Romance Book Review: Wilder Rekindled Love

Author: Sandy Sullivan
Series Connection: Wilder Series
ISBN: 1-60601-746-2
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Siren Publishing, Inc.

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In the last installment of the Wilder Series, Sandy Sullivan tells Jamie Wilder's story. Nine years ago Jamie was in love with Wyatt, but at 17 and him at 20 she knew that he needed to finish school before they could be together. Unfortunately, she knew that when she became pregnant there was no way he was going to leave her and the child alone. So she pushes him at the door and sends him away.

Wyatt stayed away for nine years. He always knew he would be back for Jamie and his child, he just had to convince her to take him back. When he first sees her it takes a little more convincing than he thought and of course there was her brothers. Those wild Wilder brothers weren't going to let Wyatt hurt their sister again.

This was a decent contemporary romance, but have to say I was a little annoyed in the beginning of the book when Wyatt was mad at Jamie for sending him away. He was the older of the two, he could of put his foot down and stayed. Later in the story though, I felt better when he admitted he took the coward's way out by leaving. 

Description:
Jamie walked away from her love for Wyatt for
the sake of his career as a physician even
though she carried his child. When she runs into
him at the local emergency room, she can’t
believe her eyes, but her heart knows she never
stopped loving him. Can she let him back into
her life for the sake of their daughter?

Wyatt knew he would return to Laramie when he
finally finished school. He never stopped loving
Jamie, but she pushed him away and insisted
she didn’t love him. He wasn’t sure he could
forgive her for shutting him out of their daughter’
s life. When they come face-to-face again, he
can’t walk away, not from Jamie nor from his
daughter.

Will they be able to get past the
disappointments and tears to rekindle their love
or will old hurts kill the feelings that still linger
in their hearts?

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