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US Army PFC Jase Emery on leave in Germany sees Ase Ramirez for the first time with a camera to his face Ase’s wild child ways provide a welcome distraction for Jase But their weekend of fun ends abruptly when Ase’s conservative family catches them Through email Ase and Jase are able to keep the link open But that too comes to an endJase was never able to live up to his parent’s expectations like his brother was He didn’t stay and work the family ranch or marry He saw the world His return from serving in the Army changed nothing he wanted to be free to live his own life But the death of his father and his mother’s failing health force him to come home hide his bisexuality and live a life in the closet as a local Sheriff Deputy so he can take care of his family This was to be his life Until Ase returnsAfter his family caught Ase and Jase together Ase worked hard at getting the heat off himself His occasional thoughts of Jase and their amazing weekend dwindle as life and family take the forefront and fear drives Ase to make huge mistakesWhen Ase and Jase come face to face again it isn’t easy Insecurities and a hurt that have only grown with time make it hard to see the futureCan their friendship blossom into something ? With Ase’s wild side reappearing from the shadows and major trust issues can he and Jase with huge obstacles of his own learn to forgive move on and find a peace they both so desperately want together?

10 thoughts on “Confessions of a Wild Heart

  1. says:

    35 StarsIn a single word this one was FRUSTRATING Pull my hair out stomp my feet shake my head frustrating And mostly it was at Ase I just never found that guy likable I didn't understand his decisions This one was set up in three parts I really really liked part 1 where Jase and Ase meet in Munich and share a weekend togetherbefore they're caught by Ase's family And let me tell you what I think about Ase's family and Jase's for that matterRuined the book for me They were awful Part 2 of the book occurs 4 years later where Ase and Jase find their way back to each other This partEMOTIONALLY DRAINING The hate the back and forthall of it I was exhausted The reveals from Aseview spoilerthe marriage the lost baby the drag hide spoiler

  2. says:

    Confessions of a Wild Heart by Kade Boehme is the story of two men who are thrown together by fate Jase comes from a small Texan town and is expected to follow in his parent's steps blindly Unfortunately what his heart wants is not what his parent's envision He loves his family and wants nothing than to make them happy but at what cost to himself? While on duty he takes a brief leave to visit Germany and while there he meets Ase a young man trying to get a small taste of freedom from his responsibilitiesAse is a young HispanicAmerican who from a young age has been saddled with his family's dreams for him They have put all their dreams and expectations on him and will stop at nothing to make sure that he fulfills them Ase decides to take a trip to Germany before going into his residency for medical school While on this trip they both let go of all their fears and responsibilities and were able to simply be themselves Sadly their time together ends abruptly when they are discovered by Ase's homophobic family and they won't see each other again for four years During those four years though life was not kind and terrible things take place What I lovedThe main characters I fell in love with them All I wanted was to shelter them and tell them it would be ok The chemistry between the main characters Dustin Lacey Loved that they were there for their friends no matter the cost to their hearts Character development and growthThe dialogue Kade Boehme probably has some of the best dialogue Very natural and witty Great story flow It's told from a dual POVSteam Although this story is character driven the intimate scenes are deliciousIt has a realistic endLoved that this book kicked me in the stomach and stomped all over my heart but in the end put me back together and filled me with hope I think this is one of Kade Boehme's best books Be warned though he takes it back to his angsty roots with this one It's not light like his past couple of releases and it will frustrate the heck out of you at times All worth it at the end thoughOverall this was a 5 Star read It's Boehme at his angsty best ARC kindly provided by the author for an honest review This review has been cross posted at Reviews by Jessewave

  3. says:

    Wahoo Ase Jase are live I premature released ;

  4. says:

    This book consist of three parts The first one is my favourite Jase and Ase meet in Munich during Jase's leave from the Army and Ase's visit to his uncles The chemistry between them is off the charts and together they live a passionate weekend Until they 're ripped apart when Ase's family catches themI fell in love with Ase in this part So passionate and full of life bold and unbashed he shows the reserved Jase what it feels to let goFour years fast forward and Ase is an asshole I mean it the same Ase I loved in the first part is now a major prick After a chance meeting he keeps treating Ase like dirt giving him shit because he's partly in the closet I admit that I got really pissed at him and the story at this point Until I learn what happened to himFamily plays a big role in this story from both sides Not the supportive kind but the kind that scars you for lifeThe kind that goes way too far to fix the gay person So far that their actions can be considered a crime You think these things happen only in fiction or the movies? Sadly they 're notAse and Jase are unfortunately victims of their family and the circumstances and their relationship suffersThe third part is the conclusion If I had to use only one word to describe it it would be real Because things don't just fix themselves in a magic way because you can't form or keep a relationship without fighting and discussing things thoroughly and because you have to heal yourself first if you want to stand a chanceAlthough emotionally exhausting I really enjoyed this and I totally believed in the HEA And please Dustin must get a story I loved him NOTE I never rate books based on editing I'm not comfortable with doing so since English is not my mother tongue and I make plenty mistakes myself I did notice though some editing mistakes here and most importantly the names of the MCs were swapped multiple times It didn't bother me but it did threw me out of the story and I can understand this is a pet peeve for many people Just wanted to point it out because KBoehme is becoming an amazing writer and it's a shame for his books to get low ratings because of this

