My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Two people meet in the last place they want to be. Is it destiny or a recipe for disaster? Riley Smith and Cooper Wilde are both ambitious and can't wait to leave the small town. I loved the fact that Savannah Young was able to create enough tension and romance on a page to slice through the strongest of nerves.
The theme for Wilde Riders is romance. Beneath the layers of discovery and charm, the more important issues include family life, priorities and deciding what is more important for the long-term. Savannah Young's writing is almost flawless. The only thing that kept the old cat man from giving her 5 stars was that I felt Riley seemed detached. They fell in love so fast, her character had no other to grow while Cooper was able to strengthen his character with interactions between him and his brothers.
Despite being near New York, I found it unique for the author to describe a small town. Between the gossip, a step back in style and manners, the reader is treated to a quirky love story that I hope is the beginning of a wonderful new series.
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