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    Really good read

    I thought it was a really good book and can't wait to see what's next.
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    Learning from mistakes

    This is the first book I've read by K.A. Linde. That said, even though this is NOT the first Wright book, it can be read as a standalone. This book does deal with some serious issues, alcoholism and domestic abuse, but it's not the entire focus of this book. The road to Julia and Austin's romance is definitely a rocky one to say the least. Austin has alcohol issues and Julia has a major secret. It was interesting to watch the interplay between these two and their friends and family just added to everything. Julia needs to come clean with her secrets and Austin needs to face his issues. Things do come to a head and reading the ensuing results had me eager for the final results. The Wright Mistake was a book I really enjoyed. I think I need to go check out the past Wright books now.
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    I never had a clue.

    I thought I had this particular Wright figured out, but it turns out I never had a clue. Behind the party boy persona was a deeply compelling individual. Austin was smarter than anyone gave him credit for. He managed to hide his insecurities behind his good time ways. His thirst for unconditional love and understanding led to self destructive behavior. He was addicted to the attention it brought more than the vices that got him noticed. Never did he count on losing his heart to a spitfire with a tough girl attitude and a body full of ink. Fear and pride cost him the greatest of treasures. Will remorse help him become the better man she needs him to be? We all dream of that perfect love and although Julia and Austin are far from the perfect couple, Ms. Linde makes you want to root for them flaws and all.
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