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The Right Wrong Turn

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Derek Owen has made a new life for himself in Austin after leaving his hometown of Cedar Bluff years before. In his rush to start over, he left behind his first and only love, Luke McLeod. He's moved up and moved on with a job at an accounting firm and a completely inappropriate relationship with his boss, Ben Dickson.

When Derek and Ben are caught in a compromising positio
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ebook, 1st Edition, 158 pages
Published November 6th 2011 by Amber Quill Press, LLC
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Cryselle
Dec 08, 2011 Cryselle rated it liked it
Shelves: m-m, amber-allure, jw
3.5

The narrator, Derek, has left his small town roots and his small town love, Luke, far behind in his search for success in the big city. He misplaces his sense of right and wrong intermittently; it disappears when his cock goes up and manifests when he's flaccid.

Derek's supervisor Ben, theoretically in a committed relationship, summons Derek frequently, in spite of their mutual protestations that they shouldn't be involved. Furtive blowjobs in dank supply closets do not a relationship make,
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Don Bradshaw
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This was a sweet "grass is always greener" story. Derek Owen fell in love with his best friend Luke McLeod back in high school but Derek hated the small town he grew up in and moved to Austin as soon as he was able to. His break up with Luke was a nasty one because Luke loved Cedar Bluff and dreamed of owning a ranch. Derek is now living in Austin and working for a prestigious accounting firm. Derek has his big city life but no one t
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John Ames
Nov 11, 2012 John Ames rated it really liked it
Derek Owen left his hometown of Cedar Bluff behind and not wanting to look back, but something did or someone kept him back, his first and true love, Luke McLeod. Over the years he tried to forget Luke’s precious memory and lost himself in the process. After having an affair with his boss and getting caught, Derek, is sent to audit a ranch near his hometown in order to cover up the whole thing up. This is where the story gets more interesting.

I liked Derek Owen. At first, I was on the fence with
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Arthur
Nov 09, 2011 Arthur rated it really liked it

This is a story about Derek, a Junior accountant that slept repeatedly with his boss, Ben, even knowing that Ben had a boyfriend. In the process, he was sent back to his small hometown to audit a big ranch there, where he met his former lover, Luke. No, Luke didn't work in the ranch where Derek was doing his auditing. Many years back, in high school, they both promised to go to college together as a couple, but Luke changed his mind and stayed to be a rancher. They broke up in bad terms. Now, th
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Meggie
Nov 06, 2011 Meggie rated it it was ok
There is something so off in this story, but I just don't know what. The start was okay, the reader starts to get a picture of what kind of a character Derek is. And even his affair with Ben can be taken as acceptable, no one is perfect, who wouldn't do it. But everything else just felt off. And his past story with his ex boyfriend Luke simply didn't ring right. The emotions were not real or even couldn't be felt. All male character felt wrong and shallow and really not interesting or pulling, t ...more
qx
May 24, 2012 qx rated it it was ok
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Jessa
Nov 06, 2011 Jessa rated it really liked it
Really liked this story, more like 4.5 stars, but they don't offer that option here. ;) I thought the characters were believable and well written. The story moved well and there was plenty of angst and drama to keep me turning the electronic page. :) I read this all in one day and I couldn't put it down.

The villians were also great!! I really didn't like Ben, but that just made me like Derek and Luke even more. Also, loved the sister character. Great as the voice of reason!
Anke
Nov 09, 2011 Anke rated it liked it
2.5*
jules0623
Cute but I would have liked to see more interaction with Luke rather than Ben. And the sister frigging annoyed me so much! I wanted to smack her by the end.
Gaa-chan
2.5 stars
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4 stars
Another great book by Heidi Champa!
If you are a fan of Heidi, you must read this book :)
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Heidi Champa is a typical last-born child. Snarky, attention-seeking and rebellious, she started to create dirty stories to keep herself out of real trouble. Having tried her hand at a million terrible jobs, she bought herself a laptop and finally started typing up those handwritten tales. After much deliberation, she started to let other people read her work.

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