that continues to be Moonshine Task Force. I'm giving Wild four stars. ♥


Read my reviews for the Heaven Hill Generations series:

Hurricane (book one) - four stars - My Review

Wild (book two) - stars - My Review (posted above)


Release Date: 05 October 2018

Date Read: 03 October 2018

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