One is new to love.
One is bad at love.
One denies love.
Twenty-one-year-old, foul-mouthed Olympian, Sullivan Meadows, just made a huge mistake. She told her bodyguards—her buddies, her pals—they could take her virginity. Words forever engrained in her brain.
Akara Kitsuwon & Banks Moretti are best friends, sworn to protect each other and their client Sullivan. But upon hearing her confession, their reactions aren’t what Sulli expects.
They’re all friends anyway.
Solid, good friends.
As the three embark on the road to Yellowstone, tension builds and close quarters leave no secrets behind. Feelings for her childhood friendship with Akara—that teasing, flirty leader—grow hotter, but so do her feelings for Banks, the rugged, heart-melting Marine.
While Sulli is out west to free-solo her dad’s old climbing routes, the only true destination the three of them are certain of is Yellowstone.
Love & romance are totally up in the air.
Wild Like Us is an MFM Romance and Book 8 in the Like Us Series.
talented. brilliant. incredible. amazing. show stopping. spectacular. never the same.
“We’re all just friends here.”
“Good friends,” Banks says.
“Really good friends,” Akara adds.
We love these really good friends 😌
This book was so fun and wonderful and made me laugh and cry!! When Krista and Becca say their book will be a rollercoaster with shocking moments, they always mean it. Pretty much all of the Like Us books have scenes that are so crazy and out there and probably over the top dramatic, and it’s always an adventure. This book definitely had a lot of it!!
The relationship between Sulli, Banks, and Akara just worked so well. I really don’t see how Akara ever would’ve come to terms with his feelings for Sulli without Banks. Once Akara finally accepted them and crossed that line with Sulli, it was such a good scene!!! I’ve always loved their friendship and how protective Akara is, and even though Akara sucked when he kept putting Sulli in the friend zone (because he lived so deeply in denial), when he finally let himself love Sulli and treat her how she always wanted and deserves, their relationship was even better.
And then there’s Sulli’s relationship with Banks!!! He really surprised me in this book, and I feel like he’s probably the most underrated character in this series. He’s such a giant lovable sweetheart, and I thought the scenes of him just holding and supporting Sulli were so wonderful. He sees her as this muscular, beautiful goddess of a woman and I’m obsessed. When he first kissed Sulli, I love what he said to her and again thought it was a really good scene between the two of them.
Once Sulli realized that she was about to find herself in some kind of a love triangle, I like how it was discussed and handled. These three really just work so well together and for them it all just seemed to fall into place and make sense!! Akara and Banks really love each other and have an intense friendship that adds so much to this poly relationship. Definitely looking forward to seeing how everyone will react, especially with how the book ended.
I thought that this book did a great job of focusing mainly on the main characters/relationship instead of including too much of the side characters which was definitely something that I felt there was too much of in Tangled Like Us. That being said, we still got to see the perfect amount of side characters!! I’m so happy we finally got tons of Meadows family content. Ryke and Daisy as parents is the best thing ever, and I didn’t realize how much I missed them until Ryke showed up running right beside his daughter and Daisy was right behind them in the car, waiting to support their daughter. Winona was also wonderful!!!! I love her relationship with her big sister. And also seeing Sulli and Beckett’s friendship begin to repair! Early on I wondered if Beckett would be the one to bring up the poly relationship as a bit of a hint towards what’s to come with him. I just really enjoyed seeing these two interacting from Sulli’s pov since their friendship has always been one of my favourites.
Overall I thoroughly enjoyed this book, as per usual, and when I wasn’t reading it, it was basically all I could think about. Really looking forward to reading these books for as long as they keep writing them!!!!