Slick’s Review – Falling for Mr. Wright (Bachelors in Suits #1) by Robyn Neeley

A bit of holiday magic and some good old fashioned wooing made Falling For Mr. Wright a sweet holiday story. ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures

Blurb:
After being dumped two weeks before his wedding, civil engineer Ryan Wright’s not interested in love. Been there, done that, had the wedding deposits to prove it. Still, he can’t help lusting after the fiery redheaded executive assistant who’s stirring up feelings that aren’t exactly appropriate for the office.

Sarah Leonard is determined to make the CEO fall in love with her. To execute her plan, she’s going to need a little help in the form of her lunch buddy, the 6’2” office hottie who just so happens to be their boss’s best friend. Who better to tell Sarah everything she needs to know to win the other man’s heart?

Ryan agrees to help Sarah put her plan in motion, but he has no intention of helping her win anything. In fact, it’s time to show his office crush that he’s the guy she should be falling for…


In Falling For Mr. Wright the heroine enlists the help of her best friend (and for lack of a better phrase work husband) to help her land his best friend, her boss, and the CEO of the company they work for and in doing so begins to realize every single wonderful think about her friend causing her quite the conundrum. This was a wonderfully sweet holiday story of two people finding one another when they least expect it.

Sarah Leonard is on a mission to win the heart of her boss by Christmas and enlists the aid of her friend and her boss’s best friend, Ryan Wright who secretly is interested in Sarah but has stayed away since he knows she’s a forever kind of girl and he is not interested in a relationship. I’ll admit there were so many times in this book I was screaming at Ryan to just admit he wanted her to just shut up and kiss her because I could feel how much helping her with her mission to get Logan was killing him. Sarah was a bit crazy and a tad clueless, but I admire the fact she was ready to have a relationship and was willing to go after the man she wanted even if over time her idea of the perfect man changed.

Each moment they spent together, each little piece of their lives they unveiled to one another had them feeling much more than either one was willing to admit. It was fun watching them fall in love and the bit of help they got from Logan when he realized something was building between them as well as some other special friends.

A bit of holiday magic and some good old fashioned wooing made Falling For Mr. Wright a sweet holiday story.

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