This Is Wild
From the best selling series, Something So comes the spin-off Series This is...ZoeWhen you grow up surrounded by hockey players you know one thing for sure, I was never going to settle down with one.Heck, I didn’t even know what icing was. I was too busy climbing the corporate ladder, becoming one of the most successful realtors in New York City.I wasn’t interested in dating or anything that got in my way.First, he was my client and then he became my friend.ViktorMy parents told me I skated before I walked. When I was eighteen I was drafted into the N.H.L third overall, playing in Los Angeles—the city of dreams. What more could I ask for? I played hard, but eventually, I partied even harder.Five years later I was traded a week after I entered rehab.There was no time for anything except my health and making sure I’d come out on top. I had to be better. There wasn’t another option.One of the rules of recovery was ‘don’t fall in love’ and I made it a top priority. She was off limits in every single way.Until it was too lateOne night, one decision, one act can derail everything.When push comes to shove, I’m only certain that, This is Wild.

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TitleThis Is Wild
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ReleaseJul 30th, 2019
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GenreContemporary Romance, Sports Romance, Sports and Games, Sports, Hockey, Romance

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  • Jenny••Steamy Reads Blog••
    January 1, 1970
    Each time I read this author, I want more and more. Her writing is good, addictive, and its downright leaves you wanting more. This book, was all that, and then some. Its the story of Viktor & Zoe. First, I love me some sports heroes, but mostly I love a story about redemption and healing. This book has feels, you want feels, this book is full of them. This isn't just your normal sports hero falls in love and is taken off the market, its about overcoming obstacles, beating addiction. But her Each time I read this author, I want more and more. Her writing is good, addictive, and its downright leaves you wanting more. This book, was all that, and then some. Its the story of Viktor & Zoe. First, I love me some sports heroes, but mostly I love a story about redemption and healing. This book has feels, you want feels, this book is full of them. This isn't just your normal sports hero falls in love and is taken off the market, its about overcoming obstacles, beating addiction. But here is my warning to you, it will burn you slowly😍😍 I love a burn that leaves you feeling so good. Kudos to this author, she definitely pulled off this one, I can't wait for my next read from her!!!!
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  • Rachael*Caribbean*girl*bibliophile
    January 1, 1970
    Spoilers ahead,2.5*This is Zoe, twin sister of book 1, book. Zoe is asked by Matthew to help his newest recruit find a home.Viktor goes from rehab to play for Matthew's team. He's a recovering cocaine addict but from the first meeting he's attracted to Zoe, but he considers her off limits.I likedThe Stone family and their interactions even Matthew's telling his sister's and wife about their revealing clothes constantlyI liked the family's support of Viktor's struggle especially as his family was Spoilers ahead,2.5*This is Zoe, twin sister of book 1, book. Zoe is asked by Matthew to help his newest recruit find a home.Viktor goes from rehab to play for Matthew's team. He's a recovering cocaine addict but from the first meeting he's attracted to Zoe, but he considers her off limits.I likedThe Stone family and their interactions even Matthew's telling his sister's and wife about their revealing clothes constantlyI liked the family's support of Viktor's struggle especially as his family wasn't thereI liked that his struggle with his addiction isn't glossed over, in fact it actually took up a significant portion of the bookZara and Evan had their babyThe epilogue (this was wonderfully done)Things that didn't work for meZoeThe romance between Viktor and Zoe. Now this is a slow burn because Viktor is a recovering addict which is a good thing but honestly there wasn't much build up to the romance. They had some convos, some interactions and then Zoe walks in on Viktor with his former teammate's with half naked girls and drugs. She assumed he'd been using and she runs off crying. She is heartbroken and breaks down to the point Evan has to carry her. She's upset because she loves him so much and I was honestly stunned. Where did that love come from? How? They'd barely spent time together and I think had one kiss. It just didn't seem reasonableThe first time they had sex, I'd have preferred she actually wait as he wanted, to make it to his yearAll in all this was ok but didn't really work for me.H has been celibate as he's been in rehabh had sex 3 weeks before she met H with a coworkerStruggle with cocaine addictionThere was a scene with some women and drugs that looked bad but he wasn't doing anything (I did think he could've shut it down sooner but I guess the drama would've been averted)
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  • Gayle
    January 1, 1970
    Guys I am going to be completely honest here and admit that I am really struggling with this review. Normally words don’t fail me, but this time they have. Procrastinating is normally not my thing, but This Is Wild is literally making me hesitate at every turn, it almost feels like I can’t write it…..And there are so many reasons why.How do you rate perfection?How do you prevent your own words from tarnishing purity?How can you put a label on uniqueness? You simply can’t and my greatest fear is Guys I am going to be completely honest here and admit that I am really struggling with this review. Normally words don’t fail me, but this time they have. Procrastinating is normally not my thing, but This Is Wild is literally making me hesitate at every turn, it almost feels like I can’t write it…..And there are so many reasons why.How do you rate perfection?How do you prevent your own words from tarnishing purity?How can you put a label on uniqueness? You simply can’t and my greatest fear is that I am just not going to be able to give This Is Wild any justice with my own words. The struggle is definitely real!!Viktor and Zoe's story in all honesty is like no other. It’s a rare and very unique look at life through the eyes of an addict. The struggles they face, the fear, the guilt, the pain they caused. It explores the emotional side of things, once the cloud of addiction is lifted, and what life is like when there are no more scores, no more hits. It’s just you, the you that is now forever changed and is trying so desperately hard to get better and be someone better.It also explores the devastation that addiction can cause, the relationships that become fractured, and how easily you can fall back into old habits. It delves into ones inner self and the strength that is needed every single day just to get by. It’s such a gripping story that I personally connected with instantly. I was so drawn to it that I read it until the early hours of the morning….And yes I read it through blurry tear-stained eyes because it crushed my heart. It took my breath away every step of the way. There were so many defining moments that there would be no way that I could even pin point one for you. The whole novel was written so beautifully with so much emotional depth detail that I didn’t want it to end. I wanted to hold on to Viktor and Zoe for as long as I could. But I knew it had to end, and the ending was just…...I can’t tell you because even as I think back my eyes become all blurry again because I am still feeling emotional. A powerful read like no other that I suggest everyone read. You will fall in love with both Viktor and Zoe, I just know it. 5 stars
