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Otto:

Seth Walker was my first love and I always swore he’d be my last. Even after he moved away our senior year in high school, we vowed to reunite after graduation. But when he suddenly broke things off without explanation and crushed my heart, it was my turn to run.

After a decade in the navy, I’ve finally come home ready to move on with my life as Hobie’s newest firefighter. Unfortunately, the minute I set eyes on the new sheriff in town, I know I’m screwed. Hobie’s top cop is none other than Seth Walker.  

Turns out, he’s come home too. And hell if he doesn’t have a lot of explaining to do. 

Walker: 

I thought I was doing the right thing when I walked away from Otto Wilde 10 years ago without an explanation. I was wrong. I also thought I could come back home without having to face my past mistakes. I was wrong about that too.

What I’m not wrong about: The fact that my heart catches fire every time I set eyes on the sexy man. The fact that I can’t imagine my life without him. The fact that things are still just as complicated now as they were then. And the fact that I have a lot of work ahead of me if I expect to win him back. 

Just when things start heating up between us again, a serial arsonist strikes and suspicion falls close to home. I already lost Otto to a secret long ago but I’ll be damned if I let another threaten to send our future up in smoke.

Because Otto Wilde is mine, and I don't plan on ever letting him go again. 

Each novel in the Forever Wilde series can be heard on its own or as part of the series. Fair warning, there will be nekkid man parts touching, meddling patriarchs, sweet second-chance love themes, and a dearly departed donkey named Debbie Gibson.

©2018 Lucy Lennox (P)2018 Lucy Lennox

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Lucy and Michael = Perfection

Lucy's book is amazing what Otto and Seth have had to endure for 10 years apart before once again meeting is awful but it has shaped them into the men they are today. Beautifully written. Michael just knows how to narrate they complement each over perfectly

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  • Xia
  • 17-04-2018

Sooo good it hurt.

OMG Lucy and Michael never disappoint I wish I could give more stars. Can't wait for the next...

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 16-04-2018

Loved this Story!

This book is one of the sweetest I have read. The narration was fantastic! I think the narrator really found his groove as far as inflection and intonation. it allowed me to really get into the book and enjoy it more. it was a sweet journey!

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  • ILoveBooksSue
  • 17-04-2018

Otto and Seth...sigh

Lucy Lennox hit it out of the park again. I love this series! The family dynamics are amazing. The Wilde family is a family I want to join. This book has all the feels...Otto is so courageous and brave. Seth is sweet. Both have this incredible sense of valor that you just sit in awe of them. If you haven't started this series, you truly need to. Michael Pauley, I think I have typed your name more than my own in recent months, simply to let others know how great you are at your job.

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  • Belen
  • 09-06-2018

Forever Wilde #3

I love Second Chance romances, but I'm a hard sell with them too, especially when forgiveness is necessary. I require a lot of groveling, and that was definitely missing here.

Told in a dual POV the story begins with childhood sweethearts Seth Walker and Otto Wilde reuniting after more than a decade apart.

"Ten years. Ten years since I'd last seen the other half of myself, the boy I'd loved since I was eight years old and had fallen into the pond between our properties." -- Seth

There's very little explanation on Seth's part at first for cutting off all communication with Otto. Personally, the reason for their separation, which includes a whole lot of miscommunication, was problematic for me.

The chemistry between Seth and Otto is extremely apparent, but it just seemed that Otto forgave Seth very quickly and Seth got off a bit too easily (ha! No pun intended). The romance seemed to rely far more on Seth and Otto's young love, and the hot and heavy sex they have now they're reunited, rather than the development of the character's romance and their reasons for being together now. There just wasn't enough page time given to them getting to know each other as adults with all their baggage.

My biggest issue with Wilde Fire is, put simply, I am not a fan of ridiculous martyrdom behavior. First Seth's leading to their initial separation and then later Otto's in order to protect the arsonist.

