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Too Wilde To Tame (Wilde Security #5) by Tonya Burrows #VideoReview #EarlyReview #BookReview



Author: Tonya Burrows
Title: Too Wilde to Tame
Series: Wilde Security
Book #: 5
Genre(s): Contemporary romance
Release date: February 27, 2017
Publisher: Entangled: Ignite
Length: 242 pages
Heat level: Moderate, steamy
Review copy provided by: Publisher
Reviewer recap: Army Ranger Greer Wilde has been off the grid for months, his apartment ripped apart and his family fearing the worst. When the oldest Wilde brother returns home, it's only to wrap up loose ends and then he's taking himself out of the picture so his brothers can live a normal, peaceful life without the shadow of the terrible things he's done to protect them. Former ballet dancer Natalie Taggart has faced down her own demons in her life, but she's found a way through the darkness, and she knows she can help Greer too. If only he will stay alive and let her in. This final installment in the Wilde Security series is poignant and heartbreaking, and addresses a very serious subject. While this *could* be read as standalone, GraveTells highly recommends starting at the beginning of the series.
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Greer's stalwart sensitivity and strength. Natalie's patience and insight. Their stellar chemistry as a couple. Seeing all the Wilde brothers again!


This is the final book in the series. Argh! Love these Wilde boys!

Posted February 24, 2017 by

He hadn’t planned to live much longer anyway.

Greer Wilde is on a mission of revenge and he expects to die trying, or shortly thereafter. After the tight knit brotherhood of the Wilde brothers over the last few books in this series, and knowing their concerns for their missing brother Greer, the opening of Too Wilde to Tame packs a solemnly heavy punch and sets the tone for this gritty series finale.

Greer is a tough guy, but his girl keeps up and pushes back. Natalie is graceful and strong—a former ballet dancer—and her personal history gives her the perfect insight into how to connect with Greer in just the way he needs. One of my favorite moments includes a post-shower Greer in a towel, finding an unexpected audience as he slams back over to his apartment across the hall in search of some clothes…

He blew out a breath. “This… isn’t what it looks like.”
She smiled. She was missing several teeth. “I’m eighty-two years old. I know a walk of shame when I see one, young man.”
“Hi, Mrs. Chan,” Natalie said from directly behind him.
“Hi, Natalie. Did you have fun last night?”
“Hardly,” she said, and Greer felt her glare boring into his back.
“I need to…” He motioned in the vague direction of his apartment, and Mrs. Chan stepped aside.
“Yes, run away,” the old woman called after him. “If you haven’t learned how to please a lady yet, there’s no hope for you.”

The chemistry between Greer and Natalie is scorching, but the scenes—while hot—are respectful and sensitively worded. I really enjoyed this book. In fact, I’m pretty sure I read it in a single day.

Tonya Burrows’s stories are always so memorable and full of all the things that pull on a reader’s heartstrings—heartbreak, self-loathing, selfless heroism, soul-deep love, crazy hot feels, danger and suspense. Her books are the whole package and every time I read one I want to go on a ‘Burrows binge’. Ms. Burrows writes intense, hardass, vulnerable military men with explosive chemistry and serious skills…both in and out of the bedroom.

Too Wilde to Tame is a MUST-read story if you’ve already started the series. Seriously, it couldn’t have ended better than this. And to Ms. Burrows: Don’t even stress about how the Epilogue turned out, because it was PERFECT.

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Wilde Security readers can snag Too Wilde to Tame on Amazon here*:

If you’re new to the Wilde Security series, check out the first book here*:

If you’re up for a dual-series adventure, start with the first book in the HORNET series, then follow the timeline listed on Ms. Burrows’s website to read through all the stories that connect these two sets of memorable characters*. Read the GraveTells review of SEAL of Honor here!

Check out my video review of Too Wilde to Tame here…

PS – This is my FIRST EVER VIDEO REVIEW! Hope you guys enjoy!! <3

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Sue "DaVinciKittie" Brown-Moore is a veteran romance blogger and reviewer and the primary voice for GraveTells.com. Sue and GraveTells have won several blogging awards, and GraveTells recently celebrated its five-year anniversary! Sue is also a freelance Developmental Editor passionate about helping authors bring out the best in their stories. She loves reading romance, fantasy, and sci-fi and edits any genre she reads for pleasure. You can follow Sue's editing blog, with tips and tricks for authors, at DaVinciKittie.com.


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