Title: The Right Mistake
Author: A.M. Guilliams
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: October 25, 2018
My life consisted of perfect structure.
A job I loved-Check.
An apartment I adored-Double Check.
Friends who tried to get me to take a walk on the wild side-Triple Check.
When my best friend announced her destination bachelorette party, I knew I was in trouble. I could handle just about anything she threw my way, but Vegas. I knew there was no way I could handle the city that never slept.
And boy was I right.
One night of planned fun turned into the night that would upend the perfectly structured life I’d built.
What could possibly go wrong when you mix gambling, shots of whiskey, and giving your engaged friend an example of how a wedding should go?
What happened in Vegas didn’t stay there. It came home right along with me.
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Great heat! The Right Mistake had a lot of heat that was great. The story itself missed its mark for me, but it was an easy read. The characters were good as well. This book is a standalone, but I could see the author writing a novel for one of the minor characters.
The plot of this story was intriguing. I liked the thought of a surprise relationship. Unfortunately, the plot didn’t keep me as interested as I had hoped. While the idea was great, it missed on execution for me.
I liked Avery. She is a sweet character. I liked how sensible she was. That added to her characters personality that made the story more interesting. Gage is a good character as well. I liked him for the most part. There was a part of his storyline I didn’t like. I felt he took things a bit too fast and acted recklessly in regards to part of his storyline.
The heat in this book was great. These two characters had no problem heating it up between the sheets. This was the best part of the story. The chemistry between the characters was great even when other areas lacked for me personally.
The writing in this book was okay. The pace was a bit fast for me. The time jumps didn’t flow as well as I would have liked. I liked that the story was told from a single point of view. It worked for this book. It was an easy read.
Overall, this was a good idea, but missed its mark for me personally. I liked the idea of the story and the heat in the story. The characters were good. I think a little more time developing the plot and tying up loose ends would have made this book a five star for me.
Writing Style: 3/5
A.M. Guilliams is a romantic suspense and women’s fiction author who currently resides in Virginia with her husband, three children, and fur babies. Books, flip flops, coffee, chocolate, The Walking Dead, and Chicago Fire are just a few of her obsessions. Her love of books began with novels by Stephen King, Mary Higgins Clark, and the poetry of Edgar Allan Poe. When she’s not writing, you can find her down by the river with her family, curled up on the couch with a good book, or watching her favorite movies and television shows.
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