In Skye Warren's books there's always some kind of I-did-not-see-that-coming revelation that makes the read unique and particularly good. "Wanderlust" was certainly no exception.
Evie seems to have no luck with life, it constantly brings her pain and apparently it makes only the worst of people cross her path. But is it really all darkness and suffering? Or is the dark something she needs to embrace to gain some sort of stability and the so wanted freedom? Can that even be possible? And Hunter, with his depraved actions and uncontrolled behaviour, he's definitely someone you can only despise, right? Keep telling yourself that, it might work, who knows... Otherwise, welcome to the beauty of Skye Warren's twisted world, where very dark characters are disturbingly compelling and the romance shockingly astonishing.
Different from Warren's Dark Erotica series but still not less impressive or dark, "Wanderlust" is extremely naughty, thrilling and, God help me, even touching. I love this author and her way to tell every powerful story, I always can't wait for what's next!