Albert Walsh the Third has spent over a decade running away from his past. With no job and nothing to lose, he goes on a spontaneous drive to visit his sister in the mountains of Colorado. The simple trip proves to be more than he bargained for.
Samantha Belmont is floating through life. She’s cast her dreams aside and now works on her papa’s ranch. One night, Sam is driving home in a snow storm after a hookup when she spots a car in a ditch and saves a man’s life. She doesn’t expect to develop feelings for the hot as hell stranger. Everything about him is wrong from his pointy shoes and fancy car to his age. Pushing him away would be the smart move.
Only Al can’t be pushed around anymore. Maybe it’s because she saved his life or maybe it’s because this cowgirl is completely different from every other woman he’s been with.
Problem is Sam has secrets of her own. Secrets she doesn’t want Al to find out because if he did he’d run in the other direction. She pushes him away even though he melts her panties right off—literally. There is more than just her heart that needs protection. Al won’t give up fighting for the feisty cowgirl’s attention.
Tempers will flare and hearts will be broken.
And Sam’s plans to never settle down will be torched like the inferno of passion raging between them.
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I fell head first into Sam and Al's story, I loved it!.
Mr so wrong is the second book in the series and picks up from where the previous book finished with his friend and boss finding love and a new path in life, it leaves Al feeling lost, jobless and in need of a new path of his own.
When Al takes a trip to visit his sister he ends up In a ditch. With a bad snow storm and being stranded Al finds himself in a dangerous situation in freezing conditions.
Al is rescued by Sam, a rancher who lives with her father. Al becomes ill with hypothermia and Sam nurse's him back to health.
City boy meets country girl. Play boy meets play girl, two wrongs make one right.
Sam is a straight talking country girl, she's lived with her father since the death of her mother taking care of the ranch and although she's promiscuous, she's a great and loveable character.
Mr So wrong is a story of fate, a journey of self discovery for both characters with heart breaking and heartwarming back story's and its a story of new beginnings, removing barriers, and of course unexpected love.
A great story that had a completely different feel to the first book.
This is my second book by this author and I am really enjoying her writing. There's a perfect balance of hotness in the plot, likable characters and enough going on to keep you turning the pages.
Can be read as a standalone and told in first person dual pov's.
Mr So Wrong is what I would call an ideal Sunday read with very little angst or drama, no cheating and leads to a hea.
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