Monday, 25 November 2013

Review: Wild for Mr. Wrong by Virna DePaul

Can an uptight prosecutor and a laid-back defense attorney find love despite their opposing agendas?

Bryn Donovon became a prosecutor for a reason and defense attorney Daniel Mays seems to take his job about as seriously as he does his love life. While straight-laced Bryn can't deny she's attracted to the southern charmer, she's determined to keep her distance. Instead, she ends up finding something she'd lost long ago--a willingness to risk all for love.

Kindle Edition, 83 pages
Published March 14th 2011      

Terri's Review

This story was one of the stories featured in the He's Irresistible compilation that I had secured via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

I have to admit that This was my least favorite of the three stories yet that does not mean I did not enjoy it.  Perhaps due to its short length I felt that it lacked some character development.  I do however feel that there was great potential particularly with Bryn.  She obviously had some issues from her past that required some attention and this could have been explored further.  Daniel on the other hand was perfect as the male in these types of stories usually are.

This book was steamy.  There was sexual chemistry between the characters from the get go and the reader was not left disappointed when they finally succumbed to their attraction.  I only wish I could have spent longer within the story.  I will admit that this read got me through a workout on the treadmill in one session.

While this read will not go down as one of my all time favorites it was a nice interlude nonetheless.

About the Author

A former prosecutor, Virna DePaul writes "heat, heart, & HEA" for Harlequin and Random House. She is also a bestselling Indie author, with Bedding The Wrong Brother being a top 100 contemporary romance on Amazon with over 150 5* reviews.

Twitter:  virnadepaul


  1. I really dislike the cover, but it sounds like a well-written, sexy book! I understand what you mean about the short length though - sometimes it makes me feel as though I don't have enough time to get fully invested in the story, you know?

  2. Thanks for reviewing Wild For Mr. Wrong. I'm glad you enjoyed it! :)