Review – Running Wild (Second Shot 0.5) by Sara Jane Stone

September 28, 2016 Review 0

Review – Running Wild (Second Shot 0.5) by Sara Jane Stone

Noah Tager has always played by the rules and proudly wears the label ‘Local Hero.’ But before he leaves to become one of The Few, The Proud, The Marines, he wants to turn his fantasies into reality with the one woman who has always been off limits.

He’s always been a challenge…

When it comes to her less-than-stellar reputation, Josie Fairmore is ready and willing to cross over into nothing-left-to-lose territory, if it leads to an all-night ride with the man of her X-rated dreams. With her big brother leaving in the morning to ‘Be All He Can Be’ in the Army, Dominic will never find out about her fling with his best friend Noah.

But one wild ride together doesn’t change the fact that Noah’s leaving in the morning—and he’s taking Josie’s heart with him.

Title: Running Wild
Author: Sara Jane Stone
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: To Tempt a Seal, To Dare A SEAL, Running Wild, Serving Trouble
Published by Avon
Source: Publisher
Published: February 2nd 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romance
Pages: 51
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: four-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Running Wild is an interesting story with very likeable characters.  Josie isn’t what everyone thinks she is.  Her reputation is unearned.  Noah is the golden boy and a hero to the core.  He’s kept his distance from Josie out of respect for his best friend, her brother.  The two have wanted each other forever.  Though Noah knows it’s not the right thing to do the night before he leaves for the Marines, he can’t help but finally show his feelings for Josie.

The scene in Noah’s dad’s barn is highly creative and sexy.

The book does a very good job of setting up the scene for Serving Trouble were we join the two years later after Noah comes home from the Marines.  I was glad I already had the next book so I could continue their story without delay.

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