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Chasing Mr. Wrong (Chasing Love Series Book 4) by [Ryan, Joya]
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3.9 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1141 KB
  • Print Length: 190 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1943892482
  • Publisher: Entangled: Brazen (7 Sept. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B013P2ERXK
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #34,906 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4 - "Duck me like you mean it." Stars!

I think there is one thing that without doubt Joya Ryan excels at, and that is writing varied and plentiful sexy-times with her couples. The Chasing Love series has certainly highlighted this and Chasing Mr. Wrong offers up plenty of energetic and diverse sexy situations between Ryder Diamond and Whitney James to keep the book interesting and the story moving along at a steady pace.

The dynamic between this couple was a sort of opposites attract type situation, Ryder being known and loved around town can’t deny the pull of attraction between him and drifter Whitney, and after what he thought was meant to be just one night turns out to have potential to be more, he struggles to find balance.

Giving in to the wild was a bad idea.

Whitney likes the Ryder that comes out to play in private, the politically correct version that he puts on for everyone else, because he believes that how they actually perceive him, just makes her push at him until the dirty talking, dirty doin’ Ryder comes back into play.

”I’ve never had a woman put a condom on me with her mouth before.”

I really like this series, each and every character so far has had a little something about them that makes you as a reader enjoy their journeys, there’s a little drama in this one, but I think the author balanced it out perfectly, and it added to rather than detracted from the story being told.

”I never liked being caught until I met you.”

ARC generously provided via Entangled, in exchange for the above honest review.
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Chasing Mr. Wrong is a fairly short read but I enjoyed the characters and there were definitely some sexy scenes :) Ryder Diamond has some control issues. He’s related to the founders of the town and runs Diamond Construction so in the past he’s had to deal with women only wanting him for his money, one of whom broke his heart. So his friend sets him up on a blind date. Only, Ryder has no idea who she is (hence “blind” date) and ends up meeting Whitney instead of his designated girl. Their chemistry is off the wall and Ryder has a one-night stand, thinking he’ll never see her again. Until he finds out she’s in town for the summer.

I wasn’t so sure about Ryder to start with. I loved how he was with Whitney on the date – sexy, funny, teasing – but the moment he realised Whitney was staying in town for a while he freaked out and shut down. He was so concerned about being out of control that he was pretty rude to Whitney, determined not to fall for her. Whitney on the other hand I liked from the beginning. She pushes Ryder out of his comfort zone but wasn’t at all abrasive in the way she did it – instead she was pretty sweet under her wild exterior.

Chasing Mr. Wrong is a book where the two main characters are extremely attracted to each other but neither wants a relationship… until they start to develop feelings for one another. However, as well as the chemistry that they have from day one, Ryder and Whitney talk a lot and develop genuine feelings. Despite both of their thoughts on relationships Ryder and Whitney spend time together and slowly fall in love.

I have to admit that Chasing Mr. Wrong was kind of cliche.
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Ryder Diamond (love the name by the way) is a man that likes order in his life, he has learnt from past mistakes.
I wasn’t sure what to expect from him, I was a little worried that he was a little too straight laced, to uptight but I was mistaken because once his motor was running he was a force to be reckoned with.
It didn’t take long for him to find the right woman to start his engine!
Whitney was building herself back up after the death of her sister, he had taken a good hard look at her life and decided to take a leaf out of her sisters book and stop being so contained, it’s time to cut loose.
So on her travels she is doing what she can to make her way around, so a quick stop in Diamond is next on her agenda.
What wasn’t on her agenda was the enigmatic Ryder
But they get off to an explosive start and it never really looked back, they were both just looking for a means of fulfilment, nothing serious but isn’t that often the case… you get what you need and not what you want!
It is not all easy, they have their ups and downs so to speak. And I have to say the author was ultra-creative with her descriptive tones and colourful situations.
This is a standalone and it does read well in its own right but reading the other books in the series would give more details of the other characters that appear in the book.
I enjoyed the story – especially Ryder, I liked the connection between him and Whitney, the fact that she knew just what buttons to push to flip his world on its head!
I think if I had one wish though it would be that the book was just a little bit longer. I missed some background – especially with Whitney.
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This has been a great series, with each set of characters per book, having their own dynamic, their own uniqueness, which helps to meld the inhabitants of Diamond together.

Ryder Diamond is a man in control. He has big responsibilities, and has earnt his reputation. So much time being invested in work, finds Ryder severely deficient in the romance department. Out of the goodness of their hearts, Ryder’s pals think he has more than earn’t some down time, and set him up on a blind date.

Whitney James finds herself in the little town of Diamond, as she weedles her way from state to state. Meandering around a pool table, her luck is definitely looking up, given the fine specimen she falls upon. Contemplation doesn’t come into it, when you are being lured, and Ryder Diamond has an appeal that few women can resist.

A fumble in a small, dark place kicks off the beginning of a mutual attraction that Ryder battles with. I loved how this character struggled to maintain control around Whitney. He was a great talker, even surprising himself, but was constantly attempting to stay on the straight and narrow, given his previous experiences.

Whitney was a breath of fresh air. Her nomad lifestyle was also driven by ghosts in her past, that she anticipated would reoccur. But in the meantime, she was going to have fun..and watching her draw the wild and wanton side out of Ryder was an absolute treat.

Joya’s ability to create such a great cast of characters is to be applauded, and each book in the series has helped to build a great storyline.

ARC kindly received from Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review
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