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    Short read, sad but wonderful.

    Kyla, kyla, kyla. Man, do I love your books. This was another one that once I started, I couldn’t put down. I had to know what happened by the end. It was a great short read. Sometimes, I just want a fast read. Of course it ends on a cliffhanger but we don’t have to wait long for the next, as the sequel comes out in a few weeks. I haven’t read all of the wright books. I read the first one and the second one, the brother is named after my son. I just thought it would be weird to read a love story with my sons name in it so I just haven’t picked up the other books. You don’t really need to though. I never once felt confused or out of place by reading this one and not the others. Sutton is the youngest sister and her husband died of a freak heart failure a year before. She has one child and she is very alone. We start the book with her talking to her husband at his gravesite and her saying she can’t be sad anymore. And she needs to start living her life again. I can understand that. Cue to her seeing a family friend slash coworker of the Wright industries David. There’s sex, fun, loss, and information I did not see coming. Kyla does surprise information like no other. I won’t say anymore as I don’t want to spoil the book. I like Sutton and David together. They seem to balance each other out well. great chemistry. And I can’t wait to see how everything plays out in the sequel.
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    My hands are still trembling after reading this!

    Sutton and David's story is heartbreaking, fulfilling, and full of passion, Sutton has quickly become my favorite Wright sibling! After her husband dies suddenly, leaving a big hole in her heart and making Sutton Wright a single mom, she doesn't know how to move on. Along comes David, whom she's had her eye on for awhile, but mixing pleasure with her family's business has it's own problems. Luckily for her, David is patient, compassionate, and sooo sexy. These two have a slow burn that ignites the pages, but I really love the foundation of friendship and respect they show each other. That ending though, my goodness, #2 in this duet cannot come fast enough. I love the characters, the family, the story, and of course the angst, you will need tissues for this one, but they will be well worth it. Ms. Linde has a gem of a book on her hands!
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    Sutton, oh Sutton

    Oh, for the love of all that's....I must love to be tortured...... She just has to do it to us once again, doesn't she? Sutton...oh Sutton... David, I just....
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    It all fell apart, now she needs to put it back og

    The Wright Love is the after story. After her world fell apart... You see Sutton Wright had a fairytale romance, the whirlwind wedsing, and beautiful love story. She had it all except the Disney ending. No, she had the tragic Grim Brothers style ending. Her One true love is dead. She is a widow and a single mom in at 24. Tragic should be her middle name. Remember how I said this is the after story...the pick yourself up by your bootstraps and try to live again story. Well, it seems this story got a whole lot more interesting. K.A. Linde drops a nuke on the readers in this book. I'm chomping at the bit for book two in the duet. It's going to be interesting. Reviewed for Sweet Spot Sisterhood
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    Charming, tender, and sweetly romantic!

    In this latest novel by Linde, The Wright Love, she gives us a deeper, more emotional story featuring the youngest Wright Sibling, Sutton, a young widow and single mother struggling to come to grips with her all-encompassing grief, and the intelligent, successful, David, who's prepared to wait as long as it takes for the woman of his dreams. The writing is heartfelt and effortless. The supporting characters are kind, generous, and fun-loving. And the plot is a soul-searching journey filled with familial relationships, support, compassion, honesty, desire, longing, rapport, patience, loss, life, and love, as well as a twist you won't see coming and an ending that will undoubtedly leave you eager for more. The Wright Love is without a doubt a captivating, heartwarming, beautiful start to Sutton and David's love story that has left me patiently, or not so patiently waiting for the release of The Wright One, publishing May 29, 2018, to discover whether the secrets and lies of the past will destroy them forever or whether their love will conquer all odds and give them the happy-ever-after ending they deserve.
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