Love is full of bad clichés.
Falling for your boss.
The widowed dad and the nanny.
How did Darcy manage to find both of them in Ryder? His broken heart and wounded pride means he only sees her as an employee in his company and part-time caregiver for his son.
Until another cliché surprises them both: the old broken elevator trap.
Suddenly, the dark desire and overwhelming need to possess Darcy that he’s kept buried begins to break out. Can his perfectly ordered life survive discovering love again?
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Wild Embrace is book 11 in the Wilder Irish series by Mari Carr and a great addition to this series.
Up Next is Ryder and Darcy, he’s a single dad with a son to raise, works full-time and wants no entanglements. She wants love, a family and a future with Ryder…will fate and Darcy show Ryder the past is in the past and a new life and future awaits if he opens his heart…will they find their HEA?
A must read wild ride!
An age gap romance read with all the feels! The Collins family is back with Darcy’s story and it was more than I expected. Sizzling chemistry, heat level galore with a side of naughty that will melt your kindle makes for a must read new release. I love Ryder with Darcy, they made their romance journey so much more than love, it was finding themselves and bringing the missing element to make love so worth it. I cried, I screamed and I fell in love with this newest release that doesn’t disappoint in an amazing series that gets better and better.
I devoured Wild Embrace by author Mari Carr in one sitting and loved every minute of it. Darcy is a romantic at heart just like her grandfather, Pop Pop and believes in true love. She is very mature for being so young and I loved that she went after what she wanted. Darcy and Ryder had off the charts chemistry as well as trust and I loved how she got Ryder to start living and loving again. The Collins are one fun loving family and I always enjoy spending time with them. Another wonderful story in the Wilder Irish series and I recommend this book.