I used to believe Jacob Evans could be mine.
That was before he delivered unforgivable news rather than sweeping me off my feet.
Not that I can fault his choice.
He got the sweetest little girl out of the deal.
I took the heartbreak as a learning experience and moved on for the better.
Jake did the opposite—allowing bitterness to fill the void.
Only his daughter can pull him from the broody gloom.
Those moments are my favorite.
Not that it matters.
Jake isn’t anything to me other than a reminder of what almost was.
Besides, we couldn’t be more wrong for each other.
I’ve come to accept that.
But as it turns out, Jake hasn’t.
Wrong For You is a full-length standalone romance blended with angst, heart, feel-good emotions, witty banter, and plenty of steam for an unforgettable reading experience.
Hot Grumpy Single Dad Alert!
When I first started reading, and Jake was breaking up with Harper because someone else was pregnant with his kid, I was like, WTF? But he hadn't cheated on her, which was what I first thought, and I know a lot of you will be wondering, so NO CHEATING was involved in this book. It just took his ex-girlfriend a while to realize she was pregnant. Jake being the kind of guy he is, he wanted to do the right thing and did it for a long time.
I loved Harper's sass; she called Jake J.J. Each time, it meant something different. Still, for the longest time, it was Jerky Jake, and that was because he didn't stop at just breaking her heart when he broke up with her, but he was downright mean whenever she was near, and lately, that was a lot because she was his daughter, Sydney's, Dance Instructor.
Now Sydney, that little girl stole every page she was on; she is a superstar. I loved her humor and the way she would play matchmaker. She was immensely grown up for a young girl, but dealing with the things that she dealt with it wasn't surprising.
Now for Jake, he was an asshole at the beginning, a big one but after a while, things started changing, and you could tell that he was doing what he could to win Harper back because even though he was the one that called things off, he was still very much in love with her.
There wasn't too much angst in the story, but there was a lot of heart and steam.
I highly recommend this to those that enjoy STEAMY Small Town Romances, Contemporary Romances, Second Chance Romances, or Single Dad Romances.
**I have voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Readers Copy of this book for my Blog, Nadine's Obsessed with Books**