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Something Wild & Wonderful | Anita Kelly
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From the author of Love & Other Disasters, named a "must?read" by USA Today, PopSugar, SheReads, and Harper Bazaar, comes a sparkling grumpy-meets-sunshine romance featuring two men's sweeping journey across the Western wilderness. Alexei Lebedevs journey on the Pacific Crest Trail begins with a single snake. And it is angling for the hot stranger who seemed to have appeared out of thin air. Lex is prepared for rattlesnakes, blisters, and months of solitude. What he isnt prepared for is Ben Caravalho. But somehowon a 2,500-mile trailAlexei keeps running into the outgoing and charismatic hiker with golden-brown eyes, again and again. It might be coincidence. Then again, maybe theres a reason the trail keeps bringing them together . . . Ben has made his fair share of bad decisions, and almost all of them involved beautiful men. And yet theres something about the gorgeous and quietly nerdy Alexei that Ben cant just walk away from. Surely a bad decision cant be this cute and smart. And there are worse things than falling in love during the biggest adventure of your life. But when their plans for the future are turned upside down, Ben and Alexei begin to wonder if its possible to hold on to something this wild and wonderful.
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I don't know that I have the words to describe how much I loved this book. I immediately reread it because I needed more Alexei and Ben. This is such a heartwarming story about two men walking the PCT, figuring themselves out, working through trauma, and finding love unexpectedly. It made me cry on multiple occasions.
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TheSpineView Well done! 6d
Clwojick Great review! I‘ll be checking it out! 6d
Andrew65 Excellent progress 👏👏👏 5d
Kenyazero This sounds wonderful! Excellent nature pick! 3d
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This is my second book by Anita Kelly and I think they‘re maybe just not the author for me. Good rep, some funny moments, but an overall meh feeling.