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Writing Mr. Right by Michaela Wright

 
 

February 13, 2017

 

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Jeri’s Book Attic

 
 

 

 

Title :              Writing Mr. Right

Author :           Michaela Wright

Series :            n/a

Release date :   August 28th 2015

Rating :           4 Stars

 

 

Blurb : #1 Bestseller in British Contemporary Fiction

 

What would you do if every word you wrote came true? That’s Georgia’s blessing – or curse. Ever since she was little, if Georgia Kilduff wrote a wish on paper, that wish would come true. Except for one – Georgia can’t seem to write her Happily Ever After. Now a successful romance novelist, Georgia travels the world signing copies of her novels for avid fans of her main character – ‘the perfect man,’ Douglas MacCready. Get in line, ladies. Georgia loves him too. If only he really existed. When she meets Garrett MacCauley – a charming book store owner in Inverness – Georgia is startled by some striking similarities, from his middle name to a scar on his right hand. Hell, he even shags like him! But Douglas MacCready can’t be real. He’s just a character in her book, right? Or has Georgia carried him with her all along? A story of love and destiny, WRITING MR. RIGHT shows the magic of true love, the mischief of fate, and reminds us all that when two people are meant to be together, nothing can keep them apart.

 

Review : Somewhere between a written fairytale and a contemporary romance novel – that is where you will find “Writing Mr. Right” by Michaela Wright. In a beautiful setting the author created a plot that was easy enough to get lost in and engaging enough to keep on sucking the reader into it. I felt myself longing for a deep breath in a tiny old English Bookstore. Goosebumps running along my arms while I thought of that Scottish Charm mixed with the smell of an old novel. Beautiful written

 

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