The Wrong Kind of Love by Lexi Ryan
Nic’s wedding day should be the happiest day of her life. It should not be the day she finds out her fiance is cheating on her with her twin sister. Nic was already on edge but the news of her pregnant sister just tipped it over the edge. It was time for her to leave, and grabbing her sisters purse was luck or fate. She ended up in a new state with old grudges. After drinking herself into a bad situation, Nic finds her self with a brooding hero. Ethan is not looking for a relationship at all. The only thing he is interested in is a good time. Which can paint him as an ass whole. This new girl in town should not be his latest victim. She is not the kind of girl he should get involved with. He can tell she has a sweet side and would regret it in the morning. The two come close to sealing the deal but was interrupted.
Fast forward to Nic now dealing with her absence, she now has to decide where she wants to go from here. If it’s not bad enough she has to clean up her sisters mess. She left her future employer empty handed as she jets of on what would have been Nic’s honey moon. It turns out the stranger at the bar is now her boss. Nic has to uncover all Ethan’s history, before she can understand why he is such the ass whole he seems to be. While doing this the two fight their feeling for each other. They each can be the trigger that sends the other over the edge.
I will say this is one of the aspects that is pulling me out of my reading slump. Lexi Ryan is a great writer. I felt everything from page one. I just could not put the book down. I really wasn’t expecting the revelations that came along with this book. I will be giving no clues because going in not know just makes it so much better. The wrong kind of love is a very lusty read. I will say that once the main characters have sex they kind of don’t stop. But once you get invested with the story line you look past it. I was very much rooting for both characters. I think that’s because the story is told from dual points of view. I give this book 4.5/5 stars. This book does deal with depression, just an fyi. If you like a good romantic, dramatic, book, The Wrong Kind of Love is just for you!