Wild

Wild

A good girl goes fabulously bad in the final book in New York Times bestselling author Sophie Jordan’s sexy New Adult romance series, in which three Ivy League suite-mates seek higher knowledge of just how far they can go.Months after her boyfriend dumped her, Georgia can still hear the insults he hurled at her. Boring. Predictable. Tame. Tired of feeling bad, she’s ready...

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Title:Wild
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Wild Reviews

  • Irene Sim

    Re read 08/11/17

    This story is so much fun. Georgia and Logan couldn't be more different but somehow they are perfect for each other.

    Georgia is a southern belle, always doing things by the book, tame, obedient, labelled as "The GOOD Girl".

    On the other hand Logan is too young but life have thrown him many curve balls, so he had to grow up pretty fast. And of course he's a ladies man.

    Out of the two of them, Logan acted as the mature one, he was very certain about his desires and acknowledged prett

    Re read 08/11/17

    This story is so much fun. Georgia and Logan couldn't be more different but somehow they are perfect for each other.

    Georgia is a southern belle, always doing things by the book, tame, obedient, labelled as "The GOOD Girl".

    On the other hand Logan is too young but life have thrown him many curve balls, so he had to grow up pretty fast. And of course he's a ladies man.

    Out of the two of them, Logan acted as the mature one, he was very certain about his desires and acknowledged pretty fast that what he and Georgia had was more than a fling.

    I loved the way their story evolved even though the parts about the "kink club" weren't my favorite.

  • Patrycja

    Wild

    The Ivy Chronicles #3

    Sophie Jordan

    18 November, 2014

    4 stars

    . No

    I just love reading new adult books, especially when they are all fluff and sweet, sweet love. It’s a great escape from my boring reality. When the right mood strikes me the sweeter the book is the better! That’s why I enjoy Sophie Jordan’s Ivy Chronicles. It’s so fluffy, so predictable and yet I seem not to be able to not like it t

    Wild

    The Ivy Chronicles #3

    Sophie Jordan

    18 November, 2014

    4 stars

    . No

    I just love reading new adult books, especially when they are all fluff and sweet, sweet love. It’s a great escape from my boring reality. When the right mood strikes me the sweeter the book is the better! That’s why I enjoy Sophie Jordan’s Ivy Chronicles. It’s so fluffy, so predictable and yet I seem not to be able to not like it to pieces.

    Wild is just like that; sweet, sexy, intense and oh did I mention it’s super-HOT? So yes, I very much enjoyed new addition to Sophie Jordan’s series, but frankly, I didn’t adored it as much as Foreplay. Still though, Wild is incredibly good, yummy story with amazing hero. But no matter how much I seemed to like Wild, I just loved Reece and Pepper story more.

    Wild is a story about Georgia and Logan, Reece’s younger brother. I’ve met them in previous books, so I knew that they were complete opposites. And I really couldn’t wait to see how they will evolve and fall in love.

    Georgia is sweet, innocent, responsible girl. The girl who can do no wrong. She’s trapped in a life where she’s doing exactly what her parents and boyfriend want from her. She doesn’t have much to say. It’s wearing her out bit by bit.

    So when her boyfriend of four years tells her she’s boring and breaks up with her, Georgia is crushed. She finally had enough of being naïve and innocent. She doesn’t want to be boring anymore; she wants to be free, she wants to be wild. So she went to the kink club. There, she saw Logan who was heavily making out with two other college girls. She couldn’t take her eyes of off him.

    Logan is younger; Logan is a man whore. Logan is wild. Logan is everything Georgia shouldn’t want. So why did she kiss him and changed their lives? She’s not sure. The passionate kiss Georgia and Logan shared made them crave each other so much more.

    Wild is intense. It’s sexy and a little bit crazy too. I completely swooned over Logan Mulvaney. He was awesome! I only wished the author would reveal a little bit more of the real him. I felt like we only just skimmed the surface.

    Jordan clearly knows how to write a good new adult story; the sexual chemistry between the main characters was tantalizing. The sparks flew everywhere! I am still blushing while thinking about some scenes.

