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kindle » Wild Games Ò read ☆ dogsalonbristol Ñ ⚦ Wild Games Books ✫ Author Mila Rossi – Despite warnings of annoying mosuitos and beastly spiders Becca Glover couldn’t be excited about her expedition to Costa Rica Rooming with Matt Ritter however is an inconvenience she Muscles she can’t stop staring at Hired to lead a group of scientists through the jungle Matt is convinced the fiery redhead is intent on making his job harder than it needs to be Rebecca doesn’t listen and seems to invite danger at every turn Her attitude is as much of a distraction as her curves a Received a copy of the book from the author in exchange for an honest reviewWhen I was asked if I would read and review Wild Games by Mila Rossi I was intrigued Here is a contemporary romance with a premise different from many of the contemporary romances I have read Becca Glover is a scientist and she is eager to have the opportunity to explore plant life in Costa Rica After years of hoping that she would have the chance to go on this trip with her colleagues at the university she finally gets the chance Only what used to be seen as the dream trip uickly turns into a nightmare–at least in Becca’s eyesAs soon as Becca arrives her ankle brushes a poisonous at least I think it was somehow poisonous plant which then causes her ankle to swell massively She’s in pain and struggling to make her way to camp with the rest of the group Matt the man hired to safely lead the group of scientists through the Costa Rican jungle is there to help Becca But helping Becca isn’t so easy when all the two can do is bicker at each other The bickering and tension only gets worse when Becca and Matt find out that they have to be roommates for the duration of the tripSo you see the premise of this story really excited me Here we have a bright female scientist and an angsty male in a uniue jungle setting What could I ask for And I always love bickering that is a result of sexual tension and these two definitely bicker and definitely exude sexual tension; however this time around I didn’t feel like the bickering and sexual tension were related I feel like the bickering and sexual tension should have been related and that they could have been if there was of a background story I think that was probably my biggest hurdle–the fact that the book lacked description and reflection But there was plenty of great dialogue and dialogue is always my favorite part of a bookI honestly couldn’t figure out why Becca and Matt were bickering right from the start I mean yeah I’d be pissed to hurt my ankle at the start of my dream trip but I didn’t feel like that was a good enough reason for the continuous yelling Also Matt was grumpy from the start of the book before he even met Becca and I just don’t understand why The two need to work on their communication skills They really said some mean things to each other that just made me go “WHAT WHY RUDE” So the very real sexual tension kind of came out of nowhereI don’t want to say they weren’t believable as a couple because they were I loved when she complained about him not wearing a shirt because it was distracting and I loved when Matt rescued Becca from the jungle and I must say the rest of her scientist team really sucked at that moment In fact I wish there were moments like these– moments where they weren’t bickering–moments where they enjoyed drinking from coconuts for than one secondSo in summary I guess my final thoughts are that even though I know Wild Games was novella than novel it felt a little rushed The premiseideas and first inklings of characters are there–so the bones are there But the bones were missing some meat I really hope this disgusting metaphor makes senselolNow a HUGE thank you to Mila Rossi for allowing me to read Wild Games I imagine it’s not easy handing over the words of your heart and mind to a stranger I look forward to reading of your work I think I’ll check out Lost Found next ☺️Originally posted

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Despite warnings of annoying mosuitos and beastly spiders Becca Glover couldn’t be excited about her expedition to Costa Rica Rooming with Matt Ritter however is an inconvenience she doesn’t see coming He wields a machete shaves with a knife and needs to wear a decent amount of clothes to cover the Wild Games by Mila Rossi 4 starsReviewed by Char for Late Night Books and ReviewsThis contemporary romance was set mainly in the jungles of Costa Rico with main characters Becca and Matt Rebecca Glover a college employed scientist is ready to set forth on her first adventure and first real field experience to study plants and trees in the wild Matt Ritter was hired by the college to accompany the scientists and provide protection for their group while they are in the research facility Immediately upon landing Becca’s adventure turns somewhat sour The airline loses her luggage and she is forced to hike for two hours through the jungle without the proper long pants and boots Shortly after her journey begins she brushed against a poisonous plant that causes her ankle to painfully swell and walking to be almost impossibleMatt is asked by the group leader to assist Becca who is stubborn and doesn’t appreciate the help She was the cause of numerous bickering sessions This could be caused by her having a bad day from the lost luggage and then getting injured The bickering continued throughout their trek but got worse when Becca and Matt were told that they have to share a cabin for the whole tripThis is a great story line I just love that it is set in a jungle with a sexy capable protector and a slightly up tight scientist who bicker but are secretly attracted to each other These two bicker constantly but it seems like Becca is the cause of most of it sometime unnecessarily Matt was a little reserved and sullen in the beginning of the book although I’m not sure why that is Maybe Becca was picking up on the vibesWhen they were not bickering they have some good chemistry going between them I would have liked scenes when they were getting along and some information about the characters The romance was there but could have been expandedThis was a short book a novella than novel which made the story feel a little rushed but I did enjoy it The writing was good and I really liked the dialogue which is important in a good book I am interested in reading another book from this authorFour stars Late Night Books Reviewer Char

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Wild GamesNd emerald green eyes Now if he could only pay as much attention to his job as he does to her their one month adventure would fly by without a hitch Hot temperatures wild animals and a shared tree house are just the beginning of Becca and Matt’s obstacles The real challenge lies in surviving each othe Wild Games was a short read but enjoyable Becca and Matt get off on the wrong foot together and spend the first half or so of their time in Costa Rica sniping at each other Both feel an attraction toward the other Matt keeps walking around the treehouse hut the two are sharing for the duration only half clothed which distracts Becca to no end; she inadvertently gave Matt an eyeful at the outdoor shower one afternoon but they're determined to ignore the pullUntil they can't ignore it anyBut one night together doesn't seem to change too much the two appear bound and determined to misconstrue and misunderstand each other at every opportunity and even when a second night happens a throwaway comment from Becca pretty much guarantees the two are going to spend the rest of the research trip at odds Can their relationship be savedThere were several cute moments and some pretty amusing ones as well which combined to balance out the frustration that came from knowing Matt and Becca could have resolved a lot of relationship angst by sitting down and talking to one another They had some real chemistry together and it all ended in a sweet HEA which together placed this book firmly in the plus columnRating 3 12 stars B I received a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review