Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase after clicking those links, I will receive a small commission from the sale at no extra cost to you.
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Falling For Mr. Wrong (Bencher Family, #3) by Inara Scott
Published by Entangled: Indulgence on November 11, 2013
Genres: Adult Fiction, Contemporary, Romance
Format: ARC (246 pages)
Purchase: Amazon • IndieBound
Add Book: Goodreads • Bookhype
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...
Falling For Mr. Wrong is another enjoyable romance in this series! This time we’re following Ross, who is now a divorced father of three, and Kelsey, the new babysitter. Oh yes, this is a sleeping with the babysitter romance! Well, it’s more than that because Ross and Kelsey had met three years prior and had a wild one-night stand. However, Ross knows Kelsey is all wrong for him. She’s a mountaineer, and he needs someone less adventurous to avoid another disastrous relationship. Too bad he can’t keep his hands off her.
I did really enjoyed Falling For Mr. Wrong, but it felt really long. I finished it quickly, because in reality it’s short. But I felt like it was taking forever and as if more and more plot points kept getting added. It started off great with the one-night stand reunion, and Ross trying to convince himself that he can’t date a risk taker like Kelsey. Then Ross’s career woes are added on, and Kelsey’s upcoming excursion, and then her relationship with her father, and then Ross’s family shows up. And it just kept going and going. I still enjoyed it overall, but it could have been more concise.