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Mr. So Wrong

(Mister #2)

3.94  ·  Rating details ·  158 ratings  ·  71 reviews
They are so wrong for each other.
He’s an arrogant, rich city slicker.

She’s a feisty rancher.

Sam knows that the sexy stranger she saved the other night doesn't belong. His pointy shoes and fancy car give him away.

When she brings him home and nurses him back to health, she doesn’t expect him to turn into a houseguest.

Waking up in some strange woman’s bed isn’t something new
ebook, 320 pages
Published March 19th 2018 by R.C. Stephens Books LLC
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Mar 19, 2018 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed reading Mr. So Wrong by R.C. Stephens. It was a story about second chances and forgiveness of oneself. You first meet Al in Mr. All Wrong, but this is a standalone and can be read as such.

Albert Walsh the Third feels a bit lost. He walked away from his wealthy and privileged life to live life his own way. But now almost a decade later, he is not living the life he thought. Samantha Belmont made a promise to her mother before she died. Yet years later, she is working side-by-side with
Mar 19, 2018 rated it really liked it
I fell head first into Sam and Al's story, I loved it!.

Mr so wrong is the second book in the series and picks up from where the previous book finished with his friend and boss finding love and a new path in life, it leaves Al feeling lost, jobless and in need of a new path of his own.

When Al takes a trip to visit his sister he ends up In a ditch. With a bad snow storm and being stranded Al finds himself in a dangerous situation in freezing conditions.

Al is rescued by Sam, a rancher who lives
Up All Night With Books
Mar 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing
*** ARC provided by the author for an honest review ***

How do you overcome the trials of your past that have led to a present that you never thought would happen? This is the question that is asked in Mr. So Wrong by RC Stephens.

Samantha Belmont was just a little girl when she lost her mother to cancer. The last time she saw her mother, she made a promise to her, to leave Colorado, and go to school, and become her best person. Not to get stuck in a life and with a love that did not bring her p
Tanja OMGReads
Mar 16, 2018 rated it liked it
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This story was a bit hard (at the beginning) to fall in love with. Al was not my favorite person in Mr. All wrong. But as the story starts to develop you get a sense why he was like he was and what drove him to be and act the way he did in his life before arriving to mountain site of Colorado.

As for Samantha; that girl was a tough cookie to swallow. I got to say I didn’t like her all that much thorough out the story. Her pushing Al away every chance she got, was too much at times. But when all
Mar 21, 2018 rated it it was ok
Received for an honest review. I had a very hard time getting involved and staying with this book. I didn’t care for Al at the beginning. He slightly grew on me, but... then there was Sam who at first I thought was promising, and then turned out not to be. Even though we had both pov’s I still didn’t really know what the hell Sam was doing or why, or her actions or her reactions. One minute she was this great strong willed woman in which we can all be proud of. And then she’s acting like she’s i ...more
When I read Mr. All Wrong (which I very much enjoyed) I was not a big fan of Al. He came across as an entitled jerk. I was pleased to see him turn himself around in this book. I actually ended up loving him when all was said and done. The way his growth was written, literally from the very first page to the last, was so well done that it felt truely organic and believable.
Unfortunately, Sam made it hard for me to get through this story. She was hard in a way that made her unrelatable and therefo
Janice Somers
This is the second book in the Misters series. This is a very enjoyable read.
The story is made up of alternating POV's and the past, chapters, which give great insight to what happens to mold Al's and Sams personalities. The Al and Sam, are broken in their own individul ways and have struggled with how to cope with what has caused them to be this way.
Al is from the first book. He was the chief of staff for the governor of Illinois, who was also his best friend. But that job is no longer availa
Mar 14, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I received a copy of this book from the publisher/author to review for Stephanie's Book Reports.

