I never should have gone commando in that dress.
I’m almost positive the rest of it wouldn’t have happened if I hadn’t been dangling off a hotel balcony with my lady parts in the breeze. And of course the one person to witness my mortification had to be HIM. Camden Cox.
Sure, today he’s gorgeous and wealthy, and fine, I can admit he has a great sense of humor. But once upon a time, he was the boy who loved to make my life miserable.
He no longer pulls my pigtails, but I know his type. He wants one thing, and one thing only. A chance to get in my pants.
Nope. Not happening. Not even with that sexy southern drawl.
But I’m Sophie Abbott, and if there’s one thing I’m good at, it’s making a mess.
Only this isn’t just a mess. It’s a disaster. A Sophie disaster.
Because after a wild night in Vegas, I wake up naked in his hotel room.
And I’m pretty sure we got married.
Marrying Mr. Wrong by Claire Kingsley is a romantic comedy. It’s the third book from the Dirty Martini Running Club series.
This one is about Sophie Abbott, one of the four girls, and Camden Cox, her childhood neighbor, and bully. They met after twenty years at the end of a horrible night where Sophie was running away from a handsy doctor and a strange couple, plus climbing from the second floor without wearing any panties with a breeze blowing away her dress. She accidentally gave him a nice show. Since he didn’t remember her she
thought that her embarrassment would end there. But boy she was wrong, they met again in Vegas where they got drunk and ended up married. It’s safe to say that her luck up to that point wasn’t the best. Instead of getting an instant divorce, they made a deal that would help both of them. While they stayed married they got to know each other and fell in love. Could a man who was so against marriage take the next step
with his childhood love interest?
It’s such a fun and cute story. The first chapter definitely gives you a taste of what’s to come. After that half the time I was laughing my ass off and the other half swooning over the romantic parts. The side story of Camden’s business was a nice touch. The characters were incredible. Sophie was one of the clumsiest people in the world. Not only did she manage to fall many times her luck was shitty as well. But she was also the kindest and most helpful girl you could ever meet. Camden was a southern gentleman
with commitment issues. I loved their interactions and they had amazing chemistry. One of my favorite scenes was the meeting of him and her dad, priceless.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I will rate it with 4 stars.