- File Size: 2317 KB
- Print Length: 254 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 26, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00FKWARIS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #815,460 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Wildcat in Moscow Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
If you just even like romance, you will love this book. Not a lot of expletive sex scenes either if you don't like that in a book.
I highly recommend this book.
When Chelsea returns from Alaska to take control of her trust, she is met with many obstacles including a swindling step-father and an angry drug lord. Chelsea is not your typical rich girl ready to live it up with her inheritance; she’s tough, compassionate, and mostly down to Earth. Unfortunately, she finds herself faced with problems that even a strong woman can’t handle alone. Lucky for her, she meets a sexy Russian with a soft spot for her. She soon finds herself swept off to Moscow, where her life takes several more unexpected turns.
I loved the chemistry between Chelsea and Vlad from their first meeting, and it intensified as the book went along. Sometimes I felt Chelsea was a little too understanding, but overall she is a fun character. She and Vlad are different in many ways, but they really worked together. Vlad has that super hot alpha male thing going on for him, and it was easy to see why he would tempt Chelsea, or any woman.
I had trouble keeping track of all of the people Chelsea met in Moscow. There were a lot of players involved with the suspense part of this book, and at times I couldn’t remember who was who. The supporting characters who were most involved with the story were described well and fun. Those characters I didn’t forget.
If you enjoy a good romance, then you should definitely pick up a copy of Wildcat in Moscow.
Her only remaining asset seems to be a box of receipts and collections notices. Trying to unravel the financial disaster, Chelsea goes to one of the clubs she finds on numerous receipts--there she meets Vlad. He's more than just big, Russian and scary. He takes a moment to hear her tale of woe and gives her the best advice he can: run, for your life.
Vlad knows how ruthlessly Chelsea would be treated if she gets caught up in her stepfather's bad debts---some of those creditors wouldn't hesitate to prostitute, or even kill, her. They are, after all Vlad's business associates. See, he's a Russian "businessman" (read: mobster) and he greases the wheels in ten countries to make sure his construction projects get finished, early.
Before Chelsea can take Vlad's advice, she's taken in by the police--who want to pin her down for George's fraudulent scams-- and later the nefarious Carlos Santiago, who plans to sell her into prostitution to cover George's debt. Chelsea attempts a daring escape, humiliating Carlos and earning Vlad's admiration. Knowing Chelsea's life hangs in the balance, Vlad buys out her debt and whisks her off to Moscow.
Isolated within Vlad's inner circle, Chelsea finds that Vlad isn't the cold enforcer she'd first suspected. He is generous and kind, lavishing her with affection, new clothes and art. If only Chelsea could get over his harem of highly paid prostitutes and his new ventures in drug running...
LOL. All is not what it seems with Vlad and his merry band of vodka swilling comrades. As Chelsea and Vlad spend more time together, a real affection grows, and Chelsea finds the one thing she'd longed for more than her fortune: a home.
There's lots of twists and turns in this fast-paced romance. We're kept very much in the dark regarding Vlad's alter ego, until the end--which felt a little rushed. There's a bit of smexytimes, but lots of fade-to-black scenes which keep the focus on the emotional development between Vlad and his "Wildcat", not that Chelsea is a huge fan of all Vlad's 'possessives'! Still, their arrangement, which is more out of convenience at first, turns into a tender romance. It's a bit PRETTY WOMAN with a Russian twist.
And, I liked the Russian scene. The pragmatic nature of Vlad and his friends was very different, and (I felt) in keeping with the post-Soviet culture. The seemy underbelly of this world is on constant display, with real issues like human trafficking, prostitution, drug running and corruption being center stage. Still, there was a lot of heart packed into this romance. Vlad is a tender man who'd been missing a companion, and Chelsea's pure heart and indomitable spirit both captivates and challenges him. I had a bit of trouble with the head-hopping POV of the narrative, bit that's my biggest peeve. Some typos, and the British English spellings, didn't throw me off my read.
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