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"Book two in the Men in Love series." What would make a woman cut herself off from the town she grew up in for seven years? For Kate the answer is one man, a powerful man. When Kate is in danger of losing her ranch to the bank, she enters into a partnership with Ben. This six-foot seven-inch, overly endowed ex-Seal is looking for a home. He finds a home and love with Kate. "Book two in the Men in Love series." What would make a woman cut herself off from the town she grew up in for seven years? For Kate the answer is one man, a powerful man. When Kate is in danger of losing her ranch to the bank, she enters into a partnership with Ben. This six-foot seven-inch, overly endowed ex-Seal is looking for a home. He finds a home and love with Kate. When problems on the ranch begin to escalate, Kate points the finger at one man, the man from her past who is determined to drive her out of town. What's an ex-Seal to do but bring in the rest of his team? Ben summons a few members of his team to help protect Kate from a man who believes he's above the law. "Reader Advisory: This book contains references to rape and graphic violence. It also includes a brief male/male sex scene."


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"Book two in the Men in Love series." What would make a woman cut herself off from the town she grew up in for seven years? For Kate the answer is one man, a powerful man. When Kate is in danger of losing her ranch to the bank, she enters into a partnership with Ben. This six-foot seven-inch, overly endowed ex-Seal is looking for a home. He finds a home and love with Kate. "Book two in the Men in Love series." What would make a woman cut herself off from the town she grew up in for seven years? For Kate the answer is one man, a powerful man. When Kate is in danger of losing her ranch to the bank, she enters into a partnership with Ben. This six-foot seven-inch, overly endowed ex-Seal is looking for a home. He finds a home and love with Kate. When problems on the ranch begin to escalate, Kate points the finger at one man, the man from her past who is determined to drive her out of town. What's an ex-Seal to do but bring in the rest of his team? Ben summons a few members of his team to help protect Kate from a man who believes he's above the law. "Reader Advisory: This book contains references to rape and graphic violence. It also includes a brief male/male sex scene."

30 review for Ben's Wildflower

  1. 5 out of 5

    jenjn79

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I probably wouldn't have finished this one so quickly if it hadn't been for the discussion some of us had about this book. I got too curious so I sat at my computer and read the rest of it last night. Which didn't take all that long since it is a fairly short ebook. Ben's Wildflower is the second book in Carol Lynne's Men in Love series which is basically about men who fall in love, whether it be with a woman, a man, or multiple men/women. Most of the main male heroes were part of the same SEAL t I probably wouldn't have finished this one so quickly if it hadn't been for the discussion some of us had about this book. I got too curious so I sat at my computer and read the rest of it last night. Which didn't take all that long since it is a fairly short ebook. Ben's Wildflower is the second book in Carol Lynne's Men in Love series which is basically about men who fall in love, whether it be with a woman, a man, or multiple men/women. Most of the main male heroes were part of the same SEAL team. In the previous book, Branded by Gold, Lynne introduced Ben Thomas, who was a man looking for home and family, which he'd never had before. Jake and Cree (from the first book) told Ben about their neighbor Kate Crawford, whose ranch was in financial trouble. Ben wanted to buy the ranch from her, but Kate wasn't going to give up until she absolutely had to. Instead, Ben convinces her to let him buy into the ranch and become her partner. Now the two are sharing a house and ranch work. Ben is strongly attracted to Kate, but feels like he could never have her. Kate is small in stature, and Ben has a rather large penis. Ever since a horrible experience with his virgin girlfriend in high school, Ben has steered clear of inexperienced women. He never wants to be responsible for physically hurting one again. But the feelings they inspire in each other can't be held back and Kate is determined to be able to handle Ben. Things get difficult, though, when an enemy from Kate's past comes after her again, stalking her and causing endless problems. I debated for quite a while over what to say about this book because of the very negative review at dearauthor and the ensuing sometimes nasty discussion that came after that many of you read. So I took extra time thinking about what I wanted to say. I can't say that this was fantastic book and that I absolutely loved it because I didn't. But I didn't hate it or think it was a pile of horse manure like one commenter on the dearauthor review said. It was an okay book, kinda cute and sweet, kinda sexy, but not without its problems. The storyline at its most basic worked for me. Two emotionally scarred people who find happiness with each other. Ben's fear of his size and how it relates to Kate...which is a bit of an odd focus for a storyline, but I didn't think it was an absurd concern. Then there was the guy out to get Kate. All of that gave the story a good base and kept me reading to see what happened. There were some very sweet moments between Kate and Ben and I enjoyed the two of them together. There were two areas the book lacked for me. First, there was this weird sort of over-the-top exaggeration (most likely unintentional) to the telling of details and events that gave the story and air of incredulity. Ben's large size (all over, not just his penis) is rather over-blown. The man eats enough to feed an entire family. The descriptions at times make you feel like Ben is some obscenely giant-sized man. And then there's all the references to how big his penis looks in his jeans. It's one thing to emphasize his stature, but another to push it so much it becomes sort of freakish. Then there was the excessive openness between the group of friends/SEALs. On one hand, it's great that they trust each other so much not to hide details of their relationships, but some of the scenes had me shaking my head thinking it was just too much. Jake and Cree go at it all the time, no matter who is around and it just came off as bizarre. Then there's one scene where Kate is on the phone with Jenny when Ben starts fondling here so she tells Jenny that she's got to go because Ben's got his fingers in her pussy. Sorta TMI. One of the weirder ones for me was the scene the morning after Ben and Kate have sex for the first time. She comes out into the kitchen and Nicco (a former SEAL friend of Ben's there to help protect Kate) mentions hearing the noises they made and Kate just casually tells him it was her/their first time and talks about Ben's size. I was just like, what? Who would actually do/say that like that? So the way things were pushed over-the-top like that makes the story a little, well, silly at times. If those aspects had been toned down a little, made a little more realistic, it would have made the book much better. The other aspect of the book that made me not love it is just Lynne's writing style. For those of you who have read Sarah McCarty's Hell's Eight books, you know how some people say they are a little over-written, have a little too much filler and could be about 100 pages shorter. Well, Lynne's writing is about the exact opposite of that. There's no filler at all. She tells the story in the simplest, shortest form. There's just not a lot of finesse to the way she tells the story. Everything is very direct, not a lot of extra detail and it kinda makes me feel like I'm reading a recitation of events instead of a smooth, flowing tale. Which doesn't really appeal to me. I like stories that have a great flow to them. But even with those two issues, I didn't think this book was horrible. It was an okay read for me. Some adjustments to the way the story was told and I would probably have liked it more. I can understand why some readers (and reviewers) hate it. It's not the kind of story that will appeal to everyone. The story is basic, the sexuality in-your-face, and it's lacking the poetic fluidity you find in your typical romance novel. But I think those of you that like to read all kinds of erotic romance would probably find something worthwhile in this one. I liked it enough to move on to the next book in the series when I get a chance. WARNING, this book contains: explicit sex, explicit language, anal sex, size issues, body piercings, toys, exhibitionism, voyeurism, m/m sex not involving the H/H, mentions of rape, some violence, and a little dominance from the hero

  2. 4 out of 5

    ElaineY

    I had to buy this after reading a horrid review about it. The review made it sound so bad I was intrigued. How bad could it be? Ex-SEAL who's OVER-endowed such that he finds it hard, I mean difficult, to get a girlfriend...gotta see what this is about. Ben and his ridiculous appendage turned out a rather sweet romance. I could say it was so bad it was good. Doesn't matter. I wasn't expecting much after that bitchy review and never regretted buying it. It's fluff, it's trash but it's good in that s I had to buy this after reading a horrid review about it. The review made it sound so bad I was intrigued. How bad could it be? Ex-SEAL who's OVER-endowed such that he finds it hard, I mean difficult, to get a girlfriend...gotta see what this is about. Ben and his ridiculous appendage turned out a rather sweet romance. I could say it was so bad it was good. Doesn't matter. I wasn't expecting much after that bitchy review and never regretted buying it. It's fluff, it's trash but it's good in that sense. Ben is loving and adorable and it was fun meeting the rest of the guys who look like they'll get their own books. Jake and Cree are there, making out on the couch while Ben talks on the phone and Jenny, their wife, is somewhere around preggers. She's too big for them to have sex with but no problemo...they have each other. At some point this series gets even sillier but I didn't know that when I read Ben's Wildflower. If you haven't tried this series, give Book 1 and 2 a try at least.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    This is the second book in Carol Lynne's Men in Love series. This one is strictly m/f and another great romance with plenty of eroticism. I like Kate and Ben and I really like how their relationship develops, but there's still something missing. I enjoyed the story and romance, but it still fell short of Ms. Lynne's later books. This is not a bad thing; it just goes to show that Carol's writing has continued to mature and get stronger. The one thing that I've noticed that stands out the most is This is the second book in Carol Lynne's Men in Love series. This one is strictly m/f and another great romance with plenty of eroticism. I like Kate and Ben and I really like how their relationship develops, but there's still something missing. I enjoyed the story and romance, but it still fell short of Ms. Lynne's later books. This is not a bad thing; it just goes to show that Carol's writing has continued to mature and get stronger. The one thing that I've noticed that stands out the most is that her newer stories are much richer in emotions and in the dexterity of her plots. But I am enjoying getting to know the ex-SEAL team whose members comprise the base group around which the series is written. And I'm looking forward to continuing the journey as these men find love in all the right places.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Karen Scott

    This book was written back when Ms Lynne was trying to pretend she had any interest in hetero romances. She failed. Miserably. Hero with an overgrown member, and a heroine who apparently couldn't take a ten inch penis and had to have it fed into her vajajay an inch at a time. If you're interested in a badly written, badly edited porn with lots of pointless sub-plots, then Ben's Big Wanger - erm, sorry, Ben's Wildflower is for you. Class. My full ranty review can be found here. This book was written back when Ms Lynne was trying to pretend she had any interest in hetero romances. She failed. Miserably. Hero with an overgrown member, and a heroine who apparently couldn't take a ten inch penis and had to have it fed into her vajajay an inch at a time. If you're interested in a badly written, badly edited porn with lots of pointless sub-plots, then Ben's Big Wanger - erm, sorry, Ben's Wildflower is for you. Class. My full ranty review can be found here.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    I decided to read this after reading Karen Scott's review and I have to say I agree with her 100% that this was a horrible book with entirely too much focus on the size of Ben's anatomy and random sex scenes just thrown in without any substance to them. It is trash like this that made me stop writing and reading erotica altogether. I decided to read this after reading Karen Scott's review and I have to say I agree with her 100% that this was a horrible book with entirely too much focus on the size of Ben's anatomy and random sex scenes just thrown in without any substance to them. It is trash like this that made me stop writing and reading erotica altogether.

  6. 5 out of 5

    TracyG.

    It's been a long while since I read a M/F book. I like the author I already owned the book and fancied something different. I'm pleased I gave this book a try I really enjoyed it. It's been a long while since I read a M/F book. I like the author I already owned the book and fancied something different. I'm pleased I gave this book a try I really enjoyed it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Joie

    This one wasn't as bad as I've heard. I agree competely with the weirdness but it's not a bad book. The plot was actually really good and to be honest the book could have been alot longer. lynne's writing seems to be missing something. The emphasis on Ben's "giant manhood" in my opinion was just crazy. I get a guy wanting to take it easy on a girl but the childhood trama and the complex about it as well as the almost fetish like focus made on his size was just bizare. I loved alot of the moments This one wasn't as bad as I've heard. I agree competely with the weirdness but it's not a bad book. The plot was actually really good and to be honest the book could have been alot longer. lynne's writing seems to be missing something. The emphasis on Ben's "giant manhood" in my opinion was just crazy. I get a guy wanting to take it easy on a girl but the childhood trama and the complex about it as well as the almost fetish like focus made on his size was just bizare. I loved alot of the moments the two of them had together they were really sweet. There is something sweet about two people determined to overcome their past and be happy together that gets me everytime. But then we just keep getting back to the bizare like Wildflower's obsessive need to keep reminders around about her attack. What abused woman that is honestly trying to heal and move on would do that? As good as it could have been there were just so many things that made it completely unrealistic

  8. 4 out of 5

    Miralinda

    Взялась только потому, что люблю этого автора, давно не читаю любовные романы с натуралами))) Достаточно горячо. Не понравилось то, что ГГ из предыдущей книги постоянно занимаются сексом в совсем не подходящие для этого моменты, во время рассказа Кэйт про изнасилование, во время разговора Бена по телефону с другом. Как можно случайно начать заниматься сексом рядом с другом во время серьёзного разговора? Что за бред?

  9. 4 out of 5

    Adriana Fogaça

    Men In Love 02 A Flor Selvagem de Ben Carol Lynne 2007 O que dizer? O homem tem um instrumento de 25 cm, pegue a régua? Exatamente o que você está pensando... A mocinha é tipo mignon... Lei e descubra!!! Recomendadíssimo!!! ADORO!!!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    ben is an amazing character. hot drama filled love story

  11. 4 out of 5

    Gale

    MxM, Read in 2011

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kay

    There are just so many things that just do not work with the story. Even so, the main characters are likeable. Very explicit sex scenes that may not be for everyone.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Erotic Horizon

    Ben's Wildflower (Men in Love, Book 2) by Carol Lynne (2007) Ben's Wildflower (Men in Love, Book 2) by Carol Lynne (2007)

  14. 5 out of 5

    Katy

    one of my fav books

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tracy

    men in love series, book 2

  16. 4 out of 5

    Popcorn

  17. 5 out of 5

    Martha

  18. 4 out of 5

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  19. 5 out of 5

    Alaina

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany

  21. 4 out of 5

    Vannessa

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kellie Dennis

  23. 5 out of 5

    Shelly

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lia

  25. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

  26. 5 out of 5

    LABookFan

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kayla

  28. 4 out of 5

    Collette

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jami-leigh Ashcraft

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