Review: Ride Wild by Laura Kaye

Title: Ride Wild

Author: Laura Kaye

Series: Raven Riders #3

Genre: Contemporary MC

Pages: 255

5 stars - I loved it!
5 stars – I loved it!

Sam “Slider” Evans lives only for his two sons anymore. He has no interest in anything, not even riding, but that all changes when Cora starts babysitting his kids. 

As with all the books in this series, this one was very emotional. Slider is the shell of the man he once was. He is just going through the motions until Cora comes into their lives. She makes him realize how out of touch he has been and that makes him slowly start to rejoin the world, and the Ravens. I loved watching Slider find himself again. Also I am a sucker for a man who is great with kids.

Cora is an extremely compassionate woman. She helps take care of Slider’s boys, and slowly helps him come back to the world. I loved her interactions with the boys and how she never pressured them or tried to take their mothers place.  Cora was just a wonderful heroine who is still trying to come to terms with the traumas of her past. Cora and Haven’s still have a very strong friendship and you can just feel it getting stronger with each crisis they go through.  I love when romances show how important a good female friendship can be. 

These two had a slow(ish) romance but man was it so hot! I loved every minute of their relationship and you just know they will have a HEA.  Also I adored Sam and Ben and thought they were wonderful additions to the story. They are some of the best written kids in a romance in my opinion. 

Trigger Warnings:

  • References and flashbacks to past rape. 
  • References of cancer and death
  • References and scenes of dog fighting and animal abuse

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Previous books and reviews for the series:

#0.5 Hard As Steel
#1 Ride Hard
#2 Ride Rough


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