Got A Right to be Wrong by K.L. BradyBy Sharel Gordon-Love • Mar 5th, 2012 • Category: Book Review 2012 • Email This Post • Print This Post
Got A Right to be Wrong by K.L. Brady
Heading: Two Wrongs Just May Make it Right
What would you do if weeks before your wedding, secrets and life-changing things come out in the open and you want to exact things according to how you feel? Loving that man has nothing to do with what you have to deal with in addition to the pressure of preparing for the wedding of your dreams. In Author K. L. Brady’s Got A Right to be Wrong, Charisse Tyson has a lot to contend with and some serious decisions to make.
All of her life, Charisse viewed her father as a deadbeat who did not want anything to do with her, but with him showing up for her wedding, he did not disappoint by bringing something extra with him. It did not help that Charisse’s husband-to-be wanted her father there, but since he had some unexpected secrets of his own to show up from his past, Kevin realized he had to do something to fix everything or the wedding would be over before it started.
Will Charisse and Kevin make it down the aisle, or will the secrets that revealed more than most people could stand, ruin their love forever?
I enjoyed reading Got A Right to be Wrong because it shares with readers how secrets can change the course of lives and do damage that cannot be reversed. I recommend this book to anyone who loves romance and family drama.
This book was provided to me courtesy of the publisher for review purposes.
Review by Sharel E. Gordon-Love
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Sharel Gordon-Love is a single mother of three grown sons and one adoptive daughter, and the author of When He Calls, a Christian Fiction novel. An avid reader since the age of five, Sharel has a passion for the written word and what can be done with it. Sharel finds a way to share the written word through children and women's ministries; she is a licensed Evangelist Missionary in the Church of God in Christ.
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