So Wrong, it’s Wright by Amelia Kingston

So Wrong, it’s Wright by Amelia Kingston
Publisher: Totally Entwined
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Larkspur

An infuriatingly irresistible love story.

Michelle Anders is done with love. Done with the involuntary heart palpitations and suffocating in breathless moments. Done crying over a man who doesn’t deserve her. She’s determined to become a strong, independent woman, starting with focusing on what really matters. Herself.
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The solitary week of relaxation she planned at a friend’s remote lake house turns unbearable when the man who broke her heart stumbles in on her. While she’s stark naked in the bathtub. With his pants around his ankles!

Drew Wright may be the NFL’s newest darling, but to Michelle the jock is nothing but a loud-mouthed, crass, country-boy brute. He doesn’t deserve a second of her time…but the things he can do to her body are irresistible.

When mother nature conspires to keep them locked up together, Michelle needs to figure out where lust ends and love begins.

Drew and Michelle love to hate each other. In Amelia Kingston’s story Something So Wrong, it’s Wright, Drew and Michelle are thrown together again when they both decide to get away for a few days. They both decide to stay at a friends house and are dismayed to discover they will not not be alone. They bicker and argue while trying to ignore the sparks flying between them.

This is a hot, sexy novella about Drew and Michelle who have lingering hurt feelings from the past. I found it easy to connect with both of them and wanted them to have their HEA. They have a lot of chemistry, even though at first, they try to ignore it. I enjoyed this fast paced, entertaining story.

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