The Wilde One

The Wilde One Untamable sexy and a complete rogue Adrian Wilde than lives up to his last name The sports enthusiast loves any kind of adventure especially with the opposite sex and he s determined never to let a

  • Title: The Wilde One
  • Author: Janelle Denison Erika Wilde
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 307
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Untamable, sexy, and a complete rogue, Adrian Wilde than lives up to his last name The sports enthusiast loves any kind of adventure especially with the opposite sex and he s determined never to let any woman change his bad boy image It s a feat he manages well, until Chayse Douglas asks him to pose for her charity Outdoor Men calendar He agrees, but only if ChayUntamable, sexy, and a complete rogue, Adrian Wilde than lives up to his last name The sports enthusiast loves any kind of adventure especially with the opposite sex and he s determined never to let any woman change his bad boy image It s a feat he manages well, until Chayse Douglas asks him to pose for her charity Outdoor Men calendar He agrees, but only if Chayse is willing to get those pictures at his cozy mountain cabin It promises to be one provocative weekend, especially when Adrian discovers that Chayse wants him to teach her the seductive pleasures only a bad boy can know and as the nights turn very steamy, Adrian finds that sweet, sensual Chayse is the only woman who can tame his wild heart

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    About "Janelle Denison Erika Wilde"

    1. Janelle Denison Erika Wilde

      It s hard for me to imagine that I ve been writing romances for over twenty years now I started at the young age of 21, just after I got married Reading romances, and then writing them, came about as a result of having too much time on my hands When I first married my husband Don, I was working a regular nine to five job and he worked swing shift, from four in the afternoon until midnight It wasn t an ideal schedule for newlyweds, and in order to pass those hours when I was alone I started reading romances, and eventually tried my hand at writing them The road to publication wasn t an easy one It took me five years and dozens of rejections to make my first sale, which was to Harlequin for their Stolen Moments line THE FAMILY MAN, written under the pseudonym Danielle Kelly, was one of the twelve novellas published in 1993 for this promotional line It took me another two and a half years and rejections to sell my second book HEAVEN S GIFT written under my own name was published in October 1995 by Leisure Love Spell for their An Angel s Touch series Another two years passed of collecting even rejections before I finally sold to Harlequin Romance and Harlequin Temptation At the time, writing for both Temptation and Harlequin Romance provided me with a wonderful creative outlet for both my modern, ultra sexy stories, and my warmer, traditional romances But as the years passed, I realized how much I enjoyed writing the sexier stories and streamlined my career accordingly so that I was no longer writing the sweet traditional romances, and instead focused on the hotter, sexier stories for Temptation and Blaze After writing over two dozen books for Harlequin, I decided to branch out I wanted to write anthologies and single titles, and came up with an idea about three sexy brothers with the last name of Wilde Little did I know that those Wilde brothers would become such a sensation with readers In the second Wilde book, WILDE THING, four Wilde cousins were introduced, and readers started writing in for their stories, too It s been a joy and pleasure to write each of the Wilde stories, and I want to thank everyone for purchasing those books and putting them on the USA Today Bestseller list I ve been a full time writer for years, which consists of being deep in deadlines, writing proposals growling at the husband to fix a glitch in the computer so I can get back to work , perusing contracts, line edits stressing over a scene that won t work or characters that just won t talk or cooperate with my plans for them , galleys, art fact sheets, promotion, and other publishing paperwork Admittedly, I wouldn t trade all the craziness in for pantyhose, rush hour traffic, and a nine to five job again Writing is hard work, but I find the rewards are well worth the effort Fan letters are one of those priceless rewards, and can keep me on a high for days I ve met the most wonderful people through my books, some of which I now consider good friends.

    570 thoughts on “The Wilde One”


    1. Reviewed for THC ReviewsIt’s been a really long time since I last read a Janelle Denison story, which also, as it happens, was the previous story in her Wilde series. I seem to recall there being quite a bit of similarity between the first three Wilde stories, which might partially account for me putting this author on the back burner for a while. Thankfully, The Wilde One was a little different than those three stories. While the heroine of this novella is still rather commitment-phobic, it [...]


    2. Chayse is stubborn, persistent, determined and provocative. She wants Adrian for her calendar and no isnt in her vocabulary. Adrian rebuffs her at every turn. His secret is not to be shared and giving in to Chayse would force him to reveal it. Tired of her relentlessness, Adrian corners her and issues a challenge. Spend the weekend with him and he'll do the calendar shoot. Chayse initially backs away but surprises him by showing up at the family cabin prepared to accept his challenge. What ensue [...]


    3. This is the book about the final Wilde brother, Adrian. He meets Chayse Douglas who wants him to pose for her "Outdoor Men" calendar. She is determined and he finally gives in on one condition, she has to take the pictures at his cozy mountain cabin. She surprises him by turning up at the cabin and it turns into a very steamy weekend. After the weekend she disappears and he has to track her down.


    4. I have read her books, to reread them again gives you the same feelingShe is an outstanding author. Read one and I promise you will read all the old ones and look for the new oneMarcia Brooks



    5. This was a pretty good quick read. The characters were interesting and there was plenty of heat. My only complaint was I felt the ending was rushed, but I still enjoyed it.



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