Review of ‘The right kind of wrong’ by PJ Trebelhorn

Sweet romance between two long term best friends whose relationship start to shift after a family health scare. The main characters are well rounded and lovable, easy to empathise with though sometimes a bit frustrating in their stubbornness. The secondary characters are also likeable and complement the plot neatly.
My only issue with this book is that some parts were a bit repetitive and the story line predictable. You know where this book is heading from the start despite the twists of the story or the characters’ angst.
Overall, an enjoyable read if you are into romances with a bit of angst but feel good endings. 3.5 stars rounded up.
ARC provided by the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

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