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Book Review: Jana Goes Wild by Farah Heron

Where do I start? First of all, Farah’s books just get better and better, so it should have been no surprise that Jana Goes Wild topped all the rest for me. I may have mentioned before that I love a good second chance romance, and this one does not disappoint. We have Dr. Jana Suleiman, the estranged cousin in Emma Knows Best, and Anil, a former fling and father to Jana’s four-year-old daughter. They have to travel to Tanzania for a destination wedding, so there is lots of forced proximity tension and we also get a glimpse of the culture and food, which I’m always game for in any book. Jana and Anil have been successfully co-parenting, but this trip is the first time Jana really sees Anil being a Dad. It’s a slow burn with a little higher heat level than Farah’s previous books. As always, the dialogue jumps off the page and the characters are taken on a bumpy road with lots of opportunities for personal growth. Everything you want in a romance, with the added benefit of a gorgeous setting you never want to leave. All in all, I give this a solid five stars!!


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