Review: The Wrong Brother by Amanda Siegrist

The Wrong Brother by Amanda Siegrist

Synopsis and Details:

Objective: Get hired as a temporary secretary and find out if Champ Holloway is a dirty, cheating scumbag.

Time Frame: One week.

Gabby would do anything for her best friend, Mia. Anything. That’s what besties are for, right? But going undercover at her boyfriend’s work to find out if he’s cheating seems a bit extreme. Except she can’t say no. Never to Mia. The moment she walks in and sees her boyfriend, she knows she made a mistake. He’s sex on a stick, and she wants to take a delicious bite. He’s also a bit too arrogant, needs to work on his pleases and thank yous, and he never smiles. Everyone should smile at least once a day. It’s one long week of a battle of wills, sinful glances, and keeping her hands to herself. All she can do is repeat Mia. Mia. Mia. This is all for Mia. Until she realizes…there are two Mr. Holloways. And she got hired by the wrong one.

Series: Perfect For You #1  |  Genres: Contemporary, Romance  |  Release Date: August 11, 2020  |  Publisher: Independent  |  Pages: 270  | ISBN: 979-8664972979  | ASIN: B089JW25BM  | Format: ARC  | Source: Author

Review with Rating:

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The Wrong Brother is a brand-new book in the Perfect for You series by author Amanda Siegrist and this book is a light and humorous romance to enjoy this summer. Now, that is not to say that this story does not have a little angst because it certainly does. I will admit that at the start of this story I kind of though the main character, Gabby was a bit crazy for getting hired on at a company just to see if her best friend’s boyfriend was a cheater. That just made no sense to me but it is also why I wanted to read this book because I wanted to see if I could be convinced that the idea had merit.

Overall, I enjoyed reading this fun and quirky story! Let’s start with the fact that I really liked Gabby and the interactions between her and the wrong Mr. Holloway. It was hilarious to be with Gabby and her struggles with his boorish behavior and her unwanted attraction to him. I am glad that the “ruse” was not carried on for too much of the book and that the story developed to become something deeper and more meaningful. Both main characters had their personal obstacles that they needed to overcome but the swoony element was their journey together. I would highly recommend you grabbing a copy of The Wrong Brother for your summer beach read or an anytime read for that matter! It is an adorable story that will meet all your romance reading desires.

*Thank you to author Amanda Siegrist for this eARC of The Wrong Brother*

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This review is based on a complimentary book I received. It is an honest and voluntary review. The complimentary receipt of it in no way affected my review or rating.

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About Amanda Siegrist:

Author Amanda Siegrist

I love anything that has to do with romance. As long as there’s a happy ending, I’m a happy camper. I love baseball (Go Twins!) and creating awesome crafts. I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, working in that field for several years before I became a stay-at-home mom. When I’m not hanging out with my wonderful family, I’m writing a sweet contemporary romance or a romantic suspense that keeps you guessing until the end. I have a few more amazing stories in the works.

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