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Wild Fire [PDF / Epub] ☉ Wild Fire By Kristen Banet – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Alternate cover edition of ASIN BDJ This is a Reverse Harem series with graphic scenes, mature language, and mature themes Suitable for ages Full length novel of , words Riley has her pride and now i Alternate cover edition of ASIN BDJ This is a Reverse Harem series with graphic scenes, mature language, and mature themes Suitable for agesFull length novel of , words Riley has her pride and now it seems like their lives might go up in flames as hunters target them Secrets of the pride s past come to light, old grudges resurface, and Riley needs to stay strong if she s going to survive Not only against their enemies, but also with her own pride, the five males who have carved a place in her life and offered her a family she d never had The hunters won t be the only thing that underestimated the cheetah of the Kingson Pride and Riley will need to learn how to fight fire with fire.


About the Author: Kristen Banet

Kristen Banet has a Diet Coke problem and smokes too much She curses like a sailor though, she used to be one, so she uses that as an excuse and finds that many people don t know how to handle that She loves to read, and before finally sitting to try her hand at writing, she had your normal kind of work history From tattoo parlors, to the US Navy, and freelance illustration, she s stumbled through her adult years and somehow, is still kickingShe loves to read books that make people cry She likes to write books that make people cry and she wants to hear about it She s a firm believer that nothing and no one in this world is perfect, and she enjoys exploring those imperfections trying to make the characters seem real on the page and not just in her headShe might just be crazy, though Her characters think so, but this can t be confirmedCheck out her social media to catch what s going on in the worlds inside her head She drops teasers, new covers, and opens ARC reader slots through her Facebook group, The Banet PrideFacebook Page Group.



10 thoughts on “Wild Fire

  1. CaroB CaroB says:

    Happy readerThis second installment had a slower start as the story explained the natural progression of the relationships in the pride, but once the plot was well underway, the pacing and action picked up This series is a great read from a new author who will be one to watch Looking forward to her next installment in the series.


  2. Tiblu Tiblu says:

    Loved it, lots of twists and turns. some I even saw coming Loved it, lots of twists and turns. some I even saw coming Ok, loved 98.9 % of the book.I hate it when my heroine seems to get kidnapped in ever book and even though m m is NOT my thing , the hints about the brothers Gabe and Troy were just wrong I won t go into specifics but there were at least two weird things mentioned about them, that news trying to ignore when after having sex w Riley the brothers are in bed in one Loved it, lots of twists and turns. some I even saw coming Loved it, lots of twists and turns. some I even saw coming Ok, loved 98.9 % of the book.I hate it when my heroine seems to get kidnapped in ever book and even though m m is NOT my thing , the hints about the brothers Gabe and Troy were just wrong I won t go into specifics but there were at least two weird things mentioned about them, that news trying to ignore when after having sex w Riley the brothers are in bed in one side of her and Andrew in the other and the brothers start to cuddle each other and Riley is liking it thinking its kinda hot WTH The brothers give her naughty looks and Troy seems to start to feel Gabe up,before he laughs and pushes Gabe off,Riley whimpers to Andrew asking hinting as to if he knows just how close the brothers are,sadly not turned off in the slightest Hey, if they have enough shared DNA to be called brothers it s incest and that ain t cool Ever if for some sick reason thought it was hot and eventually something needed to be done at some point What needs to be done Riley Do you want two of your men to get it on w each other Two brothers at that Seriously Now, Riley in all other respects is a very cool Badass h and i think she s awesome But that is soooo NOT right,personally I don t get she could encourage any of her men in this , I thought she was like me in the I don t share dept selfish or not, if I were blessed like this I wouldn t share, but incest Please don t go there I mention it because it seriously creeped me out and every time I saw the guys together after that or their dependence on each other was mentioned or their often fragile mental states , I got a lilstressed worrying where it might lead The worst part was while Riley kidnapped,thankfully not alone all this time but still it was pretty bad..I love it, I really really did But the crap w brothers took some of the fun out of it me and kept my stress levels even higher than I would have liked What was also interesting was,I guess who tried to buy Riley yet again and who was going to show up at the endThe end part I can see why the characters never saw it coming ,but their kidnapper Yeeeeah, the guys should have figured that one out for themselves, not to take from Riley she really is smart but they should have seen it themselves, it was a bit too obviousI eagerly look forward to


