The Right Side of Wrong by Prescott Lane - ARC Review & Release Blitz
It wasn't love at first sight. That would be too easy.
I can tell you all the reasons Paige and I shouldn't be together.
But love overlooks a lot.
My heart doesn't care that I'm ten years older.
There's no age gap in how she makes me feel.
My heart doesn't care that she's a single mother.
It just makes more room.
My heart doesn't care that she's got secrets of her own.
It's used to keeping mine.
The moment I laid eyes on Paige, I lost control.
Control of my desires. Control of my secrets. Control of my heart.
Right or wrong, we're going to have to fight for our happily ever after.
And I don't plan on losing.
I really enjoyed Paige and Slade, overall. There were definitely some points in the story where I was not certain I believed that things would actually go that way in a real life setting, but that is why we read, after all...to experience (even on a page) things that are outside of our own lives...and the events in this one weren't unbelievable enough that it totally pulled me out of the story.
I did enjoy the connection between Paige and Slade, the tension that came from how they met and ended up in one another's lives was interesting, and it felt unique.
I did find that I identified a little more with Slade than with Paige, but I think that was because for a lot of the book I related more to his feelings on the situation than I did hers. But, this didn't ruin the story for me and it didn't make me feel that I couldn't see them as a couple.
Overall, this was an easy read and I enjoyed and recommend this title.
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Prescott Lane is the USA TODAY best-selling author of ALL MY LIFE. She's written several other romance books with strong heroines and swoon-worthy heroes. She is originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, and holds a degree in sociology and an MSW from Tulane University. She married her college sweetheart, and they currently live in New Orleans with their two children and two crazy dogs. Prescott started writing at the age of five, and sold her first story about a talking turtle to her father for a quarter. She later turned to writing romance novels because there aren't enough happily ever afters in real life.