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Too Wilde to Tame (Wilde Security) by [Burrows, Tonya]
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For three years, ballet teacher Natalie Taggart has lived across the hall from grumpy, reclusive, sexy Greer Wilde. Save for a handful of hellos and the occasional heated glance, they never spoke to each other.

Until the morning Greer lands on her doorstep, bleeding, beaten, and bullet-riddled.

Greer doesn’t need or want her help. He has only one goal: revenge. And nobody—not his brothers, and certainly not his too-hot-for-his-sanity next-door neighbor—is going to get in his way.

Each book in the Wilde Security series is a standalone story that can be enjoyed out of order.
Series Order:
Book #1 Wilde Nights in Paradise
Book #2 Wilde for Her
Book #3 Wilde at Heart
Book #4 Running Wilde
Book #5 Too Wilde to Tame


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1322 KB
  • Print Length: 260 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Ignite (27 February 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01NB1FYD1
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,827 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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By fionaandbuffy TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 20 April 2017
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Last book in this series and it lived up to all I hoped for. I only just discovered this author but what she put together with these books was amazing, Greer is the oldest Wilde Brother and the last single man standing. All his brothers have gotten their happily ever after.

Greer though, feels he does not deserve one. His main aim is to find the person responsible for his parents death.

But with this he is also keeping secrets. Ones that he has kept from his brothers.

Expect the unexpected, Tonya did a great job with Greer's story. And I could not put down.

The brothers are hilarous as a group and the bonds she formed with all the characters in each story just flow.
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This review is for the whole series. I enjoyed the dynamic play between the brothers, add the winding plots around made the series a hard to put down story. The tragedy of loosing parents and growing up made for bittersweet reading. Well done wish the series could continue.
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The story set up is improbable and torturously contrived from a situational and character perspective. The execution is clumsy. The characters are not engaging. Don't recommend this as a good read.
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By Erani Kole TOP 500 REVIEWER on 28 February 2017
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*voluntarily and honestly reviewed the ARC I received from IndieSage PR*

This was one of the more surprising reads for me in 2017. What started off a little slow turned into something that just got better and more intense and heartbreaking until the end, when I just pretty much crying and happy for a family I just met.

You should know that this is the first I've read of the author, and yes, I am aware that I read the last book first XD But in all honesty, I'm an urban fantasy reader were dragons and necromancers are my scene, so veering off into a different genre was an interesting experience. If not for this, I would never have found Burrows, and I can't wait to see his other brothers and their love stories. This book was filled with so many feels for me. Greer was really intense emotion and mental wise, and his vulnerability was what really did it for me. The additional hotness and adorable scenes were bonus points. I really liked the suspense as well, how it kept me guessing and trying to figure it all out until the end. It's a definite recommend from me.
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4.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 Farewell Stars! I Will Truly Miss the Wilde Boys! 28 February 2017
By Happily Ever Chapter - Published on Amazon.com
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> > Judging a Book by it's Cover < <
Bold, Vivid, Multi-layered design gives the eye plenty to look at. Fairly average font choices. This author is one of less than a handful of auto-buy names for me, so I'd not even bother to read the synopsis. But the blurb is intriguing and makes me want to read it even more.
> > Looking Deeper < <
POV ~> Third-Person
Greer - oldest of five boys. Takes on the weight of the world as a teen by emancipating then becoming the guardian to his younger brothers with the help of one of his dad's colleagues when his parents are murdered one night. Vowing to protect his siblings and bringing justice via revenge to his parents' killer, Greer becomes the darkest and solitary of the Wilde boys. Natalie - former ballet dancer due to injury. Now a night shift talk radio DJ with a psych background and teaches ballet during the day. She lives across the hall from Greer & has developed quite the crush on the reclusive grump. Already injured from a mission-gone-bad overseas and now getting jumped by a trio of teens, he somehow finds his way back to his apartment, but never makes it in. Natalie finds him in the hall after work, beaten and bleeding. And asking for help?!? He's hell-bent on destruction, she wants to save him. Chemistry is present, but there's a lot of push and pull. He has some a-hole moments, she's very smart, but too stubborn.
It's an all-star cast. The Wilde brothers and their respective women, a cameo from a HORNET, a phone call to another special guest, and some new faces with old ties. Dialogue had the smart snark, attitude, sense of humor and overall personality that I've come to expect from a BURROWS book and she did not disappoint. The cast interaction was believable. The plot was dynamic, it had depth and twists and kept you wondering and guessing about people until the end. The flow was amazingly smooth.
Most of the conflicts were internal, but those are usually the hardest. While most of the surface issues were addressed and resolved, Greer is still a work-in-progress in the end - but at least he fully acknowledges and accepts that.
The conclusion is solid and satisfying. It's bittersweet - to read the ending, knowing this is the last Wilde brother, the last book in the series - to know we may NOT get updates on the couples and their future lives. My only question mark left was Natalie's parents and their lack of responsibility toward the custody of a minor in their care.
Overall, I love and recommend this series and author to anyone that loves Romantic Suspense. Anyone who loves strong yet sensitive alpha man that are tamed by that one rare woman that completes him. Anyone who loves Smart, Sassy women that are not afraid to save them-darn-selves when they can. No damsel in distress just waiting for rescue here. A great blend of heat and heart. Adventure and Adoration.
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Rating: [R] ~ Score: 4.475 ~ Stars: 4 (4.5, if I could)
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5.0 out of 5 stars "You Make Me Want To Be....Whole Again." 1 March 2017
By Susan - Published on Amazon.com
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Five Brothers, Greer, Reece, Vaughn, Cam, and Jude; their parents murdered when Greer was 16 years old. Now adults, Greer followed his father into "black ops", and was at the end of his rope. Too many years, too many bodies! He had decided to go home, find his parent's murderer, get revenge, and end his life in peace!

