A daring game of temptation
She’ll play his game-but only by her rules!
Alex Lancaster is an adrenaline junkie. He’s also a sexy British billionaire who should come with his own warning signs. When Libby insists she is done with men who live on the edge, Alex coaxes her out of her comfort zone-professionally and very, very personally. Libby’s taking a high-stakes gamble, but the pay-off could win her everything…
So, I’m one of the stops on the blog tour for A Week To Be Wild! I’ll start by saying that there are both things I liked and disliked about this book. I read it over the course of a week or so, so it definitely wasn’t a page turner, but it was an overall enjoyable read. There is quite a bit of sexually explicit writing, so if that bothers you, I’d give it a miss. Going into this book, I knew that there would be some. But if I’m honest, I found it was a bit rushed and I actually had to skip those parts the majority of the time as I found it a bit too much and it made me cringe a bit. That’s just me though, if erotica is your thing, then this is the book for you!
I did like the characters, Libby especially. I liked how she was powerful without a man, she was successful and I think that’s great. However, it seemed like her professionalism just went out of the window after taking one glance at Alex Lancaster. Just didn’t seem very realistic in my opinion. Other than that, though, I really liked her and thought she was an interesting, well-written character. Alex was intriguing too. Not the stereotypical English billionaires you get in books at all. I usually get bored of them, and he’s certainly not a character that inspires boredom.
I found the plot a bit slow, but it was pretty interesting once the pace picked up a bit. I do wish that we had been able to get to know the characters a bit more, however.
Overall, A Week To Be Wild is the type of book I’d recommend if you like the billionaire trope, erotica, or just want a quick read. I give it three stars.
I’d like to thank Mills & Boon for sending me a copy of A Week To Be Wild in exchange for an honest review. The opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.