"An erotic and comical romance"
His brothers recently found love that led to marriage,
but Zane Winston plans to remain a contented bachelor for
at least the near future. Zane loves to play the field,
but his perfect single world changes when Tamara Tremayne
garbed in erotic new age garments enters his computer shop
whispering: "I want you."
Tamara has been attracted to Zane, but he has never
noticed she existed. Deciding that she must act on her
feelings she finds a journal full of erotic advice that she
applies to Zane. He is aroused and she encourages him
further. Tamara feels she has earned a last fling before
leaving town when her New Age business finally fails due to
vandalism. Zane feels protective, but desperately wants to
become the latest married Winston if he can convince Tamara
to have him permanently.
WILD lives up to its title name, as the story line is a
fast-paced madcap trip. The opening line of "I want you"
will be considered a classic and sets the tone for the lead
characters, whom readers will like when they avoid abusing
the use of sexual innuendoes. When they go sexual, Zane
and Tamara lose some of their appeal. Still, Lori Foster
closes the Winston Brothers saga with a pleasant erotic
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted December 7, 2001