Mr. So Wrong (Mister Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Al, whom we met in Mr. All Wrong, took a bit of convincing for me to warm up to him, but he was easier that Samantha. To be honest, I didn’t even remember Al in book 1, I had to be reminded about him. Guess he didn’t leave much of an impression on me. Samantha was young and troubled and just all over the place. She had definitely faced trauma in her life which made me feel for her, but she couldn’t decide who she liked or what she wanted.
I stuck with this book till the end since the author did have my wondering about where the characters would go with their lives and what their secrets were. In the end, I enjoyed the book, but it didn’t leave me with any residual emotional feelings to lament about.
Unfortunately, Sam made it hard for me to get through this story. She was hard in a way that made her unrelatable and therefore unlikeable. Once all her cards were on the table I should have felt more sympathy for her, but I had already 39 chapters of thinking that I didn't get what Al saw in her. And the ending just made me feel she was selfish.
Overall, the story was well written, but if Al hadn't been so wonderful it would have been a total flop for me.
* I received a complimentary copy of this book, via Hidden Gems Books, in exchange for my voluntary review.
As for Samantha; that girl was a tough cookie to swallow. I got to say I didn’t like her all that much thorough out the story. Her pushing Al away every chance she got, was too much at times. But when all her secrets are reviled and she starts seeing herself like Al saw her from the get-go and you start understanding how hard her life was? She kinda grew on me I can’t lie.
This book has it all…laughter, tears and a couple of HOT scenes that will make you blush. I just wish I connected with it more and that is why this is a 3,5* read for me.
***Review copy requested and reviewed on behalf of OMGReads Blog***
Samantha Belmont was never meant to stay in the tiny town of Holston. Raised by her older sister after her mother died when Sam was only nine, she couldn’t quite find her way out even after her sister did. Instead she found herself helping her emotionally distant father keep the family cattle ranch from going under. She’s not happy, but she’s okay. And, she never could pass up a stray . . . especially when it comes in the form of a gorgeous man passed out in his car and stranded on the side of the road during a snowstorm.
From the moment they lay eyes on each other, Sam and Al’s chemistry is off the charts hot. But between their age difference, social backgrounds and the fact that Al doesn’t plan on sticking around after his car is fixed it’s a real bad idea to act on all that heat between them . . . .
Both Sam and Al have secrets, but for the first time in his life, Al sees something more important than achieving political success and he’s finally ready to take a chance on it if he can only convince Samantha to do the same and take a chance on him. Trusts are tested and hearts are broken, but Al isn’t ready to give up the the beautiful and spirited cowgirl that’s roped his heart no matter how hard she tries to push him away.
After ready Mr. All Wrong, I couldn’t wait to read Al’s story and R.C. Stephens did not disappoint. Both Al and Samantha have tragedy in their young pasts that shaped them in to who they are today. Neither is truly open to love or relationships and are content enjoying flings until fate brings them together during a Colorado blizzard. These two characters really are about as opposite as you can be on so many levels that a relationship should never work. But, the author creates such a slow burn as the characters begin to flirt and drift towards each other like magnets that we get to enjoy this opposites attract love story.
The author did a fabulous job developing these characters and giving them amazing depth and personality. I especially enjoyed watching Al learn to embrace all the ranch had to offer, including manual labor. We also see that there is much more to Samantha that she lets on as the story develops. The side cast of characters is also very strong and help us learn a lot about Sam and Al and why they are the way they are.
While this book can easily be read as a stand alone, I recommend reading Mr. All Wrong first to get a bit of Al’s backstory on just why he’s heading to the middle of nowhere in a porsche during the middle of winter. Grab your class of wine and settle in for this slow burn opposites attract romance! 5 stars!
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