Wild Desire (Wild, #2)
First He Drove Her Mad
In what feels like a moment, Beatrice Edmund goes from being a proper lady cooped up in a stuffy Scottish castle to traveling miles from anything she's ever known, in the midst of the wildest adventure of her life. And at the center of that adventure is the most infuriating, puzzling scoundrel on earth. She cannot take her eyes off him.

Then He Drove Her Wild
Colin Fitch cannot deny he's drawn to Beatrice--but lust is all he could possibly feel for the sharp-tongued minx. Still, if there's a chance she can help him stop the madman he pursues, he must withstand her obvious disapproval. Yet withstanding the longing he feels for her is growing more troublesome by the second. . . And Colin has never been terribly good at staying out of trouble. . .

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Wild Desire (Wild, #2) Reviews

  • Jackie
    Oct 28, 2016


    There was a lot of muddling through for me with this one. I just could not connect with any of the characters as much as wanted to, not really sure why. ...

  • Diane Peterson
    Aug 14, 2014

    Diane Peterson

    I have really mixed feelings about this book. I pretty much liked the characters of Bea and Colin. The story was fairly interesting. BUT it came across like a bad Indiana Jones movie. They were constantly on the move. The pace was rather frantic. They didn't seem to have time to really...

  • Lesli
    Jul 10, 2014


    Good story, sort of strange and confusing if you don't read the first book. well worth the couple of hours I spent reading it. Not enough to read the other books in the series. ...

  • Nancy Bennett
    Jun 21, 2014

    Nancy Bennett

    This is a second book of a series, but since I didn't pay attention to the description when I picked it from my list on the Kindle I did not know that when I started. I enjoyed the book, but I think -- for me -- there was a little bit of back story that was missing. Even with that, the...

  • Charlene
    Feb 28, 2013


    Fabulous historical romance with hints of paranormal, myth, and mystery. And of course, a hunky, take-charge kind of guy. I read this (book #2) out of order, so I will head back and read book #1 and then to book #3. ...

  • Danyel McDaniel
    Sep 18, 2012

    Danyel McDaniel

    After the adventures of Leo and Ella in Wild Heart, I was pleasantly surprised when this fast paced, Indiana Jones-esque story took me on a journey through India and at times I swore I was in the bug infested jungles with Colin and Bea. Lori Brighton does romance like no other. I love ...

  • Christel Grady
    Sep 8, 2011

    Christel Grady

    Despite some formatting issues with the kindle version this is a great free read from an author I first read as part of the kiss me, kill me anthology. I'm not normally a fan of romance, but it seemed like a good escape from reality. Plus, it encompassed a bit of the paranormal aspects...

  • Kelly
    Sep 7, 2011


    Guys, I liked this book. A lot. I had read a short story set in this universe in Kiss Me, Kill Me (review) and I liked it enough to snap this one up when it briefly popped up as a free Kindle download.So what made it so enjoyable? Well, that's a good question. I liked Bea. She has that...

  • Highland-dreamer
    Aug 24, 2011


    I thought this book started out with bang! It was fast-paced and the action kept going.. but things started going downhill for me. Bea, for instance, really got on my nerves after awhile. Colin, too. So I forced myself to keep reading, until finally I stopped at 70% through, and skippe...

  • Angela James
    Aug 24, 2011

    Angela James

    Have no idea how this book ended up on my Kindle, but I accidentally pressed to open it when I was going through the books on my Kindle and ended up reading it. It was okay for me, not the best book I read during my 2-week trip overseas, but still diverting. ...