Six months ago, the lives of Pamela Darby and her sister Sophia were changed drastically when
their mother was killed in a theater fire. The only life they had over known revolved around the
theater, for their mother was an actress. As neither one of them had inherited their mother’s
skill at acting, they found themselves homeless, with no job skills, and forced out into the
streets to fend for themselves.
Pamela had her suspicions that her mother’s death was not an accident. Her theory is
strengthened when she discovers that her mother was hiding a secret letter that could affect many
people’s lives. Upon reading this letter Pamela learned that a Duchess had fled with her son.
She devised a plan to bring the Duke his long lost heir.
Pamela is clueless as to who she will get to act the part of the Duke’s long-lost son. Her
dilemma is solved when her carriage is held up by a handsome highwayman, Connor Kincaid. She
is able to convince Connor to play the part of the Duke’s missing heir.
Together, they travel to the Duke of Warrick’s estate. They provide an Academy Award-worthy
performance, which convinces the Duke he has, at long last, found his missing son. Pamela is
overjoyed at the thought of collecting the reward and being on her way, but Connor does something
she hadn’t anticipated, when he declares that she is his fiancé. Pamela knows that it is crucial
to play the part in order to keep the Duke from suspecting any foul play has occurred.
Will Pamela be able to break free of Connor and go rebuild her life with her sister? Or will
she lose her heart to a rogue of a highwayman?
Some Like it Wild takes me back to the beloved days when Historical Romance was at its
peak. There is a lusty hero, a strong-willed heroine, and a plot that is thick with excitement.
Teresa Medeiros fans will not be disappointed in this enchanting offering featuring people
who deserve to find one another.