  3. Lyssette Stevens Lyssette Stevens says:

    The second novel is far worse than the first Once again the author shows a painfully limited vocabulary with the use and overuse of the word Fuck It isn t edgy it s downright lazy writing I kept asking myself where the editor was when reading such things as he twisted her chin bones Or such gems as balls deep Who thinks that s sexy This author did, because I read that horrific line far too many times in one book The main character once again is supposed to be this magnificent pinnacl The second novel is far worse than the first Once again the author shows a painfully limited vocabulary with the use and overuse of the word Fuck It isn t edgy it s downright lazy writing I kept asking myself where the editor was when reading such things as he twisted her chin bones Or such gems as balls deep Who thinks that s sexy This author did, because I read that horrific line far too many times in one book The main character once again is supposed to be this magnificent pinnacle of enlightened feminism, yet all I see is a whiny, spoiled, and annoying gold digging Mary Sue What this author needs is a good dictionary, and a good editor Please, someone get this author an editor


  4. Katie Harder-schauer Katie Harder-schauer says:

    I m working on writing my review now It will be posted here eventually after it goes live on my blog I swear I m not going to let my reviewing get this far behind ever again and I m probably lying.


  5. Rhiannon Chillingworth Rhiannon Chillingworth says:

    3.5This series is far from perfect, and it is still a bit cheesy, but seeing Riley get kick ass was pretty satisfying, and I m enjoying the ride, despite its faults


  6. Clare Clare says:

    Seriously hope there sbooks I love this series so much


  7. Siri Siri says:

    Great read , i liked this book as well as the first one I loved how independent the main character, Riley was in the book and how she got to be the hero instead of one of the guys guurl powah bish


  8. Searcy Searcy says:

    Let s call this a 3.5 stars I would give it a 4, because ultimately I really enjoyed it despite the quibbles I mentioned as I was doing this re read.On balance, this is an exciting, tense, rollercoaster of a ride with strong characters that I care about I mean seriouslyher harem is pretty damn yummy The story is engrossing, with plenty of dark to balance the light, giving it decent emotional heft So despite stylistic issues my editor s brain wants to fuss over, I have been really enjoyin Let s call this a 3.5 stars I would give it a 4, because ultimately I really enjoyed it despite the quibbles I mentioned as I was doing this re read.On balance, this is an exciting, tense, rollercoaster of a ride with strong characters that I care about I mean seriouslyher harem is pretty damn yummy The story is engrossing, with plenty of dark to balance the light, giving it decent emotional heft So despite stylistic issues my editor s brain wants to fuss over, I have been really enjoying Banet s series.I am a little disappointed with the direction Troy and Gabe have taken, since I m not much for submissive men in my harem But Banet has managed to keep it minimal and not too obtrusive, at least as long as the boys emotionally heal from this wrenching installment in the next book And your mileage may vary, because they are still great characters with plenty of appeal, humor and fun And with plenty of flaws to flesh them out.Riley s character could be considered by some to nudge that Special Snowflake Mary Sue line she is a very strong character with a lot of skills who manages to go through an awful lot and remain strong But I honestly think Banet only flirts with it I think Riley has plenty of flaws and character issues and emotional trauma to work out enough to balance her And hell, I prefer my heroines to bewellheroic So it works for me and has added to my enjoyment of the series Without such a strong MC, it wouldn t be possible for all the excitement in this series at least not without the equally enormous problem of an MC that is constantly in need of rescue ugh.Oh, and I think Thomas is an especially yummy character I kept trying to work out some way for her to get him in her harem But that won t happenso now I am hoping that Banet will write a second series about him and his small pack MmmmThe book builds to a very satisfying climax even if just a hair unrealistic but I am okay with that because I don t want my heroine s to be TOO damaged And it even includes a nice, if not entirely unexpected, twist at the end that sets up for a potentially great conclusion in book 3 Can t wait to go read thatso I am off to do so Warnings There is some very dark material in here from Riley s abusive background to some seriously dark stuff in this novel So beware those of you with triggers There is also explicit sex And a lot of it Lots In many variations and combinations And some of it very very hot fanning a hand in front of my faceOverall, I am really loving this trilogy so far, and the fact that this is my third time through book 1 and my second time through book 2 should be some indication of that Oh hell, you know what I am going to bump my rounding of the 3.5 stars to 4 instead of rounding down to 3 UPDATE NOTES 80.0% Okay, and now I m remembering that the second half of this totally makes up for any issues I had in the beginningand even for all the hell and darkness and mess Riley had to go through to get here Yes 8.0% Gah, ESPECIALLY when it is just filling in the 6 month gap that occurred in the epilogue of the last book That is just too confusing Either don t write the epilogue, or put the six months in the prior book if you absolutely must have them.7.0% I had forgotten about the structure on Book 2 While I am still enjoying the story and the characters, I m really not a fan of the chapter a month concept as a way to make time pass quickly and show a developing relationship I d rather just have a big time skip and then start again when it s time to start the story again The gap can easily be filled in with passing references and occasional flashbacks sigh


