⭐️ Review – Falling for Mr. Wright (Bachelors in Suits #1) by Robyn Neeley ⭐️



After being dumped two weeks before his wedding, civil engineer Ryan Wright’s not interested in love. Been there, done that, had the wedding deposits to prove it. Still, he can’t help lusting after the fiery redheaded executive assistant who’s stirring up feelings that aren’t exactly appropriate for the office.

Sarah Leonard is determined to make the CEO fall in love with her. To execute her plan, she’s going to need a little help in the form of her lunch buddy, the 6’2” office hottie who just so happens to be their boss’s best friend. Who better to tell Sarah everything she needs to know to win the other man’s heart?

Ryan agrees to help Sarah put her plan in motion, but he has no intention of helping her win anything. In fact, it’s time to show his office crush that he’s the guy she should be falling for…


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** ARC kindly provided by the author for an honest review. **

Falling For Mr Wright is the kind of story you’d like to read on a Sunday afternoon, a sweet and fun romance, with no pretense, just a feel good story.

It was my first book by Robyn Neeley and I had a great time reading this story about a woman who was definitely oblivious to the obvious when it came to finding Mr Right or Mr Wright.

Sarah was determined to find love and to get it… as good as this plan seemed to be, when she asked Ryan to help her, well I’d just say that it was a recipe for disaster.

One, she was trying to get attention from a man who haven’t noticed her, too absorbed by his work.

Two, she was trying too hard, trying to change in order to find love.

Three, icing on the cake, she was asking to Ryan, her co-worker and great friend for help. Let’s just say that she wasn’t immune to his charms.

When the sparks and butterflies with the guy she shouldn’t feel something about happened, things were getting a little complicated between Sarah and Ryan. What felt right seemed suddenly wrong, and the heart took over the reason… it became so right!

Throughout the story, I followed the sweet, charming and endearing character in her quest to find love, whereas our hero here realized that he didn’t want to make his friend fall in love with her, trying to show her that he was the right guy, but when you are known like a non commitment guy, it was hard to be taken seriously.

The story was catchy and sweet. I was reading this book with a smile on my face about one heroine too stubborn to see what was in front of her, with a cause doomed from the start, to finally find love after a few mishaps.





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