Falling for Mr Wrong -Inara Scott

Looking for Mrs. Right…

Single father of three, Ross Bencher, knows the kind of woman he wants: someone predictable, reliable, and safe, who can give his kids the security they deserve. Someone entirely different from high-altitude mountaineer Kelsey. Kelsey bewitches him with her long legs and wild passion and is about as far from his ideal as a woman can get, but try telling that to his body. Or his heart…

Falling for Mr. Wrong…

When Kelsey agreed to fill in as a temporary nanny for her best friend’s agency before a big climbing expedition, she had no idea she’d be working for drop-dead sexy Ross Bencher, a man she can’t seem to keep her hands off. She knows if she wants to bring herself—and her father—back alive from the Himalayan Mountains, she can’t afford second-guessing, attachments, or distractions. But Ross’s blue eyes and strong hands leave her gasping…and questioning everything she’s ever known about love…

Although this is the third book in this series, and i havent read the first two this book can easily be read as a stand alone with no problems.

The two main characters couldnt be more opposite from each other, Ross is a divorced farther of three children, and he is no risk taker, he and his ex wife are really good friends which i found to be a great switch up to the norm where they are at each others throats throughout the book.

Kelsey is single, climbs mountains for fun, runs miles and miles up and down mountain trials and is very much a risk taker, Kelsey is not that interested in children.

Some how these two people work very well together! they do say opposites attract.

This story is a little different from the norm where it is usually the guy that takes all the risks i liked that about this book. The plot was engaging and held you captive in the book until the very end. There isnt any really sexy scenes for this couple and there not setting the world on fire with huge amounts of chemistry, but over all i liked it.

Falling for Mr wrong is a easy read that flows well the characters are well developed, a great book to pass a few hours.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *