Right Wrong Guy
By: Lia Riley
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The fun and flirty second installment in Lia Riley’s fantastic Brightwater series.
Sometimes two wrongs can make a right...
Bad boy wrangler, Archer Kane, lives fast and loose. Words like responsibility and commitment send him running in the opposite direction. Until a wild Vegas weekend puts him on a collision course with Eden Bankcroft-Kew, a
running away from her blackmailing fiancé…the morning of her wedding. New York
Archer might be the wrong guy for a woman like her, but she's not right in thinking he'll walk away without fighting for her heart. And maybe, just maybe, two wrongs can make a right.
Lia Riley is one of my new to me favorite authors this year. This small town romance offers us the Kane brothers to swoon over. This book stars youngest brother Archer, a player who loved the ladies and they loved him back. This guy is a sexy charmer. While in Vegas for a wild weekend, he starts to question his life and his future. His future is named Eden and they are from totally opposite worlds.
Eden is a runaway bride from a wealthy family and she ends up hitching a ride to Brightwater with Archer because she has a relative there. The last thing she needs is a new man in her life, especially one who is a love 'em and leave 'em type.
Fate seems to have a way with the two as they keep ending up together. They are fun and their romance is full of sexy banter. They brought out the best in each other. This story has Archer and Eden both changing and growing as each chapter unfolded. Archer loved his ranch and he needed to find his place in his family. City girl Eden proved to herself that she was stronger than she imagined and didn't need a man to take care of her and starting her own business was just the promise of a successful future. Finding each other was frosting on the cake.
Throw in an old family legend, a crazy cast of characters which includes Archer's bossy old granny and Archer and Eden's budding romance makes for a charming feel good novel that made me smile. This is a wonderful series and I can't wait for the story about the Kane eldest brother, Wilder.
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Whatever. Archer had it good, made great tips as a wrangler at a dude ranch. His middle brother took life seriously enough and he hadn’t seen his oldest one in years. Wilder worked as a smoke jumper in
. Sometimes Archer wondered what would
happen if he cruised to Big Sky Country and paid him a surprise visit—maybe he
had multiple sister wives or was a secret war lord. Montana
Growing up after their parents died in a freak house fire, they all slipped into roles. Wilder withdrew, brooding and angry, Sawyer became Mr. Nice Guy, always the teacher’s pet or offering to do chores. Archer rounded things out by going for laughs and practical jokes and causing trouble because someone had to remind everyone else not to take life so seriously. None of them were getting out alive.
He kept marching down the flights of stairs, tucking in his shirt. Grandma’s words played on a loop in his mind. “Using women like disposable silverware.”
Lord knew—those women used him right back. It was fun, didn’t mean anything.
He ground his jaw so tight his teeth hurt. Casual sex on pool tables, washing machines, countertops, and lawn chairs filled his physical needs, but these random hookups were starting to make him feel more and more alone.
On the ground floor, he slammed open the stairwell door. There were two corridors ahead. He turned left for no reason other than that’s the hand he favored. Seemed like he chose wisely because a side entrance gave him a quick exit. He walked out, wincing at the morning sun even as he gulped fresh air, fresh for the Vegas Strip, but a far cry from the Eastern Sierras’s clean mountain breeze. His heart stirred. He’d have some breakfast and hit the road. As much as he liked leaving Brightwater, he always missed home.
Archer reached to adjust his hat and grabbed a handful of wet hair instead. Twelve stories above, a stripping magician had found herself a mighty fine Stetson.
He stepped onto the street, jumping back on the curb when a city bus turned, the side plastered with a shoe ad sporting the slogan, “Can You Run Forever?”
Hell, he’d been running from accountability, stability, and boring routines his whole life.
Another thought crept in and sank its roots deep. Was he really running from those things, or was he letting his fears of commitment and responsibility run him instead?
Lia Riley writes offbeat New Adult and Contemporary Adult romance. After studying at the University of Montana-Missoula, she scoured the world armed only with a backpack, overconfidence and a terrible sense of direction. She counts shooting vodka with a Ukranian mechanic in
Antarctica, sipping yerba mate with
gauchos in and swilling XXXX with stationhands in
Outback Chile among her accomplishments. Australia
A British literature fanatic at heart, Lia considers Mr. Darcy and Edward Rochester as her fictional boyfriends. Her very patient husband doesn't mind. Much. When not torturing heroes (because c'mon, who doesn't love a good tortured hero?), Lia herds unruly chickens, camps, beach combs, daydreams about future books, wades through a mile-high TBR pile and schemes yet another trip. Right now, Icelandic
and Scottish castles sound mighty fine. hot springs
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