Wild Child | Review

Title: Wild Child
Author: A.S. Green
Pages: 366 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Rating: ★★★★★


I have never been to a place so tiny. Little Bear Island could fit in New York's armpit. Still a job is a job and, after surviving Afghanistan, what's twenty-four hours in podunk hell?

Providing private security for a celebrity wedding is nothing new...until I come face-to-face with Natalie O'Brien. The woman who chose someone else and kicked me to the curb six years ago. Time has done nothing to tame her. She's a red-headed beauty with a sharp tongue and nerves of steel who could seriously knock me off my game…

When my assistant bails, Natalie jumps at the chance to get off this tiny island. Now we're stuck criss-crossing the country in my SUV, with her tantalizing scent filling the cab and her smart mouth making me very...uncomfortable. Good thing the job will be over soon. So why does the thought of saying goodbye a second time make my heart stop?


This book was provided by the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Entangled Publishing and Netgalley!

Wild Child tells the story of Jax and Nathalie. Six years ago Jax and Nathalie were in a relationship until they left each other. Six years later they meet again and they both don’t know how to act around each other. But it’s getting harder for them when Nathalie accepts Jax’ job offer.

Wild Child was yet another amazing Contemporary and New Adult read published by Entangled Publishing. Entangled Publishing is one of my favourite publishers when it comes to Contemporary, New Adult and Romance.

I finished Wild Child in one day because I couldn’t stop reading. It was so fast paced and well written. The story was so enjoyable, and the characters were amazing. I really enjoyed reading in Jax and Nathalie’s perspective. You get to know their true feelings and thoughts.

One thing I also really liked about this story was that Jax has been through a lot and he finally let Nathalie in on his deepest secrets. It must be really hard for him to do something like that, and that’s something really beautiful!

Wild Child was the first book I read written by A.S. Green, and now I cannot wait to check out her other books!