Putting a woman on her knees before me is what really makes my cock hard. I fuck with dominant force and absolute control. I demand complete surrender from my conquests.

Savage man, loner, warrior… I am dangerous at my core. I have lived amidst the untamed wild of the rainforest, in a society that reveres me and where every woman falls before me in subjugation.

Now I’ve been discovered. Forced to return to a world that I have forgotten about and to a culture that is only vaguely familiar to my senses.

Dr. Moira Reed is an anthropologist who has been hired to help me transition back into modern society. It’s her job to smooth away my rough edges… to teach me how to navigate properly through this new life of mine. She wants to tame me.

She’ll never win.

I am wild, free and raw, and the only thing I want from the beautiful Moira Reed is to fuck her into submission.

Yes, very soon, I will become the teacher and she will become my student. And when I am finished showing her body pleasure like no other, she’ll know what it feels like to be claimed by an uncivilized man.

3 stars!

You know the feeling when you’re reading a book and you’re seeing the words and they register in your mind but they’re not making an impact? Stir zero emotions? Make you feel like there’s an invisible wall between you and the book? Uncivilized was that kind of book for me. Don’t get me wrong, it’s scorching hot and probably is erotica at its finest but from a storyline standpoint, it was pretty unrealistic. Knowing me, I have to have more than just hot sex in a story to love it and that didn’t happen here. Thus, my feelings for this book are best summed up with this cliché statement: liked it, but in no way did I love it.*********************18 years ago, the hero Zacharias (at that time age 7) went on a mission trip with his parents and disappeared in the Amazon rainforest.Flipping back to present day, anthropologist Moira Reed accepts the task of finding Zach, bringing him back to his godfather, and helping him adjust to modernity. Zach is naturally unwilling and furious that he has to leave his tribe and the only family he remembers.Now here’s where the story started to go downhill for me. For someone who’s lived in the Amazon for 18 years, barely remembering anything about his past, and hardly using English as his language, I found it strange that his English was flawless as portrayed in his POV. He also learns about technology in a snap and what do you know…the first thing he looks up is sex. With the way the author introduces the social dichotomy between Zach’s tribe and the modern world, I expected a certain degree of cultural shock on his part but got none and that in itself, is shocking. However, he does recognize that he’s an oddball in society and is torn between the people he cares about – Moira or Paraila (his adoptive father in the Amazon)? Civilization or Caraican tribe?

I think I would’ve enjoyed this book a lot more if I warmed up to Zach’s character but sadly I never did. I found him to be too simplistic and the one main thing that dominates his mind is sex. It just got to the point where I was tapping my foot wondering if there was anything else to the story aside from sex and sex education. I also wasn’t a fan of the rushed and sort-of ridiculous ending.I would recommend this book to smut fanatics and erotica lovers but for those who are like me and aren’t fans of purely erotic stories, you might bump into some of the problems I had with the book. This definitely wasn’t a bad book by any means, just not a story I could fully enjoy based on its content.ARC provided by Season Publishing via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.