Review: Finding Mrs. Right

right.pngHow does one of New York’s wealthiest bachelors find his soul-mate?

Tired of being alone but fed up with being set up by his friends, Gabe considers taking a break from dating when Rose enters his life. Could she be the one he’s been waiting for? Or could it be Veronica, who he can’t get out of his mind after a chance meeting in Central Park? And what about Sally, Gabe’s loyal and very single assistant?

Will any of these women be the soul-mate Gabe’s been seeking or will they be added to the list of disappointing attempts in his search for finding Mrs. Right?

While right off the bat there didn’t seem to be any particularly stand out plot points to Finding Mrs. Right by Debbie White, I’m glad I decided to pick it up anyway. This story fits nicely into the mold of what quite a few romance readers are looking for while also offering up some great steamier scenes and characters that you will genuinely want to root for.

Gabe made for an interesting and somewhat unconventional lead character, and it was a lot of fun taking in this romance through his eyes. At first, I wasn’t sure what to make of him but he’s got a strong voice that goes along way toward keeping readers engaged with the plot.

Jumping into this story, you should know what it is you’re in for. Beyond the suspense of who Gabe is ultimately going to end up with/ how everything comes together in the end, there isn’t a ton here that will shock you but you’ll still come away from this book feeling satisfied and looking forward to reading whatever this author comes up with next.

And hey, if you’re still not convinced, it looks like this is now available on Kindle Unlimited, so if you’re a member of that program, why not give it a shot?


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