Let’s just say that the title of this book was very fitting. Firstly, the main characters – Charlie and Walker – are pretty wild in the sense that they like to party. There’s also a lot of unnecessary drama that could be toned down. Lastly, this book got me super frustrated, like I mentally imagine myself throwing my iPad out the window kind of frustrated.I honestly hated many of the “villains,” I guess you could call them that, in this book. They really frustrated me, I almost stopped reading. It doesn’t help that Charlie and Walker don’t do much about it till the end. Charlie seriously should have been covering all of her bases from the beginning after all. If your boss is acting paranoid or acting weird, then look into it! Why let set yourself up to be screwed all over again? And Walker should have shut that woman out from the beginning. So you made a mistake with her, but now you’re correcting it and she can’t take a hint. So be direct and stop giving her your time! He totally did not act how I imagine a “cowboy” would act. Not alpha male enough. Eventually, it was listening to her that caused major problems. He had every right to be upset because of what he was learning, but seriously what made her a trusted source?Aside from the frustration, I’m glad I finished it. I do wish there was more to the ending though. I’d like more satisfaction at seeing the “villains” facing their consequences. Seeing Charlie and Walker’s happy ending wasn’t satisfying enough.Overall I’d give this book 3.5 stars. It was good but could be improved. Also I like books that cause reaction in a person (i.e. laughter, frustration, etc.) because it means the characters are connecting with the audience, but I’d prefer not to have the urge to throw my iPad out the window. That’s a bit extreme. Regardless, I still recommend it!So, this book is released on September 24th! Be sure to check it out!Note: I received a free ecopy of this book for my honest feedback. I did not get paid to write this review.For more book reviews please visit my blog at http://ayamproductions.com.