The Wright Love

The Wright Love

by K.A. Linde

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The Wright Love by K.A. Linde

A sexy new contemporary romance duet from USA Today bestselling author K.A. Linde...

I have the perfect life.
Until the day my husband tragically dies.
Being a single mom and widow was never part of the plan.
When David Calloway enters my life, I have no room for love in my heart.
But he's determined to do right by me.
Could he be the Wright love?

The Wright Love is the first book in the Wright Love Duet, and Sutton and David's story will conclude in The Wright One--coming May 29th! Get ready for your newest binge read.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158984235
Publisher: K.A. Linde Inc.
Publication date: 05/15/2018
Series: Wright Love Duet , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 250
Sales rank: 15,729
File size: 818 KB

About the Author

K.A. Linde is the USA Today bestselling author of more than fifteen novels including the Avoiding series and the Record series. She has a Masters degree in political science from the University of Georgia, was the head campaign worker for the 2012 presidential campaign at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and served as the head coach of the Duke University dance team. She loves reading fantasy novels, geeking out over Star Wars, binge-watching Supernatural, and dancing in her spare time.

She currently lives in Lubbock, Texas, with her husband and two super adorable puppies.

Visit her online at www.kalinde.com and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @authorkalinde.

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The Wright Love 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
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KTCastle 10 months ago
Sutton is a woman that is going through a lot... a whole lot. She's a widower with a single kid, and she's the Wrights baby sister. She is interested in getting it together but she doesn't know where to begin, and sadly she doesn't find the support she really needs in her family or friends. They all pity her and she can't handle their feelings plus hers... that is, until she realizes that there's someone that has always shown her support since her husband died. No, it was so very Wright. David is exactly what Sutton needs. Someone decided to give her unconditional support, and that really cares for her. He is new to the Wrights. Moved to Texas some time before Sutton husband dies, and he is the CFO of her family's company. But one thing we know from the beginning, David is completely in love with Sutton and he wishes he met her in a better moment and could do something about his feelings for her . Sutton has been mourning her husband for a year, and she's ready to live again. She's twenty-four, has a beautiful two-year-old, and so many reasons to enjoy her life. After deciding that she's ready to move forward, it doesn't take her much to see that David has been there for her all along, and that he was willing to be whatever she needed him to be in order to give her love and support. Lately, I have really enjoyed standalones. Reading about a couple in a single book is really practical and convenient. But, once I knew that K.A. Linde was ready to tell us about Sutton's story it didn't surprised me that she needed more space to write about her. There's so much going on in her life, so many things that she needs to resolve. Getting over your husband's death, caring for a child on your own, getting over your family's sadness for you, accepting love once again... And in this first instance of her story she does so beautifully. I know you'll enjoy this book as much as I did. I'll read The Wright One as soon as I can because I can't wait to know how David and Sutton resolve the many issues they found in the first book of this duet. Get your copy today! Sutton and David's love is a sensational story.
Hershey07 10 months ago
Holy cow! I have been waiting for this book by K.A. Linde, so I was so excited when it came out. I have just four words: She blew me away!!!! She far exceeded all my expectations. I got to know Sutton just a little bit in the previous book, and I knew she was special. I was right. Sutton lived a fairy tale at one time. She had a wonderful life, a loving husband and a son she adored. One day that tragically ended when her husband died. For the past year, she has been in a fog of grief. Linde did an excellent job of making me feel that heavy weight. My heart hurt for Sutton and her son. Thankfully, she has had a great support group of family and friends. One of her closest sources of strength is David. He has been there with her, letting her lean on him when necessary, and he loves spending with her toddler son. However, David is hiding a secret, he is in love with her. She has finally decided she wants to live again, but will she ever see how David really feels? David is a great character! He is incredibly good looking, but what attracted me most to him was his heart. He is so patient and tender with Sutton, allowing her to take things at her own pace. He would rather have her in his life as a friend rather than losing her. Their chemistry is sizzling. I could feel the electricity between them. As Sutton allows David to get closer to her, a secret I never saw coming is exposed. What an ending!!!! Never fear, this isn’t the end of Sutton and David’s journey. The conclusion is coming very soon!!!! I can’t wait to read it!!!!