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  • AJ
    January 1, 1970
    “He’s a broken man, there is no doubt about it, but even broken men love.”5 stars!Wow… just… wow. I finished this book at midnight and then lay in bed thinking about it until 1am when I had to get up and pour my feels out, so please excuse my scattered thoughts as I am deliriously tired and completely overwhelmed with the emotional ride that I just went on with this book. After the first book in this series, I was expecting light and fluffy, but Natasha Madison brought the feels with this one! A “He’s a broken man, there is no doubt about it, but even broken men love.”5 stars!Wow… just… wow. I finished this book at midnight and then lay in bed thinking about it until 1am when I had to get up and pour my feels out, so please excuse my scattered thoughts as I am deliriously tired and completely overwhelmed with the emotional ride that I just went on with this book. After the first book in this series, I was expecting light and fluffy, but Natasha Madison brought the feels with this one! A stunningly emotional, heart-pounding romance with drama, angst and so many feels! It’s a beautifully written story of true love against the obstacles, with a deliciously slow-burning, chemistry-filled love story that absolutely owned my heart. A perfect combination of drama, heartache, humour and romance, this is my latest fave by Natasha, and I adored every moment of it!This is the second book in the This Is series, which follows on from the Something So series. Technically, you could read this one as a standalone but the family dynamic has been built upon with every story, and you need that background to fully appreciate the connections and just how special they are as a group - it makes this book so much more meaningful than it would be as a standalone. This is the story of Zoe. She is the daughter of Cooper and Parker (Something So Right), a sibling to the rest of the characters featured in the series, and twin sister of Zara from This Is Crazy. Zoe is a hardworking and highly successful real estate agent, dedicated to career above all else (with the exception of her family). She is smart, sweet and funny, with a huge heart, and I just love her. Viktor Petrov is an NHL star who had a spectacular fall from grace. His out of control drug use led to his downfall and he ended up in rehab. Having finished his three months, he is out and starting a new life in New York with his new team, under the mentorship of team General Manager, Matthew Grant (Something So Perfect). He is serious about his recovery and is determined to claim his life back and make the most of his new opportunity.Zoe and Viktor meet when she is brought on board to help him find a new home in New York, and from the first moment they lay eyes on each other, sparks fly. Their attraction is intense and visceral, but with Viktor in recovery and encouraged to stay away from relationships, and Zoe having sworn off hockey players, there is nowhere for their attraction to go. They are upfront and honest about their feelings and where they are at, and decide instead to be just friends.It’s fun and flirty, and I loved every moment of the two of them together. I could feel that amazing spark between them, and I found myself smiling like a loon with each and every encounter. The more time they spend together, the more they begin to feel for each other, and the build-up and anticipation had my heart pounding as I eagerly waited for something to happen. But their road is not an easy one as they find themselves being in the impossible situation of falling for somebody that they just can’t have. “I’m a broken man.” I close my eyes and lean my head back. “I take it back; I was a broken man. Now I’m trying to piece all the pieces together, and I don’t have time for this.” Oh. My. God. The feels! Firstly, you have this beautiful, beautiful love story as we watch these two people easily and unexpectedly in love. Against all that is standing in their way, and as much as they try to fight it, their fall is organic and complete, flowing so naturally, and I fell right alongside them. So I also experienced everything as they deal with the reality of their situation. It’s heartbreaking and raw, and I was in tears with an aching heart as I watched it all play out. He watches me, his own tears in his eyes. “I can’t be your friend because I’m in love with you.” I say the words out loud instead of just in my head, and his breath hitches, and he opens his mouth. “I’m in love with you with everything that I have,” I tell him, “but it’s not enough. I can’t love you for both of us.” As a romance reader, we know that there is a happy ending coming. You know it’s coming, you can feel it coming, but to the characters their situation feels insurmountable, and you’re feeling everything along with them as they fight to get there. It hurts, but it hurts so good, and the slow burn is absolutely sensational! “I want you to be proud of me. I want you to be proud to stand by my side. I want to be the man you beam with pride at when you introduce. I want to be the man who holds your fucking hand because I can.” The love story is just gorgeous, and unfolding alongside of it is Viktor’s personal journey that is so beautifully written. Again, I could feel his torment over his past and his heartbreaking, constant struggle to overcome his demons. My heart broke for him, and I wanted to just reach into the book and hold him so bad! His struggles and vulnerability are raw and heartfelt, and his dedication and commitment to his recovery and healing himself is so heartfelt. And though his path is a rocky one, the strength he shows is amazing showing his incredible character. “Being an addict doesn’t define who you are.”“It doesn’t,” I agree with her. “Accepting it and having the courage to face it defines who I am.” And I love that Zoe is a part of that process. Her friendship and support is beautiful, and the inclusion of her family in all of that brings so much depth to the story. “He walks with so much baggage that he can’t stand up straight,” she starts to say.“Mom,” I say, looking down. “He’s a friend.”“Yet you can’t seem to stop yourself from being drawn to him. You can’t seem to look at him and not want to be next to him. You want to help him carry all his baggage.”“Isn’t that what you taught us?” I ask her, blinking away the tears. “Help people when they are down.”