Regardless of my personal peeves, this is a pretty intense and entertaining story. The suspense surrounding the arson was interesting and incorporated well into the rekindled romance. I love the supporting characters, and there's enough humor to simply make me a happy listener.

Wilde Fire was an entertaining listen. Michael Pauley uses distinctive character voices, which is impressive considering the large cast in the story. I found it an interesting choice on Pauley's part that even though both characters were raised in the same town, he doesn't use the same accents for both men, instead Seth's accent was more northern sounding, while Otto remained with a harder southern accent.

Recommended for those who like a Second Chance romance with lots of passion, a suspenseful side plot, a great supporting cast, and great narration who don't mind some miscommunication that's cleared before the HEA ending.

I'm really looking forward to Hudson's story and spending more time with the Wilde clan!

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  • TNI
  • 09-05-2018

I wanted to love this book.

OK first thing Michael Pauley always does a great job with his narration but my God this book just rubbed me the wrong way. Piture a beefy sheriff ans a beefy firefighter who are always crying at each other and wrap that up with a lazy plot and then a cliffhanger for an ending and you get this book. like I said Michael does a great job but if he cried one more time in this book I was going to get a refund. I'm not saying men should not cry but this was a bit much.
I have enjoyed the series so far with Felix and the Prince beong my favorite. This story just seem to be lacking in so many different ways.
The letters at the beginning of each chapter just become annoying and I feel like there's two parts of the story where there should have just been one.
I wish she would have focused on the family issues and ended with that or just focus on the fire issues and ended with that. there seems to be a lot of loose ends with both plot lines.
Also shame on her as a writer for assuming that any decent firefighter what allow an arsonist to get away no matter what the age. I don't want to give too much of the story away but as soon as I read that and saw what he was going to do I was like no.
if there's going to be another book I would suggest you read this one that way you're not blinded but be prepared to be like what the f***.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 13-08-2018

Another Great Story.

Once again happy with the author and narrator. Having been restricted to being home, this series has been a fantastic diversion.

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  • Rebecca
  • 07-08-2018

Hot Hot Hot!!!

you can never go wrong with a Michael Pauley narration and for Lucy he hits it out of the park every single time! his voice and the Wilde men & Marian Men are awsime! can't wait for more!

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  • WordNerd
  • 06-08-2018

One of my favorites.

Every time Lucy comes out with a new book, it's my favorite, until her next book! Wilde Fire ties with Felix and the Prince as one of my absolute favorites. It's got a fantastic plot, mystery, and resolution, and as always, Michael Pauley is an absolute necessity! <3

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  • Smitten with Reading
  • 28-07-2018

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My Review:
Overall: 4.75
Performance: 4.5
Story: 4.75

I think this is my favorite book that I've read from Lucy Lennox so far. This one was so good, but you know...a sheriff and a fireman...that's pretty much a sure-bet kind of combination, right?

Okay...so this story...all is not what it seems when the story begins. Seth and Otto have a history. It's a deep and serious history...but things blew up between them and they went their separate ways. BUT the emotions NEVER ended.

The book is one big suspense novel about what the heck happened that split them apart and what exactly is going on now...because despite their deep levels of commitment between them, there are also a lot of things going unsaid. Reading as fast as possible to find out those things is what makes this story a great read.

It's also a great read just because of these two guys. Despite all the chaos in their lives, they are utterly committed to one another and that is such a good thing, because these two are PERFECT with each other. I loved them both so, so much.

There's also a real suspense line happening in the background that was actually pretty good. It kept me guessing.

I definitely recommend this whole series, but if you're only going to read one of these books, make it this one. You won't regret it.

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  • Leezard_Love
  • 23-07-2018

Sweet reunion of soulmates

I love Lucy Lennox and Michael Pauley. They are always must listens for me. This was such a sweet story of childhood sweethearts that are reunited but while there was definite areas of drama and all, it was so obvious of their love for one another and it didn't give me that feeling of dread. It really was just a sweet reunion of soulmates.