- St Martin's Press
- Release Date
- March 2016
Haley Mitchell is tired of moping. With her broken heart repaired with a thick layer of duct tape, she's ready to put her ex behind her and move on. After a chance encounter in a club, she's convinced she's met Mr. Perfect. But when he accidentally gives her the wrong number, the stranger on the other end of her texts becomes her confidant.
Kyle Lawson has always had more luck with computers than women. So when the new temp, Haley, arrives, he has the misfortune of falling for her, only to land firmly in the friend zone. But when he learns the mysterious woman he's been texting is actually Haley, he keeps the entire thing a secret.
As things move straight from platonic to decidedly hot, Kyle must come clean about his secret texting identity and risk losing the woman he's fallen in love with.
Book Review by Ashia (reviewer)
Mar 02, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
77 people found the following review helpful
UNTIL IT'S RIGHT is a heartwarming romance.
Haley feels it's time to move forward and leave her ex behind, and she clicked with a gorgeous stranger at the bar, only to get a wrong number from him. In time, the person at the other end of the wrong number became her confidante, but what she didn't know is that this person is none other than her new co-worker, Kyle, who is now in a dilemma. Should he tell Haley or not? What would happen to their burgeoning feelings for each other when the truth is out?
The story is told in alternating first person point of view of Haley and Kyle. The story is beautifully written, the characters' motivations are believable and sound, and even the resolution of the story is wonderfully done. The blurb of the story is what made me choose to read this, and I'm happy to report that it met all my expectations.
My only non-positive comment is the way the scenes containing Haley's ex and related people was handled. I thought it was awkward, and well it should be, and it was weird, and I thought there should be some resolution with Haley's once best friend, which I feel is also important for Haley. A side note: Haley's past can be read in book 1, Until We Break, but it's not needful to read that to enjoy this book. I certainly haven't read the first book, but I enjoyed this book all the same.
Overall, a wonderful feel-good story that's certainly worth your time.
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