“Yes,” she answers. “And to carry the ones we love.” But despite the serious subject matter, it’s not all depressing and gloomy. Zoe and Viktor have a lot of fun and happy moments together, the romance is just beautiful, and the sexy time is really freaking hot (and absolutely perfect… and I mean that in a totally non-pervy way). Zoe’s whole extended family are a huge part of the story, and in addition to providing emotional support, they also bring a whole lot of laughs. This group together is absolutely fantastic! The love and laugh, tease and banter, there is absolutely nothing off-limits between the girls (shout out to drunk Allison), and the protectiveness of all of those alphas had me laughing out loud. Evan comes over.“Zoe, that dress is a bit much,” he says, looking at the deep V. “You need to burn that dress, actually.” He looks around. “M&M!” he shouts to the side and both Matthew and Max turn around. “Look at Zoe!” He points at me, and the smile on Matthew’s face disappears, and then Max throws his head back and bursts out laughing. It’s no surprise that Matthew charges over.“Are you crazy?” he says, taking off his jacket and throwing it on me. Matthew, in particular, brings a lot to this book. Having set himself up as a cornerstone for his family, his love, support and protectiveness is so beautiful to see. “She deserves a man who will put her first,” Matthew says. “She deserves a man who is going to love her with every single part of his being.” I listen to the words. “She deserves a man who is going to fight for her.” This is a really special read. A perfect blend of all of the things I love about romance – fun and flirty banter, wickedly funny group dynamics, heart-pounding drama and intensity that brings the feels, and an emotion-filled, passionate and all-consuming romance. I laughed and I cried, and I loved it so much. “See you later,” he says, smiling. He leans down and kisses my lips.“Dude,” Matthew says. “Seriously, that’s my sister.”“Dude,” Viktor says. “Seriously, that’s mine.” 5 huge stars!An Advanced Review Copy generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Laundry
    January 1, 1970
    The amount of buzz I have been hearing about this book has left a persistent ringing in my ears. If you're familiar with Natasha Madison books, you know she's not afraid to pull at your heart strings. So, when the rumor mill started turning saying this is her best work yet, I knew I needed to prepare myself. I went out and bought a giant bottle of wine, several types of candy and told the hubby he needed to occupy himself for the night because I had a date with a book. Never in a million years c The amount of buzz I have been hearing about this book has left a persistent ringing in my ears. If you're familiar with Natasha Madison books, you know she's not afraid to pull at your heart strings. So, when the rumor mill started turning saying this is her best work yet, I knew I needed to prepare myself. I went out and bought a giant bottle of wine, several types of candy and told the hubby he needed to occupy himself for the night because I had a date with a book. Never in a million years could I have fathomed the impact this book would leave on my heart. Never would I have guessed that a book about a recovering addict would be so relatable - so realistic - so wildly perfect. Zoe deserved an epic love story. And Viktor was just the man to give it to her.Story Line: We meet Zoe in book one of this series (side note you don't HAVE to read This Is Crazy first, however, I recommend it for full effect since many characters are mentioned who we've already met). Zoe is super successful in the real estate business. She's good at her job, loves it and is in a really good place in her life. Then comes Viktor. He's fresh out of 90 day rehab and moving from LA to New York to play hockey. He needs a new home and whose direction do you think he's pointed in? Ding Ding Ding. Our beautiful Zoe. But that's about as basic as this story gets. From their first meeting, it's crystal clear that they are going to connect on levels you and I have never even dreamed about. There's chemistry, sure. But not a single word in the English dictionary is strong enough to fully define the relationship Zoe and Viktor develop. Interaction: From their very first conversation, I was waving the Zoe + Viktor flags like a dang relationship cheerleader. There is just something about their dynamic that had me absolutely infatuated with them from the very start. Zoe with her positive and sassy attitude is everything Viktor needs in his life. This man and his wounds are fresh - 90 days fresh. He's starting over completely new. New city, new support system. New everything. I swear to y'all, I could feel this man's pain. I could feel his struggle deep within my bones and maybe even beyond that. Every time he woke up covered in sweat, I swear to all that is holy, I was sweating too. Viktor and Zoe are the epitome of light and darkness. She is all that is light and beautiful in this world. And Viktor is coming from complete darkness - he has fallen victim to the evil this world has to offer. But instead of letting that evil rule his life, he chooses light. Every time he and Zoe are in the same room, everything about the fictional world and the world all around me was glowing. It's like a missing puzzle piece was clicked back into place. Zoe and Viktor are just RIGHT.Laundry: Listen. I know this blog is all about the laundry (hint, if you're new here, laundry doesn't mean laundry. Laundry = naughty time) Anyways, I need y'all to open your minds and soak this in. Ready? The laundry was not my favorite part of This Is Wild. Want to know why? Because the character development was so much more than just leading up to laundry time. Do not misunderstand me. There IS laundry. And it is EVERYTHING. But you need to be patient. Viktor is on a journey of self worth and for he and Zoe to jump in the sack from early on, literally would not make any sense. At all. So, just sip your wine, dry your tears and enjoy the wild ride.Depth: Viktor is a recovering addict. That's not a secret. I knew this going into my one night reading binge. What I didn't know was how much this man and his story would affect me. Don't get me wrong, I shed many tears for Zoe and her character this book, but for the first time in my life, I related to the male lead a little bit more. No, I'm not a recovering addict like he is. But I do struggle every single day with a form of addiction - addiction to food. I know it's not the same and I'm not downplaying the seriousness of what he went through or what he felt. But his inner monologue hit me HARD. Viktor is a broken man trying to find his self worth after hitting rock bottom. Just typing those words brings tears to my eyes because you don't have to be an addict to know what it feels like to struggle with self worth and loving yourself. We experience the highs and lows that come with a new relationship, and the highs and lows that come with fighting inner demons. Y'all, I was certain by the 66% marker that I was going to loathe this author the rest of her life. No joke. I was nearly hyperventilating reading these words and feeling every little thing these two were feeling. Your heart is going to be put to the test. You're going to find out just how many emotions you're capable of feeling in one sitting before your heart literally combusts. But it's so worth it. Every word, every page, is written with gut wrenching passion. So prepare yourselves and be ready to meet you new favorite book.
