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Review by Crystal's Many Reviewers
I can’t say enough wonderful things about this story. Mia Watts is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors! The ease in which Dar and Ryan just fit together; the way that Dar holds onto his principals even when he finds out Ryan is this huge star. And Brett, the banter between the three of them, funny, that hissy fit at the end, classic!
Review by Joyfully Reviewed
Wrong Number, Right Guy pushes all the right buttons in this tender, sexy, and satisfying romance. An everyday openly gay guy hooks up with a leading man actor who’s deeply in the closet. Though the plotline is improbable it is the characters who make Wrong Number, Right Guy believable and worth reading. They are charming, engaging, and very human. A sweet love story with some steamy sex makes Wrong Number, Right Guy a very entertaining tale indeed.
Review by Long and Short Reviews
I really enjoyed the concept of this story. That two people could make such a connection over the phone without ever meeting is beyond romantic (even if a bit unbelievable in this day and age) and you really want to root for them. They’re both utterly adorable when talking to each other that I couldn’t stop smiling. Wrong Number, Right Guy, is a sweet, steamy and sexy novel that leaves you wanting to know more about Dar and Ryan and where they’re going from here.
Review by Love Bytes
The story flows well and the happiness that Ryan and Dar bring into each other’s lives jumps off the page, and of course when dealing with a famous closeted movie star and the nosy paparazzi, so does the drama. The hurt that they both feel, you feel, and of course the stubbornness from both of them you want to just hit them and say snap out of it. I enjoyed how when Ryan did finally come to his senses, how he tried to make it up to Dar and win him back. Without giving too much away, it brought a tear to my eyes. I would recommend checking out and reading Wrong Number, Right Guy by Mia Watts. It’s a cute love story that has an accidental beginning.
Review by The Jeep Diva
Wrong Number, Right Guy was a very sweet read with a nice side of sexy that I truly enjoyed. I loved the set up. The idea that fate could out two people together in that manner gave this tale the warm sweetness that it carried.
Review by Inked Rainbow Reads
The spark over the phone is palpable – Watts writes beautifully when she describes their reactions. I love that even with the short amount of time that they spend on the phone together – they understand their connection. And, of course, there must be some kind of angst within the story – this had some believable scenarios which I appreciated. Too many times there are “insta-love” stories with strange connections that authors force, but Watts did a great job at having a much more real flow to her story. Overall, this was a sweet story.
Review by MM Good Book Reviews
Immensely enjoyable – who doesn’t have fantasies about Hollywood heartthrobs? It’s a well paced romance.