Wild Thoughts by Delaney Diamond

Wild Thoughts by Delaney Diamond
Publisher: Garden Avenue Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (146 pages)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4.5 stars
Reviewed by Chamomile

He’s an introvert. She’s an extrovert.
He’s celibate. She’s…not.
What could possibly go wrong?

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Lindsay Winthrop’s weekly podcast on sex and dating has garnered thousands of listeners across the country, thanks to experience with a loving fiancé she’s been with for years. Except, her husband-to-be doesn’t exist, and now she’s in a bind. With a book deal on the line, she has to find a man fast, and Malik Brooks might be just the man she’s looking for.

If he knows what’s good for him, he’ll stay away from her…
A few years ago Malik gave up sex and now works hard as a metal sculptor. In doing so, he’s created enough pieces to fill a gallery, and his vow of celibacy has kept him focused. When a major deal falls through, Lindsay makes him an offer he can’t refuse, and all he has to do is pretend to be her fiancé. Sounds easy at first, but after one kiss, he wants more. Then things really get interesting.

From the start, I knew I was in for a fun ride! A fake-relationship is one thing, but these two have a whole lot of…work ahead if they’re going to make this work!

This is the first book by Delaney Diamond I’ve read, and while it’s part of a ‘series’ it read easy enough as a standalone. I enjoyed this Contemporary Romance more than many others I’ve read, so that’s an extra plus, I’ll have to remember to read more of her books in the future.

I loved the main characters Lindsey and Malik early on, and enjoyed watching their relationship, and individual personalities and lifestyles change as they adjusted to the changes happening in their lives. The romance was well done, and definitely steamy, but it was made more intimate by how well her personalities were developed, and the dialogue between them was spot-on!

I highly recommend this one who enjoys caring and fun loving characters, fake-romances, or spicy romances!

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