Tuesday, 11 July 2017
Miss Wrong and Mr Right by Robert Bryndza
‘This is men,’ said Gran. ‘When they vant you, but you don’t vant them, they stay. But let them know you vant them, they no longer need you, and they go! It’s like that movie, Nanny McPhee.’
Natalie Love has worked hard to have it all. She runs a successful London theatre that's about to host one of Hollywood's leading stars, Ryan Harrison. She’s pretty sure she’s found her man in yoga boyfriend Benjamin, despite his annoying habit of saying Namaste! every time he speaks. And her eccentric, glamorous Hungarian Gran is always on hand to offer sage advice and steaming bowls of goulash.
Life in the bright lights of London has always been Natalie's escape from her chaotic country family in rural Devon and Jamie, the childhood sweetheart she left at the altar fifteen years ago. Until he turns up at her theatre door...
Jamie is in town producing a West End show and with rivalry suddenly clouding old feelings, this isn’t quite the reunion Natalie was expecting.
Will Benjamin prove to be Natalie’s perfect match? With Ryan turning her head, Natalie is more confused than ever. And what about Jamie – could he be her second chance at first love?
Charming, hilarious and totally unputdownable, Miss Wrong and Mr Right will put a huge smile on your face and keep you guessing who Natalie’s ‘Mr Right’ is until the very last page.
Review to follow soon or in this case not so soon (7 months later)!!
My thanks to the Publishers and NetGalley for the opportunity to read this story in exchange for an honest review.
I gave this a 4/5 stars or 8/10.
This is the first book that I've read by this Author. If this is an example of all his work, then I will be reading others by him.
It was a quirky comedy romance, with lots of silly happenings between all the characters.
Natalie's life looked like it was all planned out, but as she jilts her fiancé at the altar. Life takes a sudden turn that she hadn't quite planned. Stuck in another relationship that doesn't seem to be going far again, her life could be all set to change yet again.
Well written this story had lots going for it and was great escapism, at a time when I most definitely needed it. I read this over Christmas last year and it was just the ticket. Grab a copy and let it take you away from your day to day life.