Whoa! Extreme! But believable, as his depression and PTSD were serious. This Book 5 of the series stands alone well, and there is no cliffhanger. Of course, the other 4 books were probably just as interesting as this one, and will explain the relationships we find in this story. There is a really good mystery to solve and a steamy romance to enjoy! The ending is especially good with lots of surprises. A quick wonderful read!!
5.0 out of 5 stars Embracing his light... 20 March 2017
By Elizabeth E Neal - Published on Amazon.com
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**Disclaimer: As this is the final book in the series, therefore glimpses of Greer are throughout each book, I highly recommend reading the titles in order.**

Greer has always known the story behind his parents' deaths when he was fifteen wasn't the full truth. He believes, he knows, they were murdered and he's determined to exact his revenge on those responsible. He was just a kid then and had four younger brothers counting on him to keep them together. Now, they're adults and he knows his brothers will be fine without him, especially since finding the loves of their lives and starting their own families. When an ambush of the man responsible backfires, Greer finds himself in pain and needing help, though he did cause a few injuries himself because that's how he rolls.

Natalie, a dance teacher and late-night talk DJ, is coming home from her job at the radio station when she sees her mysterious handsome neighbor, the one she only knows in passing, who has been missing for months according to his brother, Reece. When she tries to help him, she's surprised to see someone she knows, and loves, holding a gun on him, determined to finish the job.

As Greer and Natalie spend time together, both while he's recovering and as they work to find closure for the Wilde family, the intense chemistry burning between them can't be denied. Neither can the almost instantaneous connection which quickly grows into something Natalie doesn't want to lose and Greer believes he can never have.

"She'd somehow become his lighthouse in the violent storm that was his life." - Greer

Will Greer find the vengeance he craves? Is the person he believes responsible truly the one behind it? How will he react when he learns the killer's identity? Will Greer let go of his desire to end it all? Can Natalie break through his walls? Will Greer admit that he's at peace when Natalie is around? Can Greer forgive Natalie for going to his brothers against his wishes? Can Greer let go of the past and look toward his future with Natalie? Or will Natalie lose Greer when a connection to her and the worst day of his life is discovered?

One-click now and follow along as Greer finally finds happiness and a new purpose in life when Natalie brings light into his dark world. Knowing this is the last book in the series is a little bittersweet as it's sad saying good-bye to  this wonderful family the author created, but ending it as she did, with Greer finding love, reuniting with his brothers, and seeing a glimpse into the family's future with an epilogue, was the perfect note to let go of them with.

**I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.**
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow no way can this be the last! 26 March 2017
By Davia Rouda - Published on Amazon.com
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Yhe series is famtastic and you do not need to read them in order but its helpful. You gain a great deal of insight and backstory going in order. That said, this book brought me to tears. The epilogue was perfect. Thank you Tonya!
The main hero is a hero on so many levels and has been trying to do the right thing since he was young. Natalie our heroine is so smart and funny and kickass i loved her! Never could have imagined a better pairing. The plot was good and complex and did not resolve until the very end with a great turn which was not from left field so that was refreshing. There is no way this series can be over we have one person left. Andy! Hello you cannot leave us hanging. So some Thanksgiving book when all the babies arriving with another Wilde security case and a resoltion for Andy please. Write on. Davia
5.0 out of 5 stars Too Wilde to Tame 28 April 2017
By janet murphy - Published on Amazon.com
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For me I think I enjoyed this book the best. Greer could on fall for someone tough like Rachel. He never got much over on her. They had been neighbors for sometime but didn't know each other. Greer worked special ops and Rachel worked a night job. Then one day Greer is found in front of Rachel's door beaten up and worse and needed help. So help he did get but she didn't put up with his grumpy self.

This w a s a great story how the author wound it all together. One lost female but content with her life somewhat and one troubled soul Greer to much bad had happened in his life along with selling his soul to the devil. Can one smart and courageous woman help him kill his demons of the past , Greer doesn't believe it.

Hate to see this series end but all books were great .

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