Mr. and Mrs. Wrong

Mr. and Mrs. Wrong

by Fay Robinson
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Mr. and Mrs. Wrong by Fay Robinson

Will this baby save their marriage—or destroy it?

Erin Cahill has always been known as Lucky—although the name Trouble might suit her better, since she can't seem to stay out of it.

Lucky definitely loves her husband, a police captain in their Alabama town, and Jack definitely loves her. But despite that love, despite all the laughter they share, Jack and Lucky argue about everything: where to live, how to live, work, family, everything. So they do the logical thing and separate.

There's a complication, though, a really big one. Because Lucky's pregnant.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781459243712
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 05/15/2012
Series: 9 Months Later , #1012
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 778,675
File size: 613 KB

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Mr. and Mrs. Wrong 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Married less than a year, police captain Jack Cahill takes an apartment in town, separating from his photographer wife Erin. Better known as ¿Lucky¿, Erin and Jack obviously love each other, but cannot seem to live together as all they do is argue or make love.

However, their inability to keep a healthy distance leads to a slight complication, as Lucky is now pregnant. On top of that, Jack is embroiled in a homicide investigation that Lucky cannot seem to avoid staying out of the way. As they get closer to the truth about the who-done-it, the duo also begins to learn life¿s critical lesson that compromise and consensus enable love to guide the most bickering couple into forging a permanent relationship. Now if they can only live long enough to enjoy one another.

MR. AND MRS. WRONG is the right book for those readers who enjoy a strong romantic mystery that in many ways will remind readers of the Thin Man series. The story line contains sexual tension and a fabulous who-done-it, but belongs to the lead pair whose double entendres, sexual retorts, and witty comebacks add humor to a strong suspenseful thriller. Here¿s to you Ms. Robinson for cleverly mixing elements from two genres into quite an pleasurable happening for readers.

Harriet Klausner