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Title: Wild for You
Series: Hot Jocks #6
Author: Kendall Ryan
Publisher: Self Published
Publication Date: 20 April 2020

Synopsis from Goodreads

He’s growly. Grumpy. Stubborn.

And now, my new roommate.

Walking away from my disastrous last relationship was an easy decision, but moving in with a friend-of-a-friend hockey star who’s rarely home? Not quite as simple, because Grant makes me feel all kinds of things I’m not prepared for.

Protected. Desired. Unsteady.

She’s beautiful. Smart. Tempting.

And a little fragile.

I’ve never been anyone’s knight in shining armor, but when Ana needed a place to stay, it was easy to offer her a room with me.

Not so simple, though, is keeping my hands—or my mouth—to myself. And the night she crawls into my bed and shares her body with me? Heaven.

But she’s not looking for a relationship, and to my surprise, I find myself pissed off by that idea.

They say my heart is broken, that I’ll never settle down. I used to think that was true. Now, though? Hell, your guess is as good as mine.

First, she took my bed.
Then she took my heart.
Then she took my everything.

Your favourite hot jocks are back with an all-new standalone novel. If you like sexy, confident men who know how to handle a stick (on and off the ice), and smart women who are strong enough to keep all those big egos in check, this series is for you! Each book can be read as a complete standalone.


To be completely honest, I struggled with Wild for You. Don’t get me wrong it’s a fantastic story with amazing characters, it was just the situation I did not particularly enjoy. The speed with which Ana moved onto Grant took me a while to come to terms with.

I absolutely love Grant, he didn’t have it easy growing up and yet he is one of the most caring and generous people you could ever hope to meet. Ana is equally lovely and caring, but unfortunately found herself in a toxic relationship which was escalating towards abusive 😢

Kendall Ryan deals with the toxicity/abuse in a straightforward manner yet with a sensitivity in understanding the way in which the victim places blame on themselves.

Seriously Grant is utterly swoon-worthy and Ana suits him perfectly. I just wish the circumstances that brought them together could have been different.