Born to Be Wild by Gloria Jean Hansen

Born to Be Wild by Gloria Jean Hansen
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (83 pages)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 3 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

A story of an unexpected steamy romance that occurred on a remote stretch of the scenic Superior Route of Highway 17 in Northwestern Ontario, Canada between a trucker and a lonely woman seeking a better life for herself.

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The romance was handled beautifully. I loved how respectful Bill, the long-haul trucker, was of Sarah. He went out of his way to make sure that she was comfortable with whatever was happening between them, whether it was something simple like giving her his phone number or more romantic gestures than that. This was exactly how she deserved to be treated after all of the mistreatment she’d known.

It would have been helpful to have more character development in this story. As interested as I was in seeing Sarah escape her abusive home life, I never really felt I got to know her as an individual. I’d be hard-pressed to describe her personality or interests in much detail at all even though she was the protagonist. While I totally understand why someone with her background would need some time to discover who they really are and what they enjoy in life, it sure would have been nice to have more hints about the happy and free person she was trying to become.

I really liked the description of what it was like to share a home with McLaren, Sarah’s abusive ex-partner. While he could have used more character development as well, I could picture exactly what it would be like to be constantly exposed to his mean-spirited comments and controlling behavior. Having this information was critical in order for the audience to understand why she left him so abruptly, so I’m glad it was included in such detail.

Anyone who adores the idea of being surprised by love should check out Born to Be Wild.

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