Georgia is still reeling from the loss of her boyfriend of the last four years, replaying the insults he threw at her and mourning the time she had wasted. She is tired of being what everyone thinks she is (boring and predictable, just like her father) so she conjures up an idea to start moving outside of the box and takes herself to a secret “Kink” club on campus. In walks lover boy, Logan, who Georgia is instantly attracted to.
Instead of taking an internship back home, Georgia ends up working for her professor and spending a lot of late nights with Logan. Their friendship grows but Georgia continues to be a typical strong-willed female and push him away. The sexual tension between the two of them is palpable and I found myself frustrated and rooting for Georgia to get it together fast!
Wild by Sophie Jordan was the perfect ending to a boring day. I enjoy these types of books because they are full of sweetness. Being that this was book #3 in The Ivy Chronicles, I will definitely go back and read the first two in the series. I love characters that develop together and have so much magic that you can see it through the page. This book is about self-development and coming to terms with who you are and what you want, as well as living outside of perception.
Rebecca is passionate and insane, empathetic and aggressive, loud and predictable. She loves reading, writing, shopping and creating. She is what she is and it may not be what the world wants but it is what it is. Love.
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