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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Nice!

## Damn, this cover is hot! I defintely enjoyed this book. It took me awile to warm up to the hero because he kept insulting the heroine because she couldn't cook and had an unusual job. However, as he got to know her, he figured out that she wasn't irresponsible and r...
## Damn, this cover is hot! I defintely enjoyed this book. It took me awile to warm up to the hero because he kept insulting the heroine because she couldn't cook and had an unusual job. However, as he got to know her, he figured out that she wasn't irresponsible and reckless like he thought. The heroine was fabulous. She didn't cook and was intimidated by infants but she was strong, an amazing athlete and so caring. The story was fun and I liked the interaction with the kids. I wish Ms. Scott would've spent a little more time with the ending. It just felt incomplete, hence the four star rating. Will be reading again though.

posted by 9394860 on December 2, 2013

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Better

Better than the first two books in the series, though the guy behaved like an arse for a good part of the book. Other than that, it was an OK read. Nothing remarkable, but pleasant for the most part.

posted by EmmaGR on April 7, 2014

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  • Posted November 12, 2013

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    This was a great story!  The characters really gripped me.  I co

    This was a great story!  The characters really gripped me.  I could not wait to see what would happen next and kept turning the pages until I finished it in one sitting!  Fantastic book and author!

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  • Posted November 12, 2013

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    Absolutely loved this book! Loved the writing style, the plot li

    Absolutely loved this book! Loved the writing style, the plot line, and most of all the characters.

    The story line is unique... and spicy! In addition, we are introduced to a "book boyfriend" very hard to forget. Ross is YUMMY and a great character to fall in love with. Kelsey is a strong, independent woman full of vigor with a great personality. Her sassy mouth aside, she is a gentle soul deep down in search of something that is missing from her life.

    Ross's children are adorable. They provide some very amusing moments which those of us who are parents can relate to. Julia in particular steals the show.

    This delightful book is highly recommended!

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  • Posted November 11, 2013

    Falling for  Mr. Wrong by Inara Scott is the third story in the

    Falling for  Mr. Wrong by Inara Scott is the third story in the Bencher Family series. This the story of Ross Bencher who is a divorced father of three who knows what kind of woman he wants: someone  who reliable, safe, and gives his kids security.  Kelsey is not what Ross would consider has ideal woman since she is a high-altitude mountaineer. 

    Kelsey agrees to be temporary nanny to help her friend.  She does not realize that this is will be for Ross her one night stand from three years ago.  Kelsey knows she can't be distracted as she is in training for her next big climb. However the spark that seem to flying for the second  time they both lay eyes on each other again are telling her something different

    I really in enjoyed this story.  Ross is the type guys who wants what is best for everyone even if that is not what he truly wants.  Kelsey is strong and independent.  These two characters are similar in their way of thinking.  They put others ahead of their wants and needs.   Throughout the story you see both character struggle with their own conflicts because of them putting others first. I love that their hearts are what guide them together. 

    I would high recommend this book.     
      

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  • Posted November 11, 2013

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    This is the third book in Inara Scott¿s Bencher Family series. I

    This is the third book in Inara Scott’s Bencher Family series. I haven’t read the first two, but that didn’t matter, because this is a very good stand-alone book. I loved the writing and the storyline. 
    Our heroine Kelsey, is such a strong and independent woman. Both her parents were mountain-climbers and after a tragic accident with her mother, Kelsey always knew she had to follow that same path. Dedicated to her father, her climbing career and training schedule, we see Kelsey become conflicted when she falls for the yummy, divorced father of three, Ross Bencher. 
    This is where it begins to get interesting, because Ross hasn’t been through a bitter divorce, which is something we usually see in romance novels. In fact, he has a very good friendship going on with his ex-wife. I really liked that twist.
    When Kelsey lands on Ross Bencher’s doorstep, three years after a very sexy one-night stand, to babysit his three kids, both are taken aback at seeing each other. At one moment I disliked Ross so much, but he just managed to win me back over, by declaring his love to Kelsey in front of her hard-assed father. 
    This was such a sweet story, and it really tugged on my heart strings. We see both the characters grow in ways that you wouldn’t think they would possible grow, the fact that the kids play such a big role in this story, just made me melt, and then of course, the undeniable chemistry between Ross and Kelsey just radiated of the page. And don’t let me start on the love scenes, because, yowza! *heart flutters, knees get weak*
    And since this book was so amazing, I’m definitely getting the first two pronto!

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