- File Size: 329 KB
- Print Length: 207 pages
- Publisher: Stormy Night Publications (January 12, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 12, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078ZFGYFK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,364 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Rules of the Wild (Alaskan Wild Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Emy flees to Alaska one step ahead of people who want to kill her because of her father. Her grandparents had lived in Juneau, so she figured that would be a safe place to go.
Toby had been a game warden, but now he did other things. When he sees Emy, he knows that she is his.
Toby has a strict code, but when something happens, he doesn't even think about his actions, which made him a huge jerk, if you ask me. At least he corrected his cranial rectal inversion. I do like though. He takes good care of Emy.
I can't be too explicit in a review, so I'll say that there's a scene in the wheelhouse of a boat that was something I'd been looking for in Jaye's work, one of the few things I'd missed from her so far. She (or was it her co-author?) really delivered. Consider me a very satisfied reader. ;-)
I've spent a bit of time in Alaska, and the authors' descriptions of life in the panhandle seem pretty spot-on to me. I've read some erotica (definitely not by either of these two) in the past where it seemed like the author had never set foot in the place he/she was writing about. Not in this case. Reading "Rules of the Wild" made me want to hop on a plane and go back to that beautiful, dangerous land.
This is a wonderful new direction and a solid new collaboration for my favorite author of erotica. It was a pleasure to read, and it makes me want more, and more. Well done, Jaye and Jack!
They have the ability to draw your attention and then keep you riveted to the
very last page..Emy Forester is on the run after her father is murdered,Emy
wittinessed his death,she is now on their hit list.Emy begins her new life and
identity in Juneau,Alaska.Emy has fond memories of visiting her grandfather
as a child in Juneau.She soon has a job bar tending at Hooks, where she meets
Tobias.Toby keeps to himself and is not one for small talk,but Emy soon gets under
his skin.Toby has his own demons to overcome and a bright,curvy,red head,is not
what he needs in his life now or anytime in the future.Toby's hard shell begins to
melt and he soon has Emy in his heart and life.Toby is an old fashioned man who
believes that a good spanking is the answer to disobedience and naughtiness..
Emy finds out the hard way just how hard Toby's Hand is when she failed to follow
his rules.Emy has not told Toby the true reasons for her moving to Juneau,how will
he react and can he protect her from danger.The vibrant characters,vivid descriptions
and attention to detail brought this book to life.Despite their past experiences,Emy
and Toby found hidden strength to conquer and defeat any challenges put in their
I received this book as an advance review copy from the publisher.