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Published by Big Dog Books on December 15th 2015
Genres: BDSM, Erotica, Romance
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How did things ever get to be so difficult?
Nearly eight years of marriage.
Hectic careers and major life choices.
Throw in sexual frustration, doubts, insecurities and one wild man not completely tamed by society, and you have a Christmas that’s bound to get out of control. Zacharias Easton will show you just how uncivilized love can be.
** Love: Uncivilized is a follow up novella to the book, Uncivilized. While it can be read as a stand alone, it is best appreciated after having read Uncivilized first.
We received this book/audiobook for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect our opinion of the book or the content of our review.
Jenn’s book review: 5 stars
About the book:
Zach and Moira are married and have two wonderful kids and are experiencing everyday life’s challenges together. There aren’t just the two of them anymore and there is a lot more to take care of on a everyday basis than before. Zach is working too much, trying to prove himself to his wife, his godfather Randall and everyone else that he is good enough for the position he has in Randall’s company. While Moira is being at home with the kids and is missing her husband badly and having a hard time with Zach being absent that much. All this is putting their relationship through some difficult times and how will it all end? Will it make them stronger or will it break them?
I loved this book from its first chapter to its last. I could really relate to some situations that Zach and Moira were going through as a young married couple with toddlers while still trying to rise upon carrier ladder. It was pure joy to read about how they handled everything that came their way. How strong their love was, how hot their passion for each other was.
It was interesting to read a book with this plot line that is a reality for many people of today’s modern society and understand how important it’s message is. And that message for me was that nothing should ever be more important than our family. Family is what grounds us. Family is what gives us strength to make our goals our reality. Family is what makes us grow and become the best we can be. Family is our core.
“Please don’t ever turn your back on me like that again”
“We are a team, we are one, We are love”
“My wife, my woman, my forever”
“You’re mine, Moira, and that means your happiness is paramount to everything else.
It always will be”
Caro’s book review: 4 stars
“Love uncivilized” is de facto an extended epilogue of the main novel “Uncivilized”. It is necessary, to read that one first to understand “Love uncivilized”. Be aware, that this review includes spoilers for “Uncivilized”.
After I read and loved “Uncivilized”, I was happy that the author wrote more about this amazing couple. All in all, it was an extended epilogue for Zach and Moira, which showed them a few years after “Uncivilized”.
I loved the couple just as hard as in the main novella, but I couldn’t help but think “This is too much like my own life”. It was very realistic and showed something I could identify with really well. But therein lies the crux, I want my novels to take me to a whole other world and to keep my mind off all things regarding my every-day-life. But not so much with “Love uncivilized”.
The writing was great and I guess if you liked the main novel, you’ll like this addition, too. But for me, it was rather sobering.
Nevertheless, because I loved this couple so much and the writing was amazing, I rate “Love uncivilized” with 4 stars and can recommend it as addition for all fans of “Uncivilized”.