Overall Grade: ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️
Tropes: MMF leaning, Forced Proximity, Instant attraction, Stranded on an Island, Opposites attracting, Dark Romance, Shades of BDSM
“Ecosystems are rife with connections. Environments like the island, relatively untouched by humans, tend to exist in a state of balance. Everything has its equal. Its opposite. ‘That’s you,’ I tell June. ‘You’re my equal and opposite.’”
June and Carter (one of the Morellis from the Midnight Dynasty Collection) find themselves stranded on an island at the end of the prequel novella to Skye Warren and Amelia Wilde’s The Crash. They are not safe, and Carter must work to keep them so while also feeding them and finding shelter. These two are drawn to each other with chemistry for days. However, Carter knows a relationship is a dead end for them IF they can find their way off the island.
As they trek deeper into the island, June meets with an unfortunate accident, and Carter strives to save her. When a man comes forward to help them, they find he has lived on the island since he was 8. Theo further complicates Carter and June’s situation in that they all three feel erotically drawn to each other. By the end of Warren and Wilde’s Force of Nature, the drama continues.
At the core of Force of Nature is an elemental, erotic experience. Putting that aside, we don’t know much more about June and Carter’s capacity to leave the island. We receive tidbits of Theo’s life as the new man to the puzzle, but in the end, this book only grants a few more pieces of it.
Is it edge-of-your-seat reading? Yes.
Is it $exually titillating as you would expect from Warren and Wilde? Indeed.
Is it more set up for the rest of the series? Absolutely.
If you’re a fan of romantic suspense with some action and erotica, you should begin with The Crash and jump feet first into Force of Nature. It’s a quick and adventurous read that will cause you to throw your Kindle at the wall over its cliffhanger.
In love and romance,