A new contemporary romance stand alone from USA Today bestselling author K.A. Linde…
I'd dated his brother.
He didn’t remember and I wish I could forget.
I may have sworn off the Wright family a long time ago. But when I returned home, Jensen Wright crashed into my life with the confidence of a billionaire CEO and the sex appeal of a god. Even I couldn’t resist our charged chemistry, or the way he fit into my life like a missing puzzle piece.
Too bad he’d forgotten the one thing that could destroy us.
Because Jensen Wright doesn’t share. Not with anyone. And if his brother finds out, this could all go down in flames.
When it all was said and done, was he the Wright brother?
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So good to be Wright!
The Wright Brother was an entertaining and angsty read. It had steam, drama, and a bit of taboo/forbidden, since the heroine had dated the hero's younger brother in high school. The story revolves around Jensen Wright and Emery Robinson and is told from both of their points of view.
Overall, I liked both Jensen and Emery and rooted for them to get their happy ending, but it was a little too instalove for me. It didn't seem possible that secretive and commitment-phobe Jensen would suddenly drop all his walls and decide that he couldn't live without Emery. Speaking of Emery, she was coming off a 3 year relationship, but a month after meeting Jensen, she was professing her undying love for the man. I understand that her relationship with Mitch was already on the outs prior to the break-up and that she (and Jensen) didn't seek each other out initially for anything other than fun and distraction, but I personally just prefer a little more development and gradual build up. The drama from misunderstandings and assumptions was also a bit much and I wish that these two would have just sat down and listened to each other instead of pushing each other away. There were plenty of steamy scenes to help me get past these issues though (sigh, the cabin!), and even though the big surprise and reveal were heavily foreshadowed, I still couldn't put the book down. I really enjoyed reading about Jensen and Emery's journey to discover themselves and each other.
This was a great start to a new interconnected series (I'm not sure how many books are actually planned, but there are 4 Wright siblings...), but I'm excited to read Landon's story next in book 2, The Wright Boss.
I originally got this book because it was free and it had been sitting in my iBooks library for about three months before I even bothered glancing at it. I am actually REALLY upset that I didn't read this early. I have been in a bit of a book funk in the past 3 weeks where nothing is catching my attention or just too predictable (aside from the couples actually getting together in the end) so they either end back up on my 'want to read' or 'dnf' list.
In the beginning of the story I wasn't sure about the recently cheated on PhD student getting in to a relationship so fast with her ex-boyfriends brother, but I think it was so well written they it didn't bother me at all. I could not put this book down! I turned into that person at a baseball game with their nose in their phone trying to get my fill of Emery and Jensen. I really liked the way the author plays with time. This story is not played out within a couple days but rather lets the days flow through her writing which is one of my biggest pet peeves in other story's. Their steamy scenes were not the smuttiest I've ever read but it was great non the less. I felt their chemistry through the book, I think it helped ease my thoughts that they somewhat knew each other in the past so the getting to know each other part was a little skipped.
I am really looking forward to seeing more of E&J in future books about the Wright family. I think I just found my new series obsession (and there has only been one other thus far).
I tried but I couldn’t do it
I tried but I just couldn’t be ok with having relationships with brothers. I liked the story line with the mystery of Colton’s father.