ARC Review: Finding Mr. Wrong by Charlie Cochet

Posted August 31, 2017 by Annie in Reviews / 5 Comments

I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
ARC Review: Finding Mr. Wrong by Charlie Cochet
Finding Mr. Wrong
by Charlie Cochet

3.5 Stars

BOOK INFO


Released: September 1st 2017
Published by Dreamspinner Press
Pages: 218
Format: eARC
 

“In this opposites attract story, you’ll find a lot of characteristics of Cochet signature style. I look forward to seeing if a series will come from this.”
~ Under the Covers

Charlie Cochet is always a must-read for me so when I saw this book, I jumped on it. This is a standalone Contemporary, which is something that this author is different from what she is known for, so I was eager to try it.

This book definitely had a different feel to it. The character’s narration isn’t as upbeat or bouncy. Their personalities are a bit different from one another so I had to get used to that. I usually look forward to a lot of cute banter between the two main characters and while we get that from Jax and Matthew, it’s not the focal point of this book.

The romance is pleasant between the two. There’s a touch of seriousness surrounding this entire book. I would say a little bit of angst as well, but it isn’t too deep where you feel like you are drowning.

In this opposites attract story, you’ll find a lot of characteristics of Cochet signature style. I look forward to seeing if a series will come from this.

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About Charlie Cochet

m/m Romance author by day, artist by night, Charlie Cochet is quick to succumb to the whispers of her wayward muse. From Historical to Fantasy, Contemporary to Science Fiction, no star is out of reach when following her passion. From hardboiled detectives and society gentleman, to angels and elves, there’s bound to be plenty of mischief for her heroes to find themselves in, and plenty of romance, too!

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I’m an obsessive makeup junkie and a compulsive reader. I like to call Under the Covers Book Blog my stomping ground, but when I’m not talking about books with my girls, I write New Adult Dystopian and Contemporary Romance under the pen name Ana Jolene (http://www.anajolene.com). I also work as a virtual assistant for authors. You also can find me as a reviewer and columnist for FreshFiction.com.

When it comes to books I’m pretty adventurous. I read everything from Paranormal Romance to Urban Fantasy, New Adult, BDSM, LGBT fiction, Cozy Mysteries and even YA. If it’s got the littlest trace of romance in it, then I’ll probably read it. That being said, my all-time favorite authors are J.R. Ward and Karen Marie Moning.

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Adding to my wishlist.

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Elizabeth

Thanks for the review.

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Darynda Jones

I have not read Miss Cochet before. I’ll check her out. Thanks for the review!

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Good review Annie,shared on my socials!!

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Annie, I love your reviews. But, when you say that the romance was “pleasant”, I’m hearing “bor-ring!” in a polite way. Charlie’s books that I’ve read (so far I’m early in her Thirds series) seem light&fluffy, with a tad of drama or action tossed in, but the romances are typically fun. So “pleasant” stuck out to me, as a cynical, somewhat persnickety old(er) fan of erotic PNR. “Pleasant” romance sounds like a teeny-bopper type of “sweet” romance, sans sex, sans anything remotely exciting. I hope I’m wrong, for Ms. Cochet’s sake. I never planned on reading this one anyway, because… Read more »