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The Wright One

(Wright Love Duet #2)

4.15  ·  Rating details ·  1,610 ratings  ·  229 reviews
Miałam cudowne życie, dopóki mój mąż nagle nie umarł. Nigdy sobie nie wyobrażałam, że będę samotną matką i wdową. Kiedy w moim życiu pojawia się David Calloway, nie mam w sercu miejsca na uczucie. Ale on postanawia być wobec mnie delikatny i troskliwy. Czyżby to była prawdziwa miłość? Jestem gotowa oddać mu serce. A on? Ale wokół mnie zaczynają mnożyć się sekrety. Mój świa ...more
Published May 29th 2018 by K.A. Linde Inc.
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May 22, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2018-four-stars
4 stars!

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After finishing The Wright Love, I couldn’t get my hands on The Wright One fast enough! Thankfully, the wait wasn’t long. Things with Sutton and David were going great, but at the end of the book, they exploded a bit. I couldn’t wait to see how it would get worked out.
“Would you believe me if I said that I never wanted this to happen?”
“Yes, but that doesn’t change anything.

The beginning of this book focused on explaining the bomb that was dropped at the end of the first book. T
Pavlina Read more sleep less blog
<3 4- 4,5 STARS <3

We finally have the conclusion to David and Sutton's story, and it has all the feels!The Wright One was one of my most anticipated books, I needed to know what will happen after the ending of the first book!I was anxious and nervous to see how things will work for Sutton and David!

They frustrate me a lot, especially Sutton but in a good way!David is the perfect man for Sutton, he wanted her and he would do anything to get her back!I love their romance a lot, it has everything I
May 24, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2018, arc, angst
3.5 stars.

This is the second and final book in Sutton and David's story and I was anxiously waiting it's arrival since the 'holy shit' ending in the previous book. While I did enjoy reading more about them and I absolutely loved that ending, I don't know if we necessarily needed this book to have their HEA? I feel like it could've happened in one book.

Aside from that this was a cute read. I'm thinking that there's going to be more books in the Wright series and I'm so excited!

An arc was prov
May 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Absorbing, passionate, and angsty!

The Wright One is a heartwarming tale that picks up right where The Wright Love left off, taking us back to Lubbock, Texas where secrets have been unearthed, relationships strained, and forgiveness, grief, and family are still huge hurdles for David and Sutton to face.

The writing is smooth and emotive. The characters are patient, hesitant, committed, and determined. And the plot is an alluring mix of understanding, frustration, compassion, attraction, parenthood
“Thank you for being my joy when I needed it most.”

It’s HERE! This amazing, beautiful, and emotional duet is complete! THE WRIGHT ONE, the epic finale of K.A. Linde’s Wright Love Duet, gives us the happily ever after that Sutton and David truly deserves. Linde pulls no punches when it comes to the emotional impact this will have on your mind, body, and soul. After completely devouring the first book, I was left with my heart shattered in my hands. With book two, the author took my shattered
TJ *Book Twins Reviews*
And it all comes to an end...

I've really enjoyed getting to know The Wright over the past year. This duet in particular was one of my most anticipated reads of the year! Sutton and David were so meant to be!

Here's what I loved:
David. I could literally go on and on about how perfect he is and how much I want to want to have his babies, but inevitably someone will point out that he's a fictional character and rain on my parade! LOL That doesn't change the fact that he's EVERYTHING. Sweet, sexy, we
Rosa Sharon (iScream Book Blog)

"Everything with you is more than just a just."

The Wright One picked right up as if I'd just turned the next page. But I have to give the author credit for the nice cliffhanger ending in the previous book. It kept me excited to get to the next one. I was really intrigued by David's big secret and wanted to know more about the details that he risked everything to keep hidden. But at the same time, disclosing it could be risking everything too. I can kinda see his dilemma when it could be
Elsa Gomes (BookishAurora)
Rate: 5 / 5 stars

The conclusion to David & Sutton's story was absolutely flawless. I loved the first book but it was nothing compared to this one.
This book picked up right where we had been left off in The Wright Love. While Sutton started closing off her heart again, her sister and her best friends made her see that she at least needed to hear David out. He has always been there for her, he wouldn't hurt her purposely and she had to know that.

This book was a lot more David's book, we got to
Jan 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
The Wright One is the much awaited conclusion to David and Sutton’s emotional whirlwind of a romance. While I didn’t get as much feels in this one as compared to The Wright Love, I was still over the moon to see these two grow, struggle, and overcome their hurdles together—especially with that sweet, heart-melting ending.