Alwaysahappyeverafter 10 months ago
OMG I didn't see that coming! What an excellent book. My heart was breaking for Sutton and I was so happy she found David. I can't say anymore as I don't want to give anything away but I'll say it again O M G! I cannot wait for the next part of this fab duo.
JoannaDursi 11 months ago
I’ve been anticipating Sutton’s book for a while now and I cannot wait for book two. I can’t imagine being in Sutton’s shoe at any age, let alone 24. I hate the events leading up to TWL but without them there’d be no Sutton and David. My favorite thing about TWL was the ending. It’s just a tiny little cliffhanger but most of all it was not what I expected the OMG moment was going to be.
Jill__D 11 months ago
4.5 stars for - Wright Love - book one of the Wright Love duet / book five overall of the Wright series by K.A. Linde. This book can be read as a complete stand-alone but the series is highly enjoyable and it’s one I recommend all the time. Once again we are back in Lubbock, Texas where the Wright family has stood by for the last year and helped however they could as the youngest sibling grieved the loss of her spouse. Sutton Wright fell head over heels for Maverick while still in college. Getting pregnant and married before even turning twenty-one wasn’t planned but she loved her little family beyond words. Watching as her husband collapsed in front of her from an unknown heart condition felt like her own heart stopped beating and like it would never mend again. Over time with the help of all her friends and family things started to look a little less bleak and one person in particular has always been there when she needed him most. David Calloway took over as the CFO of Wright Construction when Morgan moved up to take Jensen’s place. In the last year he has become an honorary member of the Wright family and by some odd twist of fate he was there the day Maverick Wright died and has been there every day since whether to help with Jason or be a shoulder to cry on for Sutton. While he has always found her beyond beautiful, helping her heal has been his only priority but now that he sees her coming out of her shell more and more he’s hoping she might give him a real chance beyond the friend zone. This was an emotional, angsty roller coaster ride that leaves you wanting so much more. I can’t wait to see where part two takes us since that cliffhanger in part one left me with my jaw on the floor!!!
Ashley Herndon 11 months ago
The Wright Love is all kinds of right in the feels. 5 heart-wrenching stars. Back last year, I message Kyla and begged for a Sutton story. I mean talk about being gutter. The marathon where hubs died was tooooo heartbreaking. My level of angst when starting this book was through the roof. First. You have Sutton. Who we’ve followed as a sub-character in every single Wright sibling books!!! Then At the end of ‘Mistake’ we meet David. Who seems awesome. During ‘Secret’ we see the shell that Sutton becomes and can only hope that her future gets better and maybe includes David. Now we are up to the ‘Love’. Oh my gosh. Love Love Love describes this. I loved the struggle Sutton dealt with and how Kyla portrayed moving on when a spouse or partner dies, very unexpectedly. The devotion the hero shows. The understanding he has of her feelings and where she’s at is profoundly touching I lived and breathed this until I finished it. Stop lights. Waiting rooms. Checkout lines. I read it in less than a day and am crushed wait by for the ‘one’. This is a duet and doesn’t end well. High, high hopes for the next ‘one’. Ba dump bump *chuckles* Sutton deals with still loving her deceased husband but wants to move on. There is a huge twist in here I never saw coming. I blame ‘joel’ as Kyla posted on her fb page. :) I highly, highly recommend this book. And while it could be read as a stand-alone I wouldn’t. Start with the first Wright brother and embrace this family. They flipping rock. Heat: high Sexy times: high Angst: medium To high Cliffhanger: yeah
JackiesBookWorld 11 months ago
Having read and loved the previous books in the Wright Series, I couldn’t have been happier when I found out that the author was going to write Sutton’s story next. The Wright Love is truly a story about second chances at love and new beginnings that will leave you wanting for more. If you haven’t read the previous books in the series then you wouldn’t know how tight the Wright family is and all of the siblings pretty much make appearances in each book. Sutton is the youngest and also the rebel of the family. At twenty-four-years old, Sutton is already a single mother and a widow. After tragically losing her husband, she had to learn how to be on her own even though she had her family around her it just wasn’t the same. Now a year later, Sutton is starting to think about the possibility of finding love again. It scares her, but she has made peace with her decision and knows that Maverick wouldn’t want her to be alone forever. This is when the story truly takes off and we get see the emotional struggles that she goes through and how she deals with new opportunities coming her way. This also brings her closer to her friend David Calloway and she starts to see him in a new light. He has always been there for her, but when they’re together she begins to see a future with him. But when things take a different turn, she’ll have to decide if letting David into her life is worth it or not. As CFO of Wright Construction, David Calloway has a great future ahead of him. After moving to Texas from San Francisco, David is ready to start a new chapter in his life but he never expected to grow closer to the Wright family. They have been welcoming and he has become even closer to Sutton Wright. He loves spending time with Sutton’s son, Jason and after getting to know her he wants to to take their friendship to the next level. It is after a series of events that everything changes between them and he has convince her that they can be together before it’s too late. I absolutely loved reading this story, both of the characters compliment each other really well and their relationship works. David has been patient and kind towards Sutton and her son that makes him that much more likable. On the other hand, Sutton has been through a lot and I admire her courage for wanting to find love again. The whole Wright family has been supportive and they have Sutton’s back no matter what she decides to do. Although some people think that moving on might be too soon, Sutton wants what’s best for her son and is willing to do anything to make sure he has a stable life. All in all the story is full of ups and downs as well as full on steamy scenes that will leave you rooting for the characters. Even though we get a cliffhanger at the end, I cannot wait to read what happens next in Sutton’s story. I highly recommend reading this book and the rest of the Wright Series. :) ***ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.***
LouisaB 11 months ago
Louisa's 4.5 Blush Review Twenty-four years old and a widow.  Sutton has had to cope with life as she never thought she would.  A single mom to the most adorable boy, Jason. David - new to Texas and Wright Construction, met Sutton on the worst day of her life; the day she lost her husband. No one would ever suspect or imagine the friendship that would begin between these two.  David is a hot, young, career-driven man who has spent the past year admiring Sutton from afar.  Yes, he's part of the Wright "family" so their paths cross but David's feelings have been smoldering for a while.  Sutton, on the other hand, is unsure of how to "move forward" from Maverick. First things first, David is a saint. I love a great alpha male but a sweet, caring, loving and understanding man is just as attractive, if not more.   He's so patient with Sutton, he can see their relationship changing but he takes his time. Once again, KA Linde has given us characters who make you smile, swoon and want the best for.  Her writing and storytelling flows like a perfect song. Seeing Sutton come out of the darkness into the light again was inspiring, seeing David be the man that Sutton and Jason needs is also beautiful. But wait - KA Linde has one hell of a twist at the end of this book and my jaw dropped and a gasp was heard..thank goodness the 2nd book, The Wright One is only a few weeks away!
SpiderEffect 11 months ago
Love….loss….two elements in life that go had and hand. For Sutton Wright – life took a drastic turn when her husband died of an undetected heart condition. The young mother found herself a widow at an early age. During a time when their marriage should have been still in the ‘honeymoon phase’. Now – life is nothing like Sutton imagined, and is filled with emptiness in her soul. Through it all, Sutton has always had her family to lean on. Part of that extended family is David Calloway. An employee with the Wright family business that was there that fateful day. David has been the shoulder that Sutton needed for strength when no one else seems to understand her circumstances. With a friendship as strong as Sutton and David’s, there is no wonder that the two begin to have feelings for one another. Sutton is second guessing herself for thinking of moving on, but doesn’t she deserve to be happy once again? Only time will tell what the future holds for Sutton and David…… Have you read the Wright series? If you have, then you probably have been waiting for Sutton’s book just like I have. David has definitely been a great match for Sutton, and the anticipation of where things would lead for these two has been of the utmost importance throughout the series. The build up between these two characters was excellent. Sutton’s hesitation due to her love for her deceased husband was believable and well written. David’s character had the patience of a Saint, and never seemed to push Sutton into any decisions that she wasn’t ready for. While I thoroughly enjoyed watching the building romance between Sutton and David come to fruition, I had a couple of issues with the story that literally floored me. First – as I am reading I come to a point in the story where there is a line that discusses a ‘black bartender’. There was no relevance to the plot what race/color this bartender was, nor was there any reason to mention it in relation to the sentence. The bartender only held relevance to the story for two sentences. So this seemed a bit overkill. Then I get to another point in the story and the sentence includes ‘the thin Latina girl, Tessa, running the register’. *Side eye* The mentioning of the race of the person in this sentence literally held no bearing on ANYTHING constructive in the story. Not the paragraph, not the plot….literally nothing. If you take out the words ‘Latina girl’…the entire sentence and paragraph stands on its own. I don’t even understand why this is mentioned. Then the ‘whammy’ came a little bit later. Sutton mentions ‘I’m so WHITE’ while in a scene in the book. When I read this it was like my brain went silent…..there were crickets chirping. What in the world was the relevance of having this in the book?? Looking at those THREE separate times where race was mentioned without any relevance to the plot, story, or even a paragraph leads me to believe this was just to show diversity in characters. HOWEVER – THE SENTIMENT WAS AN EPIC FAIL!!! If a character holds absolutely no bearing on the plot, then why throw out a racial description? It was tacky and a poor attempt to show there are diverse characters within your novel. I understand the idea behind the sentiment. Then I look at the story and each time that this occurred in the book, and wonder where were the Beta’s when this book was in the editing phase. Was there no one honest enough to say that this was a very poor way to incorporate different races and diversity in a nov
MNWELLS 11 months ago
I am so excited that I got to read this book. Sutton is such a strong woman. I am utterly amazed by her. I love how she slowly took control of her life and her happiness. David was also an amazing character. He was so sweet and he took everything at Sutton's pace. I am in love with him. I think they are perfect and I am loving how their relationship is coming together. Now I will be honest.. I have only read one of the other stories about the Wright family.. which you do not have to read the others to enjoy this one.. BUT it makes me want to read all the others.(seriously I just bought all the other ones) I am completely obsessed with the Wright family. They are so supportive and loving of each other. I need to know each and every one of their stories. This book will make you cry.. I mean I cried a lot.. and that ending!! Major cliff hanger but Linde told us that ahead of time and the second book comes out at the end of the month so there isn't a long wait.. yeah not long.. Im not crying for the second book right now.. not at all. ARC was given to me by the author.
whatsbetterthanbooks 11 months ago
Charming, tender, and sweetly romantic! In this latest novel by Linde, The Wright Love, she gives us a deeper, more emotional story featuring the youngest Wright Sibling, Sutton, a young widow and single mother struggling to come to grips with her all-encompassing grief, and the intelligent, successful, David, who's prepared to wait as long as it takes for the woman of his dreams. The writing is heartfelt and effortless. The supporting characters are kind, generous, and fun-loving. And the plot is a soul-searching journey filled with familial relationships, support, compassion, honesty, desire, longing, rapport, patience, loss, life, and love, as well as a twist you won't see coming and an ending that will undoubtedly leave you eager for more. The Wright Love is without a doubt a captivating, heartwarming, beautiful start to Sutton and David's love story that has left me patiently, or not so patiently waiting for the release of The Wright One, publishing May 29, 2018, to discover whether the secrets and lies of the past will destroy them forever or whether their love will conquer all odds and give them the happy-ever-after ending they deserve.
GTIndieCafe 11 months ago
Oh, for the love of all that's....I must love to be tortured...... She just has to do it to us once again, doesn't she? Sutton...oh Sutton... David, I just....
CrystalsBookWorld 11 months ago
Talk about a cliff hanger! I love these kind of books because the anticipation and angst builds up for the next book. Let's just say David F'd up everything! I love Sutton and feel her mourning. She is trying so hard to live especially for her little guy. I was hoping the guy to bring her out of her shell would be David. When the end came, I am not so sure anymore. The passion between these two characters still have me wanting the outcome to be a HEA for these two. But I am not sure that is in the cards for these two. The Wright Love is about loss, love, truth, and betrayal. The sexual chemistry between Sutton and David will have you turning on your A/C. I have come to love the Wright family and Sutton always broke my heart. I can not wait for book two to see if she is finally freed.
