Title: Wild Child
Author: Mike Wells
Publication Date: March 12, 2011
Source: From author for review.
Briana Fox is the wildest girl in school. She and Kyle have been close for a long time...almost lovers. Kyle is afraid that if he pushes her, he'll have his heart broken and lose his best friend. When Briana discovers a mysterious "power drug" in a cave, two government agents are desperate to find the source and turn Briana into a human experiment. Will Kyle risk everything to protect his love?
This book mainly revolves around the 2 main characters, Briana and Kyle. Briana is very much a typical “wild child” and wants to get Kyle to continue to be involved in her antics, although Kyle feels he has grown up. Briana finds a “drug” after one of her antics, this causes all sorts of problems involving being made into a human experiment, and how everything turns out between the 2 main characters.
I found this book easy to read, and loved getting involved with the main characters. I was intrigued to find out where the story was going and what trouble they were going to get into next. I loved the subtle undertones that were within this short story and the relationships between all the characters.
I loved the undertones between Briana and Kyle the most, and found the relationship between the two of them endearing.
I have given this book a 4/5 due to the ease of reading the story line and the likeability of the main characters. People with only a small amount of time that enjoy reading, or younger readers into fiction with a difference, will enjoy this short story.
**Please Note: This review is an honest opinion and no monetary compensation was received.**
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