    I couldn’t stop reading. I really devoured this novel in a matter of few hours. It’s smooth and easy story with enough heat to make a reader burn. The drama is on a low level, with angst almost nonexistent. The story is just pure fun. So, if that’s what you are after then Wild will be great read for you. I highly recommend picking it up!

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  • BookLover

    One way to bring a four star read to a three star read for me is to have a hero/heroine who perpetually denies themselves happiness in a relationship for what I feel is not realistic reasons. Wild was one of these reads for me.

    I loved the chemistry between Georgia and Logan. Logan was all kinds of sexy goodness! I loved him. Georgia…not so much…

    One way to bring a four star read to a three star read for me is to have a hero/heroine who perpetually denies themselves happiness in a relationship for what I feel is not realistic reasons. Wild was one of these reads for me.

    I loved the chemistry between Georgia and Logan. Logan was all kinds of sexy goodness! I loved him. Georgia…not so much…

    I didn’t love Georgia’s reasoning for pushing Logan away at every turn. I didn’t really identify with her battle to please her mom and not be like her father. Despite that, I did enjoy the book.

  • Trina (Between Chapters)

    Lots of denying-your-feelings angst. I felt there was a lack of consent. The main character would say no, and the guy would basically say he knew she wanted to do whatever sexual thing, and then they do whatever it is and we're supposed to believe it's okay because she DID always want it and was just holding herself back. Which, listen, books are a safe space to explore your kink if that's what it is, but again, I would only recommend this to discerning adults who know this is only a fantasy and

    Lots of denying-your-feelings angst. I felt there was a lack of consent. The main character would say no, and the guy would basically say he knew she wanted to do whatever sexual thing, and then they do whatever it is and we're supposed to believe it's okay because she DID always want it and was just holding herself back. Which, listen, books are a safe space to explore your kink if that's what it is, but again, I would only recommend this to discerning adults who know this is only a fantasy and that 'NO' should have been the end of it.

    Otherwise, it's stupidly compelling and I could not put it down. Like, I want this type of story (college, companion romances), but with healthier relationships. Anyone got recs?

  • Wendy Darling

    How disappointing. The first Ivy Chronicles book was terrific, the second one was a stereotypical NA without any surprises, and the third? The third one is all over the place.

    As always, the author writes great chemistry between her couple, but I never really bought the kink clubs Georgia kept going to, and she got SO annoyingly spineless in flip flopping in the way she treated Logan. Although she eventually stands up for herself against her cliche of a domineering, wealthy mom and als

    How disappointing. The first Ivy Chronicles book was terrific, the second one was a stereotypical NA without any surprises, and the third? The third one is all over the place.

    As always, the author writes great chemistry between her couple, but I never really bought the kink clubs Georgia kept going to, and she got SO annoyingly spineless in flip flopping in the way she treated Logan. Although she eventually stands up for herself against her cliche of a domineering, wealthy mom and also declares her relationship with Logan publicly, there was so much hurtful public rejection before that that the decision seemed sudden and not altogether entirely convincing. As for Logan, I like alpha males, but he seemed way too pushy in a lot of scenarios for my taste, and conversely, also gave up way too easily in others. Other loose threads that go nowhere: Rachel, the unfriendly BFF. Amber, the sister. The random love of guitar. Research internship. Drunken dad. Pretzel bread sandwich. Blah.

    Also, it stretches credulity that a high school senior boy would be sexually confident to this degree, especially in knowing how to talk to women and being so absolutely aggressive while still supposedly sensitive. Even if he got started early and has been through a bunch of girls, it's not the same level of maturity and finesse that comes with time and experience. This might've been more believable if they'd been aged up a few years, I guess. There's still not a lot of substance to their relationship other than sexually, though. Very little flirting and only a passing nod at truly meaningful connection.

    Overall, this one didn't seem very cohesive to me. A shame, because FOREPLAY was so sexy and fun! Hoping the author writes another NA romance that comes close to that one sometime in the future.

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