Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Uncivilized Blog Tour (+Review)


REVIEW
HOT DAMN! Sawyer Bennett certainly did surprise me with this one! But it was a good--no-- GREAT surprise. I'm so excited because she surpassed all my expectation with this one and I can't wait to see what she has a store for us now. 

Moira, an anthropologist professor, is given the task to bring back Zacharias Easton. Where is Zach? He's in the Amazon! When Zach was six years old, his parents took him on a missionary trip to the Amazon. Unfortunately, they died but he survived and a Amazonian tribe raised him as one of their own. Moira needs to bring him back to that States and help assimilate to the life of a "civilized" man. 

Since the first moment Moira laid eyes on Zach, she was enthralled. His uncivilized behavior  interest her way more than it should. Zach has never seen a woman like Moira. Everything about her is different-- her skin, her language, manners, etc. He doesn't like that she's taking him away from his home and doesn't make it easy on her, especially not with the burning attraction between them. 

Zach is uncivilized. He's raw, passionate, uncensored. Ugh, I loved him. He has trouble trying to adapt to life back in the States, but he's not stupid and plays his games with Moira. I can't even explain how HOT he was. His intensity just flared through the pages. He left me panting--wanting MORE! 

Moira can't get involved with Zach. He's just a job. A really interesting and extremely hot job. She tries to keep things unprofessional but can't stop thinking about him. She wants uncivilized more than she wants anything else. I really loved Moira. I rarely like the hero and the heroine but I loved them together. 

This book starts off INTENSE and I LOOOOVED it! I loved turning the pages of this novel because I couldn't wait to find out what was going to happen next. There are so many parts I enjoyed of this novel. When I arrived at the ending I was mad at myself for reading too fast! Sawyer Bennett, THANK YOU for introducing me Zach. I don't know what I would do without him in my life! MORE, please? 





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