Run Wild with Me is the sweet story of a drifter looking for a place to call home. Sam Farley has been drifting around the world and through his life. No one place has been home to Sam for long. When he finds out his Grandmother’s house is to be sold for back taxes, he heads to Arcadia, Georgia to see the house before it’s gone. Once he gets there he meets, Andrea.
Andrea and Sam embark on a whirlwind romance. Sam is learning to trust small towns and how to properly court a woman. Andrea is learning that some outsiders can be trusted.
While I enjoyed reading this story, I found it lacked any real conflict or passion. It was sweet story about learning to trust again. I really wanted more conflict. There was room for that conflict in the story, but Sandra Chastain didn’t take advantage of that opportunity.
I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley.