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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

CALL ME WILD by ROBIN KAYE

Love, how does one define its meaning? According to Wiki, Love is an emotion of a strong affection and personal attachment. Love is also a virtue representing all of human kindness, compassion, and affection. So how I interpret this, it’s the unselfish loyal and benevolent concern for the good of another. But what if there’s someone out there who doesn’t believe in love or the idea of being in love?

Jessie James was a successful sport reporter for the Times. Her love for sport and writing was what put her on the top, not to mention she can bat just as good as the guys playing for the Cardinals. Okay, so that may be exaggerating a tad too much. But for a girl, she knows her stuffs just as good as any male sport fans. The only thing that would make other women be jealous of her, Jessie got to visit the athletes behind closed doors. That’s right ladies, Jessie once walked into a locker room full of naked athletes, how’s that for an ego boost. Nonetheless, having a successful career doesn’t mean Jessie has everything. What Jessie lacking, is love, and in her case, she doesn’t even believe in love.  

Fisher Kincaid on the other hand, he’s Mr. Perfectionist, major OCD on cleanliness, and one of the best looking heartthrob on this side of the globe. Did I mention he’s also a doctor and single?  That’s right, not only does this hunk-a-dunk has the look but he also has the brain. Talk about smart and sexy all in an explosive package. Mind you, it’s not like Fisher didn’t want to settle down and have a family of his own, his problem is, he hasn’t met anyone who’s able to tug his heart in the right direction…until now. At first glance, Fisher was drawn to the beautiful and standoffish Jessie James. But no matter what he tried, her favorite answer to him was always no. So when she proposed the idea of having a research partner for her next project, Fisher quickly agreed and even willing to volunteer himself as a test subject.

So call me cupid but I love seeing these two, from opposite ends of the stick making a go for each other.  Wouldn’t you? As the pages turn, you can see how the plot sizzles and  the explosive chemistry between the characters will make you roll over laughing. Though this is my first time reading a book by author Robin Kaye, Ms. Kaye was able hook me in right at the first chapter. Call Me Wild is riveting and wickedly funny, the comedic quirks the author included kept me laughing from the beginning to end. Especially at the way Fisher was being rejected by Jessie. Overall, this is definitely the best romantic comedy I have read all year.

You can find author Robin Kaye at: http://www.facebook.com/RobinKayeWrites

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