As a teenager, Samantha DaSilva had two interests: running wild and messing with her posh neighbour. The neighbour moved away—the coward—but the wild kept right on going. At least it did until her hippie father vanished, leaving her in charge of the family tattoo studio. As Sam struggles to keep the business afloat her childhood nemesis returns, taller, blonder and more offensively gorgeous than ever.
As a teenager, the wildest thing Scott Sanderson did was get a crush on Sam DaSilva. When that blew up in his face he moved to London to pursue realistic goals and girls who didn’t set fire to his underwear. After unexpected circumstances pull Scott back into Sam’s orbit, he’s shocked to discover he’s still in love with a woman who doesn’t own a phone. And who hasn’t forgiven a thing.
As Sam and Scott struggle to make sense of their mutual attraction, they confront some of life’s biggest questions—can you ever really get over the past? Is it better to be safe or sorry? Is a spanking adequate punishment for putting someone’s virginity on eBay?
“This day has been such a fruit salad of fuckery.”
‘So Wild’ is a classic, enemies-to-lovers romance with a whole lot of lust, love and passion thrown in. And trademark Eve Dangerfield humor!
Scott and Samantha grew up next door to each other. They spent years pranking each other but then Scott left Australia for London. Now he is back and they are all grown up. Scott is a businessperson and Samantha is as Bohemian as ever but is now in charge of her family’s tattoo shop. Classic case of opposites attract!
“She was passion itself, wrapped in an insanely gorgeous body. She’d been that way from the moment he’d seen her. Fearless. Wild.”
If you have ever read any Eve Dangerfield then you know she is FILTHY. Like, really erotic romance with lots of humor. Always humor. And so both Scott and Sam can’t believe they are still so attracted to each other even after all these years. They both are hilarious! Sometimes unintentionally so.
“The fucking boy next door, who knew he was such a good kisser?”
This book is not as kinky as some of Ms. Dangerfield’s other books but there’s still plenty to go around here. And as always, the author’s characters have real insecurities and issues which they must work out together. Sam has trust issues which Scott is more than happy to help her with.
The tattoo shop plays a central role in this book and Sam’s sisters will each get their own story. This is a lively, hot, funny and ultimately romantic story that was really fun to read. I ADORE Ms. Dangerfield’s brand of humor and thoroughly enjoyed Scott and Sam’s story!
“It was wonderful. And painful. It was like life.”