To Tame a Wilde

By Kimberly Kaye Terry
(Harlequin Kimani , Mass Market Paperback, 9780373863167, 224pp.)

Publication Date: July 2013

Other Editions of This Title: Mass Market Paperback, Mass Market Paperback, Mass Market Paperback

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Description

Trouble in the tropics… 

When high-powered attorney Sinclair Adams jets to Hawaii on behalf of the Wilde family, failure is not an option. She will do anything to defend the Wilde men and their Wyoming ranch, even go up against the vindictive Nick Kealoha. He claims that the Wyoming Wilde is his birthright, but what he really wants is payback. She is sure her legal acumen and feminine charm will easily change his mind. 

Once in the islands, however, Sinclair immediately realizes her miscalculation, for Mr. Kealoha is no ordinary man. His piercing blue eyes and dark expression announce that the Hawaiian rancher is a force of nature, a force that dares to be reckoned with. In this lush, exotic paradise, passion will soon be unleashed, long-seated loyalties forgotten. After one night in Nick's powerful arms, will Sinclair question everything she's ever believed to be true?




About the Author

Kimberly Kaye Terry’s love for reading romance began at an early age. She holds a bachelor's degree in social work and a master's in human relations and has been a licensed social worker and mental-health therapist in various cities in the U. S. and abroad—but she is happy to call writing her full-time job. She believes in embracing the powerful woman within each of us and meditates on a regular basis.




Praise For To Tame a Wilde

"Terry expertly presents the story from both the male and female points of view, creating balance and allowing readers to get to the know the characters."
-RT Book Reviews on TO TEMPT A WILDE

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