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The Wright One: A Single Mom Widow Romance Kindle Edition
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|Book 6 of 6 in Wright series|
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- File Size : 494 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 228 pages
- Publisher : K.A. Linde Inc. (May 29, 2018)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B078T1J95V
- Publication Date : May 29, 2018
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #98,701 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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When she finally does listen, your heart really goes out to David. That man is strong, kind and amazing. He built himself up from the rubble and became successful on his own. Now he is fighting for his heart. And I thought he was winning. Him and Sutton were working things out. He was healing over his past and moving forward. Even forging ahead tentatively with his family all thanks to Sutton.
But whomp my happiness got stomped on by Sutton’s feelings, her inability to face the grieving she needs to go through and to fix herself and outside forces having her go reeling. And once again I was frustrated with the girl. I mean come on girl just deal with it will you. I know feelings are complicated but you are crushing the dude again and he doesn’t deserve it. Nope he doesn’t. This time though she may have gone too far. And really why be stunned when he did what you asked. I think Sutton thought hey he’ll be here when I am ready but he needed to do what was right for him as well. you can feel the love that David and Sutton have for each other they just have so many emotional hurdles to go through to be together.
Good thing Sutton had some sense knocked into her and we get a sweet HEA. So how was the story overall? It was great. the writing flowed nicely. The story draws you into its web with the emotion, healing, love, support and strength of the characters. You knew based on the first book, this story wasn’t going to be easy emotionally but what it has you feel and the feelings are more for David for me are raw and real. The characters truly draw you out and have you react to their actions. I love David’s POV the most because we see his love and why he does what he does. Everything for him was done to make sure he wasn’t causing any pain to Sutton. Sutton’s POV was more emotional and off the cuff. We get her doing everything off of emotion she is feeling at the time. So it is more raw. The story itself is emotional and really one you sink into. It is of forgiveness of others and yourself, moving on, family and love. A book that leaves you sated and feeling like you went through the grind with David and Sutton but oh so worth it in the end.
As heartwrenching as Sutton’s story was in the Wright Love, David’s was just as traumatic for completely different reasons. The light that was shed on his estrangement from his family, how truly alone he was in the world, was something I couldn’t begin to fathom. He may have made some incredibly poor choices in keeping secrets, but it was all done in the name of protecting his heart.
Sutton, once again, amazed me with her strength. Of course, she had her moments of weakness – after everything she’d been through she deserved to be allowed to be completely broken sometimes – but she always pulled herself back together and fought. For herself. For her son. For her family. For David.
Despite many moments of insecurity, The Wright One was a sweet romance story. Sutton and David had more than a few things to work through, and sometimes those pitfalls seemed like they were too deep to emerge from, but they battled for what they wanted, what they needed. As the slowly but surely worked on themselves and their relationship, it was wonderful to see their broken pieces start to find a new way to fit together.
The Wright One is the second book in KA Linde’s Wright Love Duet. These books are both about Sutton and David and can not be read independently of the other. The Wright Love series is part of the Wright series world, though those books do not need to be read to understand The Wright Love Duet. The Wright One is written in dual first-person perspective, narrated by Sutton and David.
KA Linde did a phenomenal job of wrapping up this duet. There was enough conflict to keep it interesting, enough romance to keep me swooning, and enough healing to keep me invested in Sutton and David’s happiness. I was also impressed with how well she set up stories for some secondary characters, and I can’t wait to see how they play out.
This book tore my heart out. I cried and my heart hurt for the characters. Sutton thinks she is finally ready to move on from her late husband and David is finally ready to take things further with Sutton. As you can see, they have a ton of things stacked against them to begin with. This book is refreshing in the sense that there is no real villain. If I had to choose one, the situation itself is the villain, death is the villain. It’s just a series of crappy circumstances in which two people have to really fight to love each other and be together.
Truly loved this duet!!! Sad to see it finished but so glad I read it.
Overview. Sutton and David are trying to balance their new life together and still help Sutton get over her grief of her husband Maverick. But Sutton keeps doubting herself and letting others influence her. David is doing everything he can to be patient and loving as Sutton returns to a happy person. But while she is recovering she also helps David understand his past and how to find a bond with his family again. Both healing each other.
Top reviews from other countries
And the The Wright One is just as heartbreaking and emotional as The Wright Love. I cried, I swooned and I loved.
"I thought it was... right. But it's not"
The Wright One is a little bit different than the first book. Yet it's totally the same. The story of Sutton and David is full of love and pain, trust and secrets, it's about two people who try to find their way to each other even when life makes it difficult - Sutton's conflicting feelings for David and her dead husband, David's family,...
"I wanted nothing more than to make her happy. Tomake my butterfly spread her wings."
The Wright One is pure, it's raw and emotional. I loved Sutton and David in this book! They were the perfect, imperfect couple.
Sutton, I adore her so much! She's such a sweet and lovely person, and had to go through so much. She's strong and just wants to be happy. And David, he's just the sweetest. He won't push Sutton for anything and loves and respect her and her wishes. Hes loyal and always wants what's best for Sutton and her son.
The whole story is just amazing. I loved it and can't wait to read the next book by KA Linde.