As I was hoping, we did get to know so much more about David Calloway in this book. Little by little, we got to see who he really was, and I truly enjoyed peeling off his layers
Cocktails and Books
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Cocktails and Books received this book for free from Inkslinger PR in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect our opinion of the book or the content of our review.With the way the previous book ended, I wondered if Sutton and David were going to be able to resolve their differences. 

With the revelation that David was the son of the people who tried to ruin the Wrights really did a number on Sutton.  But that was just the beginni
May 31, 2018 rated it really liked it
After Sutton and David’s worlds, once again, imploded – hers, due to David’s secrets and half-truths, and his, due to his inability to discuss his past and reveal what family he was part of when he took the position at Wright, both of them are left reeling, attempting to pick up the pieces of their broken hearts and their shattered souls. And while David is willing to fight for Sutton, explain why he didn’t share his past with her, and prove to her that he’s all in with her, Sutton too stunned a ...more
Karen Mc
May 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing

Key word: HEART ♥️

Be still my beating heart! I’m in LOVE with The Wright One and everything Wright! I’m still MELTING from this MAGICAL and MEANINGFUL tale of a broken butterfly finally finding her wings. K.A. Linde has outdone herself with this series that stole my heart from the start. Days later, The Wright One is still CLUTCHING MY HEART ... claiming it ... CLAIMING ME! I was utterly ENAMORED with this DEVASTATINGLY BEAUTIFUL BOOK that broke my heart in the best way. Heart, heart, heart. Th
Bookgasms Book Blog
May 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: missy
Man, oh man, I couldn’t wait to dive into The Wright One! After that epic ending to The Wright Love, I had to see what would happen with Sutton and David. Had to see what happened after the truth came out. Had to know that they were going to work things through.

Sutton and David are perfect for each other—they’re so very Wright. And I’m so happy with how this duet shared and told their story. Both are battling their own demons and guilt over things they had no control over—and they do this better
Anne Milne
May 24, 2018 rated it really liked it
This is the conclusion to David and Sutton's story and what a beautiful heartfelt conclusion it was.

The ending of book one left me anxious about what was to come but I trusted the author would do their story justice. David was the perfect man for Sutton even though she did annoy me at times. We see Sutton struggle to let go of her past and accent that David is her future.

I enjoyed the book but I'm not sure that it need to be told over two books.

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Nerdy Dirty & Flirty
May 31, 2018 rated it really liked it
The family is more than al-WRIGHT….

I love the Wright family, siblings who stick together – defend, support, love and torture each other the way brothers and sisters can only do.

Sutton had suffered a devastating loss but David was helping her to believe a happy future was possible. Until… that cliffhanger at the end of the first part of their story! That jaw-dropping, what the he** just happened cliffie that left me wondering if there was any way they could get it all back… Secrets and fears, al
Quinn's Quippy Quotes
Mar 12, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: own, paperback, ae
This book was borderline annoying. It just kept wavering from one side to the other. There was so many contradictions that it really took away from the story. Oh well.
May 30, 2018 rated it liked it


This is a hard review to write. I adore K.A. Linde's writing. I don't think I have ever given one of her books below 4 stars before, but The Wright One left me feeling unsatisfied.

I enjoyed Sutton and David, and I enjoyed when they were together, often alone. The chemistry between them is good, but I never felt immersed in their love. I was told things, I didn't feel things.

When it comes to the plot, I didn't feel like there was enough "meat" to this st
Jackie (Jackie's Book World)
***Review can also be found at Jackie's Book World. :)***

Rating: 4.5/5

The Wright One is the concluding book in Sutton and David’s story. The story is about second chances at love and new beginnings.

In The Wright Love we left off with a shocking cliffhanger, that picks ups in the second book as we get to find out what happens next after Sutton finds out about David’s past. It’s evident at the very beginning that Sutton is still struggling after the death of her husband and after opening up to Dav
May 27, 2018 rated it really liked it
I tend to find K A Linde's Hot Heroes irresistible, sometimes to the point where I don't think the women they choose are worthy (I'm looking at you, Liz). Maybe this is because I am small and petty. Or maybe it's because the Morgan Wrights are so few and far between.

