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Title: Wicked Wild Fantasies

Author: Shiloh Walker

Series: Connected

Book: #2

Genre: Adult Fiction, Romance, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Adult

Publisher: Smashwords Edition

Published: Aug 31st 2015

Goodreads Rating: 3.75

My Rating: 3/5

“ARC given for an honest review”

Always the wallflower, Alison Ryan is used to being ignored and pushed around. Everybody takes her for granted, even the strung-out would-be mugger who tried to steal her purse late one night. She can’t say who was more surprised when she stood up to him…the mugger, herself…or Detective Alex O’Malley, her brother’s best friend and the man she’s loved for most of her life.
When a little bit of comforting goes sideways, Ali ends up living out one of her most hidden fantasies, having Alex’s mouth on hers, his hands sliding all over her body.
The last thing Alex O’Malley expected was to wake up and find himself wrapped around his best friend’s baby sister. He’d just been trying to be a friend and he wakes up in wonderland. Before he could get his head wrapped around what’s going on, though, his mouth gets him in trouble and Alison takes off. Plagued by guilt and a need that just won’t quit, he keeps away from her.
When life has them crashing back together, Alex can hardly believe his eyes. The shy mouse who used to pretend she wasn’t staring at him is gone and in her place is a strong, sexy confident woman who isn’t afraid to take her life—and her needs—into her own hands.
Determined to convince her to give him a chance, Alex sets out to make her understand that he is the one man who can make all her wicked, wild fantasies come true.

First Sentences

It’s weird, the way a woman can go her whole life without ever really seeing herself.

My Thoughts

If you want a quick hot read you won’t need to look far from this book. It’s short and full of steamy scenes. I enjoyed the quick read and loved the spicy hot dominant cop who liked to have control in the bedroom story. But I felt that Ali’s change of personality was too fast and it almost didn’t seem very real. But it would have needed more towards them in terms of character development if Shiloh wanted her readers to believe that Ali and Alex would live happily ever after.