- Entangled Publishing
- Release Date
- December 2016
- Book 3 of Anyone But You
Matchmaking guru Kennedy Pepperdine's life is perfect. Perfect job. Perfect friends. Perfect boyfriend. Except...when she gets trapped in an elevator with a handsome stranger, she accidentally confesses a secret: maybe her perfect boyfriend, Justin, isn't so perfect for her after all. But a matchmaker should be able to successfully match herself, right? Thankfully, she'll never see the handsome stranger again. Until she heads home with Justin for the holidays and learns that the sexy stranger is none other than Justin's older brother, Matt.
Matt Ellis is trying to be on his best behavior for his mother—it is Christmas, after all. But when he recognizes the beautiful woman from the elevator—the one he hasn't been able to stop thinking about for months—his best behavior is being held by a thread. Matt's always sacrificed for his family, and nothing is more important than their happiness, but the more time he spends around Kennedy, the more he wonders if her supposed "right match" might just be the wrong brother.
Book Review by Ashia (reviewer)
Dec 14, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
129 people found the following review helpful
I absolutely love this book! I love the premise, of being engaged to one brother at the same time being attracted to the other one. I love the angst and the conflict that the characters experience and go through, which are very well done, in my opinion. I wish there are more scenes of Matt and Kennedy together, so that I could have more angst and conflict, but I'm already satisfied with what I've gotten, so more would just be a bonus!
I can feel the chemistry between Matt and Kennedy in the few scenes they have together, as well as heated glances and yearning. I have to applaud the author for making them honorable characters, that despite the longing in their hearts, they didn't overstep their boundaries, conscious as they are that if they did so, they would be hurting people they care about. Matt and Kennedy are totally characters you want to root for from start to finish, hoping that they would find their HEA. The epilogue was the right touch, totally needed and much appreciated.
WRONG BROTHER, RIGHT MATCH is a very enjoyable read that I would definitely read again!
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