The Right Side of Wrong by Prescott Lane is a billionaire, suspenseful, silly parent-type romance. At first, I thought it would be a playoff Pretty Woman, but that’s not really where it went, and I was pleased with that.
What I liked:
I thought the flow was good; the characters kept my interest. I always love a single-parent trope, so that always gets me. I’d also say it’s insta-love.
I enjoyed Paige’s character. I thought her representation as a mother was spot on.
What I didn’t like as much:
Slade’s personality, in the beginning, flipped back and forth a lot. I would have preferred him started out as an asshole consistently and then been more conflicted before he comes around or been more empathetic and conflicted, but the author brings him through.
I enjoyed the book. It’s an easy read, not too angsty, a bit of suspense, and a twist I didn’t see coming, no cliffhanger.