Wildsmith by J. J. Sachs
Wildsmith Series, Book 1
Publisher: J. J. Sachs (October 2014)
155 pages, eBook (provided by Author for review)
Book Rating: 4 Stars
Sensuality: Red Heart
Lucy is sexually unfulfilled with her first boyfriend, Kieran, so when a new college lecturer catches her eye the mutual attraction between them forces her to give more serious consideration to breaking up with her boyfriend. This story starts out with a heavy dose of sex scenes and sexual fantasies, but eventually heads into topics with a bit more substance, and I was impressed with the emotional depth the characters had by the end. Lucy could be immature and petulant, and at times self-centered, and I didn’t particularly like her, but Wildsmith was a man of many layers, and their combination softened Lucy a bit, making her more palatable. Poor Kieran, I really felt for him, so I hope he doesn’t just get left in the dust with this situation. This is part one of a series, so you are left hanging at the end here. The characters really draw you in, and I can’t wait to read part two! Great story!