The Wrong Man by Lane HayesThe Wrong Man by Lane Hayes

The Wrong Man

byLane Hayes

Paperback | February 6, 2015

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A Right and Wrong Story

Successful owner of an upscale boutique in fabulous West Hollywood, Brandon Good swears by his personal edict to "live in the present." After a bad breakup, he agrees to dog-sit to keep his mind off his ex. Never did he expect the dog to belong to a man from his past, the only man to ever truly break his heart.

When Jake Westley relocates to join the WeHo fire department, the last thing he anticipates is reuniting with his secret high school love. Thrilled with the prospect of reconnecting with Bran, Jake feels no guilt in using his charming old dog as an unwitting matchmaker. As he and Bran rekindle their friendship, it becomes clear the intense attraction they once felt is stronger than ever. But as hard as they try to leave the past behind, painful memories resurface. Bran will have to confront his fears and consider the possibility that the man he swore was absolutely the wrong one might be perfect after all.

Title:The Wrong ManFormat:PaperbackDimensions:220 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.46 inPublished:February 6, 2015Publisher:Dreamspinner PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1632167816

ISBN - 13:9781632167811

Reviews

Rated 2 out of 5 by from 2.5 stars. This really just didn't do it for me. I started off enjoying it, but as the story progress, my interest waned. The MCs are pretty 2D, the dog has more personality than the two of them combined. I would have probably rather had more of a slow burn, as opposed to "true we might go on dates, sleep together, have more than platonic feelings for each other, and I gave him the key to my house...but he's not my boyfriend" for 3/4 of the book. And for someone who claims they live in the present (and states this countless times throughout the book), not the past, Brandon sure does let the past control his view on relationships....just sayin'.
Date published: 2017-03-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 2.5 stars. This really just didn't do it for me. I started off enjoying it, but as the story progress, my interest waned. The MCs are pretty 2D, the dog has more personality than the two of them combined. I would have probably rather had more of a slow burn, as opposed to "true we might go on dates, sleep together, have more than platonic feelings for each other, and I gave him the key to my house...but he's not my boyfriend" for 3/4 of the book. And for someone who claims they live in the present (and states this countless times throughout the book), not the past, Brandon sure does let the past control his view on relationships....just sayin'.
Date published: 2017-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What if Mr Wrong were really Mr Right? This book is about Brandon Good and Jake Westley. They have a history that goes back to high school when experimenting and being cool was the thing to do. Now, can you risk that kind of rejection again? Brandon has a policy against even talking or being friends with his exes. Then there is the cute dog factor. Mack is amazing to take care of. Sweet as ever, and needs both Jake and Bran. Jake is basically hot and sweet as well. Bran is having a hard time saying no to him. Before they know it - they are friends again. Whatever was in the past can stay there. Or will it? Can Brandon get past the pain that still haunts him? Is there really joy in giving love a second chance? I found this book to be delightful! It has excellent character development and moves right along at a good pace. The honesty and real life experiences make this book a god reference on how to love someone. Sound advice is always welcome! Brandon and Jake try to mix lives and love with their careers, friends, and the ever loveable Mack. Where most books get sappy about second chances, I found this story to be moving and realistic.
Date published: 2015-04-15