Manoela Souza 11 months ago
I honestly find it very difficult to make the review of this book. And not because I got nothing to say, on the contrary, this was a book which woke me up all the feelings and emotion, but I can't and I don't want to spoil this story to readers, so I shall be brief. Sutton's story is one that after the tragedy which struck your life I desperately needed. I mean, after all she's been through she deserved your your own happy ending more than anyone.Sutton and David formed a good pair and I liked to see the dynamic between them. Care, friendship and the possibility of a second chance to Sutton. A story of healing, strength, and second chances well adressed. But what about that finale? I just didn't see it coming and shocked me. I can only thank good that the continuation of this story doesn't take long to get out
mamalovestoread22 11 months ago
In a matter of hours Sutton went from having everything she could possibly want to feeling completely alone due to the loss of one of the most important people in her life... her husband Maverick. Losing him the way she did cut so deep, and she feels the pain from that wound everyday, she now finds herself a single mother, struggling to make it through each day without dwelling on her loss, and always wondering if it will ever be possible to fully let go. With the support of her friends and family she is beginning to realize that there is a light at the end of her dark tunnel, even finding courage to step out of her sheltered world to take a job at a friends bakery. This new step might be just what she needs to shift her focus onto something else for a while, and who knows maybe she will even find a little much needed happiness. She has come to depend on those closest to her, especially her friend David, he's always there with a shoulder to lean on, and to lend a helping hand with her son...he has become a constant in her life. A constant she could really get use to having around, but what she doesn't know is David has a secret, one that could end everything between them before it ever gets underway. The Wright Love is a compelling tale of loss, redemption, and finding love again. Within the pages of this heart-wrenching story you will meet a woman who has faced an unimaginable loss, and is slowly finding her way back again, with the help of a handsome friend, who wants nothing more than to help her find a way to love again. But he comes bearing secrets that are destined to break her heart, and he knows he needs to be truthful with her, before they come to light... but their new blossoming relationship starts to take off, and he gets caught up in things. I cannot wait to read the conclusion to the story and see if his secrets will bring them together or push them apart forever...all I know is it is sure to bring on more feels and lots of drama! If you like reads loaded with feels, drama, romance and gut-wrenching emotion than I suggest you get your hands on this book, it's sure to give you that and so much more! I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this title.
bbarneybooks28 11 months ago
Ever since Sutton lost Maverick and was forced to live the rest of her life without her soul mate, being a single parent to Jason, the little boy who looks so much like his daddy, I’ve desperately wanted her story…I needed to see how she was coping…how she was dealing with the grief and overwhelming loss that seemed to be eating her alive. And while Sutton has endured for the past year, she’s not the Sutton Wright she once was, and she’ll never be that one again, and while she understands her life will be drastically different from the one she had, she wants to do more than survive the grief…do more than be the shattered mess she is – the one who is numb and alone…the one whose fake smile doesn’t fool anyone…the one who second guesses everything and has too much baggage to weather through in order to live again. But despite Sutton’s fears, despite her sadness and grief, despite the broken shell of a butterfly she currently is, she desperately wants to spread her wings again…to mend her broken pieces and feel love again, and there’s no better man to help her with her newfound perspective than the man who has been her constant source of comfort, friendship, and unconditional love - David Calloway Without David’s companionship, I’m not sure if Sutton would have made it out of her grief, but now that she’s slowly working to live freer and feel more alive, she’s faced with a new set of difficulties – moving on from her first love and attempting to allow another man into her heart, and that whole idea terrifies her…makes her second guess her decisions and the feelings that seem to have flourished despite the mournful state she’s been in since she lost Maverick. As much as David plays a pivotal role in The Wright Love, this is very much Sutton’s story. In a way, it’s her reawakening…it’s her acknowledging that she’s young and still has a lot of life ahead of her and she can’t live it like she has been. She needs to find her new way...her new journey, and while that seems to mean that David is a part of her new life, his full role remains blurry because she has to be able to go forward, not completely letting go of the past but not holding on too much so that she can’t be happy in her present, even if it’s one she never thought she would have. K.A. Linde does such a fantastic job illustrating Sutton’s emotional upheaval and the conflicting feelings she must endure as she attempts to let Maverick go, even a little bit, as she works for a new normal. There’s nothing straightforward about the situation Sutton’s in, nor is there a universal guidebook on how to manage the loss of your husband and move on in a manner in which other people agree with…every single aspect of life is different for everyone, and so the fact that Sutton’s processing of Maverick’s death is too quick or too slow is absurd…it just is how Sutton is coping…how Sutton is grieving and it will be how Sutton needs to move on when she’s ready, not anyone else. I’m not sure where Sutton and David’s relationship is headed, especially with the little reveal that happens at the end of book one, but I trust in what Sutton and David are building and I believe that what’s in plain sight is not the full story, so I can’t wait to see what is. 4.5 Poison Apples
