Something Wild by Anna Martin

Something Wild by Anna Martin
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary, Action/Adventure, Mystery/Suspense
Length: Full Length (216 pages)
Other: M/M, Masturbation, Anal Play
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Paperwhite

The South Pacific Archipelago is home to a tiny island community of around three hundred scientists… and twenty thousand dinosaurs. As a paleogeneticist, Kit Sterling leads a team studying the dinosaurs to unlock the unanswered questions of evolution.

But there is something more dangerous than dinosaurs on the islands.

Head ranger Logan Beck discovers evidence of poachers, while rumors of a black market for dinosaur leather swirl around the community. Kit and Logan haven’t always gotten along professionally, though that has nothing to do with their attraction to each other. So when they’re thrown together to save an injured infant dinosaur, their professional disdain turns into a clandestine romance.
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With not just the injured dinosaur at risk, but all of the precious dinosaurs on the islands too, Kit and Logan have to figure out how to balance their budding romance without letting their careers go extinct.

I liked this, it was different!  It’s not often we get to read about dinosaurs, and I was a little uncertain at first, but I did enjoy the way they were explained as still existing.

I liked that both Kit and Logan have a say, in the third person POV. I liked that the danger to the dinosaurs wasn’t immediately obvious or clear.

I liked that both guys danced around the other for a long time! I liked that it is, on the whole, far less explicit than my usual fair.

I LIKED the book, I just didn’t love it, is all.

It’s not a difficult read, danger to dinosaurs aside, and it is well written, and I did read most of it in one sitting.

It’s a *NICE* book, and if you follow my reviews, you will know how much I dislike using that word to describe a book but it’s the only one I can find for this… 3 good, solid stars.

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