Reviewed by Crys Unger
Ok, first of all? I LOVE Lexi Ryan. Like LOVE HER and I love her writing style. The Wrong Kind of Love did NOT disappoint. I honestly can’t wait to read the rest of this series so… yeah, I need the rest of this series like STAT.
This was book on in The Boys of Jackson Harbor Series. Ethan Jackson is a widower and has an adorable 6 year old daughter whom he must find a nanny for. Nicole “Nic” Maddox is literally and I mean LITERALLY about to exchange her wedding vows and finds out AT THE ALTER that her Twin (Identical Twin no less) is Pregnant with her soon to be husband’s baby. Nic flees the wedding and jumps onto a plane that her sister, Veroinca, was going to take at the end of the wedding to escape the humiliation and drama to try to figure out what to do with her life.
Oh man, this book was so good! Nicole ends up in a bar in Jackson Harbor and Ethan spots her. He can’t fight the attraction and they head out of the bar back to her hotel, but he leaves before they can finish what they start as he is on call and is an OBGYN. Ethan really wants to see her again (which is scary to him as he hasn’t wanted that since his wife died) but the next time that she shows up is at his front door announcing that she is now his daughter’s nanny.
I won’t go into much further because honestly, you just need to read this book. But man, the banter with the characters was awesome. I come from a large extended family and I can honestly say that Ms. Ryan was able to capture the family dynamic so well! I loved everything about this book. I laughed, I got choked up, I rooted for the characters, I wanted more to happen to the jerk of an ex of Nicole and I wanted her to lay the smack down on her twin for all that she did. But, I am vindictive like that and I didn’t write the book SOOO… 🙂
Overall, this was great, there is no cheating in this book (with the H and H mind you), the secondary characters are amazing and OMG that epilogue!!! I can’t WAIT for that book like I need it NOW! I couldn’t put this one down and read it in one setting (kids and husband had to fend for themselves). Excellent book 5 stars! I highly recommend this one!