Wild Bastard: A Dark Sparrow Novel by India Kells – Review by Lisa Helmick

Wild BastardWild Bastard by India Kells
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Wild Bastard
By India Kells
Rated 4 stars

Sad to say this isn’t my favorite of the Dark Sparrow stories. I almost felt Kai was a bit too soft hearted. I don’t feel that strong/alpha man vibe from him at all nor did he seem too wild. There are some intense situations here and if it wasn’t for his brothers I am not sure how it would have turned out. Isabel is a strong female character. She did a good job overcoming her past and coming out better for it.

I DO feel for Kai in this one! Although I don’t know whether to be mad at him or Isabel for this situation they repeatedly find themselves in. Yes her past could be an issue but it could be overcome… if it happens going forward it would be pretty hard to swallow. So I can’t believe there wouldn’t be another way. Cryptic, I know, but I’m trying to not give spoilers.

I loved seeing and getting to hang out with Zoe and Archer! They along with others from previous books make great appearances! We get to know more and more of their characters. This is a wonderful and helps me connect with characters through the books. Plus gives me insight to the remaining brothers.

I loved the idea of this book but I just couldn’t love it like I wanted. Maybe it was the first love mixed with the seedier side just didn’t mesh for me. Too opposite.. not to worry I will check out future books to see what happens to some of these characters.

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