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    A heartwarming read for a second chance romance

    The sequel to KA Linde’s The Wright Love is the perfect culmination of Sutton and David’s love story. Amidst the lies, secrets, and intense family drama, they have finally managed to set aside their differences and be together. I loved how the author didn’t hold back on how she portrayed Sutton’s grief over losing Maverick, her first husband. That tragedy was like a weight around her neck that made her fears about starting over again magnified by a hundred. And David had always been her constant ever since Maverick was gone. It was no wonder why David’s betrayal really cut deep for Sutton. But in the end, Sutton did get the happily ever after she deserves. It might have taken awhile before everything had fallen into place but despite everything else, one thing is for sure, David will always be there for her. This is why reading the Epilogue was so heartwarming because any avid Wright reader would know that having David, Sutton, and her son Jason together as a family is something that is truly meant to be.
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    A stunning conclusion to an epic love story!

    After the devastating conclusion to The Wright Love, I couldn't wait to read The Wright One. Sutton and David's story I knew wasn't even close to completion. I'm so happy that this book was broken up into two. I felt that I truly knew the characters, I could see how Sutton grew over the course of the books, she became much more self-aware. David is one of my favorite characters, he's warm, funny, and his past just makes me ache for him. These two have such amazing chemistry, and you can't help but root for them. The Wright One is so much more than a love story, it's about finding oneself, learning to trust yourself and others, and also learning to lean on people for help. It is angsty, but leaves you wonderfully happy at the same time. I love this family!
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    So sad to see the Wrights end

    Woah what a bomb! I can't believe how everything unfolded and couldn't wait to see what happened next in Sutton and David's story!!! The Wright One is the conclusion and let me tell you, this is one hell of a ride. If you think I will tell you anything, guess again! No spoilers here except to say that you just have to read this to see it for yourself! I loved how everything unfolded as we saw another side to David. I also loved seeing the rest of the Wright clan stick together as a family as they always do. As usual, Ms. Linde sucks the reader into the story until the very last page. I cannot wait for more and really need to know about new mysterious characters that may or may not get their own books...4 stars for the last Wright book! I'm so sad to see the Wrights go but I know more good will come soon and I'm ready and waiting!
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    Absorbing, passionate, and angsty!

    The Wright One is a heartwarming tale that picks up right where The Wright Love left off, taking us back to Lubbock, Texas where secrets have been unearthed, relationships strained, and forgiveness, grief, and family are still huge hurdles for David and Sutton to face. The writing is smooth and emotive. The characters are patient, hesitant, committed, and determined. And the plot is an alluring mix of understanding, frustration, compassion, attraction, parenthood, friendship, familial drama, and unconditional love. The Wright Love is the final novel in the Wright series (hopefully just for now), and I have to admit it's a little bittersweet to say goodbye to the characters we've come to love over these last six novels by Linde. Nevertheless, this is still a delightful, beautiful chance to have one last catch up with the whole gregarious Wright gang and to finally see Sutton and David get the happy-ever-after ending we've been hoping for them from the very start.
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    When secrets destroy your reality....

    Secrets…..some are meant to be hidden. Others have the power to break you from within when they are exposed. For Sutton and David – the consequences of his secret leave them both teetering in despair. Sutton feels the betrayal of David’s secret from deep within. The feelings from a misplaced trust leaving Sutton doubting if love was in the cards again. Tainting the view Sutton has on love and trust. David knew that one day he would have to face the music about his past. Reliving some of the worst moments in his life. The’ cat is finally out of the bag’, and now David has lost any opportunity of a future with the woman he loves with all of his heart. With the ‘sins of the Father’ weighing on David’s shoulders, is an escape from the past ever going to be in the cards? The Wright One is the second book in the Wright Love Duet by author K.A. Linde. David and Sutton take us back to that explosive moment that kept fans on their seat from the first book. The ‘secret’ is out, and David is handing the ‘hits’ from every angle. Sutton is heartbroken and feels as though she has been lied to by the secret that David kept hidden. The two embroil in a push and pull in their battle of wills. One determined to salvage the tendrils of new love, and the other determined that there is nothing left to hang on to. While I am thoroughly a ‘Team David’ kind of reader, I found myself wondering why Sutton seemed to lack believability at times. Don’t get me wrong, her relationship with David was SWEET. However – the turmoil from her past, and the way her character was perceived throughout the Wright Series left me a bit torn with her responses in this Duet. It was a bit ‘flat’ and predictable. Not the spontaneity that readers have come to love from a character that deviated from the expectations set upon the Wright siblings. Jason’s character was a bit ‘strange’ for lack of a better description. There were times he sounded like a typical two year old, other times a toddler, then other times he had the vocabulary of a five year old. Definitely something that should have been fleshed out during the Beta Reading stage…but I couldn’t get the contrasts out of my head while reading the story. All in all – The Wright One is a SWEET love story. One that could have easily fit into one novel and had more impact without so many ‘fillers’ used to extend the writing to create a duet.
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