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Emma Castle

Love in the Wild



A Sensual, Powerful, And Thought Provoking Tarzan Retelling 
Eden Matthews stumbled upon the discovery of a lifetime while photographing wildlife deep in the heart of Africa…
A gorgeous god of a man living in the wilds of the African jungle among a family of gorillas…
When he saves her life she’s compelled to uncover the man’s tragic past and the fate which led him to grow up in the wild.
But Eden soon learns she can take man from the wild, but she can’t take the wild out of the man…
When her savage savior soon shows her just what he wants of her…her sensual surrender, she finds she can’t resist him teaching her how to love…in the wild.
294 printed pages
Original publication
2020
Publication year
2020
Publisher
Lauren Smith
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Quotes

  • Hanae Taibinehas quoted3 months ago
    You will find that much of Love in the Wild varies from Tarzan not just names but also the location which here is set in Uganda rather than coastal Africa.
  • b8763408221has quotedlast year
    clothing splattered with blood and mud. Behind him were four other men with stony, empty black eyes, all armed. They were a mix of white and black men, and the heavy weapons they carried meant they were most likely rebels. Or worse—poachers.
    “We were supposed to be safe,” one woman whispered to herself. “This is a national park. We have permits . . .”
    Permits didn’t matter to men like these—these were the true monsters of the jungle.
    “Keep your mouths shut,” the leader snapped. She didn’t dare take her eyes away from him. His gun swung a few inches to Eden’s left at the older woman who’d spoken.
    Eden’s heart was beating so fast she was amazed she hadn’t had a heart attack. These men wouldn’t let them go. They were going to kill them and leave their bodies in the Ugandan jungle, never to be found. The gorillas she had come to photograph had fled before these men had arrived, as if they had sensed the danger. If they were poach
  • Estrellita Alison Anaí Peinado Munguíahas quoted2 years ago
    A mate was sacred, and he’d made her cry, which meant she was in great pain.
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