Right Kind Of Wrong – Chelsea Fine


I was so excited when Amazon’s email alerted me that this book had been delivered to my Kindle! I mean, probably too excited- at least according to my husband. (But I know there is no such thing as being too excited for a book. Preposterous!)

So here the blurb for The Right Kind of Wrong by Chelsea Fine:
Jenna Lacombe needs complete control, whether it’s in the streets . . . or between the sheets. So when she sets out on a solo road trip to visit her family in New Orleans, she’s beyond annoyed that the infuriatingly sexy Jack Oliver wants to hitch a ride with her. Ever since they shared a wild night together last year, he’s been trying to strip away her defenses one by one. He claims he’s just coming along to keep her safe-but what’s not safe for her is prolonged exposure to the tattooed hottie.

Jack can’t get Jenna out from under his skin. She makes him feel alive again after his old life nearly destroyed him-and losing her is not an option. Now Jack’s troubles are catching up to him, and he’s forced to return to his hometown in Louisiana. But when his secrets put them both in harm’s way, Jenna will have to figure out how far she’s willing to let love in . . . and how much she already has.


Don’t you just already love it? Like from the description alone, I’m already in love. Seriously, I saw that Jenna was getting her own story and I may have squealed. I love Jenna. She is, like, the best friend I always wanted. She’s badass, honest and always gives good advice. She’s an excellent friend. And she’s super cool! Like I wish she was real and in my life. We would be SuperBFFLS forevah! (Yep, that even required the stupid spelling of “forever”)


Jenna is a wonderful character. I absolutely loved getting to know her. She’s cautious in love and so she resists her connection with Jack, but it’s there. She has daddy issues… well, I guess maybe they’re mommy issues because she’s worried she’ll turn out like her mom and never achieve her dreams if she falls in love. But that doesn’t mean she can stop herself from falling in love.

Enter Jack Oliver.

Tattooed, tall and sexy as sin. He’s sweet and charming and always knows the right thing to say it seems. Jenna and he have been close for a while now, and when the novel begins they’ve hooked up once in the past. Jenna ignores the issue, but Jack doesn’t want to. He knows what he’s feeling for Jenna and he’s made up his mind that he freaking wants her.
Jenna is planning to leave town and drive home to New Orleans to visit her grandmother who is convinced she’s dying. Jack receives a phone call at the same time that his brother is in trouble and he needs to get home right away. So he weasels his way into Jenna’s car and on her road trip.
Jack has a mysterious past though, and Jenna soon finds out that the carefree, happy go lucky personality she’s always attributed to Jack might not be the only side to him. No, there’s a much darker side that she begins to discover when they take a road trip back home to Louisiana together.

I fell for Jack. He’s sweet and charming. He’s a protector. He cares about his family. He would do anything for the people he loves. He is the kind of guy every girl wants. Oh and it doesn’t hurt that he’s super, super delicious.


For reals y’all this is not a story to miss! It’s a wonderful mixture of humor, drama, romance and action. It will keep you on the edge or your seat wondering what happens next and it will make you swoon in envy of some of the romantic things. Chelsea Fine has a true, true gift. I will forever read any and everything that she writes and you should too!


The Best Kind of Broken by Chelsea Fine

The first book I picked up by Chelsea Fine was Anew, book one of the Archers of Avalon Series. I blew through that series pretty quickly, loving every single moment of it and as soon as I finished, I picked up Sophie and Carter and fell in love all over again.
The thing about Chelsea Fine is that she creates characters that are so perfectly flawed and real. You connect with them, care for them and when the book ends, you miss them dearly, like you would a friend. And it’s not just the primary characters that are so easy to love, it’s everyone.
There are many wonderful, wonderful authors that write amazing books that I can’t put down, but Chelsea Fine has a way of creating characters that for me, is unparalleled.

The Best Kind of Broken is no exception.
Pixie is not perfect, she’s scared of getting close to anyone and she can’t forgive herself for something that happened a year ago and though tragedy haunts her and even at times suffocates her, she’s constantly making you smile with her quick wit and quirky personality. I love her.
Levi is hot and sexy and a complete pain in the ass, but there’s more to him than meets the eye. He’s in love with girl who he sure can only hate him, after all he blames himself for very tragedy that haunts her. I love him.
This book is their story and it is not one you want to miss. The way they navigate their issues and personal tragedies and honest to God love for one another is simply beautiful.

While I’m excited for the next book in the series, which will focus on two different characters, I really cannot imagine loving a pair as much as I love Pixie and Levi. (Though, let’s face it, I felt the same way about Sophie and Carter and Tristan and Scarlett.)