The Wright One
Book 6, Wright - Wright Love Duet Book 2
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A new sexy contemporary romance duet from USA Today bestselling author K.A. Linde…
Secrets swarm all around.
My world is crumbling under the strain.
I don’t know if we can survive this.
My heart is in the Wright place.
But is his?
The Wright One is the last book in the Wright Love Duet that began in The Wright Love. Find out if Sutton and David survive their world of secrets in the conclusion to the Wright Love duet!
Sutton Wright's story was everything I hoped it would be. I knew that her story was going to break my heart. This young girl that had everything, a husband and a son and a great family and then her life fell apart. At the end of the first book of this duet, I didn't know how Sutton and David would work their way back together. They have so much to work through, the biggest being, is Sutton ready for a relationship. The feelings and struggles that Sutton goes through are so real and so well described. I felt like I lived through her torment. I also could feel David's love for her and how he wanted nothing more than to make her his. This story was full of heart and soul and I absolutely loved it.
This is part 2 of a duet, you need to read The Wright Love first.
The Wright One is the much awaited conclusion to David and Sutton’s emotional whirlwind of a romance. While I didn’t get as much feels in this one as compared to The Wright Love, I was still over the moon to see these two grow, struggle, and overcome their hurdles together—especially with that sweet, heart-melting ending.
As I was hoping, we did get to know so much more about David Calloway in this book. Little by little, we got to see who he really was, and I truly enjoyed peeling off his layers and witnessing him unravel. I was able to appreciate him and all that he’s done for Sutton and her two-year old son, Jason, since day one even more. At the same time, we also saw Sutton Wright grieve more for everything that she’s lost. We watched her come to terms with her new reality, and face her own fears and insecurities.
Even though there weren’t a lot of them, the steamy scenes in the beginning were a little more steamier—think make-up sex. But the constant push and pull in the relationship, the indecision and uncertainties in both Sutton and David, broke my brain and my emotion meter. I knew where they were coming from, given their pasts and what they’ve gone through. But the I’m-ready-wait-I’m-actually-not situation went back and forth so much and so abruptly that I think even I got whiplash—it was like watching an intense tennis match. I specifically got crazy frustrated with Sutton on so many levels here. I felt for her, especially since she never really was able to grieve her late husband properly and let it fully sink in, but I felt for David even more after this one.
I also did love the fact that the author showed us in this book that there’s always the possibility of a change of heart. That we can never lose hope, especially when it comes to family. It was definitely a nice touch and highlight that tugged at my heartstrings.
In the end, the resolution was... okay. The second half to David and Sutton’s story wasn’t exactly how I envisioned all this to go down, but I’m happy that they’ve found their way back to each other, no matter how rocky the journey was. That they were able to find themselves again as individuals and eventually, were able to welcome the love and happiness that they both truly deserve together.
My Perfect Wright
Omg Sutton!! I just can’t with this book! It’s soooo freaking amazing!! She is my favorite Wright! She’s a real strong willed tough lady!!! I love her so much!
David, the main of patience!! He’s also a real gentleman, he battles but he’s strong! He’s smart, and Sutton deserves all that!