My 4-star review
Mr. Wright Now is Kade Wright. Nelena, a Canadian, visits Las Vegas after narrowly escaping marrying a man who cheated on her with her sister. That is one of the things she has in common with Kade. He was also betrayed by love… his fiancee. Neither are looking for love. But the sexy scenes sizzle. Can they keep it a ’14 day affair’ or is it something more?
One of the things I liked about Kade is that he is a professional dancer, not the usual occupation of males in romance novels. And not an erotic dancer/ stripper, either. He moved to Las Vegas to escape a betrayal, and his life seems on hold. Nelena is looking for someone to help her forget Byron and move on. Their chemistry is combustible. I enjoyed the picnic scene… romantic.
Then there are Kali and Allie, the lesbian friends of Nelena and Kade. They are mouthy, out-spoken, and loyal to their friends… and they love sex. They are interesting secondary characters.
I enjoyed this contemporary romance novel. I was left wanting something more, thus the four star rating. It ends with a cliffhanger that is a last minute twist that has me curious as to where the author will go with book 2.
Note: I received an advance reader copy (ARC) in exchange for an honest review.”
Alannah Carbonneau – Mr. Wright Now
I live in Alberta, Canada, where the weather is forever changing (without warning). I am engaged to be married in August 2015 to my high school sweetheart and love of my life. There are no children in my life as of right now, but we do have a handful of rambunctious cats (four) and a testy, rescued Shepard/Husky, who take up a lot of my time.
Ever since I can remember, I’ve adored the written word. English was always my favorite class and that may be biased because I can’t count to save my life, so math was a horror! I remember the very first novel I ever read, Shocking Pink by Erica Spindler. It was the most interesting of the covers on my mom’s bookshelf (probably because it was pink) and I was way too young to be reading that novel. But I fell in love. From there, I read almost everything from V.C. Andrews.
My writing started out as poetry, which then evolved to songs, and later into novels. I was never one for the short stories as I found it too difficult to pack everything I imagined into something so small. I now have multiple novels published independently. I write both novels for young adults and novels for adults – all romance.
Despite my favorite younger reading material, I now adore writing and reading all things romance.
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