Review: The Wrong Brother

Title: The Wrong Brother
Author: Bree Wolf
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Planform
Release Date: March 2016
Series?: Forbidden Love Novella #1
Genre: Historical Romance

She gave him her hand in marriage.
Her heart, however, was stolen by his brother.

Despite her parents’ deep love for one another, Isabella Carrington has always favoured her mind over her heart.
Meeting Charles Dashwood, she quickly decides that he is the one for her. After all, he has all the qualities she appreciates in a man; he is kind, honest, and most of all dependable.

At least until her wedding day, when Isabella suddenly desires someone entirely different, or doesn’t she?

In the very moment, Isabella whispers her ‘I do’, her eyes catch the glimpse of another man. A man whose eyes look unnervingly familiar, and yet stir a longing within her heart and soul she has never known.

Just as she gives her hand to Charles Dashwood, her heart is stolen by none other than her husband’s notorious twin, Robert.

When mind and heart do not go hand in hand, can there be a happily ever after?

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Isabella Carrington is a smart woman who is on the verge of moving forward in her relationship with Charles Dashwood, a man who respects her intelligence. He’s a steady and honest man. But then there’s a snag in all of that. There is no attraction. She can grow into love through the years, right?

The story is built on insta-love. The two fall in love at first sight. After taking her vows, she spots her “true” love…her husband’s brother, Robert, and the pair sneak around behind Charles’ back.

This novella was a quick read being a novella. It fell a little flat of a regency romance, lacking more of the historical background and subplots. It was clean and simple. Everything tied up with a nice, neat bow at the end that didn’t really make sense. Overall, outlandish and ridiculous.

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