How did things ever get to be so difficult?
Nearly eight years of marriage.
Hectic careers and major life choices.
Throw in sexual frustration, doubts, insecurities and one wild man not completely tamed by society, and you have a Christmas that’s bound to get out of control. Zacharias Easton will show you just how uncivilized love can be.
** Love: Uncivilized is a follow up novella to the book, Uncivilized. While it can be read as a stand alone, it is best appreciated after having read Uncivilized first.
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I love these characters, Zach and Moira! Your words paint such a beautiful picture of their love, frustration, happiness, and all the joys of family work and marriage. All that and their devotion to each other. I love to get lost in the story!!!
Totally amazing Follow up!!
I have loved reading Sawyer's books!! I was so excited to get this follow up to Uncivilized! I actually read Uncivilized again before reading this just to enjoy the full effect of the new story!
Great HEA read!
Zach and Moira are back! If you read Uncivilized, you'll have a a continued peak into the lives of favorite characters eight years later. Never read? Never fear. Sawyer Bennett has crafted a novella that is a complete story without feeling like you 'have to' read the first book. However, I strongly recommend you read Uncivilized as its a wild storyline with lots and lots of a uncivilized man.
After I finish a book where I've fallen in love with both main characters, I often wonder - what happened after their HEA? Did they stay? Did they have kids? Do they still love each other like they did? Here the reader gets a peek into fast forward eight years in a committed relationship. Ms. Bennett gives the reader a real story. You love each other but you get comfortable. You expect your partner to be there. But what if just 'being there' isn't enough? We get a view of alternating POV where making our significant other Number One isn't always easy.
I absolutely loved this novella. I felt like I read through a complete story start to finish. I really appreciated that the author wove the story where reading or re-reading the original story wasn't a necessity. But, do yourself a favor, if you haven't, read Uncivilized too.