Wrong Bed, Right Girl
Falling head-first into the wrong woman’s bed was not how Reed Bishop’s night was supposed to go. Now a gorgeous, half-naked ballet dancer was threatening his manhood…with a book. He can’t blame her.
It wasn’t how it seemed—he was just doing his job, tracking down his lead informant, who, unfortunately, took off, leaving him to figure out what to do with her friend. Stayin
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Wrong Bed, Right Girl is my first book by Rebecca Brooks and I thought it was a great introduction to her writing. Reed and Talia's romance started out pretty fast but led to some amazing sexual tension as Reed tried to deny his attraction to her.
This romance started off right from the start and we got to see how the connection between Reed and Talia quickly went from sexual tension to their chemistry exploding into something hot but still sweet. I can say that I d ...more
These two are complete opposites. Talia is an open book when it comes to her emotions and her goal to remain single and drama free while taking on the lead role in her ballet companies latest production is sorely tested when she meets Reed.
Reed is a stra ...more
This was cute. I enjoyed it. A fun and charming little read for in between heavier books.
Both protagonists were adorable (I loved how smart and spirited Talia was, as opposed to Reed's unintentionally funny grouchiness... and is it weird that I liked the fact that Reed was bald? Not something I get to see often in romance books), there was just enough suspense to carry the rest of the story and give it a purpose, and whew, those graphic scenes were unexpectedly hot.
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However, the book lost me with some of the career-related plots. The romance overtook real life and that left me scratching my head a bit. A lot of aspects of Talia’s ballet life were ha ...more
Talia has returned from London to find she needs a new place to live since her best friend and roommate has moved in with Talia's brother (first book love story). When a fellow ballerina is leaving town ASAP she takes over her small apartment...which leads to Reed breaking into it. Reed is a DEA agent w ...more
One day, I will learn to not doubt authors. Wrong Bed, Right Girl is the second book in Rebecca Brooks’s Accidental Love series. I thought the first book, Wrong Bed, Right Roommate was perfect. I couldn't fathom how Rebecca could pull off another wrong bed book but she did.
In Wrong Bed, Right Girl, Talia Lassiter finds herself the principal ballerina of the New York City Ballet, after the original principal had to leave unexpectedly for a family emergency. With Stacey having to leave so ...more
This book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Entangled Brazen!
Wrong Bed, Right Girl is the second book in the Accidental Love series and tells the story of Talia and Reed. Although Wrong Bed, Right Girl is the second book in the series, it can be read as a standalone.
Wrong Bed, Right Girl is such a cute Contemporary Romance about two people who accidentally met and fell in love. Wrong Bed, Right Girl was really fast paced and I read this book in one d ...more
The summary for this novel promised intrigue, and a sensual romance but the execution was poor. Reed breaks into the wrong apartment and meets Talia, a ballet dancer. She is in danger and he offers for her to stay at his place to keep her safe. Although they argue a bit, their sexual relationship escalates pretty quickly and the rest is pure clichéd scenes. After he has sex with her he distances himself from her saying h ...more
We got a quick peek at the driven ballet dancer Talia in book one when she returns from Europe injured. Talia needs a new place to live so when the lead dan ...more
He’d always been the steady one, focused and disciplined, stepping up to take the lead after his father died...more
It was fun watching I'm-done-with-love Reed fall in love with My-career-is-all-that-matters Talia. The back and forth between them, the feelings of this can't happen, then oh my I guess it did had me smiling. It took a lot to get over themselves but was so worth it in the end. A great epilogue was the finishing touch to a wonderful story.
Talia was in the last book – she’s the heroine’s roommate and BFF and the hero’s sister. At the start of this book, she’s just sublet the apartment of a ballerina friend who’s had to leave suddenly due to a family emergency. Only, it turns out it’s not a family emergency but rather that she’s on the run due to a drug lord… and the cop who was working with her decides to check ...more
Holy sweet tea this was good. This was my first book by Rebecca Brooks and it won’t be my last. I was worried since this was book two in the series, but I faired just fine without reading book one. Though I do plan on buying book one and any others that come after this one.
Talia may be a ballerina, but don’t let her tutu and tights get you thinking she is soft. No siree, s ...more
Overall rating: 4/5 A drug problem in the ballet leads a DEA agent to fall into the bed of the lead Ballerina.
Heroine (Talia Lassiter): 4/5 Is the understudy for the lead part in the ballet Ballet. She’s athletic dancer, wants to be perfect in the role as she is called into be the lead, and doesn’t have time for relationships.
Hero (Reed Bishop): 3.5/5 Is a DEA agent with the hopes of becoming Lieutenant af ...more
Talia and Reed couldn't be more different. She's a prima ballerina and he's a tough, no-nonense detective. But when one of Talia's fellow ballerinas disappears after getting involved in a drug bust operation--which Reed is in charge of--they're thrust together whether they like it or not. Now Reed and Talia ar ...more
Talia is suddenly given the break of her life when the lead ballerina whose understudy she is has to leave town on an “emergency”, leaving Tali ...more
This romance is very entertaining and so full of sizzling chemistry that readers can feel the heat as it burns up the pages. The charact ...more
Wrong Bed, Right Girl is a fun, steamy read. The chemistry between Talia and Reed is off the charts, and almost lets you forget that the reason why they're "forced" to share a teeny, tiny apartment is...well, kind of forced. It's hard to argue with the results here, though, which is a forced proximity romance that is at turns sweet and smoking between two characters who it would be next to impossible not to root for. (And I was not Talia's number o ...more
Reed is a big, muscled, tattooed, broody and bald (clean shaven) detective at the DEA. He is in the middle of a big case about drugstore robberies and murder in New York. When his informant disappears and he finds her apartment taken over by Talia who knew the informant he has to get her away from the dangerous situation she finds herself in and takes her home with him because she doesn’t have any place ...more
Ballerina Talia Lassiter lucked into subletting the apartment of ballerina Stacey Moss because she had to leave town for a family emergency so she could move out from living with her best friend and brother who were now dating. DEA agent Reed Bishop was trying to get ahold of Stacey Moss because she was an informant in one of the cases that he was investigating when he went to her apartment in the middle of the night with a key she had given him. Reed didn’t know that ...more
So when I saw this book on NetGalley, I immediately requested it. I was approved so I knew I had to read this book asap.
Rebecca Brooks writes really good. The writing got me hooked since the beginning. At first, I thought it would like the previous book because the first couple lines of the blurb reminded me of it, but then it turned completely different.
Reed was exactly the ty ...more
Rebecca Brooks lives in New York City in an apartment filled with books. She received a PhD in English but decided it was more fun to write books than write about them. She has backpacked alone through India and B ...more