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  • Book Maniac Forever
    January 1, 1970
    ⭐ 5 "One Day at a Time" Stars ⭐This Is Wild was such a spellbinding read that I don’t know where to start with this review! This book is so much more than just a romance! It’s more than anything a profound story of addiction and the arduous path of recovery! Natasha Madison undoubtedly fashioned one of her most stirring story to date with her trademark touch of humour and sexiness!Viktor Petrov is a very unusual and refreshing hero! He’s so different than the alpha men previously met in the ot ⭐️ 5 "One Day at a Time" Stars ⭐️This Is Wild was such a spellbinding read that I don’t know where to start with this review! This book is so much more than just a romance! It’s more than anything a profound story of addiction and the arduous path of recovery! Natasha Madison undoubtedly fashioned one of her most stirring story to date with her trademark touch of humour and sexiness!Viktor Petrov is a very unusual and refreshing hero! He’s so different than the alpha men previously met in the other books of this series and its spin-off, yet there’s something deeply alluring about his reserved nature. He doesn’t express himself that much and sounds detached at first, but he has so much on his shoulders with the burden of his recovery! When he meets Zoe Stone, she brings light in his days. He slowly reveals a little bit more of himself and what an incredible guy he is. His attraction to the sassy blonde is difficult to repress, but his insecurities brought by his addiction make him distant. He just wants to be worthy of her and it’s certainly a beautiful, yet emotional journey!I already loved Zoe from the prior novel This Is Crazy, but this time she was even more interesting. I loved how she always has some witty repartees. The defiance when the men in her life are being bossy: omg, those moments are just hilarious. Her friendship with Viktor is instant and truly sweet. She’s very thoughtful and comprehensive of Viktor’s personal battle.The slow burn was crazy slow and I was dying for this couple to get together, but at the same time it was just so impeccably executed. The pent up feelings and heartbreak that lead to them getting together had me in tears of sadness and joy. I was overwhelmed by the beauty of Zoe and Viktor that left me breathless more than once!In the middle of all these poignant feelings, there’s hilarious scenes too. I can’t express how much I love the Stone family and their antics. The men are a riot and the girls are the best to push their buttons with sassiness. But this family is also fiercely protective and supportive. I just love them so much!I can’t get over how much I adore this world! This gripping story is a must read and will have you awestruck for sure! Natasha Madison delivers all the swoon-worthy, sexy, funny moments and more in This Is Wild! Now, I’m just so intrigued about Vivienne and Mark’s story! Omg, their book will be another fantastic read I’m sure!** ARC received in exchange for an honest review **
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  • Laura
    January 1, 1970
    ***ARC Provided by the Author***Addiction is not an easy topic to tackle in any book, no matter the genre. Add in the expectations of it being in a romance, and the pressure to not only tell an authentic story but also keep you on the side of the characters is that much harder. They can be flawed, but not too flawed...it's a romance, after all.I thought the balance of this was handled very well. It kept the romance, it allowed you to understand why Zoe falls in love with Viktor; why he feels she ***ARC Provided by the Author***Addiction is not an easy topic to tackle in any book, no matter the genre. Add in the expectations of it being in a romance, and the pressure to not only tell an authentic story but also keep you on the side of the characters is that much harder. They can be flawed, but not too flawed...it's a romance, after all.I thought the balance of this was handled very well. It kept the romance, it allowed you to understand why Zoe falls in love with Viktor; why he feels she is too good for him/he isn't good enough for her; and why he got to where he is now, to where he was, and why he will never go back there again. (To this point, I loved the tiny flash forward at the end. It's a book about addiction...but it's also a romance, so you know there will be a "Happily Ever After" but, it was still kind of nice to see it play out, just a little bit.There was a lot about this book that I enjoyed. The romance, the slow burn friendship while both believe (accurately, for a while I think) that they can't have more, that he has to focus on himself, their connection, Zoe's giving heart and how much she loves Viktor, knowing she shouldn't and that he warned her not to.But, the thing that really stood out to me was how well he knows himself. Yes, it's a struggle at first as he realizes he had lost himself. But, through it all, there is a mindfulness and intentional approach to his recovery that he maintains. He believes in what he is doing, he is open and upfront about it, and he makes sure that he makes the decisions that will guide him to it. He is invested, he is all in with his recovery, and it makes it easy for the reader (and Zoe) to be drawn to him and to want him to succeed...romance and wanting Zoe and Viktor to get together aside.I also really liked Zoe and how she fell in love with him, flaws and all. She was able to see past the addict, and his past, and see the person that he was even during the addiction that was lost, covered up, by the drugs but still hiding in the corner. I loved that she sees him, from the beginning, and that each thing he tells her, each of his struggles, each of the things she sees that are less than positive are things that he has overcome, that she is proud of him for getting past.Yes, this is a romance, and it is a dual POV, but in a lot of ways, this is Viktor's story. Zoe is an important part of it, and she is one of the things that helps anchor him...but, at the same time, the person who is really responsible for moving him forward is Viktor himself.I enjoyed and recommend this title.
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  • Robyn
    January 1, 1970
    4 One-Year-Chip StarsDon’t let the cover, or title of this book mislead you! it’s also not your typical sports romance...it’s so much more! This had a gritty complexity that I was not at all expecting! I completely get caught up in these type of stories, and especially this families dynamic, it also doesn’t hurt that Ms. Madison, delivers great ones, one after another! Her side characters in these two series give them that something extra that I look for. She can really write a damaged, alpha he 4 One-Year-Chip StarsDon’t let the cover, or title of this book mislead you! it’s also not your typical sports romance...it’s so much more! This had a gritty complexity that I was not at all expecting! I completely get caught up in these type of stories, and especially this families dynamic, it also doesn’t hurt that Ms. Madison, delivers great ones, one after another! Her side characters in these two series give them that something extra that I look for. She can really write a damaged, alpha hero, who also has a real sense of sincerity like nobodies business! This was most definitely a slooow burn, as this friends-to-lovers was different from some of her other books, because it dealt in the aftermath of addiction, and the journey toward overcoming it. I kept thinking...’When are they going to get together, there aren’t that many pages left!?’ It was certainly heavier and than her other books in the “Something So” series, (the original series to this spin-off) and the first book in this series, “This Is.” These kind of stories hit me in the heart, especially when you have a close friend, or family member that’s gone through this kind of thing. “Every day that you fight is an extra day with the light.”I already had a fondness for Zoe, from the previous book, but Viktor was such a nice surprise! I love his determination to make his recovery his priority, even tho his affection and feelings for Zoe, also consumed him. His raw vulnerability stood out, and endeared me to him all the more! I thoroughly enjoyed watching this friendship bloom into something more! Looking forward to Vivienne’s boo next! I was super surprised to see who she’d be paired with and I’m super curious about their back story!
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  • Layla Sian Rathbone
    January 1, 1970
    HO-LY SHIT!!!! where do I begin? My mind has been blown with the sheer epic-ness of this phenomenal book!!! This Is Wild is the second book in the This Is series and follows Viktor and Zoe’s story, and what a story it is!After Viktors life crumbles down around him, albeit self inflicted, he’s forced to fix things by heading to rehab. What he doesn’t count on is being drafted the second he walks into the joint. But Matthew Grant sees potential in him, and having been in a similar situation himsel HO-LY SHIT!!!! where do I begin? My mind has been blown with the sheer epic-ness of this phenomenal book!!! This Is Wild is the second book in the This Is series and follows Viktor and Zoe’s story, and what a story it is!After Viktors life crumbles down around him, albeit self inflicted, he’s forced to fix things by heading to rehab. What he doesn’t count on is being drafted the second he walks into the joint. But Matthew Grant sees potential in him, and having been in a similar situation himself before, gives him a chance that sees him moving from the west coast to New York. Queue Zoe. When her big brother tells her he’s signed a new player whose going to need a good realtor, the best in town, Zoe agrees to help him, she is after all the most sought after realtor right now! Zoe has a rule, no dating Hockey players. But all of that comes into question when she meets Viktor.What starts off as a simple client - realtor relationship, soon turns into friendship that comes to mean a lot to both of them. But with Viktor battling with his demons and Zoe’s strict rule, will these two look past the baggage to see what’s right in front of them? Or will crash at the first buzzer? WOW, WOW, WOW!!!!!!! I don’t think there are any words that really do this book the justice it most definitely deserves! Absolutely hooked from the minute I started reading, completely unable to put it down, I was captivated by the rawness, the honesty and the emotional rollercoaster ride I went on as I read each chapter. Natasha takes a very difficult, delicate and harsh reality and describes the whole journey effortlessly. Having dealt with such an issue within my family, I can honestly say she approached it with honesty and grace and you could literally FEEL everything both Viktor and Zoe were experiencing and going through.Viktor is a broken man, he’s ashamed of his past and doesn’t want Zoe to judge him. What he’s not prepared for is the openness, trust and faith she has in him. What developed between them is both breathtakingly beautiful and utterly heartbreaking. I laughed, I cried, I shouted at my kindle relentlessly, but it was all worth it 100%!For me, Natasha just leaped ahead of the game with this book. I’ve always been a fan of her words, but she took her work to a completely new level and it’s hands down her best book yet!!! I cannot recommend this book enough, it’s my favourite book of the year, and I can’t wait for you to fall in love with Viktor!TEN ENORMOUS STARS! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟But for goodreads purposes, it’s a big 5/5!
