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I read this book as a sorbet between servings of pretty heavy thrillers. The first half was pretty well written, with very clear sexual chemistry between the key players and signs of trouble ahead when the chemistry turned into something serious. But when the troubles started to unravel my sorbet melted quickly as they were pretty ridiculous.
The Wild Ones was a misnomer, especially as the steamy parts were pretty tame. Naming the key male character Trick was pretty thoughtless when that word is normally related to the world of a hooker. And the last words of the book were "THE HAPPILY-EVER-AFTER END" - oh dear!