Tuesday, January 28, 2014

REVIEW: Wild Fever by Donna Grant


Bound by darkness. Freed by love.


Olivia Breaux left the small Cajun town the day of her high school graduation and never looked back. Until an unfortunate event sends her home ten years later. Returning to her hometown brings back memories and long held desires for the impossibly gorgeous – and aloof – Vincent.


Handsome, resilient Vincent Chiasson takes his job as hunter to supernatural beings in the bayous seriously. When an unknown creature begins killing women the Chiasson family has contact with, Vincent knows this has something to do with his parents’ deaths years earlier. To make matters worse, the one woman he’s yearned to call his own has returned – and is targeted by the beast. He’ll have to face his past – and confront his future – to save Olivia…

***This book was given to me as an E-ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.***

Now, it is NO secret that I am addicted to Donna Grant's books... So, when the chance arose for me to read an ARC of this book, I couldn't resist!!

This book is quite different than the books I'm used to seeing from Donna... 

The Chaisson brothers hail from down Crowley, Louisiana way down in the bayous, are in charge of protecting their town from supernatural creatures. Olivia, a girl coming back home after a not so great end to a relationship (dou**bag might I add..) Upon arriving home she quickly learns that her quaint little town isn't all sweet and perfect behind the woods... 

This is such a sweet love story and while short and fast paced, Donna does an amazing job of making sure the reader can experience all the action right there with the characters!! I definitely cannot wait to be able to read book two in this series!!

I give this book 5 out of 5 shields!!!

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