Monday, 8 May 2017

Get Wilde by Shelly Alexander

REVIEWED BY Joanne Swinney 

Get Wilde (A Checkmate Inc. Novel #3)Get Wilde by Shelly Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I think everyone should Get Wilde at least once in their life. Ethan Wilde will certainly entertain you with his hot as sin body, and smooth, dirty talking.
This was a fun and flirty shorter read than Shelly Alexander’s other Romance series, but still just as enjoyable.

If you have read any of other books in this Checkmate, Inc series you will know that Ethan is a friend of our loveable geeksters. Come to think of it if you haven’t read now is the time to download. Foreplay and Rookie Moves are on sale, plus you can download for free with Kindle unlimited. It’s a series that each book can be read as a standalone, but really where’s the fun in that? The guys in this series each deserve your special attention. They each play to win and Ethan is no different, he may not work in Checkmate, Inc but he’s had the grand tour and took some valuable advice on board.

I do believe Ethan has met his match when he bumps into a young lady called, Adeline. She’s feisty and funny. I love her instantly. I was giggling at her comebacks for a very shell shocked Mr Wilde.
Adeline has a ex douche from her past, there’s one in every state I’m sure. Maybe more than one, but she’s not one to let it stop her. Down on her luck she has an opportunity to save her business that she just can’t give up. Things are never as easy as we first think, where would the fun in that be? Ethan and Adeline end up working together, it’s a scenario that Ethan nor Adeline ever expected to be in, but they are both fighting for their own businesses so let the games begin.

I can’t wait to read more from this series. If you love quick wit, loveable characters, sexy and erotic romance then this is the book for you.

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