Synopsis: She's an award-winning winning actress and he's an average guy just trying to get by...
Fresh out of police officer training, newbie cop, Hunter Wilde, takes an off-duty gig working special events at the Tawnee Mountain Resort to earn a little extra cash to supplement his public servant's salary.
Katie Lawrence is Hollywood's hottest sweetheart. With her second Oscar win before the age of twenty-five she's all Tinseltown is talking about.
When Katie attends a wedding at the Tawnee Mountain Resort with the notorious bad-boy Olympic gold snowboarder, Devon Black, he's more interested in bedding the bridesmaids than he is in being with Katie.
So Katie tries to find solace in the personal security guard assigned to her by the resort...the reluctant Hunter Wilde. He's not impressed with Katie's stardom and he definitely doesn't want to get involved with a drama queen...but Katie manages to steal his heart when he least expects it.
A WILDENIGHT is the third book in the OLD TOWN COUNTRY ROMANCE series. It can be read as a STAND ALONE NOVEL or as part of the SERIES.
Thank you first off to Reading Addiction Blog Tours and Savannah Young for providing us with a copy of this book so that we could bring you this review.
Ok I will start by saying that I was attracted to this book because of the country boy part of it. And as it says it can be read as a stand alone. Though I wont say you wont get curious about the two other brothers love stories, because I know I did.
I liked Hunter, he had a nice Alpha male thing going, but was still very down to earth and knew how to just have fun with his brothers.
Katie and her situation is unique and I liked how the author was able to use it and be believable.
I also have to admit I really liked the ending to the story. I thought it was extremely sweet.
I will say though that one thing really did bother me about this story... As someone who grew up in NJ I couldn't really picture the whole country thing going on in that state. Now even though it is a relatively small state, I do know there are lots of areas I still don't know so it is possible, but just not where I grew up.