The Right Side of Mr Wrong by Jane Linfoot


One-off, moving on sex, wasn’t meant to be this hot…

When determined singleton Shea Summers is persuaded to become the “wife” of the Lord of Edgerton Manor, the last thing she wants to do is play house with a stranger.

Brooding playboy Brando Marshall is far from happy when Shea turns up at his sprawling estate with production crew in tow. Surely she’s just another woman after his wallet? And if she’s looking for Mr Right, she’s definitely hitting on the wrong guy. Then again, after catching an unscheduled glimpse of her knickers, perhaps Brando needs to teach this “gold-digger” a lesson!

She’s seizing the moment, he’s breaking the rules, and when bad boys can be so much fun, who can resist getting on the right side of Mr. Wrong…


*Book provided by author in exchange for an honest review*

Well let me start off by thanking Jane Linfoot for very kindly sending me The Right Side of Mr Wrong to review. I have enjoyed all her books immensely. 

First things first I have to comment on the fabulous cover - girls the SHOES!

This was such an entertaining read that grabs you from the very first page when you know you are going to love this book. Our two main characters are Shea (that rhymes with day) Summers and Brando Marshall who are thrown together by a stately home based reality show. Shea was instantly a likeable character; feisty, fun, intelligent and the handsome playboy Brando who we see another side to thanks to Shea.

While there is an immediate chemistry between the two of them with plenty of flirting and teasing, they both have a past and are trying to confront their issues. This is handled sensitively by Jane whose writing is very passionate and creates a very realistic atmosphere through the various scenes in the narrative.

This was an uplifting read that never really faltered - the pace was fast right from the start. If you love a romantic read then look no further this is the book for you!


Kind regards,

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