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Publisher Description

Discover the magic of New York Times best seller Melissa Foster's writing, and see why millions have fallen in love with the Bradens and the rest of the Love in Bloom big-family romance collection. 

In Wild, Crazy Hearts...

High school teacher Brindle Montgomery and rancher Trace Jericho have been close friends forever and on-again off-again lovers for years. As rebellious as they are stubborn, they're both perfectly happy with their no-strings-attached hookups. But when Brindle returns from a trip to Paris with a baby bump, it sends Trace's wild, crazy heart into a frenzy - and Brindle is left wondering if she's made the biggest mistake of her life.

The Bradens & Montgomerys are part of New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Melissa Foster's Love in Bloom big-family romance collection. Love in Bloom novels feature alpha male heroes and sexy, empowered women. They're flawed, funny, passionate, and relatable to listeners who enjoy contemporary romance and women's fiction. These novels are written to stand alone or may be enjoyed as part of the larger series, so dive right into this fun, sexy romance.


"When it comes to contemporary romances with realistic characters, an emotional love story and smokin' hot sex, author Melissa Foster always delivers!" (The Romance Reviews)

"You can always rely on Melissa Foster to deliver a story that's fresh, emotional and entertaining. Make sure you have all night, because once you start you won't want to stop reading. Every book's a winner!" (New York Times best-selling author Brenda Novak)

"With her wonderful characters and resonating emotions, Melissa Foster is a must-read author!" (New York Times best seller J. Kenner)

Savannah Peachwood, Brian Pallino
hr min
June 12
Melissa Foster

Customer Reviews

lclarke1 ,

good book

This book of the series was an okay read for me. At first, I was not a fan of Brindle as a character as I felt she was a bit immature about how she handled her relationship with Trace as well as her impending parenthood. I was happy that in the end she got herself together, took responsibility for her role in her past relationship with Trace and worked on her relationship with him. I also was not in love with Trace as a character at first in that she handled his relationship with Brindle poorly as well but was able to sway my opinion by the end of the book when he too realized that their relationship was not functional and pushed for what he wanted out of the relationship. The pair definitely had chemistry together and their story moved along well. I enjoyed the return of the characters from the other series. The narration by Ms. Peachwood and Mr. Pallino was performed well and was enjoyable to listen to. I feel that they brought the story to life well. I look forward to seeing where this series goes next.