Review of Sava's Wildcat by Anne McAllister
Published: April 3, 2012
4 out of 5 smirks
Synopsis: "Yiannis Savas, the irresistible playboy of the Savas dynasty, was every girl’s dream. But he quickly turned into Cat’s nightmare when his promises led no further than a fiery affair. Now Cat MacLean has grown up and out of her girlish fantasies. Determined not to fall prey to smooth talk and fast charm again, she’s engaged to someone sensible.
Then she’s forced to spend a week with the one man she’s never forgotten. Yiannis’s heated gaze pierces her defenses, and suddenly sensible doesn’t seem quite so good…"
I really enjoyed this story, it has a natural flow and the characters are unique and breath of fresh air. I like how this story is all about second chances and taking the time to realize what is in your heart. Yiannis and Cat are clearly meant to mean something to each other and reading about their banter, arguments, and laughter allows readers to see the obvious chemistry and comfort they bring one another. I give Sava's Wildcat by Anne McAllister 4 smirks because this story is about finding family and seeing for the first time it's not so bad to have so many people breathing down your neck.