Albert Walsh the Third has spent over a decade running away from his past. With no job and nothing to lose, he goes on a spontaneous drive to visit his sister in the mountains in Colorado. The simple trip proves to be more than he bargained for.
Samantha Belmont is floating through life. She's cast her dreams aside and now works on her papa's ranch. One night, Sam is driving home in a snow storm afte
April Symes
This is the 2nd book in the Misters series. I was excited to know this was Al’s story(he was the hero’s BFF in book 1) and what shaped him into the man he is today. In this story, he meets his lady love but he doesn’t realize that is what she is to him at first. Samantha Belmont was just a little girl when she lost her mother to cancer. After her mother died, her life just derailed and she is now finally crawling out of that black hole she was in after her mother’s death. She is working alongsid ...more
Ana Rita
Apr 06, 2018 rated it really liked it
Yes yes yes... Another book from this author... I missed her writing and I couldn't start it fast enough... Let me just say that once I started it I couldn't put it down.
RC Stephens has that effect on me. Her writing is simple yet powerful, pretty detailed and engaging. One glimpse and you'll be doomed.
Mr. So Wrong is her latest release and tells the stories of Sam and Albert. But I need to tell you something, Despite both books are standalones I advise you to read Mr. All Wrong. Go for it and
Cheryl Whitty
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Mr So Wrong is about Al from Mr All Wrong, and takes place after the action in Mr Wrong. After his friend decides to not run for President. Al hasn’t a clue what he wants to do. So he decides to spend Christmas with his sister Izzy in deepest Colorado. On the way there, he is caught in a snowstorm, and gets in an accident which leaves him in a ditch unable to get the car out.
Along comes Sam on her way home, and she see Al in his car and rescues him. A
Merry Jelks-Emmanuel
Mar 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This is an amazing story that really touches your heart. Al and Sam both have experienced emotional demise in their lives. With Sam it was the death of her mother and the birth of her son with the father not providing the support needed to get her through it. Al walks in on his father having sex with his mother's best friend and the death of his high school girl friend. To top it off his father tells him that he is a bastard and he married his mother two days after he was born. When Sam saved hi ...more
Jenny Prose
Mar 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Review for Mr. So Wrong

By R.C. Stephens


When Samantha and Al’s pasts make it such that neither of them ever want a relationship they come across each other and fall in love.

Review by Jen M.
R.C. Stephens
Jun 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
One feisty cowgirl.
One sexy city slicker.
What's the worst that could happen?
The sheets go up in flames....
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Excerpt from Mr. So Wrong

I’m getting my ingredients ready to fry up some eggs when there’s a loud rasp at the door. One of my best friends, Kelly, has her nose pressed to the glass window. Her nose looks bright red kind of like Rudolph. Snow blows in circles all around her. I rush to open the door. “Kell, what on earth are you doing out of your hous
Mar 30, 2018 rated it did not like it
I’m sorry...this one was not for me...Since this book has many high ratings probably the problem was me. I just could not relate with the heroine, she was plain mean and bitchy with the hero...I get it, she had a hard background and I do sympathize for the loss of her mother when she was a kid...however that didn’t give her the right to treat the hero so badly, calling him names and acting like a complete looney. The hero should have packed his suitcase and run for the hills as fast as he could ...more
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Albert Walsh the Third is feeling like a failure with no prospects for his future after his best friend decides to leave the political realm and no longer needs him as his Chief of Staff. While his family may come from big money, Al walked away from them ten years ago when he learned the truth about why he never quite felt like he fit in with any of them but his youngest sister Izzy. Needing to get away from the city and reevaluate his life, Al decides to visit his sister in Colorado. He finds h ...more
Avidez Literaria
Apr 02, 2018 rated it liked it
"You are falling in love with him. Let yourself fall."

Second in the series, we followed Albert, Colton's friend from the first book and his chief of staff. After the end of the first book, where Colton abandons politics, Al is jobless and aimless. Not wanting to admit to his friend that he is in a bad situation, because he doesn’t have any savings, Al decides to visit his sister and leave the city. A luxury car, a big city boy, a blizzard, a rural town, a few sleeping pills (it was not his best
Rebecca Austin
Mar 22, 2018 rated it really liked it
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Albert Walsh III was the Chief of Staff for the Governor of Illinois, Colton Mathis, but when Colton retires he is now lost on what he wants to do with his life. He decides to head to his sister's place for the Christmas holidays but when he crashes his car, he has no idea if he will even it make it that far.

Samantha Belmont lives with her dad on the family ranch. When she comes upon a car stuck in a snow storm she rescues the occupant and brings him to her house.

Both Al and Samantha have ghosts
Space Cowgirl
Mar 27, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A Party🍺 In The Forest🌲🌳 Is Called A WOODSY!
So, So Wrong!
I Kind of liked this book, but it kept jumping back and forth in time with the lives of the two main characters, which was annoying and confusing. I know it's supposed to show why the character is the way they are in the present, but I think it would have been better to have all of that At the beginning of the book.
Al🐺🍆🌋 is the male character, a tall, buff💪, handsome man, of course. He's from a wealthy family, but he only associates with h
Cee Cee Houston
Mar 18, 2018 rated it really liked it
Mr. So Wrong by R.C. Stephens is the second book on the Mister series, with a new couple, the Governor of Illinois’s ex-chief of staff Albert Walsh III and rancher Samantha Belmont. This is a completely standalone novel too, although it does have a few references to the first book, Mr All Wrong, which featured Evie Harper and Al’s best friend, Colton Mathis, the Governor of Illinois. Al was working for Colt until he decided to step down from being Governor. Now Al’s a man without a job and with ...more
Dawn Nicole Costiera
I'm a huge RC Stephens fan. She has become one of my go to authors. So, I was very much looking forward to Al's story. I wanted to love it as much as I loved Colton's in Mr. All Wrong. (I LOVED Colton & Evie!!) Unfortunately, I had a hard time with some of the plot and connection to the characters.....

