July 9, 2017

Wrong For You by Jenny Proctor #bookreview

Lane Bishop has just moved back to Chapel Hill.  She has landed a job at Winding Way Inn, her childhood oasis. 

When Lane is roped into going to a soccer game with a gang of girls from her new town, she is both weary and intrigued.  Upon arriving at the soccer field, her new-found friends point out the "Untouchables".

The "Untouchables" are the four handsome brothers that every girl seems to go gaga over.  How did they get this nickname?  Well, Simon Hamilton is in a long distance, serious relationship.  Dave is engaged to be married.  The youngest Hamilton brother is about to be sent on a church mission, so he's out.  Jamie Hamilton is technically single, but no girl has been able to snag him, hence the "Untouchable" status.

Lane decides that she is not interested in watching the boys play soccer, she wants to get out on the field.  She heads over and talks to Jamie who isn't too thrilled about having a girl playing on the team.  Fiery Lane takes a stroll over and talks to the opposing team, and they agree to let her play.

This little incident intrigues Jamie and he decides that maybe Lane is the one for him.  Will Jamie woo Lane or does Lane have her eye on another brother?

Wrong for You is thoughtfully written and predictably entertaining.  Even though I knew what is going to happen next, I still really enjoyed this novel.  It is a cozy, read-in-one-day kind of book.  If you like romantic comedies, this book is right up your alley!

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**I received a complementary copy of this book for review purposes.  All opinions expressed are 100% my own. This post contains affiliate links.**

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