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  • Writer's pictureMichelle Grey

Wild Love, Elsie Silver





Story Blurb

Rosie Belmont has been driving me wild for years. The good kind of wild. The bad kind of wild. But mostly the kind of wild that comes with wanting your best friend’s little sister and knowing you can’t have her.

After living in the city, she comes blasting back into Rose Hill like a storm. Beautiful, messy, and chaotic.

And one wide-eyed desperate plea for a job is all it takes for me to hire her.

Forbes may have labeled me the World’s Hottest Billionaire but all I care about is opening my new recording studio. Something that comes to a screeching halt when I end up face-to-face with a young girl who claims I’m her biological father.

Now I spend my days balancing business with parenting a sullen twelve-year-old all while trying desperately to keep my hands the hell off my best friend’s little sister.

I vow to keep Rosie at arm’s length. I try to stick to scowls and grumpy one-liners. But with her verbal sparring is merely foreplay—friction that turns to blistering heat.

I know damn well I shouldn’t cross that line.

But shouldn’t and can’t are two very different things.

And the only thing I truly can’t do is resist her.


My Thoughts/Opinion

Oh, Elsie Silver. I first met her writing with the Chestnut Springs series and fell in love. We met Ford briefly, as Willa's brother, in that series but I wish I could go back and get a little more insight into him from the previous books. I really loved his character and Rosie's too for that matter. Their forbidden, brothers-best-friend romance was so sweet and I loved his protective instincts toward her. But I think my favorite part of their story is how they both bonded over his previously unknown 12-year-old daughter, Cora. She quite literally stole the show. And her bonus epilogue (as a parent of grown kids) made me want to cry. Another great read by Elsie Silver. First in series, and I can't wait for book two!


Favorite Quote:

“She’s the sun, the rest of us are just dumb rocks orbiting her.”

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