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Posted August 12, 2013
I've loved the first two books in this series, and this one absolutely did not disappoint! Nathan's been hiding a pretty big secret, which comes out in the first chapter, and it's one you probably won't guess... which makes it that much better. And cracks me up to look back at Elle, and know why she never really stood a chance with this guy. Still, the chemistry between Chelsea and Nathan is everything I expect from Katee, off the charts and then some, with the right mix of softness and dominance. Even better about this one, is just how much the two previous couples flit in and out, giving readers who love them more, yet never taking the focus from Chelsea and Nathan working towards their ending. It's definitely not an easy road for these two, and there's plenty of things to tug at the heartstrings. Still, I love this installment, and cannot wait for more from one of my favorite romance authors.
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Katee Roberts is a personal favorite of mine. Her writing is always amazing and Two Wrongs, One Right is no exception. She truly knows how to tell a story. The romance is inspired.
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Posted August 24, 2013
Too many plot spoilers here including one who even included quotes from the book...i mean...really? As if giving away the entire story line isnt enough, you are going to start quoting passages from the book now???? Come on bn, please do something to these plot spoilers.
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Posted August 21, 2013
TWO WRONGS, ONE RIGHT is a wonderful example of a touching second chance love story. Eight years ago, Nathan let the love his his live, Chelsea, run away from him. Although neither have gotten over the other, they have not tried for another chance until now. Now, Nathan is willing to do whatever it takes to get Chelsea back, including playing dirty!
I loved this story and the fact that both of the main characters were flawed and made mistakes, it made them more realistic. Nathan is definitely a hero you can fall for. He is willing to do anything to get the woman he loves back in his life. This story made me laugh and cry and not want it to end, even though I wanted to know how it ended for them, LOL.
If you like a good contemporary romance, you should check this series out!
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Posted December 2, 2013
## Just ok for me. In the first two books I loved both heroes but really couldn't bring myself to like the heroines. In this book however, I had a hard time liking Nathan. Saying things like: you've been here less than an hour and you're already practically begging me to kiss you. So arrogant. The blackmail was weak and I can't believe any man would go 8 years without sex! Pffft. I may or may not read this again, I really am on the fence with this one.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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3.5 stars: TWO WRONGS, ONE RIGHT is the third storyline in Katee Robert’s contemporary romance series focusing on the lives and loves of a group of twenty something friends. This is Nathan and Chelsea’s storyline. We were first introduced to Nathan and his brother Gabe in Gabe’s book -Wrong Bed, Right Guy - and this particular storyline comes full circle as the family and friends gather for Gabe and Elle’s wedding celebration. Although this is the third book in the series, Two Wrongs, One Right can be read as a stand alone without too much difficulty.
As the family and friends gather for the wedding celebration, Nathan has invited an old flame to his brother’s wedding with an ulterior motive in the plans. Chelsea and Nathan go back eight years and in those ensuing eight years, neither one has forgotten the other. But Chelsea believes Nathan ran those eight years ago and she hasn’t been able to forgive him since.
Nathan is a man whose family life has not always been happy. Following the death of his beloved mother, Nathan was unable to control his grief or anger and decided that the army would be his best recourse to dampen the pain and push aside the memories. But Nathan forgot that there was one person he would be leaving behind and when Chelsea begged him to stay, Nathan walked without looking back.
Two Wrongs, One Right is a story of second chances as Nathan tries to mend the broken fences and bridges that lead back to the only woman he has ever loved. Along the way, Chelsea has discovered that she is an independent woman, in her own right, and Nathan’s presence will affect more than just her personal life but her family’s as well. But Chelsea is defenseless against Nathan’s charms and what took her eight years to forget comes back to her in a matter of a few heartbeats and breaths.
The storyline is fast-paced and predictable with a HEA. The re-building of the relationship will see a few stumbles when Chelsea misreads Nathan’s attempts at making things right. The characters are all relatable in a contemporary romantic storyline where most of the secondary characters could be anyone or someone from our own lives-that is, of course, if we all knew artists, photographers, night club owners and wedding planners.
The relationship between Nathan and Chelsea is palpable: hot, sensual and passionate. You know that there is some major history between the pair, and Nathan makes no apologies for his attempt at trying to win back Chelsea at all costs.
If you like a sweet, contemporary romance storyline with a HEA, Wrong Bed, Right Guy is the perfect read for a lazy afternoon. And, although I did mention that this particular book can be read as a stand-alone, I would suggest starting at the beginning to get a feel for the build up of the storyline and just where our hero has been
Reading Order1. Wrong Bed, Right Guy2. Chasing Mrs. Right3. Two Wrongs, One Right
Posted August 30, 2013
Two Wrongs, One Right is the story of Chelsea and Nathan, a couple with some history between them. When Chelsea receives an invitation to Gabe's wedding, who is Nathan's brother, she sees it as an opportunity to resolve some old feelings. She goes with the intent of closure. Silly silly girl. When confronted with the hotness that is Nathan, nothing will be closed.
I enjoyed this book because it was packed full with hot sex. The storyline of the story did not grab me as much, and at times I felt the sheer quantity of sex between Nathan and Chelsea seemed opposed to the storyline. Chelsea was going to the wedding to specifically to see Nathan and end their history together. But no sooner does she get there then they are getting it on.
Don't get me wrong, there is nothing I love more than some hot nookie in my books. I love it. And this book is definitely HOT. Nathan and Chelsea are inventive and intense. At times Nathan is a bit Dominant, and we all know that makes me swoon. But Chelsea doesn't back down, and I love that too. But I felt there was just too much sex, it was in direct opposition to her goal. It actually brought my opinion down of Chelsea, because as soon as Nathan dangled dirty talk in front of her, she forgot all of her initial intentions. So by the end, Chelsea felt kind of wishy washy.
Now, Nathan, on the other hand, I liked. He began by being devious with the right reasons behind it, and he stayed that way the whole way through. He played dirty. He knew what his girl wanted deep down, and he gave it to her. He was hard hitting, and he drove his point home.
The rest of the story? Meh. It didn't do much for me. Chelsea comes from a straight-laced political high brow family. They control everything in her life, it seems. But they don't truly know her, or appreciate her. Nathan's family is close and tight-knit, the way a family should be. Even after losing the matriarch, his mother, they are still held together like glue. That's the kind of familial situation I like to see in books.
Overall, I enjoyed the story. It was easy to read, and nothing really tore me up. Like I said, the naked times were sexy as hell. The rest of the story, was alright. It wasn't bad, by any means, just not what I had hoped for. I say give it a shot. From what I understand, the rest of the series is pretty terrific, and I liked this installment enough that I would be willing to read the rest.
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Oh boy, was I anxious for this book! I really liked Nathan from the first book in the series and was anxious to know more about him. TWO WRONGS, ONE RIGHT was sexy, yet sweet too. It was the perfect weekend read!
Nathan is tough. He's a bit mysterious and good lord is he sexy. One of the things I loved the most about him, was that he's a multidimensional person. He's this military guy, but he's also an artist. He intrigued me. I also loved the fact that he never gave up on his true love. Even after the heart break of losing her years ago, he's determined to win her back. I loved that he wasn't afraid or too tough to tell her how he felt. He made it very clear that he never stopped loving her and that he wanted her back. He won me over right away.
Chelsea has lived under a microscope. Her father is a politician who has certain expectations of his daughter. Nathan never fit into that mold. But, Chelsea followed her heart and married him anyway. The problem was that she gave up on their relationship too easily. They were young, she didn't understand his sudden decision to enlist, and she felt confused and lonely. Not only did she run, but she hid. She didn't want Nathan to find her too easily. Now, her father is on the brink of an election and she needs to end her secret marriage to Nathan as quietly as possible. That's why she agrees to go to the wedding. I also think she wanted to go, because she missed him and really never stopped loving him. It's not easy to refuse Nathan's seduction and she quickly falls under his spell. Their sexy scenes were passionate and left me needing some cool down breaks!
Overall, TWO WRONGS, ONE RIGHT was a quick, steamy read that I really enjoyed. I'm definitely a fan of this series. It was great to see Elle and Gabe and my favorite couple, Ian and Roxanne! I always love seeing what everyone is up to. I also loved meeting Chelsea's friend, Danielle. I wish she could get a book! She made me laugh. I'm pretty certain this is the last book in the series, but it certainly won't be my last Katee Robert book! She's made a fan out of me!
~"That's fine. Get your rest. Because you're going to wake up to my tongue on you, and the first word out of your mouth is going to be my name when you come."-Loc 585
~"I don't even know what to say to you right now."
"And I don't even know why we're having this conversation. You should be naked and climbing him like a tree. If that isn't the best way to get him out of your system, I don't know what is." Danielle eyed the rumpled bed. "Or maybe that's exactly what you've been doing."-Loc 75
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