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  • Cindy M. Green
    January 1, 1970
    VIKTOR IS EVERYTHING ❤❤❤I really loved the journey between Viktor and Zoe. This was a more emotional read than some of Natasha's other books and let me tell you, she hit the mark on this one! Viktor and Zoe are such beautiful and pure characters, I didn't know if my heart could take the pounding it received.Zoe is selfless and fierce in the way she loves. She doesn't judge and that's exactly what Viktor needs in his life. I admired and loved Viktor's dedication to beating his addiction. He was a VIKTOR IS EVERYTHING ❤️❤️❤️I really loved the journey between Viktor and Zoe. This was a more emotional read than some of Natasha's other books and let me tell you, she hit the mark on this one! Viktor and Zoe are such beautiful and pure characters, I didn't know if my heart could take the pounding it received.Zoe is selfless and fierce in the way she loves. She doesn't judge and that's exactly what Viktor needs in his life. I admired and loved Viktor's dedication to beating his addiction. He was all in and it showed every step of the way. These two stole my heart and their journey is one of the best I've seen.
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  • ToniAnn Papa
    January 1, 1970
    I've been trying to write my review since last night. I am at a lost for words, and that normally doesn't happen to me. haha. This Is Wild left me in a serious book hangover. I literally went through every emotion with this book. The good and definitely the bad. I laughed my ass off and cried like a baby. Real tears, not just eyes watering. The characters are funny as hell, sassy as all get out, but most importantly REAL.
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  • Catherine Cowles
    January 1, 1970
    This Is Wild is the perfect escape: heartfelt, moving, hilarious, and oh so swoony. I can’t put into words just how much I loved this story! Viktor and Zoe are simply perfection!
  • Janett The Pleasure of Reading Today
    January 1, 1970
    Wow, Wow, Wow!!! If you want a story that's going to bring ALL the feels, this is the one.Viktor is an amazing hockey player who ended up humiliated and lost thanks to his wild partying. Just when he thought everything was lost, Matthew Grant sees beyond the haunted man who's hurting and trying to come on top and drafts him to his team in New York City. Is there where Viktor meets Zoe Grant, the sassy, independent, and very successful realtor who helps him find an apartment, and the sister of hi Wow, Wow, Wow!!! If you want a story that's going to bring ALL the feels, this is the one.Viktor is an amazing hockey player who ended up humiliated and lost thanks to his wild partying. Just when he thought everything was lost, Matthew Grant sees beyond the haunted man who's hurting and trying to come on top and drafts him to his team in New York City. Is there where Viktor meets Zoe Grant, the sassy, independent, and very successful realtor who helps him find an apartment, and the sister of his boss, the man who gave him a chance when no one else would. Could Zoe be the strong woman Viktor needs to make him a better man?This story is raw when it comes to Viktor and his fight with his demons, but as much as it is raw, it feels very real. Viktor's battle is something that a lot of people are doing their best to win every day and was treated with respect and compassion throughout the story. Madison treated his character as a man who had a great deal of difficulty in his past, a man who made mistakes, but also a man who is doing his best to overcome the person he used to be and one who is worthy of Zoe, the woman he can't stop thinking about. There are parts that are so incredibly sad in this book, but you have hilarious ones to go along with the sorrowful ones. Without a doubt this book is phenomenal, one of the better ones I've read lately thanks to the subject matter, the humanity of it all, and the regard shown to everyone fighting with addiction every hour of every day.Highly recommended!!!
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  • Pauline Cassie
    January 1, 1970
    Where to start?I don't know that any review I am capable of writing can honestly do justice to the story of Viktor and Zoe. It is absolutely, heartstoppingly brilliant.Viktor is amazing in many different ways, struggling to take one day at a time but, with the support network that surrounds him since his move to New York, he is managing to follow the 12 step programme to recovery.Zoe however is everything!I usually come out of Natasha Madison's novels having claimed a new BBF but this time, thos Where to start?I don't know that any review I am capable of writing can honestly do justice to the story of Viktor and Zoe. It is absolutely, heartstoppingly brilliant.Viktor is amazing in many different ways, struggling to take one day at a time but, with the support network that surrounds him since his move to New York, he is managing to follow the 12 step programme to recovery.Zoe however is everything!I usually come out of Natasha Madison's novels having claimed a new BBF but this time, those plaudits have to be reserved for Zoe.Regardless of the issues that Viktor faces daily, Zoe accepts and cherishes him for the man she has come to know and not the man he was.She is the shining light, the chivalrous knight, the cheerleader, the warrior. All of these things she is for Viktor.They say that behind every successful man is a kick ass woman... Zoe!Viktor is broken but beautiful, and the reader lives every struggle with him as Natasha Madison pulls us through in a way that triples your heartbeat and almost puts you into cardiac arrest.So with tears, triumph and a now irregular heartbeat, I award 'This Is Wild' 5 glorious stars.
