The Right Kind of Guy by Kerri-Leigh Grady #ReleaseBlitz #Review

The Right Kind of Guy by Kerri-Leigh Grady #ReleaseBlitz #Review

The Right Kind of Guy by Kerri-Leigh Grady #ReleaseBlitz #ReviewThe Right Kind of Guy by Kerri-Leigh Grady
Series: What Happens in Vegas
Published by Entangled: Lovestruck on October 17, 2016
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
Pages: 136
Format: eBook
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three-half-stars

Romance novelist Kelsey Spencer doesn’t believe in love, and she's tired of faking her way through happily ever afters. Determined to change things up, she heads to the Las Vegas Romance Lovers Convention. But somewhere between half-naked cover models and hot Navy SEALs, Kelsey’s plans derail...

Especially once she meets über-fan Jasmine Grant...and Jasmine’s über-hot alphahole brother, Aaron.

Buttoned-up Aaron Grant never thought he’d find himself at a romance convention, but here he is, trying to convince his impulsive sister not to marry a beefcake cover model. His only hope is to enlist the aid of the cynical (and sexy) romance writer his sister worships.

After a sweltering jaunt around Vegas, some strange conference hijinks, and one outrageous proposal, Kelsey and Aaron are left questioning everything they know about romance and love...and if falling in love might just be worth the gamble.

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Review
The Right Kind of Guy takes place at a romance author convention. Kelsey is an author who has found herself not believing in the romance she writes. To make matters worse all of her fans believe her work is based on events in her life. Her biggest fan, Jas, is just getting over a breakup and thinks the male models are a great way to get over that and move on towards the romance she believes still exists. Jas’s brother Aaron is there to look after her and enlists Kelsey’s help to reign Jas in. This leads to lots of adventure and Kelsey and Aaron coming to terms with how they really feel about romance.
I enjoyed the story for the most part. I felt Aaron was too overprotective and it was slightly annoying. At the same time, if Aaron weren’t so protective then the adventures he went on with Kelsey wouldn’t have existed. So I’m a little torn on that lol. The book was pretty hilarious so that’s a plus. Overall if you like romantic comedies then definitely read The Right Kind of Guy.

About Kerri-Leigh Grady

Kerri-Leigh Grady loves to sink into happily-ever-after tales and blow-up-all-the-things tales, especially when her testosterone-loaded house has hit its monthly limit of athletic socks and slapstick. She holds an MFA from Seton Hill University and a BS in computer science, so she’s a kind of half-artsy, half-nerd ball of nervous twitching. She has an unnatural love of dark humor, gadgets, chickpeas, BJJ, terrible acrylic landscapes, half-assed jewelry, and planners (Hobonichi and TN, natch). When the zombie apocalypse happens, she’s likely to be patient zero. If you see her bite someone, grab your water and head for your bunker.

three-half-stars