David Calloway is an exceptional Hot Hero. He's smart. He's successful. He CARES. And he's devoted and loving and very--uh--skilled, if you know what I mean. There were times when I wanted to reach into this book and whisper to him,
Joy Novel Thoughts
May 29, 2018 rated it liked it
If you read my review of The Wright Love you know I didn't really connect with these characters, but I went ahead and grabbed the The Wright One with hopes of a different result. (I think that might actually be the definition of insanity.)

I still didn't really the connection between these two. I felt sexual compatibly. I felt that Sutton was just... vapid. Every single time she talked about losing her friends from her college sorority, I just rolled my eyes and wanted to tell her, welcome to th
Nadene  (Totally Addicted to Reading)
The Wright One is the much highly anticipated conclusion to Sutton and David’s story, which picks up from where The Wright Love ended. The series highlights how secrets have an uncanny way of being revealed at the most inappropriate time. For David Calloway, the revelation of his secret came at a time when his fragile relationship with Sutton had blossomed. It is said trust once lost cannot be regained. Can David convince Sutton that he meant her no harm when he failed to disclose his secret? Wi ...more
Julia Griffis - The Romance Bibliophile

The Wright One was a sexy and emotional conclusion to the Wright Love Duet, and I really enjoyed it. The storyline and characters were wonderful, and I once again loved K.A. Linde's writing style.

The plot for The Wright One was different than I expected, and it was honestly a little disappointing at times. I felt like parts of the story were a bit rushed, and there was a lot more conflict, as well as up and down moments, than I expected. It was still a good story and I was satisfied
May 30, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc
The Wright One is a great conclusion to The Wright Love.

This book picks up explaining the huge and shocking cliffhanger in The Wright Love. David's past is brought to light and he is exposed in ways he never intended. It causes a huge shift in the new life he just started to finally feel settled in.

Sutton hasn't really come full circle with the death of her husband over a year ago, so David's identity throws her back a bit, causing her to rethink everything and close herself to him completely.

Candyce Kirk
May 30, 2018 rated it it was amazing
After the ending of The Wright Love, I couldn't get my hands on this book fast enough. The bomb that dropped left me wondering how all of the secrets would be put into play. David had a big secret, but I never expected that he did it to hurt the Wright family. This book is definitely more about David and what he went through with his family and coming to terms with that. I have to say his story was heartbreaking as well. There was still a lot of "will they - won't they", but I understand. Sutton ...more
May 24, 2018 rated it really liked it
The Wright One by KA Linde is the second book and the conclusion to Sutton and David´s story. I strongly recommend to read the previous book, The Wright Love, first.
The Wright One picks up right where The Wright Love left off.
Sutton feels betrayed by David and makes him leave. David, while innocent, is devastated. He expects she accepts his apology and they can move on. But Sutton´s still griving her late husband, Maverick. She´s already through so much and it is heartwrenching to read what happ
Morelia (Strandedinbooks)
I honestly think that this duet could have been condensed into one, but I can't even complain about more Sutton and David content *shrugs*

My favorite part has got to the epilogue and while I do prefer the first book over this one, this one still came at you with the feels and I'm just so happy for my two sweet baby angels!
May 28, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Sutton Wright is my hero. Her determination and strength were inspiring and David is seriously the best guy ever. They have a lot to overcome in this one. I loved this epic conclusion to The Wright Love Duet. It was pure angsty feely goodness!
Samantha (WLABB)
Aug 13, 2018 rated it really liked it
This duology was delicious torture for me. I always had a soft spot for Mav, and his death broke me a little, but I still wanted Sutton to find happiness. Her struggle was realistic, but sometimes made me nuts. The ups and downs made both me and David nuts, but I am glad he hung in there, and was able to give Sutton the time and space she needed to come to terms with her loss. The ending was so wonderfully happy and full of too many fantastic things, that my face almost split from the huge smile ...more
Charli (charlithebookprincess)
There were two great books in this series, The Wright Brother and The Wright Mistake, and the others were a bit mediocre for me. I still really loved catching up with the whole fam, but I was always missing something from their books. Sutton and David...I was expecting more from them. I was expecting more drama and angst and JUST MORE! I felt there was so much filler and nothing was being added to the story. It might have to do with Sutton being split into two books to be quite honest. I wonder ...more
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K.A. Linde is the USA Today bestselling author of the Avoiding Series, Wrights, and more than thirty other novels. She has a Masters degree in political science from the University of Georgia, was the head campaign worker for the 2012 presidential campaign at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and served as the head coach of the Duke University dance team. She loves reading fantasy n ...more

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