There’s never a dull moment while working at Streebston Correctional Facility.
The fleeting glances I share with Halder Rane are my favorite part of the job.
But he’s an inmate and completely off-limits.
After he’s released early, I never expect to see Halder again.
I should know better than to assume.
By some cruel twist of fate, we wake beside each other in the middle of a snowy forest.
Stranded and alone.
He might be a complete stranger, but my survival depends on him.
Halder has a lot of explaining to do.
But first, we need to find a way out of the wilderness.
“I’ve never been much, but I want to be the best for you.”
Title: Into the Wild
Author: Harloe Rae
Part of a Series: no
POV: Halder and Blakey
Steam Level: slow burn to steamy
Left for Wild is another winner for Harloe Rae. I loved the smart banter and building tension. I liked that Halder and Blakey were solid and only external sources were what tested their limits. This book had is all: humor, suspense and steam. Left for Wild is another amazing read from an amazing author.
- Weakness is only created when given the opportunity to grow.
- This woman is the type of trouble that wars begin over.
- There’s always a choice. Never reveal which one is forced.
- That guy needs to bang. Do him a solid favor by volunteering. You’ll be paying it forward or whatever
- The concept of safety cannot be defined by the masses.
- Having the skill is useless without the power of execution.
- I bet he has the kind of ass that fills a pair of faded jeans better than a Levi’s commercial. Those muscular globes would bounce a quarter to the moon.
- Being useful gives me a sense of pride when control has been robbed.”
- “I’ve never been much, but I want to be the best for you.”
- Something about your life being stolen robs a lot more than time.
- Mean-spirited people won’t ever have true happiness, and they’re jealous of those that do. They won’t stop ripping and shredding others down until a thread comes loose or something gives.
- The journey is dull without a few surprises, which always seem to arise at the most likely curve.
- My need for her rivals a savage beast in the wild, hunting for his mate under the glow of the moon beyond conceivable reason.
- I’m not a barbarian, but she makes me feel capable of razing down any man who dares to look at her.
- You’re my purpose.
- There’s no doubt I look like a fool in love. I bet it brings out the color of my eyes.
- He’s the essential piece I didn’t realize was needed, or missing for that matter.
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