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Finding Mr. Wrong (Dreamspun Desires Book 41) Kindle Edition
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This book definitely had a different feel to it. The character’s narration isn’t as upbeat or bouncy. Their personalities are a bit different from one another so I had to get used to that. I usually look forward to a lot of cute banter between the two main characters and while we get that from Jax and Matthew, it’s not the focal point of this book.
The romance is pleasant between the two. There’s a touch of seriousness surrounding this entire book. I would say a little bit of angst as well, but it isn’t too deep where you feel like you are drowning.
In this opposites attract story, you’ll find a lot of characteristics of Cochet signature style. I look forward to seeing if a series will come from this.
Matthew is a workaholic at heart. His father tried to teach him to live life as well but without someone to go home to it's easy to fall into work. After a near death experience Matthew decides he needs to find a husband STAT. If he were to succumb to the deadly allergy that plagues him, his company Hart and Home would go to his cousin. His cousin is not ready and is acting strange. So Matthew recruits his assistant, Adam, for help.
Adam quickly becomes one of my favorite side characters. He's witty, honest, and extremely proficient to the point I suspected him of being a secret agent of some sort.
Jax Foster is the one that got away, or ran away, with his father, in the middle of the night. No trace or trail to follow. Even after growing up he never went back to Matthew. He couldn't.
Matthew walks into an artist's studio upon his father's request and finds his past. The emotions of this scene are felt even outside of the book. I could feel the pain, hurt, sadness, regret, and betrayal. It's going to take a lot of time, talk, and sexy times for them to get beyond all the bad.
They only have to work through how Matthew almost died, Jax's addict father, the mob, and so much more. What could possibly go wrong. ;)
I really enjoyed this book. You have two boys who were best friends as kids, experimented, fell in love and where torn apart. This book had a little bit of angst and a lot of love. Matthew and Jax are from different walks of life but that has never been an issue with Matthew, he has always loved Jax. When they unexpectedly reconnect after several years you could tell that things were gonna start flying. Matthew's assistant Adam and Matthew's father find Jax after Matthew tells Adam he thinks he wants a man for keeps. There is no denying there is chemistry between Jax and Matthew. I love how they each thought of each other over the years and kept mementos and I loved that Jax still remembered about the lemon cake. This was a sweet love story with a little angst at the end but it was all worth it. Great story.
It’s equal parts terrifying and exhilarating for the match-e. Rambling a list of desirable traits and desires and hoping the match-er gets it right is risky. What are the chances of success? How many failed attempts before the winner walks into the sunset holding hands with their happily ever after? Let’s find out….
Matthew thought he was content with his life until a brush with death had him re-evaluating things. Although he’s tried to convince himself he’s ‘just fine’ with his bachelor status…he’s not. He wants someone to come home to every night. He wants a partner to care for and to have someone care for him. Basically, he wants a man and he wants to keep him. But he’s running a company and far too busy to date, so he assigns his assistant to find him “Mr. Right”. Another important tidbit we discover during the matchmaking meeting is a piece of Matthew’s past. He gave his heart away many years ago and in return his first love broke his heart, abandoning him without a word one day. Which explains why he’s never pursued a relationship since. His assistant Adam is smart and resourceful and doesn’t disappoint with his sneaky matchmaking skills. Even though everything about Jax opposes Matthew’s dream man, he’s the best candidate. Why? Because he loves him, always has, and love trumps everything.
What's to like: The story takes off quickly and never wavers. It’s steady and entertaining from start to finish. This is something I’ve come to rely on when I open a book by Mrs. Cochet. I enjoyed both Matthew and Jax, as well as the secondary characters. Especially Matthew’s assistant, Adam, who’s charming and hilarious. I felt the foreshadowing of a spin-off with Adam and I’m very much looking forward to it. I think his own potential bad boy is going to give him a run for his money! The cast was fairly small and easy to handle, allowing the reader to focus on the story. And what a good story it is!
What's to love: I’m always drawn to second chance stories and I was thrilled when I realized this story was about two men reuniting. Not only was it about a couple of best friends brought back together after nearly two decades apart, but they were also first loves. *sigh* First love, second chances, and the complications of meshing two very different lives of two very different men produces this delightful tale. A bit of adrenaline surges into play and the heat factor was just enough in my opinion. When the shadows of Jax’s past threatening to destroy their fragile reconnection I was riveted to their story and couldn’t put it down. Jax wishes he could be enough for Matthew, that he could be his Mr. Right, but that’s just not him. He’s wrong for Matthew, at least according to that paper. But sometimes, Mr. Wrong is exactly….right.
Beware of: A sugary sweet reconciliation. A lifelong addiction that paved an unfair and unjust life for a son with a massive heart. And a sprinkle of improbability here and there.
This book is for: A young broken heart never fully healed because there’s only one person with the magic touch. If you enjoy the beauty of second chances and favor fluff over angst, you’ll want to make note of this exhilarating love connection.