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  • Nora and West

    This is Weston and Nora's book and its one I have been really looking forward to. Nora is Hollis and Campbell's younger sister and when we last saw her in Campbell's book she had lost her best friend and her longtime boyfriend to each other. She also ended up homeless and thats when she became Weston's roommate while he was rocking and rolling with Campbell in Los Angeles. Weston is a Wright but he and his siblings are the second family for his father and they are half brothers with Julian and Jordan. He came to town with his siblings and he became friends with Campbell who is Nora's big brother. When Nora gets dumped by her boyfriend so he can get together with her former best friend Nora and West form a friendship and are roomies. In this story we get to see Nora and West up close as they get to know each other better and fall for each other. But West has rock and roll dreams and Nora knows that means he will move to Los Angeles eventually. I love the way the author writes these stories. This story is told in five parts and it makes it each for me to read th first part and second part and so on...This story is about West and Nora falling for each other in a secret relationship because Campbell has warned West to never become closer than a roomie or friend with Nora. West and Nora's romance is a roomie and best friend that turns to love but also a secret and forbidden romance with his best friends younger sister. It was very hot, sweet and sexy and I really adored West and Nora. I received a complimentary early release copy of this e-book from the author prior to release and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Fire!

    Nora and Weston were fire together and I absolutely loved that they were friends first. While I loved the forbidden aspect with her being his best friend's sister, you can't help but feel their chemistry coming off the pages.

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  • Blurred Lines

    Wes is Nora's brother's best friend. Nora is also his friend and roommate. After her disastrous relationship with her ex, Wes offers to be Nora's dating coach to help her move on. Can they keep things strictly platonic? Or, will the attraction that has always been there take over? "You need to find someone else who sees how brightly you shine." After being betrayed by her long time best friend and her one and only boyfriend, Nora deserves someone who sees how special she is. Nora finds her person in Wes. I loved the way both of them had big dreams and they cheered each other on as well as their connection. Of course, things aren't total smooth sailing, they have family issues to work out and figure out how they can pursue their dreams together. Nora and Wes' story is a perfect mix of emotion, angst, sizzling chemistry, and love. The conclusion of the Wrights series is a little bittersweet. I've enjoyed each and every book of this series. Thankfully, All The Wright Moves includes cameos of many other couples from the series so we get a final look at them too. I hope K.A. Linde will revisit these wonderful characters in some way in the future since there is crossover with the Cruel series. Speaking of Cruel series crossover, I enjoyed the glimpses of Gavin & Whitney!

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  • Amazing Read

    All the Wright Moves by K.A. Linde, the fifth book in the Vineyard series, but the twelfth in the Wright series, is an enjoyable story featuring Nora and West, and combines best friend's little sister, roommates, friends and rockstar trope for a wonderful, sweet read. Nora is a wedding planner at the Vineyard and has been through a difficult uphill battle. After three years with someone she caught him with her best friend. Fortunately, her brothers were there along with West, her brother’s best friend to help pick up the pieces. When she moved out of the place she shared with her now ex-best friend, West offered a place to stay; they could be roommates. After all, he was about to leave, helping her brother with his band. These two have an instant chemistry, but neither crossed the line; at least until the ex-best friend reappears. Having had only one boyfriend in her life, Nora knows she needs to learn how to put herself out there, but is afraid. With her confidence shot, West helps Nora gain it back with some dating coaching. But neither expected there to be chemistry between them or feelings to develop, causing that “friend” line to get blurry. West had been warned off, by both her brothers, to never mess with her, but sometimes giving in to the temptation is the only way to go. At least until West finally gets his big chance in the music business, tearing them apart, putting distance between them as well as an end to their temporary time together; unless one of them is willing to compromise. Ms. Linde included a few Easter eggs in this emotional and wonderful romance story that should not be missed. She provided a tale rich with emotions, sizzling chemistry, magnetic attraction, clever banter, and endearing characters giving Nora and West a chance at love, and a future together. I highly recommend All the Wright Moves to other readers and look forward to the next book in the series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book prior to purchasing it.

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  • friends to lovers soooo good

    Weston was there when Nora caught her boyfriend cheating on her with her best friend who was also her roommate. He offered her to lie with him since he would be in LA most of the time. He didn’t think it would be a big deal since he wouldn’t be home most of the time. Besides she was Campbell’s sister and Campbell threatened any guy who even thought about making a play for his sister. How hard could this be? Since her ex was her one and only relationship Nora was awkward when it came to men. Weston offered to help her and she accepted. What he didn’t realize was that he had to watch other guys come one to her. He started to have feelings for her but he knew he couldn’t do anything about them. Although drunk Nora was very different than sober Nora. Eventually mutual feelings were too hard to hide and they gave in. They knew it was only temporary since he was going back to LA. What they didn’t realize was that the more time they spent together the closer they became and when it was time for Weston to return to LA could they say goodbye. Her life was in Lubbock. Could they make a long distance relationship work or would her heart be broken. All The Wright Moves is an amazing read. I could not put it down. I enjoyed how they kept their relationship between themselves, or they thought they did. Nora was so happy when she was with Weston. Their chemistry was off the charts. They were perfect together. He treated he like every woman wants to be treated. He wasn’t a selfish lover. She realized it was not what she had with August, it was so much better and exactly what she deserved to have

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