  9. Alyrica Alyrica says:

    Excellent BookEven though I enjoyed the first book in this series, I was reluctant to read the second I m not sure why I liked the characters, they were all distinctive and somewhat developed and the intimacy didn t feel forced or too fast for the circumstances The h was strong and open minded but not so much that it lacked authenticity I should have been excited to jump into the second novel Anyway, after a slight delay I decided to start reading and I am so glad I did This book was so sa Excellent BookEven though I enjoyed the first book in this series, I was reluctant to read the second I m not sure why I liked the characters, they were all distinctive and somewhat developed and the intimacy didn t feel forced or too fast for the circumstances The h was strong and open minded but not so much that it lacked authenticity I should have been excited to jump into the second novel Anyway, after a slight delay I decided to start reading and I am so glad I did This book was so satisfying because bad things happened to our heroine and heros but there was retribution I loved it Additionally, the author was masterful in pacing and developement The characters were strong but flawed in a believable way I so love when the h doesn t always need to be protected and saved especially when everyone seems to think she does I also liked how the author made me feel the characters emotions, especially the h I was on a roller coaster for most of the book I definitely recommend this book for those who like adult RH novels, h s who are very intune with their sexualty and those who don t mind swearing, violence and a some possible triggers


  10. Amy Ausburn Amy Ausburn says:

    Crazy rideIn the second book of the Kingson Pride series, Riley and the Pride have a tough road they have to travel Every member of the Pride is pushed to the breaking point We meet new characters in this book as well I do want to give a trigger warning for this book a sexual assault, not graphically described but def there so be aware.The characters are still great, but I did feel Riley in particular had growth in this book I felt that she gained confidence in herself, her abilities and he Crazy rideIn the second book of the Kingson Pride series, Riley and the Pride have a tough road they have to travel Every member of the Pride is pushed to the breaking point We meet new characters in this book as well I do want to give a trigger warning for this book a sexual assault, not graphically described but def there so be aware.The characters are still great, but I did feel Riley in particular had growth in this book I felt that she gained confidence in herself, her abilities and her relationships We do get to see POVs from multiple characters, each change labeled at the beginning of a chapter and running throughout that chapter so there is no confusion on who is speaking.The writing style of Kristin Banet is one of my favorites I enjoy the easy flow and the way it draws you in The dialogue seems natural The descriptions are there without being overly wordy.The book has several plots within it, weaving together to form a story that is seamless This is a series and so we do have a lead in for the next book at the end Overall, I would recommend this book


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