Monday, May 8, 2023

Mini-Review: A Little Too Wild by Devney Perry



                                                OUR REVIEW:

 A Little Too Wild is the third novel in the Madigan Mountain series--a series where each book was connect through three brothers and each written by a different author. In this novel we meet Crew, a professional snowboarder, and Raven, coordinator of the ski school at his family's resort. These two grew up together--he was her brother's best friend. Before you think it's an unrequited love situation--it's not. She wasn't really interested in him when they were growing up; he was interested in her but it seemed more like a passing curiosity. When Crew comes home for a family wedding 12 years after he left town, these two decide to have a one night stand that somehow goes on for weeks, much to Raven's chagrin. She was hoping to have fun and get him out of her system, move on with her life, and find a nerd boy to settle down with (she's been burned by athletes all of her dating life). Crew also thought it would be a night of fun but surprisingly found that he was hooked on her and begin finding reasons to extend his stay. 

A Little Too Wild was fun because of the secrecy, their inability to stay away from each other, and the fairly low angst involved. It was also interesting to see what the other Madigan brothers were up to. And, honestly, it was fun to read a Devney Perry novel that didn't have the mysterious, mildly threatening plot line that many of her novels feature. 

A good weekend read. 


Crew Madigan is a snowboarding legend. He’s gorgeous, rich, famous and every woman’s dream. Well, except mine. I’ll take a nerdy guy with a clumsy streak who wouldn’t know what to do with a pair of skis to save his life. Superstar athletes? No, thanks. World champions? Hard pass. Crew? Definitely not.

It’s been over a decade since Crew set foot on Madigan Mountain. Instead of sitting with his family during his brother’s wedding, he takes the chair beside mine. ESPN really doesn’t do that chiseled jaw justice. The cameras miss the flecks of gold in his eyes. When he invites me to his hotel room after the wedding, I break all of my own rules for just one night.

But here’s the problem with just one night. Crew is impossible to forget. And he’s not the only one who loves a thrill. The crash, the broken bones, are inevitable. Because together, we’re a little too wild.

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