Book Review: Wild Love by Meg Benjamin

Title: Wild Love

By: Meg Benjamin
Genre: Romance
Pages: 400
Release Date: April 20th, 2020
Publisher: Entangled: Amara
Rating: ★★★★★☆☆☆☆☆

Summary from Goodreads:

After one bad relationship too many, Peaches Guidry came to the mountain resort town of Antero, Colorado to start over. Now, she’s manager of a great restaurant and on her way to bigger and better things without anyone complicating her life. The upcoming grand opening of the local brewery’s new pub is the perfect opportunity to introduce more customers to her menu. A partnership with Antero Brewing could bring her business to a whole new level.

But then Colin Brooks strolls into town. Rugged, yet charismatic. The bad boy with a heart of gold—the kind of man she can’t resist.

Her friends at the brewpub, though, are quick to tell her Colin isn’t exactly new in town. He’s the black sheep of Antero and disappeared years ago without a word. Now he’s back and hoping to prove he’s changed, but the welcome they give him is harsher than the winter winds.

She knows she shouldn’t be falling for someone that everyone says can’t be trusted. And getting tangled up in his wild past could ruin the future of everything she’s worked so hard to build… So why can’t they stay away from each other?


I loved the concept of this book, but the way it was conveyed didn’t sit right with me. I thought the relationship between Peaches and Collin was a little forced in the beginning. Collin didn’t give Peaches any reason to fall in love with her, but all of a sudden she was. The whole timeline felt a little rushed.

I did like the ending more, when all the characters were starting to have a change of heart and were getting a long. I think that was the saving grace.

All together, the book was fairly enjoyable.

Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review.

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