Shane wants it all. She wants marriage, kids, and the white picket fence.
She can't seem to find a guy to accept her for who she is. Instead of make-up and fake eyelashes, she is all about the adventure of skydiving, whitewater rafting, and anything between. Then she meets Mick. He's different from the rest. He isn't looking for a barbie to mold. Could he be the fairytale ending she has always looked for?
As a seal, Mick is always on the move. In and out of war zones, seeing the worst in the world. He promised himself that he would always say yes to the adventure. Always answer that call.
When his seal brother needs help at home, he goes to offer a hand. What he didn't expect was the feisty little thing running the family adventure business. Or the feelings she seems to invoke within him. Is he truly ready to slow down or are they destined for heartache?
Wild Hearts is set in the With Me in Seattle series created by Kristen Proby.
Shane is an independent woman, she can put the men in her town to shame; she wants is all like any other woman but finding the right guy is proving to be harder than she ever expected. When her brother’s Navy Bro Mick comes to visit and sparks begin to fly can they make it work or will 1 text send their HEA into tail spin.
I personally LOVED this story, I was a on point with the characters personalities and the chemistry was off the charts. I am looking forward too Kaylee’s story because the way they left it has me hanging!
Star Ratings; Plot: 5/5 Characters: 5/5 Heat: 5/5 Writing Style: 5/5 Overall: 5/5
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