bbarneybooks28 11 months ago
Ever since Sutton lost Maverick and was forced to live the rest of her life without her soul mate, being a single parent to Jason, the little boy who looks so much like his daddy, I’ve desperately wanted her story…I needed to see how she was coping…how she was dealing with the grief and overwhelming loss that seemed to be eating her alive. And while Sutton has endured for the past year, she’s not the Sutton Wright she once was, and she’ll never be that one again, and while she understands her life will be drastically different from the one she had, she wants to do more than survive the grief…do more than be the shattered mess she is – the one who is numb and alone…the one whose fake smile doesn’t fool anyone…the one who second guesses everything and has too much baggage to weather through in order to live again. But despite Sutton’s fears, despite her sadness and grief, despite the broken shell of a butterfly she currently is, she desperately wants to spread her wings again…to mend her broken pieces and feel love again, and there’s no better man to help her with her newfound perspective than the man who has been her constant source of comfort, friendship, and unconditional love - David Calloway Without David’s companionship, I’m not sure if Sutton would have made it out of her grief, but now that she’s slowly working to live freer and feel more alive, she’s faced with a new set of difficulties – moving on from her first love and attempting to allow another man into her heart, and that whole idea terrifies her…makes her second guess her decisions and the feelings that seem to have flourished despite the mournful state she’s been in since she lost Maverick. As much as David plays a pivotal role in The Wright Love, this is very much Sutton’s story. In a way, it’s her reawakening…it’s her acknowledging that she’s young and still has a lot of life ahead of her and she can’t live it like she has been. She needs to find her new way...her new journey, and while that seems to mean that David is a part of her new life, his full role remains blurry because she has to be able to go forward, not completely letting go of the past but not holding on too much so that she can’t be happy in her present, even if it’s one she never thought she would have. K.A. Linde does such a fantastic job illustrating Sutton’s emotional upheaval and the conflicting feelings she must endure as she attempts to let Maverick go, even a little bit, as she works for a new normal. There’s nothing straightforward about the situation Sutton’s in, nor is there a universal guidebook on how to manage the loss of your husband and move on in a manner in which other people agree with…every single aspect of life is different for everyone, and so the fact that Sutton’s processing of Maverick’s death is too quick or too slow is absurd…it just is how Sutton is coping…how Sutton is grieving and it will be how Sutton needs to move on when she’s ready, not anyone else. I’m not sure where Sutton and David’s relationship is headed, especially with the little reveal that happens at the end of book one, but I trust in what Sutton and David are building and I believe that what’s in plain sight is not the full story, so I can’t wait to see what is. 4.5 Poison Apples
Rachael_Leissner 11 months ago
While I have been excited for a while now for the last story in the Wright Brothers books, I am also sad to see this series come to an end. The last story Kyla has for us is perhaps one of the most devastating stories of the Wrights, Suttons. Sutton is left a widow at a very young age to care for and navigate without her husband. She is such a strong character, yet you can feel her heartbreak throughout book 1 of her story. When she’s finally ready to move on, what she didn’t expect was to fall for one of her close friends who has been there for her since her husband’s untimely death, and works for Wright Construction, David Calloway. David has been drawn to Sutton for a long time, but has yet to approach her about anything more. Her husband has only been gone a year, and David could tell she wasn’t ready. But when things start to slowly fall into place for these two, the chemistry is phenomenal. The heartbreak Sutton still has over the loss, weighs on her as she tries to move on. And of course, we get a cliffhanger at the end of part 1 that leaves you spinning. I can’t wait to read the conclusion of this in 2 weeks! Sutton and David deserve their HEA, but with their history and a few twists that Kyla has thrown in, we must wait to see how this will all end.
Devin_McCain 11 months ago
A beautiful story of a shattered woman who is getting her second chance at love. Linde does an amazing job portraying the pain and sorrow of losing a loved one, the wonder and stress of being a parent to a toddler, and the cautious hope of a new relationship. She wraps it all up with angst and scandal in her signature style. Absolutely loved it and can’t wait for part two!!
