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  • Series: The Kelly Brothers
  • Paperback: 198 pages
  • Publisher: Crista McHugh (February 19, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1940559936
  • ISBN-13: 978-1940559933
  • Product Dimensions: 0.4 x 4.9 x 7.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,931,916 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Crista McHugh is a NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY BESTSELLING author of fantasy and romance with heroines who are smart, sexy, and anything but ordinary.

Growing up in small town Alabama, Crista relied on story-telling as a natural way for her to pass the time and keep her two younger sisters entertained.

She currently lives in the Audi-filled suburbs of Seattle with her husband and two children, maintaining her alter ego of mild-mannered physician by day while she continues to pursue writing on nights and weekends.

Just for laughs, here are some of the jobs she's had in the past to pay the bills: barista, bartender, sommelier, stagehand, actress, morgue attendant, and autopsy assistant.

And she's also a recovering LARPer. (She blames it on her crazy college days)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By pw reader on March 3, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Falling for the Wingman by Crista McHugh is the third of the Kelly Brothers to fall. Only he falls for the wrong sister. This is classic Cyrano de Bergerac as female. However, instead of the long nose it is the little sister friend. Caleb may be slow on the uptake as to which sister actually wrote the emails during his deployment and which is the one he truly loves but he comes through in the end. How could he be so blinded by Kourtney not to see the practical, caring and subtlety beautiful Alex? Men can be so clueless. Crista McHugh nailed his tunnel vision perfectly.
This series has become my favorite of the year. I have read several family series and enjoy them so I feel confident in saying this is one of the best. The writing is clean and precise while at the same time expressive and captivating. In fact, I dare say each one keeps getting better and better. Each brother is unique and so are the stories. No matter the career or location or even the personality of the Kelly son (I like Mom Kelly a lot too), each is endearing and wisely falls for an equally impressive strong woman. I can without any reservations highly recommend this book for those who love ordinary men and women finding extraordinary love.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By athena holt on June 4, 2014
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This was one of the best books I've read in a long time. Would recomend this for everyone looking for a great love story.
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Crista McHugh brings us the story of next Kelly Brother who finds himself inching closer meeting his match on his way to the altar. This latest installment packs a punch in the sweetness and “aww”-inducing department with a hero whose mixture of playboy past and present “good-boy” vibes and a heroine whose girl next door and girl without frills personality make for some really memorable scenes.

As a novel, it was a bit shorter than her previous one, which featured Caleb’s brother Ben and dealt with a much heavier issue. Caleb’s story is light in some ways, a feel-good reading, but it also dealt with legitimate issues that readers can easily relate to.

I love the pacing of the story and how our main characters really just put themselves out there. While I appreciate being inside their heads, so to speak, and hearing their thoughts and finding out their feelings, I really appreciate the fact that they act, they do, they move forward. There wasn’t much of that brooding (although I’m not saying that brooding is bad) but this take on how things flow is refreshing for me as a reader.

Another thing I appreciate in this novel is how the author takes the story one step further and gives us some of the ups and downs after the main couple gets together. Of course, some of that happily-ever-after feeling can already be felt when they decided to be together but I also love that the author was able to share with us the fact that life or relationships don’t stop there. Everything’s not going to be rosy or perfect all the time even if you’re with the one who means everything to you.

Caleb is an interesting and totally lovable and swoon-worthy character.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Melena on June 1, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Crista McHugh created such a beautiful tale it was easy to love. I felt for Alex. Her whole life she has always competed against her sister whether for her parent’s attention or for the love she has craved in a man like Caleb. Now Caleb was a little hard to like for he was determined to get Kourtney no matter what. I got kind of annoyed with this. I mean here is Alex giving her whole heart out to him and he still hung on Kourtney like a broken record. Other than that it was okay just wish there was more between Caleb and Alex sexual chemistry that was in the air between them.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 26, 2014
Format: Paperback
Crista McHugh is one of those authors who is so amazing, it's a wonder why she doesn't have a publisher. Her books are light, but oh-so-romantic, and this book is no exception.

I really liked the fact that Caleb would still call his older brother Adam for advice. That goes to show that he has a tight bond with his family.

I really liked this story because of the undeniable chemistry between Caleb and Alex. Alex wanted a chance, and Caleb was only too desperate to fall for her plan. I loved the way that Alex was so easy going and Caleb was finally noticing her as a woman. She lit up a room wherever she went.

Caleb was set on convincing Alex's sister Kourtney to come back to him. He was confused and he fell in love with the woman who were sending him emails while he was deployed. Talk about a romantic story.

Overall, the character development was superb, and I really enjoyed the quirks of each person in the town of Jackson Grove. If you're looking for a good read, definitely check out this book and the whole series!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sebella Blue on March 21, 2014
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Yay!! This is just the perfect introduction to Spring. It was fresh and bright and I smiled through the whole too short book. Even when I was cussing at Caleb for being a dummy, I was still grinning like a possum in a tree made of bacon. Caleb, or as I called him "Idiot", was like a lot of young flyboys, swayed by a pretty face and a monster rack. I will give him his props though, he really did think Kourtney had more substance than silicon. She did NOT. The diamond he had overlooked, was actually covered in motor oil, the gem of a sister, Alex.

Alex, man if I swung that way, I would be all over this chick. She was restoring a 71 Road Runner, and this has been my DREAM CAR since I knew what a car should be. When I read that, I nearly had a conniption right on the spot. This is a car for people who KNOW cars. It's not as obvious as your Mustangs, or Vette's, so a big, big gigantic thumbs up to Crista for showing her smarts with this pick. If Alex had super powers of some sort, she would probably be my all time favorite heroine, but as I am at heart a pnr girl, you need to have some sort of supernatural thing going.

Now, the story and H/h were awesome, the only thing that irked me about Falling For the Wingman, was that Alex's mother did not meet a suitably gruesome, bloody, painful, long drawn out torturous death. This woman, mmmm, she did set off my ire meter just a bit. It's no wonder the two daughters had self esteem issues, their mother was a troll queen. Wow, that bit of venting was cathartic.

This series just gets better, and better. This strikes me as improbable because it was pretty dang close to perfect from the start, but Crista McHugh has definitely struck gold with the Kelly brothers. They are going to run out eventually so she might want to discover some Irish cousins. (I'm partial to a brogue) I am anxiously awaiting The Heart's Game, so let's get to writing Crista. Job very well done, brava.
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