Falling for the Right Brother by Kerri Carpenter Review

Falling for the Right Brother
Saved by the Blog #1
By: Kerri Carpenter
Released June 1, 2017
Harlequin
Tour Host: Tasty Book Tours
Source: ARC provided by the Publisher 

Saved by the blog!

Saved by the blog! 

This just in, fair readers! Chic and stunning, that gorgeous new woman about town is none other than our very own little Ellie—now Elle—Owens. She's a far cry from the frumpy, bookish student we used to know, but then, living in Italy will do that to a girl! Still, this blogger can't forget the infamous video that caused her to leave! 


Apparently Miss Elle has been spotted with yummy contractor Cam Dumont…but we thought her heart belonged to his little brother. Are Cam and Elle a new couple? They were seen cooling their passions in the bay…in April! If this is love, let's hope she's swimming with the right brother. The Bayside Blogger will keep you posted.

*ARC provided by the author, in exchange for an honest and unbiased review*

Elle Owens has finally come home to Bayside, after a 10 year self-imposed exile to Italy. But the moment she steps back into town, the "Bayside blogger" rehashed her embarrassing video, that send her running from Bayside in the first place, and boy, does it stir the locals up, in making fun of Elle, and her drunken declaration of love for Jasper Dumont.

Cameron Dumont strived hard to be self employed, to separate himself from his families money and company, no matter how much conflict in the family. Cameron is not only a amazing contractor, but he is a man of his word. So when Tom Owens asked him to pick up his daughter from the airport, but he doesnt expect to find sophisticated Elle waiting for her, he also didn't expect the town to still be talking about the video. But mostly he hoped that Elle was over his brother, as he wanted her all to himself.

Falling for the Right Brother is a light heart romance, that will have you in stiches! Oh my goodness I couldn't even tell you how much I laughed, while reading this book. The plot and w Rice hitting a light-hearted, sweet, and totally more-ish!

You will simply love Elle and Cameron's character's, they are totally the perfect match, but I have to tell you, I'm desperate to know who the blogger is?

I give Falling for the Right Brother 5 stars!






Gazing at her now, with moonlight washing over, her eyes alight with amusement, her slender body swimming in his jacket, he thought he’d never seen any woman look so beautiful. He took a step closer. “So you really didn’t know me at all.”
Staying in place, she angled her head to look up at him. “Apparently not.”
“How do you feel now that you are learning a little about me?” Was he flirting with her? Some part of his brain screamed for him to stop, but standing this close felt too damn good.
“I feel like I might be interested in hearing more.”
And she was flirting back. Double damn. Elle Owens had been in love with his brother her entire life. Maybe Jasper hadn’t been into her back in high school, but if what Cam witnessed earlier tonight was any indication, he was interested now. Cam would not, could not, interfere with his brother. Not after what his brother had done for him.


Award-winning romance author Kerri Carpenter writes contemporary romances that are sweet, sexy, and sparkly. When she’s not writing, Kerri enjoys reading, cooking, watching movies, taking Zumba classes, rooting for Pittsburgh sports teams, and anything sparkly. Kerri lives in Northern Virginia with her adorable (and mischievous) rescued poodle mix, Harry. Visit Kerri at her website, on FacebookTwitter, or Instagram, or subscribe to her newsletter






2 comments

  1. Thank you for such an amazing review! I wish I could tell you who the Bayside Blogger is, but it's a closely guarded secret. For now, anyway.... Stay tuned for books 2 and 3, coming later this year. Thank you again for having me and Falling for the Right Brother on your site today! ;-)

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  2. Thank you for sharing your review today!
    Allisia
    Tasty Book Tours

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