Christine_Miller 11 months ago
I have been a huge fan of this series. I love this family and their devotion to each other. Even the significant others have always been a part of this family. I knew Sutton's story was going to be hard to read since she was so happily married in the early books, until tragedy struck her. David has been interested in Sutton since the day he met her...the day her husband died. He has always been there for her as a friend. When Sutton finally starts to look at David as something more, he couldn't be happier. This is part 1 of a duet and does end with a cliffhanger. I loved the story building and Sutton starting to live again. I loved that David has really stayed around for her as a friend for the last year. He has been her rock. This story melted my heart and I can't wait to see what happens in part 2!
VoxLibris 11 months ago
K A Linde already broke your heart over Sutton in her previous Wright Brothers series. You were there with the youngest Wright sibling when her husband--and father of her baby son--died suddenly while running a marathon. You also met David Calloway in The Wright Secret, when Morgan hired him as an executive for Wright Construction. David, who was there when Maverick died, who comforted Sutton, who seems to know what to say and what not to say, and who seems to understand better than even her siblings do how to help her through the nightmare of grief. K A Linde began setting up this potential romance in Morgan's book, and she takes it center stage here. Patrick is my favorite Hot Hero in the Wright family books, but David is quickly becoming a close second. Yes, there were times he frustrated me, mostly because the cliffhanger alerts you to things he could have done differently. Yet I also understand what motivates him to behave as he does. It's his unwavering devotion to Sutton that grabs me. Even though he knows she isn't ready and that the wait for her to become ready might take years, he is there. He is present in her life and lets her set the pace. I just love that about him. Since this is the first of a duet, you know there will be a cliffhanger. Given all that Sutton has suffered, you pray that she does not have to suffer any longer. But this is a K A Linde book, so are you really shocked that her characters have to endure all manner of obstacles and conflicts? Of course not. There are some sexy times, although they are not the point here. Sutton's wounds are still too fresh, and David is ever solicitous of her feelings. When intimacy does occur, Linde does not let it happen in a vacuum. It is every bit a part of Sutton's healing. And now to anticipate The Wright One. I can't wait.
momof3infl 11 months ago
My hands are still trembling after reading this! Sutton and David's story is heartbreaking, fulfilling, and full of passion, Sutton has quickly become my favorite Wright sibling! After her husband dies suddenly, leaving a big hole in her heart and making Sutton Wright a single mom, she doesn't know how to move on. Along comes David, whom she's had her eye on for awhile, but mixing pleasure with her family's business has it's own problems. Luckily for her, David is patient, compassionate, and sooo sexy. These two have a slow burn that ignites the pages, but I really love the foundation of friendship and respect they show each other. That ending though, my goodness, #2 in this duet cannot come fast enough. I love the characters, the family, the story, and of course the angst, you will need tissues for this one, but they will be well worth it. Ms. Linde has a gem of a book on her hands!
Gayathiri 11 months ago
4.5 Stars!! Sutton Wright, the youngest of Wright siblings had everything she wanted.. She had a wonderful husband, a beautiful kid and family that supported and loved her!!! And one accident and the loss of her husband Maverick just shook her world upside down.. Every day is a struggle she fights for her son Jason!! And after a year, she decides to move on and do more than just survive. David Calloway, CFO of Wright Constructions has been her close friend when she struggled to cope up with being a single mom after the death of Maverick. Its not easy for Sutton to move on and when things get intense with David, she feels guilty and scared. But David is so patient and finally when they get to a good place, hell broke lose with that revelation.. I loved the characters of Sutton and David.. Given what she went through at such a young age, she managed to remain strong and face her life.. And David was so understanding and their chemistry was amazing... And i absolutely loved the way David was with Jason!! That ENDING!! I didnt expect that ending -- the cliff hanger.. K.A Linde is so known for the angst and that ending alone can vouch for that... I cant wait to read the conclusion to David n Sutton story..
Lashea677 11 months ago
Sutton had the perfect life, until it vanished in the blink of an eye. Gone is the flighty little sister and in her place is a brokenhearted woman who carries the weight of the world on her shoulders. Caught between shattered dreams and tarnished memories, can this grieving widow make a new start? K.A. Linde takes readers from heartrending despair to a chance at new hopes. The Wright Love is not an ending but a new beginning to a life interrupted. How to mend a broken heart? Sutton is about to learn there is no easy way to move on, but slowly letting go is a go place to start. Well written, emotional ride.