Review – Drive Me Wild by Julie Kriss @Danichez75

Book & Author Details:

Drive Me Wild (Riggs Brothers #1) by Julie Kriss
Publication date: 19th January 2018
Genres: Contemporary Romance

Emily was a cop’s daughter, and I was the boy from the wrong side of the tracks. At eighteen, our affair was wild and completely secret. Until she left town for college and a better life, and I hit the road to nowhere.

Eight years later, we’re both back in town. My father is in prison; Emily is selflessly helping her sister. We should be farther apart than we’ve ever been. But I’ve never been able to resist temptation, especially when that temptation is Emily.

I shouldn’t go near her. But I do.

She shouldn’t say yes. But she does.

Our chemistry is hotter than ever, but she’s hiding something from me. Just like I’m hiding something from her. It’s hard to tell whose secrets are more dangerous, until it all goes to hell.

I can save her – and she can save me. But we’ll have to break the rules.

We’re from different worlds. We don’t belong together.

But in the end, Emily and I are going to have to get dirty.

I enjoy a bad boy story as much as the next girl, and this one is no exception. I’m not going to lie though, I wasn’t a massive fan of Emily at the outset.  Honestly, I don’t think that I was supposed to be – her redemption, though different, is as integral to the story as Luke’s.

However, despite this, (or maybe because of this), I found myself racing through this story, which felt much bigger than the page count would imply.

A great series starter.

I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book


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About the author

Julie loves reading and writing hot, sexy romances with awesome alpha heroes. Her favorite things are books, coffee, her perfect cat, and her husband, not necessarily in that order. She’s a writing addict who is always hard at work on her next steamy romance.

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