In this second rousing tale in the Chiasson series, New York Times bestselling author Donna Grant delivers a scorching story about a woman running from her past and the only man who can save her.
ONE FAMILY TORN APART…
Ava Ledet has had a hard time forgiving her father for walking out on her to hunt the supernatural. When Ava returns to the bayous to visit a friend and attempt to gain some closure, she’s confronted by the ghosts of her past. Unfortunately, that’s not the only darkness descending upon her. An evil unlike anything she’s ever encountered has focused on her, and she’s forced to put her life in the hands of a handsome hunter if she’s to live another day.
Gorgeous, loyal Lincoln Chiasson always has his brothers’ backs, and when his cousin from New Orleans needs his help after being cursed by a Voodoo priestess, he’s among the first to offer assistance. Until he sets eyes on Ava. After that, protecting her becomes more important than anything. Or anyone. But can he win her trust – and her love – while keeping her safe from his family?
LITERAL ADDICTION’s Review of Wild Dream
Our Review by LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha - Chelle:
*copy gifted from the author in exchange for an honest review
Oh, they just keep getting better and better!
Being stuck outside on a 12x12 plot of land while running for your lives may not be the perfect first date, but it worked for Linc and Ava. Their story was dangerous, action packed, and chock full of yummy sexual tension.
I liked Ava's drive. She's a bit of a damaged daddy's girl, but she doesn't get whiny about it. She takes action and goes to get answers. And Lincoln is pure Alpha Male - he has heart, he has strength, he's courageous and kind and protective, but he's also got that bit of bad boy edge that makes you melt. The two of them together were fun. They danced around each other so well that by the time they finally gave into their desires, the tension was so thick it was like this massive reading relief. LOL
I really liked Vincent (the hero of Wild Fever), but Linc is totally my new book boyfriend! He can polish his Bowie knives around me any day. :)