Blurb: The right man for the job
Real estate agent Danica Yates did everything right. She found the right man, waited the right amount of time to get engaged and planned the perfect wedding. Then everything went very, very wrong. Now Dani is left with one unworn bridal gown, one canceled honeymoon and one jerk of an ex-fiancé. The bright side? She can finally make her move on the gorgeous man known only as Hot Architect…
Except that Sean Grayson is actually Hot Architect’s Even Hotter Twin Brother. But before Sean can admit his real identity, the chemistry between them takes over, fierce and demanding. He can’t refuse her, or turn away from the blinding want that consumes them both. He knows he has to admit the truth…and convince Dani that the wrong brother is definitely the right man!
Thoughts: I’ve always loved The Wrong Bed series under the Harlequin Blaze titles – particularly when they deal with twins. In this case when Danica’s engagement gets broken she finally decides she needs to act a little more impulsively for once – little does she know however, that when she makes a move on the ‘Hot Architect’ down the hall, that she’s really hitting on his twin brother! Unlike his uptight older brother, Sean is up for a good time – and he’ll do anything to get to know intriguing Danica just a little bit better. And the more he knows, the more he realizes he doesn’t want it to end with just one night.
I thought this one was great addition to the Wrong Bed series….though I thought Danica was a bit harsh with her lack of forgiveness and not taking responsibility for her own role in what happened. Sean told her who he was, he certainly gave her enough clues that all was not as it seemed, and she just didn’t want to believe him. She didn’t know ‘Hot Architect’ either, and she was just as willing to sleep with him – but the chemistry was so hot with Sean….that alone should have been a sign! Sure, she marked it sown to not being as open to the signs because of her engagement, but she really needed to take responsibility here and give poor Sean a break!
Once she lighten up, it was really a sweet little romance worthy of the Blaze Wrong Bed series….:)