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Wrong Man, Right Kiss by Red Garnier



Reviewed by Nancy Crocker

Wrong Man, Right KissThis is my first time reading a book from this author and I was not disappointed at all.  It had in my opinion the perfect mixture of friendship, attraction, humor and passion, with a little misunderstanding thrown in.

Sister’s Molly and Kate Devaney were raised in the Gage household after their father was killed protecting Garrett Gage and his father. At the age of 3 little Molly Devaney and Julian Gage become fast friends and are inseparable. There is an adorable part to this story of when they first meet … just precious. But the family warns Julian and that Kate and Molly are to be treated like sisters.  But reading this story you learn how they truly are the very best of friends.

After Molly is kissed at a Masquerade Party, she mistakenly thinks it is Garrett that has kissed her and enlists her best friend in the world “Julian” to help make Garrett jealous.  And so starts the fun with these two, between text message and fake kisses that are real it hit all the right notes with this reader.

Julian has been in love with Molly for what seems like forever. Since he has been warned not to get involved with her, he has become something of a playboy. But the only woman he has ever really wanted was Molly.  He is tired of having other people tell him what he can and cannot do.


I loved both of the main characters in this story. It had me laughing, crying, and going aaaahhh. I loved how the first time together was handled. I thought the passionate scenes were well written. I enjoyed this book so much I have already gone back and downloaded the previous book in the series titled “Paper Marriage Proposition” I cannot wait for the third book in the series to come out.

There were so many funny lines in this story. This is just one of many.

“So! Are you two finished in here – or do we have to call the fire department?”


5/5 stars


I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.