Review: Seeking Mr. Wrong by Natalie CharlesMonday, February 13, 2017
***ARC PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
You may be familiar with Natalie Charles through her Archer Cove series. Her brilliant work continues on through her latest upcoming release, ‘Seeking Mr. Wrong’. Seeking Mr. Wrong is a must read book of February for anyone who loves romance. Contemporary romance at that!
I'm an avid reader and contemporary romance is one of my top favorite genres. Seeking Mr. Wrong is a great addition it is light hearted and has charming qualities you will enjoy. The dialogue was well written and Natalie's style of writing captivates the reader through and through. The whole book, beginning to the end will leave you feeling excited for what Natalie has coming up later.
Seeking Mr Wrong brings us Lettie Osbourne, a kindergarten teacher who has always lived her life on the straight and narrow. Always crossing her t's and dotting her i's. Everything Lettie does is a routine nothing out of the ordinary, certainly not living her life on the edge. Making every moment count doesn't apply to her.
Writing children's books in her spare time is all the excitement she needs. With her dog, and seeing her sister's kids, she's content with her life as it is. She decided she's better off alone after her fiancé leaves her. Her life is fine the way it is. No need to chance anything.
But when her vanilla life gets flipped upside down by her publisher, she doesn't know what to do. Her delicate life gets a lot steamier as her writing takes on a different turn thanks to her editor. Going from writing children's books to a erotica romance can be harder than you think. Does Lettie have what it takes? Can she find the inspiration for her new novel?
Lettie sets out to find her perfect muse. One she never saw coming, Eric Clayman, vice principal of all things.
I fell in love with the story of Lettie and Eric. I truly enjoyed Seeking Mr. Wrong. It was a one of a kind novel. It was a good hearted read one I know you will enjoy as much as I have.
Reviewed by Lindsey W.