*I received a free copy of Forever Wild from Selfpublished via Valentine PR. This has in no way influenced my voluntary review, which is honest and unbiased *Forever Wild by K. A. Tucker
Series: The Simple Wild #2.5
Published by Selfpublished on 1 December 2020
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Source: Valentine PR
Forever Wild brings the readers back to Alaska, in the midst of Christmas and a different kind of celebration for Calla and Jonah. With their families visiting from out of town, there are some frictions. However, the Christmas spirit is definitely present throughout this novella.
Romantic, tender, and with a dash of family drama, it will be a Christmas that will stay in their memories forever.
Forever Wild brought me back to Alaska, to Calla and Jonah and their merry bunch of family and neighbors.
Forever Wild is the perfect Christmas novella in my opinion. Calla and Jonah had family visiting for Christmas. Jonah’s mom and stepdad were there from Norway, and Calla’s mom and stepdad came from Toronto to celebrate with them.
Forever Wild has a lot of humor, but it also has complicated family relationships, the still beautiful romance, and all the intricacies of neighbors who have become a new family of sorts.
I loved how Calla and Jonah’s relationship has evolved since The Simple Wild, especially because in this story, they trust each other fully. They also know they can count on each other in any kind of situation.
As always, Tucker’s writing is beautiful. I felt like I was right there in Alaska with the characters. On top of that, it was such a pleasure to hang out with them all once more.
Reading this book contributed to these challenges:
- 2020 COYER all year long
- 2020 New Release Challenge