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Wild (Winston Brothers #4)

4.07  ·  Rating Details ·  2,143 Ratings  ·  43 Reviews
In her deliciously steamy novellas, Lori Foster introduced the sinfully attractive Winston brothers. Now, in Wild, she continues their story-as sexy Zane Winston falls for an exotic lady who may not be at all what she seems.

"Interesting characters and an original plot. You can pick up any Lori Foster book and know you're in for a good time." (New York Times bestselling au
ebook, 304 pages
Published December 31st 2001 by Penguin Group US (first published January 1st 2001)
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May 07, 2010 Mom rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-during-2010
In her deliciously steamy novellas, Lori Foster introduced the sinfully attractive Winston brothers. Now, in Wild, she continues their story-as sexy Zane Winston falls for an exotic lady who may not be at all what she seems.

Wild - a full length Winston brother story! We've seen glimpses of Zane in the previous stories. He always appears irreverent and we knew the woman to make him come to his knees would have to be special. Tamara. She's mysterious and talks Gypsy stuff which drives
Dec 28, 2013 Kathy rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance, family
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Serena Miles
Feb 14, 2017 Serena Miles rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

Este libro se hace muy ameno y divertido desde el principio, y vuelven a salir protas de los anteriores libros, normal, son todos hermanos ..
Y lo que mas me ha gustado es que he conocido a joe...

Mar 23, 2014 Dana rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Wild, was a roller-coaster! It’s amazing how much can go on in one small town! I like the fact that Zane and Tamara knew each other because their businesses were next door to each other. It explains why they knew each other but weren’t close. Tamara is extremely socially awkward with Zane at first, but somehow it came across as endearing. Once Tamara became comfortable with Zane it was understandable why the two got along well and are a good match for each other. They had a lot in common.

Christie P.
Nov 05, 2014 Christie P. rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone
Shelves: contemporary
Zane Winston is all Tamara has wanted for some time now but he never noticed her. Now that she has to move soon she takes her last shot at gaining his attention. It doesn't pan out the way she thought it would though. Zane turns her down and she slinks home. But dressed in her psychic costume, wig, and make up she looks nothing like the real Tamara so Zane is shocked when he goes to her home/shop to speak with her.

The real Tamara is a small blonde that doesn't wear the dramatic makeup, and Zane
☂ ℬrandi
I read this as part of the book Wildly Winston where it along with three short stories involving Zane's brother got ❤❤❤.

The opening of this story has the heroin, Tamara a gypsy who owns a palm reading/new age shop, snuggling up to Zane at his computer store and telling him she wants him. It was a bizarre but bold opening but falls right in line with the bizarre reality of this world. Tamara has decide to proposition Zane but he rejects her. Someone is breaking into Tamara's shop and with each br
Judy (Geeky Reading)

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This was very obviously an earlier Foster book. I’ve read a lot of her books, enjoyed a lot of them, and this one was rather weak.

I liked the characters; I liked Tamara and her ‘psychic’ powers, and I liked Zane and how he was there for her. Their attraction was obvious and very nice. I also liked their families: Tamara’s was crazy and fun. Zane’s family was sweet, and his brothers definitely made me want to pick up the previous books.

The storyline was g
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Christina Montminy
great story....Zane the last of the single Winston brothers finally falls. Tamara a young Gypsy whose palm & tarot card reading shop is next door to Zane's computer store has wanted him since the first time she saw him. She propositions him in his store thinking that maybe she can get his attention but he brushes her off. She leaves planning to give up when Zane shows up at her home after work ready to tell her off instead is floored by the woman he sees now not the dressed up woman who prop ...more
Apr 19, 2013 Mandy rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
In standard Foster form, the hero is a big, strong, alpha male and the baddies aren’t super scary. But, in this one, Foster toys with the idea of mystical powers. The heroine is a gypsy fortune teller. This could have been a downfall, but since Foster doesn’t go all out into supernatural powers, it works. Instead of going the paranormal route, everything is written off as “intuition,” which is easier to buy. It was a fun, light read.

One thing I think Foster does really well is write siblings. Sh
May 31, 2013 Jody rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: library
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Feb 19, 2014 Teresa rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
So bad it's painful. This is my second attempt with this author, but I couldn't make it through this heavy-handed, eye-roller of a book; I couldn't justify wasting more hours of my life on this drivel.

The line that killed it dead for me went something like this: "Zane, you're...upset?" Zane didn't like that Tamara could read him so well.

Umm, Zane my dear, she asked if you are upset. That means she wasn't sure. She didn't read you well at all, she just surmised from recent events that there may
This book was just ok. I thought it was weird the way the heroine wore a wig and colored contacts for her job but was actually blonde and green eyed. The heroine could not stand up for herself and live her life as she wanted to, she let her crazy relatives rule her life. I have trouble respecting someone who can't take control of their own life. Kane was not as exciting as I thought he would be after reading the other Winston brothers' stories. He was supposed to be this great lover of women but ...more
3.5 stars

I read this straight after the 3 WInston novellas.

