March 13, 2020 1 min to read

Review: Wild Heart by Autumn Archer and Britney Bell

Category : Reviews

Synopsis:
He’s country… she’s city.
She’s Northern Irish glam… he’s Texan cowboy.

Summer Brady has partied hard for the last time. After countless warnings, her mother intervenes.
Learn a life lesson, Summer.
Get a job, Summer.
Earn your own money, Summer.
Survive in the middle of nowhere… Heartville, TX.
A tall, muscular, hot as hell rancher was not part of her mother’s plan, even if the handsome cowboy denies their electric connection.

Hayden Taylor is perfectly happy being single after his last failed relationship. Wild Heart Ranch needs all his attention, not the pretty Northern Irish woman his father hired to clean their house. She’s temptation wrapped up in tight jeans and a sexy accent. But she’s a temporary addition to the ranch, and his life. The clock is ticking until she flies back home.

Is home where the heart is…

Will an ocean keep them apart, or will true hearts win?

You will love this sexy romcom with plenty of steam because true hearts always find a way to be together.

Grab it now.

Can be read as a standalone. No cliffhangers.

My Review:
Title: Wild Heart
Author: Autumn Archer, Brittney Bell
Format: ebook
Genre: Romance Country, opposites, small town
Standalone: yes
Book 1 of the My Tree Heart series
POV: Summer and Hayden
Steam Level: Slow burn to steamy
5/5

What a cute story! Summer and Hayden are opposites and complimentary. The push and pull, both internal and external, are written well without a ton of drama and angst but also enough that you root for them. Wild Heart is a wonderful first book to a great new series. I can’t wait to read Clay’s book next.

I received this book for free from the author. This is my honest and voluntary review.

Favorite Quotes:

  • That kiss was laced with heartache and forever.
  • This woman could cough, and I’d find it sexy.
  • I fall deeper and deeper into the idea of forever.
  • Not everything desirable is perfect.

Click Here to buy Wild Heart by Autumn Archer and Britney Bell

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