Review: Wild Flame by Micalea Smeltzer

 

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Book 2 of The Wild Series

Spin off of The Willow Creek Series

 

I requested this book straight from the author since I am a total fangirl about the Willow Creek series. If you haven’t read The Willow Creek Series–buy it! Now! Believe me you will not regret it. Both Willow Creek and The Wild series are rock star romances.

The Wild is a band that the guitarist, Joshua Hayes from Willow Creek is mentoring. I mean who else would you want as a mentor than a guitar God?

Sorry, it I hadn’t stopped myself, I would’ve keep ranting about how great the guys from the Willow Creek series are. I told you that I fangirl with that series. I love that there are numerous scenes where the Willow Creek guys appear. EEP!!

Kira and Rush both have a past that’s haunting them. The unexpected happens to them, first they have to deal with their own individual issues before returning to each other. Rush needs to come to terms with his demons and family issues. Kira needs to learn to trust especially men. That means confronting the one person she never thought she would.

The author addresses a few issues such as trust, parenting, alcoholism, and friendship through Kira and Rush. Beautifully composed…brilliant character development…terrific supporting characters. An emotional rollercoaster!

Fangirl Alert! Cameos from Willow Creek assist Kira and Rush with their transformations.

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Author Bio

MicaelaMicalea Smeltzer is a twenty-something author from Northern Virginia. She has four dogs, which is as crazy as it sounds. As a recent kidney transplant recipient she’s dedicated to raising awareness around the effects of kidney disease, dialysis, and transplant as well as educating people on living donation. She enjoys writing about fantastical paranormal creatures and sexy rock stars. When she’s not writing you can catch her with her nose buried in a book.

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