Mr. Wright & Mr. Wrong

Mr. Wright & Mr. Wrong Review

Alternative Cover Edition.

Part 1 of a 2-Part serial. Can be read as a stand alone with HFN ending!

It started with a kiss, a very public kiss…with the wrong man.

Brooklyn Jefferson (yes, daughter of that Jefferson) thought it was fate when Michael Wright (yes, son of that Wright), the man of her dreams, handed her a ticket to the Knicks’ game.

Then Brooklyn meets his younger brother, Alex.
Then Michael meets her older sister, London.

Pretty soon both families are involved, and a simple love triangle is beginning to look more like a Rubik’s Cube.

Things get even stickier when the Jeffersons and the Wrights find themselves on opposing sides of the upcoming New York Mayoral election.

When dual scandals break out that have the potential to ruin both families, will love trump political ambition?

WARNING:Do to (lots!) of (fairly explicit!) sexual scenes, and adult language, this book is for readers 18+ only!!

DISCLAIMER: Although this is the first part in a 2-part series, it can be read as a stand alone, complete with a HFN ending! Book 2 coming in October!

A BWWM, interracial romance.

Title:Mr. Wright & Mr. Wrong
Edition Language:English

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    Mr. Wright & Mr. Wrong Reviews

  • Tina

    3.5 stars.This book was pure rom-com featuring two sisters who end up dating two brothers.What worked:- The writing was sparkly fun. - I liked the characters- I liked the political conflict that was i...

  • Rosie J.

    23-year old Brooklyn has a thing for older men -- specifically, a crush on 36-year old Michael Wright, Corporate Attorney/Partner at Douglas and Foster. However, Brooklyn isn't even on his radar, not ...

  • Meka?books

    4.5 stars...

  • Flip

    I loved it. It was really good I received ARC and I'm so glad that Camilla Stevens wanted me to read and review her second novel. Alex and Brooklyn were really hot couple and Michael and London were s...

  • Yelle Hughes

    I eagerly waited for Ms. Stevens second book after reading One Night. You have to be a great writer when you can take two different love interests in one book and be able to separate personalities and...

  • Ida Louise

    Two sisters and two brothers mix in a tale of love, family and politics. What if the person you thought you wanted, turns out not to be the person you need? This is the question for both sisters. Both...

  • G

    Everything is wright about this bookThis author is fairly new but I have to say that she has already found the sweet spot in pacing. I felt like the story didn't drag on, scenes weren't drawn out. Whe...

  • ILoveToRead

    Toss Up-Nice read, but predictable and bland. The characters were bland, the story was bland, and it's a two-parter. I won't be reading the second....

  • Rachel

    Two sisters who end up dating brothers. I can dig it. However, one thinks she's in love with the older Wright brother. Until...*twists mustache* You have sisters Brooklyn and London Jefferson. Brookly...

  • Lorice DeBlanc-Brim

    Wow!😉You have to love grandma Lucille. She brought character to the story. You have to love her wit. It drove her son crazy. Clayton was wrong how he broke up with London. He was a straight up punk...