  5. says:

    45 stars I was Kade's proof readerbeta for this book He has all the emails and texts cataloging my reactions to the story as the plot unfolds I cried I raged I held my breath I rejoiced Both Jase and Ase have some serious issues Young men when they first meet they are torn apart by homophobia and violent acts Four years later they get a second chance I won't spoil this for you just know that I think you should read this Whoever complained about Kade's last book being too fluffy you only have yourself to blame There's not a lick of fluff in this one Obviously I read this for free This is still my unbiased opinion

  6. says:

    35 Stars

  7. says:

    I read a lot of books I’ve read a lot of Kade Boehme’s books This one has to be one of his best Ase is layers upon layers The depth Kade gives this character is breathtaking Jase and Ase are not Prince Charmings and this story isn’t a typical fairytale It’s gritty heartbreaking consuming and profound This world is bigger than we give it credit for There are things that happen out there in the dark that we don’t realize Jase and Ase are both on a journey There’s shady times there’s bright times and there is life changing times What happens when you meet someone who is meant for you but getting to that happily ever after feels almost impossible? Jase can’t fight Ase’s demons when his own are trying to drag him down I adore how Kade is so spot on with every emotion and situation The flow for Confessions of a Wild Heart is flawlessI sat in the middle of my bed wine used tissues and a lot of cursing Ice cream was my balm LOL I love being that affected by a book I love crying with the characters living loving breaking It takes one hell of an author to pull out these feelings and come full circle I just don’t feel this review does this book justice I want it to so badly You really need to experience it I mean that experience it It’s so much than just a story

  8. says:

    I adore Kade's writing and this was no exception The storyline is solid LOVE the reunited lovers trope Butthere were a lot of editing issues Especially toward the end Many times where names were swapped for the other MC and it really took me out of the scene I wanted to give 35 because there were enough of those times to grate on me but the writing was great so I rounded up

  9. says:

    Confessions of a Wild Heart is Kade Boehme's newest story and I really loved it Both MC's are strong on the outside but they're both hiding in many ways and unsure of themselves That vulnerability just drew me in and kept me engaged the whole way through the book Jase Emery is from a small town in Texas with a family that never seems to think he is good enough Jase joined the Army to get money for college and to get away from his small town for a while to breathe but after a couple tours in the Sand Box he doesn't really want to make a career of the Army as much as he does really like the structure Jase is bisexual and he never felt like he could really be himself at home Not that the Army is much better in that regard but one thing at a time yeah?Jase is working on his last tour and decides for once to take his leave and travel around Europe instead of going home And while in Munich he meets Ase They have the most amazing and hot oh lord was it hot weekendAse Ramirez is a Mexican American in Germany staying with family who are military and stationed there He's a med student and Ase really struggles with being himself and dealing with a family that looks upon homosexuality as being a disease On the outside he seems really fearless and fierce with his tattoos and his happy go lucky attitude But dealing with and trying to maintain the expectations from his overbearing and I am being kind family takes its tollThere are three parts to Confessions of a Wild Heart the first of which is my favorite when Ase and Jase first meet in Munich It was a short weekend but I really connected with both characters and their chemistry was off the charts hot and deliciousThe second part comes four years later when life has gotten complicated for both of them and they fell out of touch long ago Their reunion is rocky to say the least and Ase is in a pretty bad head space So much happened after that wonderful weekend in Munich and Ase's life has spiraled a bit out of control Yeah he's a doctor now but that isn't the life he would have chosen for himself And Ase has built a wall around himself to keep anyone from getting in He's not happy and he has no idea how to go about getting out of the life he has found himself inAnd Jase is existing He's not happy either being back home At least in San Antonio he could have some semblance of a life In his super tiny small town he doesn't have much He moved back to help take care of the ranch and his mom after her stroke but happy he is not And the third part is where they both finally figure things out And they work on being a couple We get our happy ending and an Ase who is finally at peace with himself and a lot sorted outI would really love to see a story for Dustin He was a fuck buddy of Ase's when Ase moved to Abernathy I didn't want to like Dustin at all but dammit he was such a good guy throughout the story He encouraged Ase to work things out with Jase and he is a man that isn't afraid to be himself He deserves a happy ending of his own and I'm thinking Jase's Army buddy Ryan might just be able to give it to him Oh please please please?

  10. says:

    Cover gasm That's got Natasha written all over it