The following is an honest review of Wild at Heart (#2 in series) by K.A. Tucker and my suggested age rating. This review contains spoilers from the first book, The Simple Wild. You can find our review of The Simple Wild here: https://theselyricsandlines.com/708/the-simple-wild-review-and-age-rating/?swcfpc=1
Synopsis of Wild at Heart
Calla has returned to Toronto empty handed and with a broken heart. Not only is she still grieving the loss of her father whom she had grown to love, she is also trying to move on with her life without Jonah by her side. Despite her efforts, she isn’t really coping well and feels like she left part of herself behind in Alaska. Then, Jonah shows up on her doorstep asking her to come back to Alaska and try a life together. She knows her life without him isn’t working so she decides to take a chance. Calla quickly learns that you can’t live on love alone. The isolation, Jonah’s constant work schedule, and the lack of friends and family begins to take its toll. She knows the only way she will survive Alaska and all its drastic changes is to make a life for herself that gives her purpose. Sure she loves Jonah madly, but she knows she has to find a way to make this wild frontier her home too.
Review of Wild at Heart
After loving The Simple Wild so much I had high expectations for its sequel. Rarely can you say the second book in a series is just as good as the first but I can definitely say this was the case with Wild at Heart. The first book focused a lot on the forming of Jonah and Calla’s struggle to begin a relationship; it was like a rubber band being slowly pulled back and then finally released. This book examines the real struggles of an established relationship, managing time together, expectations, finances, and more. The new characters introduced in this book are as endearing as ever. They are true blue, salt of the earth people who you can’t help but wish were in your life too. This series is one I will always find myself smiling reminiscing over.
I gave this book a 4.5/5 stars on Goodreads (the only reason it isn’t a 5 star for me is because of the sexual content)
Suggested Age Rating for Wild at Heart
This book is considered an adult romance and I would agree. It does contain sexual content I would definitely consider adult. It also contains language, some violence, and other adult elements.
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