Contemporary Romance Fiction

Savage Wilder Veronica Eden

Title: Savage Wilder (Sinners and Saints #4)

Author:  Veronica Eden

My Rating:  🌟🌟🌟 1/2

Type: Standalone

Genre:  Contemporary Romance Fiction, Bully Romance

 Narration: Dual POV 

Primary Characters: Maisy and Fox Wilder

I was intrigued by Fox from the time I met him in earlier books. It’s the final book in the series. It’s a great ending to this series. I’m excited to meet the entire Crow’s Crew in detail in the next upcoming series soon.

This book follows the story of Fox Wilder and Maisy Landry, whom we were introduced to in the past book. Initial part of the book sort of moved slow to me. Fox and Maisy used to be best buddies when they were children. Later, Fox suddenly disappears. He is back in town now and is more rugged and on wild side and he hates Maisy now.  He wants vengeance from her and starts bullying by the end of School. Fox bullying to Maisy was sort of juvenile and I didn’t understand his reasoning.

Maisy’s free spirit was so welcoming. I loved her fight; Standing up to Fox for being mean against her and then to rumors and then her parents. It was really tough not to like Fox. From being mean, rude and aloof to fighting his battles and his protective steak was nice to see.  

Later part of the book was intriguing. That hooked me to keep turning pages. Plot twists were so unexpected and made the story even more exciting. Some drama in the middle dragged more for me, which could have been avoided. I loved seeing everyone working together in order to help Fox and Maisy. I’m glad we got to see them all together one more time.

Narration had its own up’s and down. I loved seeing all the other charters from this series. The plot is intriguing. Glimpses of Crow’s crew is added topping.

Overall, I enjoyed the conclusion of this series. All loose ends were tied well together. If this sort of bully romance is your cup of tea, then pick it up and give it a try.

Source – Courtesy of publisher/Author

Buy Link -https://www.amazon.com/Savage-Wilder-Romance-Sinners-Saints-ebook/dp/B08PNQRFK5

Blurb as per good reads

The boy I knew is gone.

Maisy

Rule follower. Straight laced. Goody-goody.

I’m as well-behaved as they get, but then the worst thing ever happened to me…I caught the interest of the bad boy. Wilder isn’t the same guy I idolized when we were kids. He made that clear the day he moved back to Ridgeview.

He hunts me, stalks me, surrounds me from all sides. I’m his new favorite plaything. Again. Last year was bad enough, but as graduation looms his claws are in me once more and he refuses to let go.

And worst of all? I think I like it.

The Wilder name is a curse.

Fox

Pristine. Perfect. Fake.

Once upon a time we were friends. Then her family destroyed mine. In return, I’ll destroy hers.

I’m the resident black shadow this town fears. Whispers about. Everyone remembers that a Wilder means bad news. My sweet daisy should fear me because she’s the key piece in my revenge plot against her crooked parents.

I’m not her friend anymore.

I’ll take them all down, starting with her.

Warning:Savage Wilder is a dark new adult high school bully romance intended for mature readers. This book is part of a series but can be enjoyed as a standalone. The Sinners and Saints series boys are all devilish antiheroes brought to their knees by a spitfire heroine, so if you love enemies-to-lovers and hate-to-love type stories, you’re in the right place. This mature new adult romance contains dubious situations, bullying, blackmail, crude language, and intense sexual/violent content that some readers might find triggering or offensive. Please proceed with caution.

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