Right Name, Wrong Man
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Right Name, Wrong Man

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A romantic comedy novel set in France:

What’s a girl to do when she whispers another man’s name in her fianceé’s arms?
When forbidden dreams about the sexy French Dr. Yves Malroux assail her at every turn, Mary-Beth puts her wedding plans on hold. The man would probably not even remember the plump nerd she was three years ago before she lost her illusions faster than her po...more
Kindle Edition, 194 pages
Published November 6th 2011
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Mimi Barbour
What an easy book to read, The story flowed as we learn about why, after a night of love-making, Dr Mary-Beth whispers another man's name to her fiancé. The other man is a famous French physician who offers residencies in his French hospital that includes occupancy at his beautiful chateau, Marancourt. Seeing as how their one unforgettable night years before has haunted Mary-Beth, she decides that to move forward she needs to step back. Her ambitious, older fiancé is all for her getting this won...more
This is a fun and quick read that I picked up as part of a box set. I've always loved medical romances, so a box set all about Doctors? I'm totally in!

This is actually one of my favourites from the set. The story is sweet and the characters are easy to relate to. The story is fairly unoriginal, but this type of comfortable story was just what I needed at the time. Normally, I'm not really into second chance romance, but this story is just the perfect amount of comfort and sweetness. I couldn't h...more
A very enjoyable read. Though medical romances are not my most favored sub-genre I enjoyed this one. It was a heartwarming story-the separation and then meeting up again of the lovers not a conflagration- more of a slow burn. Mona Risk takes the reader into the environment of the hero, Yves the French Count. What more could Mary-beth want? She progresses her career, and her love life, in the French countryside. Mary-Beth might have whispered the wrong name to her former lover but she knew who sh...more
jackie frye
Chubby medical student, Mary Beth, falls in love with handsome French surgeon, Yves; they have a one night stand, he goes back to France, her heart is broken. Fast forward 3 years – she has lost the excess weight, is engaged to the chief of surgery and realizes she still loves her French surgeon. Mary Beth accepts a summer surgical residence at Yves’ hospital hoping she will realize she does not love him. Needless to say, things do not go as she planned. Although the outcome was predictable I en...more
Be safe or take a chance? We'e all come to this particular crossroads before. Right Name, Wrong Man takes us on a journey through surgeries, clinics, wineries, French chateaus, and Paris. MaryBeth questions whether duty and obligation are enough for her; sexy Yves wonders if he can truly love again. Emotionally satisfying and great scenery to boot.
Love how this story unfolds! Mary-Beth tries to convince herself she wants a 'reliable, steady man' only to come face to face with the man she truly loves. I enjoyed the angst on both sides; Yves has been scarred by his past AND the relationship history in his ancestors. And LOVED Hubert the butler's side story! Very well done, Mona!
Shelly Bell
I'm not a huge reader of category romance and this is definitely a category romance. It has a Harlequin feel, especially with the foreign locale. It was a quick and enjoyable read.
This review will appear on spunkybean.com on July 9, 2012.
Louise Cusack
Great sexy premise but the sexual interactions between the two characters were a bit 'old-school romance novel' for me. Still, those who like an obscenely rich, gorgeous French surgeon as a hero will be well pleased!
Its not that I didn't like this, I just didn't love it. It was ok. The characters were ok. I didn't feel a connection to either of them. In fact my favorite character would have to be Hubert, the butler.
Karen Luellen
Sweet, romantic book. This was a great way to pass the evenings while my husband was out of town for a couple nights! Made me crave his return all the more--if that was possible!
Free Kindle ebook. A cute quick read.
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In a past life, Mona Risk was a chemist who mixed solutions, dipped her gloved fingers in dirty waste, and ran complicated equipment in order to declare drinking water safe for consumption.
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