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  • Jessica
    January 1, 1970
    This story was absolutely amazing!Natasha did not disappoint with this one. Zoe and Viktor seemed doomed from the start - she didn’t date hockey players and he was 90 days sober from his last hit of coke. They quickly go from real estate agent/man looking for home to friends. It happens so quickly. They both stay adamant about not dating. But obviously something happens since this story does end with a happily ever after. An awesome HEA if I do say so myself. I am very happy we get so much story This story was absolutely amazing!Natasha did not disappoint with this one. Zoe and Viktor seemed doomed from the start - she didn’t date hockey players and he was 90 days sober from his last hit of coke. They quickly go from real estate agent/man looking for home to friends. It happens so quickly. They both stay adamant about not dating. But obviously something happens since this story does end with a happily ever after. An awesome HEA if I do say so myself. I am very happy we get so much story from past characters. Natasha does this amazingly well whereas many other authors seem to barely touch on previous couples. I love M&M so much!!! I love there relationship! And Evan and Zara have a major role in this story as well. (Evan’s my book boyfriend so I was thrilled!)This is book 2 in this series, a spin off from a different series (Something So). It can be read on its own, but you will be missing out on meeting all the other characters falling in love.I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS STORY AND THIS AUTHOR!
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  • Jackie Fire and Ice Book Reviews (blog)
    January 1, 1970
    ALL THE HAPPY TEARS!!Oh my gosh! I am head over heels in love with THIS IS WILD by Natasha Madison. Real, heartwarming, funny and just all around perfect… this book captured me from the very first word. Zoe and Victor’s story isn’t a walk in the park. It’s tough, but it’s everything. Victor’s journey isn’t easy, but I am completely blown out of the water at how perfectly Natasha Madison tells his story. Addiction is a hard thing to beat, and it’s a constant temptation that will always be there. ALL THE HAPPY TEARS!!Oh my gosh! I am head over heels in love with THIS IS WILD by Natasha Madison. Real, heartwarming, funny and just all around perfect… this book captured me from the very first word. Zoe and Victor’s story isn’t a walk in the park. It’s tough, but it’s everything. Victor’s journey isn’t easy, but I am completely blown out of the water at how perfectly Natasha Madison tells his story. Addiction is a hard thing to beat, and it’s a constant temptation that will always be there. I felt this characters pain. I was sucked in as his tale was told and I watched as he took each step. The love and acceptance from Zoe and her family is just so beautiful. I cried a few times not only for Victor, but for Victor and Zoe’s relationship.This author always amazes me with her writing, but this time it’s so much more. There just aren’t enough words to explain how phenomenal this book truly is. It’s an epic masterpiece that I loved every word of. I’m ready for more!5 stars to another amazing book!
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  • Andrea Moreland
    January 1, 1970
    This book was amazing. It broke my heart and put it back together. It made me laugh, cry and get really mad. Viktor’s struggles and Zoe’s heart made this book so much more than just another love story. Do yourself a favor and read it, you won’t regret it!
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  • Darlene Avery
    January 1, 1970
    This Is Wild by Natasha Madison is absolutely phenomenal. Madison paced this storyline and let people feel Victors battle and understand what those with addictions face every single day.I love that she didn’t rush us through the emotions, but let the story unfold along with the friendships and love.It truly takes a tribe, and sometimes that tribe is not our family but the people we surround ourselves with.And the strong women in this book rock my socks! We need to know that friendship and sister This Is Wild by Natasha Madison is absolutely phenomenal. Madison paced this storyline and let people feel Victors battle and understand what those with addictions face every single day.I love that she didn’t rush us through the emotions, but let the story unfold along with the friendships and love.It truly takes a tribe, and sometimes that tribe is not our family but the people we surround ourselves with.And the strong women in this book rock my socks! We need to know that friendship and sisters have each other’s backs. “... I’m thinking about the broken man who fights every single minute to be the better person. The one whose eyes hold the key to his soul, yet it’s locked up so tight no one can get in.” This is one book you will fall in love with! 5 Stars
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  • Ashley Gayhart
    January 1, 1970
    5 STARSI am still sitting here after eight hours, trying to find the right words to sum up my emotions for This Is Wild. I have never had such a tough time writing a review, until this one. Viktor and Zoe's story is anything but average, it is not a mushy gushy romance novel that makes your heart giddy from pure happiness. In turn, This Is Wild - HURTS down to the core. I am being completely honest when I say, my heart physically hurt, that I was nervous wreck and my stomach was in knots. My hea 5 STARSI am still sitting here after eight hours, trying to find the right words to sum up my emotions for This Is Wild. I have never had such a tough time writing a review, until this one. Viktor and Zoe's story is anything but average, it is not a mushy gushy romance novel that makes your heart giddy from pure happiness. In turn, This Is Wild - HURTS down to the core. I am being completely honest when I say, my heart physically hurt, that I was nervous wreck and my stomach was in knots. My heart was in my throat through out the book, the WHOLE book, from the pure devastation of a recovering addict trying to find himself, to the love that was so clearly not enough. To me, It was an emotional debilitating - authentic read that touched every part of my soul. And damn this author for making me feel like I lived a thousand lives while reading it as well. Natasha Madison gave meticulous attention to detail when it came down to the specifics of what all recovery entails. Not only that, but how it affects everyone around you. You see we get both sides, from the addict and the ones willing to do anything to make sure you stay on track. I felt like I was right there along the way, because her writing can put you in places you could never imagine. That is pure talent, pure brilliance, and I can say without a doubt, this is why this author is my go to. Viktor and Zoe had more character development in this book, than most do in three. Their story developed in such a profound way, no it was not easy, and it was really damn hard but in the end it happened the way it was meant to. This Is Wild has me all up in my feels right now, but I could not be happier that this author took a chance on such a book. It is a life changing MUST read.Viktor was drafted into the NHL at only 18 years old. Hockey was his life, and partying goes hand and hand with being a professional athlete. He was sucked into the rabbit hole of what is known as drugs. Now trying to climb out of the rubble, he is faced with the fact, that once an addict, always an addict.Not only that, he has to learn how to find himself. He is strong, but fearful. Determined yet uneasy. I am not going to say more, because along with you, he finds out things about himself as well.Zoe's job is her top priority. Being a top player in the realtor business is all she has time for. Her twin sister Zara is her best friend, and they are more often together than not. Zoe is a social person that can make jokes on the drop of a hat. She enjoys kickboxing, and is known as a hard ***. She is loud and proud and has the best sense of humor.Life brings you challenges when you least expect it. What starts as a business relationship quickly turns into a friendship, from there the feelings only grow, but rules are there for a reason.*I RECOMMEND THIS BOOK
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  • Sara ✨ Next Book Review Blog ✨
    January 1, 1970
