She never thought she’d see him again…a second chance sports romance in The Wild Men Series by USA Today Bestselling author Melissa Belle.
Colton Wild isn’t just the famous football player everyone sees on their television screen.
I met Colton one summer vacation when we lined up on opposite sides of a flag football field. He was the cocky kid with clear blue eyes and a constant smirk. When he picked me up over his shoulder and ran with me the length of the field, I wanted to hate him.
But somehow we were the last two left around the campfire that night. We talked for hours under the stars. And when he kissed me, I didn’t want him to stop.
The next morning, I left. I thought I’d never see him again.
And for ten years, I didn’t.
Sky Rosewood was the one that got away, the fiery redhead with a temper to match.
It felt like way more than a teenage crush, but what did I know back then? Plus, she gave me a fake phone number. I tried everything to find her, but it was like she’d disappeared into the ethers.
Ten years later, I’m out for my morning beach run and I crash into…Sky Rosewood, just before she gets knocked out by an errant wave. I try to be a gentleman and give her mouth to mouth, but she comes to and tells me off, her temper still intact. And so is my crush.
Except now Sky’s a woman. A beautiful woman who agrees to give me the right number this time.
I’ve got my second chance with the woman I never forgot, and there’s no way I’m letting her get away again.
Turns out I shouldn’t have been so cocky…
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It was an interesting book. The storyline was good but a little bare on the details at times. The characters themselves were good which is one of the reasons I gave it four stars. The story itself could have been written a bit better.
This is a great read had trouble putting it down. I’m ready to read the rest of the books in this series. Not my normal type of read but a great great love story that has you wanting more.
Kept hoping it would get better. Writing was poor and the main character was annoying.