BOOK REVIEW FOR “CALL ME WILD” BY ROBIN KAYE

Product DetailsJessie James is an out of work sports writer and she believes she can write a romance novel, so she heads to Idaho in hopes of writing one. She arrives at the house that she has borrowed and starts her research.

Fisher Kincaid a sports doctor,  notices Jessie right away, in this small town any Easterner would stick out like a sore thumb. They keep bumping into each other every where they go and Jessie thinks she has her own personal  stalker.  Fisher convinces Jessie that he is not stalking her and that in a small town  they are bound to run into each other. He also convinces her that he would be the perfect candidate to help her research the love scenes for her romance book.

When things go wrong he has to try to penetrate the barriers and get to her heart and prove that he loves her. This book was a really fun read. It  was fun and had it’s really good moments, especially when she thought she lived with his mother.

I give it a 4/5 stars. All of Robyn Kaye’s books are always a joy to read.

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