Falling for the Wingman by Crista McHugh
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Crista McHugh has quickly made my list of favorite authors. Her writing style is easy and straightforward, and the Kelly Brothers series is a lot of fun. The thing I like the most, and I mentioned this in another review of this same series, is the characters. All of her females are strong, capable leads. They are either successful in their lives or they have a firm sense of purpose of where they want to go. You will not find any of these girls sitting around waiting for some successful, rich, sexy man to make things happen for them. Enter successful, rich, sexy man...the men of this series are all successful, influential, and incredibly sexy. They are for the most part good guys, but they are human and they make mistakes.
The third book in the Kelly Brothers series is about Caleb Kelly. Returning home after deployment he finds, to his surprise, his seemingly wonderful, caring girlfriend nowhere in sight. After tracking her down, he discovers she might not be everything he ever thought she was. Her little sister, Alex, however, is a different story. I liked Alex a lot. She is my kind of girl. In a world that revolved around looks and outward appearances, she realized that putting up the front of perfection was too hard and decided to just be herself. She didn't care what others thought of her and was happy with her imperfect life.
There are four more Kelly brothers, and I'm looking forward to getting to know each of them.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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