Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Wrong Number, Right Guy: Elle Casey

**ARC copy provided by author via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.**

Elle Casey is officially one of my favorite authors. I've read two other books of hers and this one was just as good. With a strong and fierce heroine, a badass hero, and plenty of witty comebacks, this one ranks five stars in my book.

May Wexler (our heroic female lead) is tiny, but takes no shit. She was a bucket of fun. I loved that even though she accidentally got into something way over her head, she faced it head-on. She retained her independence even though an over-protective guy basically put her on house arrest (in his house) and didn't let her do anything. 

After she joins Ozzie's private security firm, it was nothing but laughs. Her job includes sneak attacks, tasering (yes you read that right)

and beating someone with a single stick. And these situations were all hilarious. I was almost crying from laughing so hard after the taser incident.

And then there is Ozzie (our dashing male lead) who was adorable. He was this giant guy who had incredible muscle definition, based on the descriptions, and who wasn't afraid to throw a few punches. Yet underneath he was a giant teddy bear. 

Although there were some aspects about this book that were pretty unbelievable, it was just a fun read. And as long as you don't take it too seriously, I can almost guarantee you will enjoy it. It was a medium length read, so it might take you more than one sitting. 

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