Wilde in Love (The Wildes of Lindow Castle, #1)

Wilde in Love (The Wildes of Lindow Castle, #1) Lord Alaric Wilde, Son Of The Duke Of Lindow, Is The Most Celebrated Man In England, Revered For His Dangerous Adventures And Rakish Good Looks Arriving Home From Years Abroad, He Has No Idea Of His Own Celebrity Until His Boat Is Met By Mobs Of Screaming Ladies Alaric Escapes To His Father S Castle, But Just As He Grasps That He S Not Only Famous But Notorious, He Encounters The Very Private, Very Witty, Miss Willa Ffynche Willa Presents The Fa Ade Of A Serene Young Lady To The World Her Love Of Books And Bawdy Jokes Is Purely For The Delight Of Her Intimate Friends She Wants Nothing To Do With A Man Whose Private Life Is Splashed Over Every Newspaper Alaric Has Never Met A Woman He Wanted For His Own Until He Meets Willa He S Never Lost A Battle.But A Spirited Woman Like Willa Isn T Going To Make It Easy The First Book In Eloisa James S Dazzling New Series Set In The Georgian Period Glows With Her Trademark Wit And Sexy Charm And Introduces A Large, Eccentric Family Readers Will Love The Wildes Of Lindow Castle ARC provided by Publisher and Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.I absolutely loved this Well written, sweet, steamy, great dialogue and fantastic epilogue.Cannot wait for next book in this new series I fell in love with the Wilde family Lord Alaric Wilde, adventurer and traveler of the world, returns home a hero, a star, unbeknownst to him, a sought after male to almost every woman in England In fact a play was produced portraying his life from books he s written and is one of t ARC provided by Publisher and Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.I absolutely loved this Well written, sweet, steamy, great dialogue and fantastic epilogue.Cannot wait for next book in this new series I fell in love with the Wilde family Lord Alaric Wilde, adventurer and traveler of the world, returns home a hero, a star, unbeknownst to him, a sought after male to almost every woman in England In fact a play was produced portraying his life from books he s written and is one of the most popular in town Alaric is astounded and not happy to be a hero star sought
DNF 50%The heroine jumped to conclusions, was assumptive and hard to connect with in general She was supposed to be spirited and outspoken I found her rather boring and annoying The story itself is super slow and it didn t hold my attention Having said that,
3 3.5 stars I was so excited to read Wilde in Love, from the moment I read the blurb I knew this book was for me and even though I was enjoyed most of the book there were some parts that I was struggling with them.I love the world building and I like both Alaric and Willa but apart of them there were so many characters.Alaric and Willa were different and this was perfect for me.Overall it was a sweet story but I can understand that it s the first book in a new series and I m sure the second book 3 3.5 stars I was s
Title Wilde in LoveSeries The Wildes of Lindow Castle 1Author Eloisa JamesRelease date October 31, 2017Cliffhanger NoHEA view spoiler Yes hide spoiler One thing could be said for him for all the Wildes, it seemed When they went down, they really went down Wilde in Love was my first Eloisa James book I know, I know Wh
I can t emphasize how much I did not like this book I had to check twice to make sure that this was written by the same author who wrote two books that I greatly enjoyed When Beauty Tamed the Beast and Three Weeks With Lady X The heroine was quite frankly boring The hero was obsessed with the heroine for no apparent reason The only people I liked in this book
I have been wanting to try Eloisa James ever since watching the Love Between the Covers documentary, about the romance novel industry When this new series became available to request from Edelweiss, I thought I d give her a try Disclaimer Despite multiple attempts I still am not much of a romance reader and all opi
This review can also be found at Carole s Random Life in Books.This book was such a delight to read I decided that I was going to have to read this book as soon as I got a really good look at it The cover is great and the description is even better When I noticed that this was the first book in a new series, I was evenexcited This book lived up to all of my expectations I had such a good time reading it and honestly hated to put it down The characters in this book were wonderful Ala This review can also be found at Carole s Random Life in Books.This book was such a delight to read I decided that I was going to have to read this book as soon as I got a really good look at it The cover is great and the description is even better When I noticed that this was the first book in a new series, I was evenexcited This book lived up to all of my expectations I had such a good time reading it and honestly hated to put it down The characters in this book were won
Lord Alaric Wilde, son of the Duke of Lindow, just returned from his adventures from Russia, when he encounters the only person who is unimpressed with the stories published about his adventures Miss Willa Ffynche Willa basically thinks Alaric is full of it and she shades him at every opportunity she can The funny thing is that Alaric isn t impressed with the exaggerated tales of his adventures so he finds Willa s attitude refreshing So he of courses has to have her but she wants nothing t Lord Alaric Wilde, son of the Duke of Lindow, just returned from his adventures from Russia, when he encounters the only person who is unimpressed with the stories published about his adventures Miss Willa Ffynche Willa basically thinks Alaric is full of it and she shades him at every opportunity she can The funny thing is that Alaric isn t impressed with the ex
Life is too short to be reading books I don t care for This had potential, but I felt zero connection either of the characters and for the 30% or so I did read, I was just mindlessly bored So DNF it is This was one of those books that was trying to be funny with its over the top antics but came off as somewhat cheesy and unrealistic Much of this, with Alaric s notoriety, did not seem to fit with societal norms of the time Did women back then hang pictures of famous people on their walls when they had crushes That sort of behavior seems modern to me and out of place in a historical novel I wish this had been shorter It didn t have a lot of conflict, so some parts dragged I liked Alaric H This was one of those books that was trying to be funny with its over the top antics but came off as somewhat cheesy and unrealistic Much of this, with Alaric s notoriety, did not seem to fit with societal n