    Every. Single. Time!!! Every time I read a Natasha Madison book it becomes my favorite. However, I haven't felt this in love with one of her books since last year when I read Perfect Love Story. The story of addiction and overcoming the causes and effects of it is something that hits me right in my heart. I'm thoroughly impressed with the way Mrs. Madison put this story together. One of the things that is hardest for authors to get correct for a person struggling through addiction is the amount Every. Single. Time!!! Every time I read a Natasha Madison book it becomes my favorite. However, I haven't felt this in love with one of her books since last year when I read Perfect Love Story. The story of addiction and overcoming the causes and effects of it is something that hits me right in my heart. I'm thoroughly impressed with the way Mrs. Madison put this story together. One of the things that is hardest for authors to get correct for a person struggling through addiction is the amount of self loathing we feel. The obsession for whatever our medium is. So to get through an addiction is to completely get to know yourself again as this damaged and insecure person. This is the major reason for forgoing relationships while early in recovery. So Viktor and Zoe are a serious slow burn... or friends to lovers. I'm gonna be completely real here... I'm a recovering addict as well. About 7 years ago I hit my absolute lowest. Now I was a functioning addict... working over 40 hours every week and taking care of a young child and an ill husband. I've been completely clean for 5 years. Books and blogging has gotten me through so much. So when I read a story where it seems like an author gets the struggle or understands the plight... it just hits me. I cried, no I sobbed through parts of This is Wild. It hit me. Hard. Years later and I still struggle with who I was during those times. I really have no clue how to write this review... I know, I know... I've already rambled through 3 paragraphs. This is Wild has taken over the throne for my top book of 2019. I felt everything in these words... not just this understanding and a connection with Viktor but the story in its entirety. Madison spreads hope when this illness is creating such havoc in our society and lightness to everything she creates. This is a must read for anyone who loves a deep story with a so much soul. I received an ARC of this book with the hope that I would leave an Unbiased Opinion. I was not required to leave a review, positive or otherwise, and my opinions are just that... my opinions.Check out my Blog: Next Book ReviewCheck out my Facebook Page: Next Book Review Facebook
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  • Natasha Mahadeo
    January 1, 1970
    While writing this review I wanted to page through this book. And ended up reading this story once again. It's one of the most beautiful books I have read this year. It touched my heart so deeply. Natasha Madison is letting all her haters know that she is force to fucken fear.... she shows her amazing talent at writing and capturing my attention time and time again. So this book deals with some heavy and heartbreaking issues. Viktor has been dealing with heavy demons, a past that almost destroye While writing this review I wanted to page through this book. And ended up reading this story once again. It's one of the most beautiful books I have read this year. It touched my heart so deeply. Natasha Madison is letting all her haters know that she is force to fucken fear.... she shows her amazing talent at writing and capturing my attention time and time again. So this book deals with some heavy and heartbreaking issues. Viktor has been dealing with heavy demons, a past that almost destroyed all that he had. His struggle and fight is something that you feel on every page. I ADORE THIS MAN. HE GIVES US RAW EMOTIONS AND REAL STRUGGLES.Natasha put down his struggles for us in the most tactful way possible. For a broken, damaged man that is trying to build his life up this was the perfect way to do it and he is damn lucky he landed in the right place. Zoe is my kinda girl, soft hearted yet so damn strong. She is beautiful inside and out. She has a huge heart. I adore her loyalty and willingness to fighy for what she wants. She is so protective of those she loves. And boy when her broke my heart broke. Her heartbreak was so real and palpable. There is no way you don't feel her pain and choke up. They are both to lucky to find each other, they deserve all the happiness and love. Viktor is damn lucky he met Zoe and her amazing family. These two have such amazing qualities, chemistry and willpower. They are sexy and fun. Just everything about them, this family, this book was Perfection. I hope you all enjoy them as much as I did. [email protected]
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  • Amy
    January 1, 1970
    “The house of cards is going to fall soon, and I don’t want you to get crushed by it.”“One time. One kiss. And I know it’s a kiss that I’ll be looking for, for my whole life.”This Is Wild is absolute perfection. I mean, this book slayed me in all the right ways. I’m talking cue the tears and hold my heartstrings because I just couldn’t get enough of this angsty story.From the moment I started reading This Is Wild, I knew this book was going to be special. Viktor and Zoe captivated me instantly. “The house of cards is going to fall soon, and I don’t want you to get crushed by it.”“One time. One kiss. And I know it’s a kiss that I’ll be looking for, for my whole life.”This Is Wild is absolute perfection. I mean, this book slayed me in all the right ways. I’m talking cue the tears and hold my heartstrings because I just couldn’t get enough of this angsty story.From the moment I started reading This Is Wild, I knew this book was going to be special. Viktor and Zoe captivated me instantly. Their story is real, raw and oh so satisfying. Zoe is the total package. She’s beautiful, smart and sassy. She has a huge and generous heart and doesn’t date hockey players. Then we have Viktor. Viktor was on top of the world in LA. Living the life and partying. Five years later, all that partying will catch up to him and before he knows it, he’ll find himself at rock bottom. His world has been turned upside down and changes will need to be made. He’s been offered a second chance. He’s just got to pull himself out of the dark and take it…..This Is Wild is an emotional second chance romance. This emotional read will put your emotions through the paces and deliver all the feels. This story is intense at times and deals with some very real, very raw subject matter. Viktor’s fight is not for the faint of heart, and I couldn’t help but be in awe of his strength and determination. He wasn’t perfect, but was determined to become a better man. I loved the way he felt about Zoe. He liked her, but knew that his recovery needed to come first. He didn’t want to make promises that he couldn’t keep. The chemistry and pull between Viktor and Zoe was just everything. I loved watching their friendship develop and see their journey unfold.This Is Wild is the kind of story that will leave you breathless and begging for more. Viktor and Zoe’s story is consuming and will have you devouring all of the words. This Is Wild was a wonderful book to spend my day getting swept up in. I loved every second of Viktor and Zoe’s story and I know that it’s one that will be staying with me…*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*
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  • Yolanda
    January 1, 1970
    I don’t think my heart will ever be the same after reading This Is Wild (This Is#2). Natasha Madison outdid herself with this book as it’s absolutely outstanding and to date, the best book she’s ever written. Viktor and Zoe seriously own my heart and soul. This Is Wild is a compelling, emotional and heart gripping story about the struggles of addiction and the ability to begin a new life. Zoe (Zara’s twin sister from This Is Crazy) is on top of the world. She has a successful career as a realtor I don’t think my heart will ever be the same after reading This Is Wild (This Is#2). Natasha Madison outdid herself with this book as it’s absolutely outstanding and to date, the best book she’s ever written. Viktor and Zoe seriously own my heart and soul. This Is Wild is a compelling, emotional and heart gripping story about the struggles of addiction and the ability to begin a new life. Zoe (Zara’s twin sister from This Is Crazy) is on top of the world. She has a successful career as a realtor and a wonderful, supportive and sometimes crazy but loving family. Viktor was on top of the world until his career as a hockey player took a downward spiral as a result of his drug addiction. Matthew, Zoe’s brother and manager of the New York Stingers hockey team, takes a chance on Viktor and drafts him as new team member. What starts out as a friendship between them, soon develops into so much more. Viktor and Zoe are aware that it wouldn’t be the best idea to begin a relationship however, the heart wants what the heart wants. And ultimately, they are powerless to stop their undeniable feelings and passion for each other. Viktor and Zoe’s journey is not an easy one by any means. It’s raw, bold and as much as I cried, it was well worth it. Both of them embodied courage and unbelievable strength with huge hearts and beautiful souls who truly deserved all the happiness that life has to offer. Ms. Madison delivered a thought provoking romance with a storyline that flowed effortlessly and the realistic slow burn romance was everything. The sweet and tender moments between Viktor and Zoe made my heart melt and their beautiful story gave me so much more than I anticipated. This Is Wild is epic and I highly recommend reading this five star plus book.
