Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Wrong Number, Right Guy by Elle Casey

REVIEWED BY Micky Barnard

Wrong Number, Right Guy (The Bourbon Street Boys, #1)Wrong Number, Right Guy by Elle Casey
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Elle Casey's writing is a reasonably new discovery for me but what I have come to realise is that she can consistently deliver on a contemporary, fun read. She is accomplished at writing excellent banter between her characters, sexual tension and a interesting storyline. Wrong number, right guy lived up to my expectations and I thoroughly enjoyed it over a weekend, living vicariously through May and Ozzie.

May comes across as a ditzy wedding photographer, with her purse pooch and I immediately conjured up a vision of Legally Blonde. May has so much more depth than this and she is very likable if somewhat quirky. May can handle herself in a way that is surprising, but certainly needed after a run-in with Ozzie under cover. Ozzie runs a security outfit and when May walks into an unexpected situation he finds himself assisting. I liked these two. Ozzie is hard to get the measure of for a while, but more was revealed as you read on. The ending came a bit too quickly for me, I would have loved to have read more of these two beyond where it went.

The publisher provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Reviewed for Jo&IsaLoveBooks Blog.

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