Arc Review – Wild Child by A.S Green

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June 18, 2018 by ceresbooksworld


Wild Child by A.S Green

Bok companion to Summer Girl

Publisher: Entangled Publishing

Publication date: June 18th, 2018

Source: eArc from the author

Rating: 4 hearts




I have never been to a place so tiny. Little Bear Island could fit in New York’s armpit. Still a job is a job and, after surviving Afghanistan, what’s twenty-four hours in podunk hell?

Providing private security for a celebrity wedding is nothing new…until I come face-to-face with Natalie O’Brien. The woman who chose someone else and kicked me to the curb six years ago. Time has done nothing to tame her. She’s a red-headed beauty with a sharp tongue and nerves of steel who could seriously knock me off my game…

When my assistant bails, Natalie jumps at the chance to get off this tiny island. Now we’re stuck criss-crossing the country in my SUV, with her tantalizing scent filling the cab and her smart mouth making me very…uncomfortable. Good thing the job will be over soon. So why does the thought of saying goodbye a second time make my heart stop?


Wild Child tells us the story of Natalie and Jackson, they were crazy in love with each other 6 years ago and on a huge misunderstanding everyone thinks the other made fun of him.

Natalie comes from a normal family, she tends to make herself indispensable to everyone, in Little Bear Island, everyone knows Natalie and everyone loves her. She’s a lovely young girl who would like to get off her island one day, Jackson broke her heart and she’s having trouble getting over it. I liked Natalie even though sometimes I found her reactions a bit excessive. She is a young girl full of good will, intelligent, capable and funny.

Jackson doesn’t have a great family, far from it, after Natalie abandoned him, he left for the army. He has lost companions there and is struggling emotionally to recover, yet he has created his company and is doing very well professionally. Jackson is charming but he has a huge flaw, he does not understand that one can love his family. He also has trouble recovering from his breakup with Natalie, all on an epic misunderstanding.

The story is nice, I had a good laugh, I also got pretty angry when he couldn’t explain himself to them. The book reads fast and you will have a good time with Jackson and Natalie.

Quick word: A nice little story.


Wild Child nous raconte l’histoire de Natalie et Jackson, ils étaient fous amoureux l’un de l’autre il y a 6 ans et sur un malentendu énorme chacun pense que l’autre s’est moqué de lui.

Natalie vient d’une famille normale, elle a tendance à se rendre indispensable pour tout le monde, à Little Bear Island, tout le monde connait Natalie et tout le monde l’aime. C’est une jeune fille adorable qui aimerait sortir de son île un jour, Jackson lui a brisé le cœur et elle a du mal à s’en remettre. J’ai bien aimé Natalie même si parfois j’ai trouvé ses réactions un peu excessives. C’est une jeune fille pleine de bonne volonté, intelligente, capable et drôle.

Jackson n’a pas une famille formidable, loin de là, après que Natalie l’ai abandonné, il est parti dans l’armée. Il y a perdu des compagnons et s’en remet difficilement émotionnellement, cependant il a quand même créé sa société et se débrouille très bien côté professionnel. Jackosn est charmant mais il a un énorme défaut, il ne comprends pas que l’on puisse aimer sa famille. Il a aussi du mal à se remettre de sa rupture avec Natalie, tout cela sur un malentendu épique.

L’histoire est sympathique, j’ai bien rigolé, je me suis aussi pas mal énervée quand il n’arrivait pas à s’expliquer entre eux. Le livre se lit vite et vous passerez un bon moment en compagnie de Jackson et Natalie.

En bref : Une petite histoire sympathique.





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