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  • Island Girl Romance Reads
    January 1, 1970
    This book is so beautiful l. A book about overcoming addiction and about the best support system you could have. A book about love and self love. A book about struggling every day to become a better person. A beautiful book.Zoe has seen every one of her family members fall in love. Most recently her twin sister Zara. Zoe is the hard worker of the family. She’s a real estate agent and she loves her family. She’s smart and funny and my new favorite heroine of Natasha Madison.Viktor..sigh..such a b This book is so beautiful l. A book about overcoming addiction and about the best support system you could have. A book about love and self love. A book about struggling every day to become a better person. A beautiful book.Zoe has seen every one of her family members fall in love. Most recently her twin sister Zara. Zoe is the hard worker of the family. She’s a real estate agent and she loves her family. She’s smart and funny and my new favorite heroine of Natasha Madison.Viktor..sigh..such a broken character but how could you not fall in love with him? He’s an drug addict who just completed his rehab and got a new chance with the Stingers.This story was so beautiful. Going in to it I didn’t know what to expect and it was everything I didn’t know i needed to read. Zoe and Viktor’s book is so amazing. Everything is so well written. Viktor’s struggle with his addiction. His 12 step program and the support he got from his “new family” everything was just beautiful. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ STARS!!
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  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    Holy Crap On A Cracker I loved This Is Wild, I think this book is right up there as one of Natasha's best!! She broke my heart so many times with this book, but there were also lots of laugh out loud moments. I loved the friendship between Viktor and Zoe, and I think it was just what Viktor needed after getting out of rehab, and being traded from his former team...now that may have been the best thing to happen to him though, cause he got so many good people in his life and corner, including a n Holy Crap On A Cracker I loved This Is Wild, I think this book is right up there as one of Natasha's best!! She broke my heart so many times with this book, but there were also lots of laugh out loud moments. I loved the friendship between Viktor and Zoe, and I think it was just what Viktor needed after getting out of rehab, and being traded from his former team...now that may have been the best thing to happen to him though, cause he got so many good people in his life and corner, including a new team family...which is exactly what this hockey team is...a family. I'm not going to say much more because I can never do this book the justice it so deserves, y'all just need to read this book!! You won't be sorry!! Now I can't wait for the next awesome book in this series, I know it's gonna be EPIC....Thank you Natasha for writing such an amazing book that touched me in so many ways
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  • Kim
    January 1, 1970
    This is Wild is a story nothing like I’ve ever read. Viktor and Zoe’s story was one of friendship, love, family, and addiction. I have never met a hero quite like Viktor and I have to say, he made me cry numerous times as I just completely felt his pain. What starts out as a friendship between Viktor and Zoe is so refreshing, their banter fun, yet she never once judges him for all that he has gone through and is going through. The slow burn was absolutely fantastic and when rock bottom hits, you This is Wild is a story nothing like I’ve ever read. Viktor and Zoe’s story was one of friendship, love, family, and addiction. I have never met a hero quite like Viktor and I have to say, he made me cry numerous times as I just completely felt his pain. What starts out as a friendship between Viktor and Zoe is so refreshing, their banter fun, yet she never once judges him for all that he has gone through and is going through. The slow burn was absolutely fantastic and when rock bottom hits, you feel it along with the couple with every ounce of your being. Overall, I enjoyed every single moment of This is Wild and I highly recommend this book.
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  • Madeleine East
    January 1, 1970
    This is one of those books where you have to sit and think of how you're going to put in words your review. I have never read a book by Natasha that I didn't love. All her books have meaning and are always so beautifully written. I absolutely LOVED this book.
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  • The Book Lover
    January 1, 1970
    Out of this series this is my favorite book!!! I fell hard for Vik and I will not recover because le sigh.. he is the perfect broken hero that will make you swoon so hard, you will forget to breathe!! I don't want to share it with anyone else! I've claimed him as mine!!!!
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  • Jamie Lee Zonneveld
    January 1, 1970
    This is Wild is the second book in the This is series by Natasha Madison, a spin-off from the Something so series. I love Hockey romance and this book was a really, really good one.This book is about Viktor, who just left rehab after a 3 month stay and Zoe, Zara's twin and one of Cooper Stone's daughters. Viktor doesn't have time to date, he needs to focus on himself and his health. Zoe doesn't date hockey players. I loved this book so much. Zoe and Viktor are amazing together. I hope that there This is Wild is the second book in the This is series by Natasha Madison, a spin-off from the Something so series. I love Hockey romance and this book was a really, really good one.This book is about Viktor, who just left rehab after a 3 month stay and Zoe, Zara's twin and one of Cooper Stone's daughters. Viktor doesn't have time to date, he needs to focus on himself and his health. Zoe doesn't date hockey players. I loved this book so much. Zoe and Viktor are amazing together. I hope that there comes a book for Justin too!
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  • Kizzy
    January 1, 1970
    PERFECTION!! Review soon closer to release date❤
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