He may be at a romance readers’ convention, but a naked woman in the elevator is not what horror writer Ryan Wheeler expects. Now he can’t take his eyes off of her—and not just because he saw her naked, though her luscious curves certainly aren’t helping the matter. She’s beautiful, funny, snarky…and a complication he doesn’t need.
Running into her teen heartthrob while naked wasn’t exactly part of romance novelist Andi Palmer’s weekend plans. Worse, he doesn’t recognize her and gives her a fake name. Years ago, he shot her down in the worst possible way, and now this? It’s time for a little down-and-dirty revenge.
Ryan’s more than a little turned on by this good girl who wants to be bad. But things aren’t what they seem, and the secrets they’re keeping from one another might just end this sexy little rendezvous before it ever begins…
Betting On The Wrong Brother was a sweet, cute and funny read about mistaken identity, a little bit of revenge, and a whole lot of changing your views on love and happily ever after when you didn’t believe in it before. I was able to curl up and read this book in a couple of hours one afternoon and it really did leave a smile on my face.
Andi believes that the man who umm catches her in less clothing than she would like while stuck in an elevator is the boy from high school that broke her heart. She plans to get her revenge on him while at the book signing event and she definitely starts to do that right away. Both feel the chemistry from the start and both are hiding secrets, one filled with revenge and the other not wanting to lose the one person who is making him rethink his stance on love and relationships. You will laugh, you will be yelling out to no one that both of these characters are idiots but loving them at the same time.
I needed a switch from some of the more intense books I have been reading lately and Betting On The Wrong Brother had just enough sweetness and heat that it was exactly what I was looking for. Even though this is part of a series, each book is by a different author, you can read as a standalone without any fear that you will be missing out on something, well besides some other good books that is.
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Cathryn Fox is a wife, mom, sister, daughter, and friend. She loves dogs, sunny weather, anything chocolate (she never says no to a brownie) pizza and red wine. Cathryn has two teenagers who keep her busy and a husband who is convinced he can turn her into a mixed martial arts fan. When not writing, Cathryn can be found laughing over lunch with friends, hanging out with her kids, or watching a big action flick with her husband.