Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Review ~ There's Wild, Then There's You (The Wild Ones #3) by M. Leighton

He’s someone she can’t trust…

She’s someone he thinks he knows…

Violet Wilson is a wallflower. Shy, serious, and accident-prone, she’s got a bad habit of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. The night she’s forced to pose with her friend might just be the worst time of all—that’s when she meets Jet Blevins. She knows better than to get involved with someone like him, but he touches her in ways she never expected, neverwanted before.

On the outside, Jet is a typical rocker, an arrogant lead guitarist who unapologetically lives a wild lifestyle. But on the inside, he’s battling demons and using the stage to escape the troubles of his past and the addictions of his present. Until the night he sees Violet standing at the back of the room. She brings his life into focus. She knows his secrets. She’s the girl he can’t forget, and the one thing he craves more than his addiction.

But can they ever hope to have a future when their very foundation is nothing but lies?
The book starts out at a sex addict’s anonymous meeting, which is definitely a pretty original way to start a book. Violet is there to support her best friend Tia; however, Tia never shows up so without having any other explanation Violet claims to be a sex addict although she isn’t. Also present at this meeting is Jet, the lead singer of a rock band and a very typical rock star. Seeing the very beautiful, poised, and professional Violet, Jet becomes very intrigued and asks Violet to become his sponsor. Although he is also hiding something, which ends up blowing up in his face like lies typically do. Violet and Jet start out a friendship with definite flirtation and kind of dance around the idea of a relationship before they eventually fall into one.

I really enjoyed reading this book and thought it was a fun new adult read. If you are a fan of the genre I definitely recommend reading this one.
Disclosure: This book was provided to BBMoreB free of charge for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.

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