Friday, August 23, 2013

TRT: THE RIGHT KIND OF WRONG by Emily Wood, Book Three in the Rags to Riches Series @tastybooktours

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Maybe only someone who’s been behind bars can understand how to set her free.
Fresh out of jail, Jamie Pierce is desperate to change his ways and become a better person. He wants to earn enough money to get out of London for good and live a quiet life somewhere in the country. But then he meets Harriet Jones, a beautiful young fashion designer who is plagued by self-doubt, and suddenly leaving doesn’t seem so simple.
Harriet has spent years trying to win her father’s affection, but time and time again she’s been left feeling that she just isn’t good enough. When she starts to fall for her rough-around-the-edges neighbor, she knows her father would never approve.
It was only meant to be a fling, but maybe the person who seems so wrong for her could be just the kind of person she needs. Can Jamie help Harriet learn to believe in herself, or will she remain trapped in her own prison of self-doubt?
Content Warning: explicit sex
Who doesn't love a hero like Jamie, tough on the outside, a little tortured and kinda bad-ass, but sweet and kind, would be there to save you if you ever came home from a bar, slightly drunk and the guy you were sharing the cab with, tried to get a little to "Friendly", yep, that's Jamie, and I liked him all the more for it.
Harriet....meh....I was kinda pissed at her, and wanted to smack her a few times, but there are only a handful of Heroines who I actually LOVE, so maybe I get a bit too attached to my heroes...hummmmm....Anyway, she did redeem herself at the end, and THANK GOD for that!
Sweet Romance with a side dish of Spice!  Nice read for a Rainy Afternoon!

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Meet Emily

I have always believed that the best stories are the ones that you can't put down, the ones that transport you to a different place and make you believe in the characters. This is exactly why I write… I have always loved the escapism that reading and writing provides, and there is nothing more exciting than imagining your own set of characters, and then letting them practically write the story for you. Writing has always been a dream of mine, and I'm lucky to have the kind of people around me that have always nurtured and encouraged my passion.

I live a cozy little life in Wales, and when I'm not writing I'm taking care of my young family, studying for a degree in Classical Studies, and training to become a nail technician. I love traveling to new places, meeting new people, and experiencing new things…it's all great inspiration for my books!

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