Too Wilde to Tame (Wilde Security #5)

Author: Tonya Burrows

Publisher: Entangled

Rating: 4.5 stars

Buy Links: Amazon 

Type: Novel in Series 

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Blurb: For three years, ballet teacher Natalie Taggart has lived across the hall from grumpy, reclusive, sexy Greer Wilde. Save for a handful of hellos and the occasional heated glance, they never spoke to each other. 

Until the morning Greer lands on her doorstep, bleeding, beaten, and bullet-riddled. 

Greer doesn’t need or want her help. He has only one goal: revenge. And nobody—not his brothers, and certainly not his too-hot-for-his-sanity next-door neighbor—is going to get in his way.


Review: I was really excited for this book because I’d read the previous ones and just couldn’t wait for Greer’s story. He was such a mystery–disappearing all the time, showing up injured, and never ever saying what he was doing. You never knew where he was, and his very infrequent phone calls to his brothers never gave away his location. With all the crazy things happening to the other brothers, a disturbing trend was starting to appear, and when Greer showed up, beaten and shot…

Natalie had noticed her neighbor always coming and going, and even though he was really hot, he was trouble with a capital T. When his brother Reece showed up looking for him, though, it was easy to get pulled into his story and offer to help watch for him.

Greer was injured from the operation in Syria and he’d lost his friend Dustin Williamson in the explosion that should have killed them both. Just being alive was a miracle, but Greer took it as a sign that life was short. If he was really going to get revenge on the man who’d killed his parents, now was the time.

The suspense was blended with personal details and interaction between the five brothers in this series, and with Greer’s love interest Natalie. It was a pivotal novel for the main character as he came to terms with not only the past but whether or not he felt like he deserved a happily ever after of his own. Great book, I recommend it and the whole series as well. Thanks!

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