Books: Wrong Bed, Right Guy

Wrong Bed, Right Guy

Wrong Bed, Right Guy is an erotic romance by Katee Robert. It tells the story of Elle Walser, an art gallery coordinator who is fed up of her mother’s terrible matchmaking efforts. She does want a man, after all, and one in particular – her boss. She’s been dropping hints for months, but he’s just not picking up on them. So after summoning a huge amount of courage, Elle puts on some sexy lingerie and climbs into her boss’ bed. Unfortunately, her plan goes wrong and she ends up in bed with a total stranger. Horrified, she runs away.

Gabe Schultz thinks he’s dreaming when the hot blonde climbs into his bed and so he lets things progress. When he realises it’s not a dream, he decides it’s too late to do anything about it, so he continues with the smokin’ hot sexual encounter. However, it seems the hot blonde thinks Gabe is his brother, and when she realises the truth, she runs.

A little digging reveals the identity of the night-time seducer, and when Gabe meets her again in the cold light of day, he still wants her. Bad. The trouble is, Gabe looks every inch the bad boy, and Elle has sworn off that type of man. She’s looking for a nice guy, which is why she tried to seduce Gabe’s brother. However, Gabe’s not a man to give up, so he decides to pursue Elle and show him that beneath his tattooed exterior is a man she should take a chance on.

Wrong Bed, Right Guy is a great read. The writing style is engaging and easy to read, the plot is fun, sexy and romantic and the characters are great. I wanted to shout at Elle, and was rooting for Gabe all along, which to me is the sign of a good story. So if you’re looking for a romantic read with a super hot lead male, you should definitely check out this book.

Available from:
Amazon UK
Amazon US
Barnes & Noble

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