The Wright Love
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I have been waiting for The Wright Love ever since the surprise plot twist K.A. Linde shocked us all with in the previous book. I wanted to relish in Sutton’s pain, watch her battle with her grief, and come out of the other side victorious and in love, a character that exemplifies that journey of love and loss. While I enjoyed the story, The Wright Love doesn’t really go into her journey through grief in depth, and I found myself missing this component.
Readers will love Sutton. They will identify with her character, and they will sympathize with her struggle, the idea of moving on and honoring the person you lost. They will respect her because she is a fantastic mom, and she is constantly thinking about her son. Like her siblings, she is loyal to her family. There really isn’t any aspect of her character not to like. It is great watching her come alive again through her relationship with David, and the ease they have together is fantastic.
David is a character I have loved since his introduction to the series. When we found out he would be the hero of this duet, I couldn’t have been more thrilled. He has the calming presence, and he is endlessly patient with Sutton. He us understanding and compassionate, and he is always thinking about what she and her son need. What really makes him fantastic is that he understands that she has had a great love, and he never asks her to relinquish that claim. He could have been better developed for Sutton’s character.
The story-line is where things go a little south for me, and, like I said, this is mainly based on my expectations going into the novel versus anything regarding character development, pacing, or plot choices. For me, I wanted to feel Sutton’s grief, and I didn’t. We get the tail of end of her grieving process, the moment when she decides to try to move on. We get to see her come alive, but we don’t really get to see her in the dark, unless you count glimpses or other character comments from previous books. I wanted this desperately, because this happens in life. I wanted Sutton to be a voice for women have had loss and are forced to find a new normal, and it just didn’t do that for me. What we do get is a story of a woman who is finding her way back into the light. She finds a man who is a dream, or so it seems, and is perfect in regards to understanding and patience when it comes to their relationship. The cliff hanger (it is a duet, so you should know it is coming) is foreshadowed, so it wasn’t truly a surprise, but the destruction it causes is catastrophic. It will be interesting to see how it ends for everyone involved.
The Wright Love, book one of the Wright Love duet, is a good read. Readers will love the characters, and we get to see the siblings and how they are progressing. Readers are also going to enjoy Sutton and David and their relationship, and that cliff hanger is certainly going to have readers coming back for more. I just hope that we get a little more of the angst I wanted in book two.
ARC received in exchange for an honest review.
A sexy new contemporary romance duet from USA Today bestselling author K.A. Linde…
I have the perfect life.
Until the day my husband tragically dies.
Being a single mom and widow was never part of the plan.
When David Calloway enters my life, I have no room for love in my heart.
But he’s determined to do right by me.
Could he be the Wright love?
The Wright Love is the first book in the Wright Love Duet, and Sutton and David’s story will conclude in The Wright One—coming May 29th! Get ready for your newest binge read.
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The Wright One — May 29th
A new sexy contemporary romance duet from USA Today bestselling author K.A. Linde…
Secrets swarm all around.
My world is crumbling under the strain.
I don’t know if we can survive this.
My heart is in the Wright place.
But is his?
The Wright One is the last book in the Wright Love Duet that began in The Wright Love. Find out if Sutton and David survive their world of secrets in the conclusion to the Wright Love duet!
About the Author:
K.A. Linde is the USA Today bestselling author of more than fifteen novels including the Avoiding series and the Record series. She has a Masters degree in political science from the University of Georgia, was the head campaign worker for the 2012 presidential campaign at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and served as the head coach of the Duke University dance team. She loves reading fantasy novels, geeking out over Star Wars, binge-watching Supernatural, and dancing in her spare time.
She currently lives in Lubbock, Texas, with her husband and two super adorable puppies.