It was enjoyable to read a story with a bit more depth and see more of the other brothers.

To start with i kept feeling like Zane was Mack they are a bit too alike.

I really like Tamara and her unusual ways and it was good to see Zane fall so hard.

I found the book had many funny parts and sexy parts too.

I was a very good read - and an added bonus was seeing joe again (i read Say no to Joe a while ago and LOVED it)i forgot about him and Lu
The story of Zane Winston and his gupsy neighbor, Tamara Tremayne.

The two own shops across from one another and barely spoke to one another until one day Tamara propositions him. Zane initially refuses, taken aback, but can't stop thinking of it, so ends up taking her up on it, and getting much more than he intended.

The Winston curse is alive and strong, and he ends up falling hard and having to fight to get what he wants, her.

Enjoyable story, with appearances from the other Winston brothers and
Jan 17, 2012 Candace rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Loved this book. I'm certainly a Winston brothers fan and Zane's story was great. Tamara's character was a little weird, but I guess that was the point - she was someone no one ever expected Zane to fall for.

We are also introduced to cousin Joe and Tamara's employee Luna, which is a nice introduction to the Visitation, North Carolina series.

Definitely worth the read, especially if you liked Winston brothers 1-3.
Myra Sullivan
I think I've had enough of romance for a long while. :P Action and adventure here I come! :D Or it might just be that I've had enough of blatant, bordering-on-ridiculous romance. :P I haven't read any fantasy/paranormal stuff in awhile. Or historical fiction. So I'm headed in that direction. As for the review to this book, refer to my review for "The Winston Brothers". I think Lori Foster and I are going to part ways for an indefinite amount of time now. :P
Lady Raven RAVE!
one word SEXXXXY....Oh boy, Lori Foster keeps getting better and better! I loved this book and it was fun to catch up with the rest of the Winston's. Zane is everything a woman could want, I know I did. What quirky characters and Tamara is just the woman for him. The book does stand alone, but is so much better when you've read about the other Winston brothers. Pick both the Winston's and Wild up and have yourselves a great read.
May 03, 2013 Carolyn rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book was awesome and as usual Lori Foster hits another home run! Wild is a great ending to the Winston Brothers. I'm glad we got to catch up with the brothers... I'm waiting on the curse to hit Joe next, I think his story should be the best yet.
The book is well written, great plot, funny, sexy and well...just the whole Sha-Bang!
Mar 05, 2011 Amanda rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is actually the second time I've read this book. I couldn't remember if I had read it before, so I got it from the library again. I don't usually like to reread books, but this one was good enough to read twice.
Dawn ♥ romance
Oct 10, 2011 Dawn ♥ romance rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: dnf
I just couldn't get into this story. The first few chapters were so heavy with describing everything and I really didn't like how this romance began. Gypsy Tamara propositions neighboring business owner Zane and he turns her down flat. Just couldn't get past that and gave up.
Apr 04, 2014 Anna rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Cute book about a girl who masquerades as a mysterious gypsy for her business. She secretly admires the computer shop owner next door, who is Zane, the last of the Winston brothers to remain unwed.

This was the conclusion to the Winston brothers' stories.
Jessica Alcazar
Oct 30, 2012 Jessica Alcazar rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: foster-lori, traded
I'm not sure why Lori Foster chose Zane's story to be a full novel instead of a short Novella, but I liked it. His and Tamara's story was filled with twists and turns that didn't bore you and had passion from the beginning. Highly recommend.
Feb 24, 2010 Chills rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Beautifully written, loved the characters especially the eccentric
Gypsy relatives - oh so funny in places. The hero and his yummy
Brothers are "All Men"!! and the heroine is vulnerable yet no pushover.
Look forward to reading about the other Brothers in the Winston series.
I really liked this book. Zane was incredibly likable and I loved the whole gypsy aspect. On top of that I'm a huge fan of big crazy families and this book had that in spades. It was excting, breathtaking, sexy, fun, and so darn cute!
Oct 24, 2013 Cindy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
contemporary romance with protected sex.

This is one of my favorite LF books. A favorite reread. This is Zane's story. He falls for a wild gypsy girl. Well, sort of. There's a lot of hot sex. We're also introduced to Luna & Joe who get their story next.
I immensely enjoyed reading this story. Rife with blazing passion and such funny secondary characters, this is a must read for those wanting a pleasant escape and in search of a good romp!
Jane Drager
Dec 10, 2013 Jane Drager rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I can honestly say this was a hot novel - whew! Lori Foster writes well and will always give a good read. Her heat level is high however.
Mar 06, 2015 Peni rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: 14+ and Mature
This is the best story so far in this series. There is a hint of danger and the characters are more rounded. Joe Winston is introduced.
wowza! turn on the fans and keep some ice cold water nearby ladies, because this is one scorching read! :)
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Since first publishing in January 1996, Lori Foster has become a USA Today, Publisher’s Weekly and New York Times bestselling author. Lori has published through a variety of houses, including Kensington, St. Martin’s, Harlequin, Silhouette, Samhain, and Berkley/Jove. She is currently published with HQN.

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