Book Review: Wild Love by Elsie Silver

by Krista


The kind of wild that comes with wanting your best friend’s little sister and knowing you can’t have her.

Forbes may have labeled Ford Grant the World’s Hottest Billionaire, but all he cares about is escaping the press and opening a recording studio in gorgeous small town Rose Hill. Something that comes to a screeching halt when he ends up face-to-face with a young girl who claims he’s her biological father. Now, he spends his days balancing business with parenting a sullen twelve-year-old, all while trying desperately to keep his hands the hell off his best friend’s sister, Rosie Belmont.

After living in the city, Rosie came blasting back into town like a storm. Beautiful, messy, and chaotic. And one wide-eyed, desperate plea for a job is all it takes for Ford to hire her. He vows to keep her at arm’s length. Tries to stick to scowls and grumpy one-liners. But with her, verbal sparring is a type of foreplay―friction that soon turns to blistering heat.

Ford knows damn well he shouldn’t cross this line. But shouldn’t and can’t are two very different things.


Book one in the Rose Hill series was such a fun read! This is only the second book I’ve read by Elsie Silver, so it’s too early to say that she’s found the contemporary romance formula, but I have an inkling that she may have done just that. This book gave me Flawless vibes. The writing style and amounts of plot and depth were just right. Ford and Rosie are hot characters with fiery chemistry, so reading about their love story was thoroughly enjoyable. I look forward to reading the rest of the series!


“I want a wild love….I want this feeling I have with you where it hurts to breathe when you get too far away, where my skin itches uncontrollably when you look at me. Where thinking feels overrated because we both know nothing and no one will ever feel like this. Like us.”

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