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Too Wilde to Tame

Author: Denison, Janelle Set In . . .
 North America, USA, Illinois, Chicago
Genre: Romance
Time Frame: 2000s
Published: 2005
Description: FULL LENGTH NOVEL (90,000+ Words)

Mia Wilde has a reputation for being too wild to tame, but that doesn't mean she's going to let someone get away with distributing provocative photographs of her. She needs to find out who is threatening her before her overprotective brothers find out. For that, she's going to enlist the help of private investigator Cameron Sinclair - - the one man who seems immune to her flirtatious and outrageous personality. But Mia soon learns that appearances can be very deceiving.

The moment Cameron agrees to help, he knows he's in deep trouble. Because Mia isn't just your average bad girl. In fact, beneath that wild, untamable facade is a beautiful, too sexy woman who's been driving him crazy with desire. And if he isn't careful, the hot passion sizzling between them might just tempt him to do something he might regret. Like propose something hotter and wilder than either of them had ever imagined . .

OTHER BOOKS AVAILABLE IN THE "WILDE" SERIES:
WILDE THING (Book 1)
THE WILDE SIDE (Book 2)
TOO WILDE TO TAME (Book 3)
BORN TO BE WILDE (Book 4)
WILDE FOR HIM (Book 5)

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Janelle Denison is a USA Today Bestselling author of over fifty contemporary romance novels. She is a two time recipient of the National Reader's Choice Award, and has also been nominated for the prestigious RITA award. Janelle is a California native who now calls Oregon home. She resides in the Portland area with her husband and daughters, and can't imagine a more beautiful place to live. When not writing, she can be found exploring the great Northwest, from the gorgeous beaches to the amazing waterfalls and lush mountains. To learn more about Janelle and her upcoming releases Other places to find Janelle on the internet:
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