Review: The Right Kind of Guy by Kerri-Leigh Grady
Romance novelist Kelsey Spencer doesn’t believe in love, and she's tired of faking her way through happily ever afters. Determined to change things up, she heads to the Las Vegas Romance Lovers Convention. But somewhere between half-naked cover models and hot Navy SEALs, Kelsey’s plans derail…
Especially once she meets über-fan Jasmine Grant…and Jasmine’s über-hot alphahole brother, Aaron.
Buttoned-up Aaron Grant never thought he’d find himself at a romance convention, but here he is, trying to convince his impulsive sister not to marry a beefcake cover model. His only hope is to enlist the aid of the cynical (and sexy) romance writer his sister worships.
After a sweltering jaunt around Vegas, some strange conference hijinks, and one outrageous proposal, Kelsey and Aaron are left questioning everything they know about romance and love…and if falling in love might just be worth the gamble.
It's an interesting read. i enjoyed the story and loved the characters. Kelsey is a romance writer who doesn't want to write romance. Aaron is a brother who wants his sister to stop believing in fairy tales. Together they both make quite a team. Jasmine is Kelsey's fan and she has decided to fall in love. Her brother wants to control her life along with her father but enough is enough so here she is... in love with a cover model.
Kelsey thinks that it's her responsibility to write what's real and romance novels are just fantasy. So when she finds out that one of her reader is most probably destroying her life because of romance novels she decides to help her brother. But what they both didn't consider is the attraction they feel for each other. Soon Jasmine's love life takes a back seat while Kelsey and Aaron explore their own romantic interlude.
It's quite funny story. I love the way author tells us a non-romantic romantic tale. It was cute, I enjoyed reading it and would definitely recommend to all romance lovers who will keep believing in the fantasy. ;)