Wilde For You by J.P. Oliver

This is a gripping, romantic and heartwarming story. Gavin is friendly, caring and protective. Benji is determined, confused and regretful. As teens in high school Benji bullied Gavin incessantly, because he was always smiling and happy, and Benji wasn't. After high school Benji got in with some not so nice people who did not so legal things. The last thing he did was drive the getaway car for a robbery, one which ended with Ryder's mother being injured. Now out of jail and in need of a job, he finds himself at the Sit n Sip. He doesn't know who owns it until Gavin walks in the door, right behind Ryder. Needless to say, neither was happy to see him. But Gavin decides to give him a chance. Being around Gavin makes Benji nervous, but he doesn't know exactly why. Ryder figures out why, but Gavin isn't too sure. As everyone gets to know Benji again they believe that he's not the same person he was, and that he had reason to act out. Gavin volunteers to let Benji explore with him, because he doesn't do any kind of relationship. Except he wants to spend time with Benji. Trouble comes knocking, and Benji doesn't have any choice but to go back to his old ways. It ends with a happy, satisfying ending.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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