Mercury "Merc" Watson
Not your average boy next door
Hot stud, indie music fan, dirty mechanic
With a panty-melting grin
And eyes that hide dark secrets…
I've often seen him on campus as I run from class to class
Girls flock around him all the time
He's too hot for words. Tall, muscular, handsome.
Also distant, arrogant, in a trajectory so far from mine I can't hope to touch him
Maybe it's for the best.
I've sworn off men, you see. For good.
Until one day he asks me out.
Woo baby, right?
Only he thinks I'm my twin sister.
Then he admits that behind the golden façade he hides a dark secret and….
I need to know what it is. Solve the riddle.
Without losing my heart to him.
Easier said than done.
* Standalone contemporary romance novel in the Wild Men series *
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I LOVED THIS BOOK SO HARD! I love this series so much, but this one was even better. This story definitely was different than the others. Yes, it was still a love story, but it was darker and deeper. Just dark enough to really captivate me! I loved Merc throughout this whole series and I couldn't wait to finally see more of him.
I really adored everything about Merc and Cosima. I loved how they met and how they began their relationship, it was so admirable! She just seemed so perfect for him and they really seemed at home with each other. She brought a nice calm to his life. Then of course we got to see more if his family, which I love. I think it's great how close they all are, and Cos seemed to fit in great. There were so many little moments between Merc and Cos and with the family that I couldn't help but say aw.
Now for the darker parts, this really captivated me. I couldn't wait to keep reading when I had to stop, I even had dreams wondering what might happen next. The dark parts were so crazy and such a big part of this story. This really took this story on a different level from the others. The others weren't all sunshine and rainbows, but this story took on a much darker tone. It was a nice step out of the box from their story. I'm really curious to see what Jo might come with next and if we will see more from the family