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Sep 26, Evan rated it really liked it Recommends it for: As suspected her father goes into rage mode and the only thing in his way is Faith’s brother who stands up for her. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Sydney realizes the attraction between them and tries to stay kagin but true love cannot be bottled up.
Wild Things by Karin Kallmaker
A really thought provoking book, that navigates some difficult areas. Caroline Hislop rated it it was amazing Apr 17, Of all the Kallmaker books, that I have read, there are many. I always expect to love her books but this one took me by surprise. Thrown together by fate, these strong, independent women find themselves impassioned by a dangerous alto that threatens the very foundations of their carefully constructed lives.
Wild Things was wicked fun This was my first Kallmaker and I will definitely be reading more of her stuff. Xlgo 21, Jay Odon rated it really liked it Shelves: But as someone raised as a Catholic I could sympathise with some of what Faith was dealing with. Thank YOU for this unforgettable, mind-blowing love story.
I loved it that much. Dec 25, Ty rated it liked it. There were scenes and lines that had me holding my breath. Jan 23, Ulla rated it it was amazing Shelves: As an author published by the storied Naiad Press, she worked with Barbara Grier and Donna McBride, and has been fortunate zalvaje be mentored by a number of editors, including Katherine V.
Return to Book Page. It’s set in the mid 90’s in Chicago. Hands down, “Wild Things” is arguably one of my top 3 favourite Kallmaker novels definitely one of my all-time favourite novels including its sequels: I found it hard to get through the first chapters.
Faith has had a little experience in the love department but none of it has been with a man, not until Eric, who respects her upbringing and is willing to wait til they are married. Overall, the depiction of Faith, a devout Catholic and an academic and Sydney, a super-rich, lesbian, politician, rang true and the author didn’t rely on the usual artificial obstacles and painful misunderstandings to further the plot.
After that scene she decides to move out, and live her life, all the while trying to ignore her feelings for Sydney. I completely agree with the previous reviewer! Trying to assert herself, Faith decides it is time for her family to know the real her, so she tells them that she loves women, one in particular, and she doesn’t want to keep living a lie. Jan 09, Claus Ruiz rated it it was amazing.
So now having re-read it, I’ll assume the vague memories of Eleanor will again be the only thing I remember about this book a year or so from now. I had to check the publication date to aprreciate just how far acceptance of same sex relationships have come in the past almost twenty years.
A well-written, interesting romance with well-drawn characters and an interesting storyline. There aren’t kaklmaker coming out stories being published at this point, so this was a good reminder of how different things are now. Theresa Lamagni rated it liked it Allgo 05, Jun 21, R. Nadege Arnold rated it it was amazing Sep 18, Loved the interaction between Faith and Sidney.