Dr. Alexandra Wilde, a critical care physician for children in Haiti, Mongolia, and Botswana, devotes her life to her work. A chance encounter with Ian Devall, an obnoxious, sex-crazed philanderer, in Botswana threatens to sabotage her meticulously-planned existence. her long-time companion Rox would not allow Alex to be the same person she’s always been. It doesn’t help that as she gets to know Ian, he turns out to be more than just a playboy. How much does Alex want to leave her cocoon and embark on a new adventure? In HK Jacobs’ seductive and sparkling debut novel, Wilde Type, you’ll find out.
HK Jacobs’ debut novel drew me in from the start and kept me riveted throughout its sensational story. Every aspect of it was enjoyable, from the well-developed characters to the unexpected twists and turns, to the medical details and the witty dialogue. Rox’s spontaneity was one of my favorite aspects of the story. These entertaining events are part of what makes Wilde Type’s brilliance so compelling: Paris trips, posh dinner parties and wildlife safaris. In Wilde Type, I laughed, I shed a tear, I sighed with contentment, and I pondered the meaning of life in a variety of ways. Readers who enjoy romantic comedies with a complex plot, a lot of conflicts, and a satisfying conclusion will enjoy Wilde Type.
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