Thursday, August 4, 2011

Wilde Nights

This is the fourth in the Brothers of Wilde Nevada series by Chloe Lang. I've anxiously awaited each new addition and was a little disappointed in this book. I found this book to be more artificial than the others. The flow of the book seemed off and this may be caused by the strands of the story beginning to shift together. But I’ve developed a relationship with the Jessie and her men so I’m willing to keep reading along.

Wilde Nights [The Brothers of Wilde, Nevada 4] (Siren Publishing LoveXtreme Forever)In Wilde Nights, Jessie spends time with Denver, the more intense brother, who takes it upon himself to teach her about the BDSM world on the premise of preparing her for Austin, their eldest brother who lives the BDSM lifestyle 24/7, since the brothers hope to share her in marriage. In previous books, Denver has held himself back from Jessie although he has participated in the ménages with her and his brothers. It was nice to see Denver’s personality come through as the author does create unique personalities, and therefore unique relationships between Jessie and each man.

As Denver introduces her to the lifestyle, she connects with him on a different level from the other brothers. I had a difficult time shifting into the BDSM-style sex which also seemed awkward and unnatural, as if it wasn’t natural for the characters themselves. It doesn’t take Jessie long to begin calling him “Sir” and Denver is taken by her courage and control. Falling deeper and deeper for her, he’s past all his limits, and still she wants more which tells him she just may be the right woman for Austin. So perhaps the BDSM scenes will seem more natural in the future book with Austin.

The author introduces other secondary characters who play important roles in developing the main characters. Mrs. Wilde, the brothers' mom, takes an active role as Jessie's mentor, helping her see just how her relationship with the Wilde brothers is possible. Then with a visit from her father, Jessie makes some discoveries about her family that change the way she sees herself and allows her to open up to the possibility the brothers are proposing. The strands of the story are finally coming together but the flow is still abrupt and I suspect only the final book will give us the answers we are waiting for.

NOTE! This is one of Siren's newest serialized imprint series. This is Book 4 of 6 in the The Brothers of Wilde, Nevada collection and is not stand alone. Each book is a continuation of the previous book and must be read in the numbered order. Each book may end on a cliffhanger but usually with a happy-for-now for the heroine and one or more men. The final book contains a happily forever after for the heroine and all her men.

This review was originally written for The Romance Reviews and is also posted at:
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