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Two Wrongs Make a Right by [Everett, Ann]
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  • File Size: 987 KB
  • Print Length: 255 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Ann Everett; 1 edition (April 16, 2015)
  • Publication Date: April 16, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00V5M007A
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I got to read this before it was published and as with all of Ann's work, I immediately identified with all the characters. I suffered with Quinn through all of her bad dates, rejoiced when she found Dak, only to be let down when she decided to leave him. I knew how Dak felt about getting involved with the wrong person, having made a few bad choices in men over the years. (Never got shot by a wife though.) And I understood when he got angry at being lied to, but did not agree with the way he handled it, but then I didn't agree with Quinn's lies.

But most of all I really enjoyed watching these two try and work out their differences, hoping that in the end they would finally come together. I don't know how she does it, but Ann Everett delivers another tear at your heart strings story, one you can't help but get involved with, no matter whose side your on.

If you liked Tell Me A Secret, you're going to love Two Wrongs Make a Right!
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I know I like a book if I go back and reread the last couple of chapters, and that is what I did with this book. Being a romance story, the ending was predictable but the journey getting there was fun.
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The story started off slow, almost too slow, but when it picked up, it took off at a crazy pace. Quinn's biological clock is ticking faster than most women her age. She has a genetic condition that throws her into early menopause, meaning her fertile days are numbered. So when her boyfriend of three years dumps her instead of proposing, Quinn get serious about finding Mr. Right. But when one bad date follows another, she gives up and decides single motherhood is for her. After finding out the cost of sperm banks, she decides to just pick up a stranger in a bar and let nature take it's course.

It takes a good third or more of the book before she meets Dak Savage, and when she does, sparks fly. But Dak isn't the guy she was going to use as a sperm donor, so things go from messy to disastrous, with a mixture of lighthearted moments and intense, angsty drama.

Plot
Although I felt it took too long to develop, the plot has some unique aspects. It's part romantic comedy, part angst-filled romance, but it works. The lighter moments help offset the moments when I wanted to a) slap Quinn, or b) smack Dak.

Characters
The characters are fun, well-rounded, and include enough growth to make them a little different from many characters in the genre. Quinn bordered on annoying a few too many times, and Dak needed to pull his head out of his ass on pretty much a regular basis. Dak's twin sister, Sim, is awesome and might just be my favorite character in the book. I loved Quinn's BFF Raynie as well. In fact, I would totally ship Sim and Raynie if they swung that way.

Writing
Ann Everett has a fun voice that reminds me a little of Janet Evanovitch, but is really all her own. Her attention to scene settings helps bring the story to three-dimensional life.
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Quinn Dorsey is getting close to her 35th birthday. Determined to be married with a baby on the way soon. As the women in her family go through menopause early. She just knows her boyfriend of three years is ready to propose. Brad taking her to an expensive restaurant and allowing her to choose anything she wants, when any other time he is so concerned about money, makes her think it all the more. When it is time for desert and Brad informs her he is moving away and not taking her. Quinn realizes now she doesn't have a man and time is running out on the baby. Joining a dating site to hurry things along Quinn realizes this isn't going to either. To hard to work through the toads. When she talks her friends into helping her trick a man into having sex with her with the sole purpose of getting pregnant. She never expected to have such a physical attraction to the man or that he would ever find out the truth.

Dak had given up on one night stands and bar pick ups, until the night her meet Molly aka Quinn at a bar. After a night of the most intense sex he ever remembers having and taking her back to his place for the weekend. He didn't want to let her go. But when Monday morning rolls around and he wakes up alone. He is determined to find her. yet no matter how hard he looks he can't seems to find anyone who knows he.

Loved the storyline. It was so very wrong what Quinn did. I saw her point and she thought herself desperate. When things went wrong and she ended up with the man that actually had morals about family. Yes Dak was a player but a careful one. After everything the way he treats Quinn even knowing that he has feeling for her was so wrong. Hence the title of the book. But making wrongs doesn't take away from the humor and angst that flows through the story. You find yourself caught up in the web of their own making.
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“His heart kicked up again and he wanted to crush his lips against hers. Hold her so close he could feel her heart beat against his chest. Then she spoke and brought him back to reality.”

4 stars, this story is funny, romantic and super sweet all at the same time! This book didn’t disappoint at all!

How can something so wrong…
All Quinn Dorsey wants is a white picket fence fairy tale. But after another failed relationship and her biological clock ticking double time, she’s desperate enough to try online dating. Following a series of worst dates ever, she decides happily-ever-after isn't in the Tarot cards. Forget Cupid, it's time to take matters into her own hands. A simple seduction should do the trick, but then everything that can go wrong...does!
…Turn out to be so right
Dak Savage isn't interested in commitment. He's been burned by women before - lied to, used, even shot. Hell, he considers women a curse and has one rule he never breaks - don't pick up women in bars. But when he agrees to a guys' night out and meets up with the feisty, fast talking Quinn, his rule shatters like a dropped shot glass.

A one night stand turns into a long weekend and as Quinn tries to abandon her ridiculous scheme, she finds herself nose-to-nose and toe-to-toe with the best mistake she's ever made.

Quinn’s biological clock is ticking and she’s almost past her prime. She’s had three failed long term relationships and she’s desperate to find the one. Her friends give her the idea to join a dating website and although reluctant at first she goes for it. After that idea fails, she decides to hit on a friends co-worker, but she never realized that she’d fall for him.
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