Wilde Blue

Susan Hayes
Wilde Blue
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Evernight Publishing
Release Date
September 2015
Book 4 of Wilde Brothers
Erotic Romance, Romantic Suspense/Mystery

Dani Moore barely escaped her abusive marriage. Six years later, she just wants to raise her little girl in peace. When she learns that her ex-husband is out on early parole, she goes into hiding, adopting a new name and starting a new life far away from the man who tried to kill her.

Detective David Wilde learned the hard way that romance and police work don't mix, at least not for him. Since his divorce, he's kept his heart closed off and his focus on the job. For Dave, being a cop isn't only a career, it's a way of life that defines every choice he makes…until he meets Dani.

Hired as the new cook at his family's bar and grill, Dani's a sweet and sexy package that brings light and color back into Dave's life. When that light is threatened by Dani's past, Dave will do whatever it takes to protect what's his.

Can two battle-scarred hearts find the strength to love again, or will an act of revenge destroy their future before they've even begun?

Book Review by tangie (reviewer)
Oct 24, 2015   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
231 people found the following review helpful
Dani's worse nightmare has become a reality. The man she and her daughter barely survived an encounter with has been released. Worse yet, the authorities failed to give her a heads up. Can she do what is necessary to protect her daughter? Will they be able to disappear and leave the pain behind?

WILDE BLUE by Susan Hayes is fourth in the Wilde Brothers Series. I hadn't read prior books in this series but that fact did not hinder my enjoyment of this story. I loved Dani. She is a survivor. Her ex nearly killed not only her but also her daughter. So when he tries to remove her daughter from school upon his release from jail, Dani knows that drastic measures must be taken. She is strong enough to do what is necessary even if the results are painful. She has a wonderful support system and we see that that is a necessary component of her success.

I adored the Wilde family. They were supportive and real. I would thoroughly enjoy sitting at their pub and shooting the shit with them. The entire family felt authentic. And even as David fought his family' good intentions, he found himself taken by the new person amidst the family. I loved how it was a child's innocence that began thawing the ice around this alpha male's heart. Ms. Hayes does a wonderful job of drawing me into not only this story but this family. I laughed at the antics, applauded their loyalty and wished fervently that I could be a part of their world. And for a short time, Ms. Hayes allowed me to become an honorary member of the Wilde family.

I can't wait to see where it all began but I can honestly say you will not be disappointed with this story.
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