Mr. So Wrong is about two completely opposite people finding just what they need in each other. We first met Al Walsh the third in Mr. All Wrong. He was Colton's best friend and right hand man. He'
Jennifer Pierson
Mar 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Albert Walsh the Third had the world by the tail, or so he thought, but lately, he's been feeling very lost & adrift. So he decides to go off the the family cabin to stay with his younger sister to try & figure out what he wants in life, but he ends up on the side of a highway in the middle of nowhere after a car wreck, and he knows that no one will be able to get him out. Thankfully, he's rescued by a beautiful woman named, Sam, who has a big heart, although battling demons of her own. They are ...more
Kyle Hakim
May 19, 2018 rated it liked it
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Apr 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Albert Walsh III has had an interesting life. He was born to privilege but chose a different path. His friend is the former Governor of Illinois who just stepped down leaving Al, his Chief of Staff unemployed. Clearly Al is at a turning point and with no job, decides to regroup in Colorado with his sister at the family cabin. A sudden snow storm and bad choice of transportation has him off course. Luckily he was rescued be Samantha Belmont who took him back to her family home till the storm pass ...more
Mar 11, 2018 rated it really liked it
Mr. So Wrong by R.C. Stephens is a full length, standalone novel and the second book on the series. The previous book is Mr. All Wrong, Colton and Evie´s romantic story.
Meet Albert Walsh III, he´s ex-governor Matis´ best friend ansd was his chief of staff. Now he´s a nobody again, jobless and his future is uncertain. His family shunned him and the only ray of light is his little sister. He´s on the way to her when he lands in a ditch and has to be rescued from certain death. By Samantha Belmont.
Angela DeMarco
Mar 16, 2018 rated it liked it
3.5 Stars

Mr So Wrong by R.C. Stephens is book 2 in the Mister series. It is the story of Albert Walsh III, ex chief of state to the governor of Illinois; and rancher Samantha Belmont. I’m a big fan of this author, unfortunately this story I had some issues with the plot and characters. Samantha, at times I found her to be immature and the way she constantly pushed Al away. She frustrated me. The beginning of their journey was a little tough, but the ending of their story came together nicely.

Roxs Reads
Mar 24, 2018 rated it liked it
Mr. So Wrong was very intriguing in the beginning, it grabbed my attention ten-fold, and the end was a shocker and unpredictable for me, I didn’t see it coming, although I probably should have. I did find I was a tad confused by some of the storyline in the middle. It was all over the place and was full of unbelievable events. I just couldn’t see the things that happened as actually happening.

Al, whom we met in Mr. All Wrong, took a bit of convincing for me to warm up to him, but he was easier t
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Just loved Al and Sam's story. Sam being the party girl working on her papa's farm plans to never ever settle down as Albert he can't help but run from his past. In a snowstorm Al gets in a accident and Sam the party girl saves him. Sam has a rough past losing her mother at a young age. Al now has problems he has money has to give up a few things he is also the chief of staff to a governor. Al is at a crossroads in his life and doesn't really know what he wants to do and Sam is also sort of at a ...more
Mar 19, 2018 rated it it was amazing

A wealthy man named Al, who isn’t so wealthy any more, runs to Colorado to visit his sister. He runs right into a blizzard while driving his Sports car!! You guessed it, he wrecks his baby!! Al is rescued by the beautiful Sam who works a ranch with her father. She isn’t into relationships and neither is he. So let the angst game begin.
Like all of RC Stephan’s books there is so much more to the story! This book is about love and loneliness. It’s about how one can carry the pain of loss from chil
Mar 22, 2018 rated it really liked it
“You asked me the other night why I never settled down and the answer is because I hadn’t met you yet.”
This book was not what I expected- but in a good way. It was deep, emotional and with a lot of drama, secrets and twists and turns! Sam and Al are two indicated and damaged souls who feel instantly attracted to each other but have a hard time making it work. Al is a rich city playboy tires of his old way. And Sam is the little town’s girl who is wasting away her life on her dad’s ranch... But s
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R.C. Stephens is a top 100 Amazon bestselling author. She has written ten romance novels and plans to continue to write many more.

When she isn't in her writing cave she is raising three lovely children with her adoring husband.

Her books are filled with humor, heartbreak, emotion and true love.

Born and raised in Toronto, she loves the winter, but Spring and Fall are her favorite seasons.

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