Wrong Question, Right Answer (Elle Casey)

As a member of the Bourbon Street Boys private security firm, Antoinette “Toni” Delacourte is one strong woman, but despite her reputation for being tough as nails, she is haunted by her past mistakes. Now they’re catching up to her, and throwing her for a loop.

Ten years ago, Toni kissed Lucky, her brother’s best friend. Worried it would break apart the group she’d come to see as family, she walked away — straight into the arms of Charlie, and an abusive relationship.

For the past decade she’s tried to keep her feelings for Lucky platonic — he’s her friend, her colleague, and he’s got his own past to deal with. Free of Charlie but unable to shake his memory, Toni finds herself feeling vulnerable and unable to deny her attraction to Lucky any longer.

She’s always thought that kiss was her first mistake, but now she’s wondering whether the real mistake was running away.

Last year I read Wrong Place, Right Time and while I liked it, it didn’t blow me away at all. So, I ended up putting off reading Wrong Question, Right Answer for a long time. Luckily I decided to pick it up last week, and WOW, I wasn’t expecting to love it as much as I did, but I did, I loved it. This book made me smile and cry and I had a smile on my face for almost all of it.

The main reason I loved this book so much? TONI! But let me start with the beginning and say that I found the writing fantastic on this one. I had already loved the writing on the first one, but maybe because I found Toni’s voice so engaging, I loved it even more on this one. It was so much fun.

Like I mentioned (a few times now), I loved loved loved Toni. She was such a unique woman. She was headstrong and confident and self assured. I loved her snark and her sense of humour. But she also had so many confidence issues and she believed that she didn’t deserve anything good in her life because of her past. It made me so sad when she wouldn’t take what was being said to her as truth and always believed that she wasn’t deserving of love and happiness. But I’m glad she had Lucky, because that guy was all kinds of AMAZING and exactly what Toni needed in her life. He loved her fiercely and completely, and he always tried to be in her corner, even if he took his time understanding her reasoning.

I’m a big sucker for friends to lovers romances, and this one was on a slow burn for so long, and it made me so happy by the way it turned out. Toni and Lucky were perfect together, and they brought out the best in each other. These two together were just so darn cute!

This is a very character driven story, but I loved the plot. It was all about growth and realizing that the past doesn’t have to define you. And one action doesn’t dictate how you live your life. That you can be a good person and deserving of happiness even if you have regrets and have done something you hate in your lifetime. I also loved how important the bonds of friendship were for this story, and seeing the growth of May and Toni’s friendship throughout this book.

But even being a character driven story, there was still some major action, with guns and tasers and sticks involved, and my heart might have stopped there for a moment, because I was so worried about Toni, Milli and Vanilli. I cried!!!!

So, guys, even if you haven’t read any of the other books in this series, read this one, because it is AMAZING and it deserves all the love.

August TBR


This month I’ll point to reading 14 books at least, some that I had on my list before, other are ARCs, and I might be reading the Off-Campus series again, in preparation to The Goal‘s release. I’ll be reading a few of these with Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too Much.


  1. Highly Illogical Behavior by John Corey Whaley
  2. Heartfall by J.B. McGee
  3. The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson
  4. November 9 by Colleen Hoover
  5. Tyson Caine (Brothers in Arms #1) by Aleya Michelle
  6. The Year We Hid Away (The Ivy Years #2) by Sarina Bowen
  7. Blind Spot by Katana Collins
  8. Adulting 101 by Lisa Henry
  9. Wrong Question, Right Answer by Elle Casey
  10. The Form of Things Unknown by Robin Bridges
  11. The Proverbial Mr. Universe by Maria La Serra
  12. The Deal (Off-Campus #1) by Elle Kennedy – Re-read
  13. The Mistake (Off-Campus #2) by Elle Kennedy – Re-read
  14. The Score (Off-Campus #3) by Elle Kennedy – Re-read

Wrong Place, Right Time (Elle Casey)


Jenny’s single-parent life revolves around her kids and her job, which means that hours of Animal Planet and strings of computer code are about all she has time for. Not that Jenny’s looking for adventure or romance—she’s the type of woman who believes in playing it safe. 

When Jenny is called upon to do some consulting for the Bourbon Street Boys — a New Orleans private security firm — she knows she should stay away. They conduct surveillance on known criminals and put themselves in harm’s way pretty much every day, so No is the obvious answer… Problem is, there’s a guy on the team with a body to die for and a dimple that just won’t quit luring Jenny in, tempting her to throw all caution to the wind. 

Will Jenny take the risk or will she do what she’s always done—play it safe and wait for the right time?

I read this one as a buddy read with  Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too Much after having requested it from Netgalley. Check out her blog in the next few days to read her take on it.

I LOVED the writing! This book had me cracking up so many times :D. So good and so so funny! I really liked the quality of the humour and the popular references included in it.

Another thing that I really enjoyed were the characters. It’s not everyday that I read about a girl my age, and even though the situations are totally different, I could still relate to Jenny. I really liked how protective she was of her family, but she still wanted to be herself (she just didn’t quite know how to do that). I really liked Dev too, after not being the biggest fan of his description – I was seriously confused… I get the no hair thing, but no eyebrows? Why? But he was so sweet and considerate and he treated everyone so great.

I really liked the chemistry between Jenny and Dev and how the kids played a part in it. I loved their talks and their brand of humour, and the only thing I wished is that they had been honest a little bit earlier. Speaking of kids… I loved Sammy! Such a cute kid.

My kind of issue with this book was the lack of plot. There was an attempt at a kind of plot, but not really achieved, and conflicts and problems were over so fast, that it was the kind that “you blink it you miss it” kind of thing. There were also a few details and small stuff that weren’t mentioned much or explained, and it took a bit of my enjoyment of this book.

I still want to read the next book though, which will be about two of the side characters on this one, one of which I really liked. If you like cute and sweet romances, I would totally recommend this one to you 😉 .

July TBR


Last month was a weird reading month, and I ended up not making the progress I wanted in the ARC department. So for this month I want to read 14 books, 12 of which are eARCs from Netgalley, and 8 of those I’ll be reading with Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too Much (we need to be better in July!).


  1. Crystallum (The Primordial Principles #1) by Laney McMann
  2. Life After Juliet by Shannon Lee Alexander
  3. No Breaking My Heart by Kate Angell
  4. Wrong Place, Right Time by Elle Casey
  5. Edge of Glory by Magan Vernon
  6. Six Month Rule by A.J. Pine
  7. No Falling Allowed by Melissa West
  8. In the Hope of Memories by Olivia Rivers
  9. You Before Anyone Else by Julie Cross & Mark Perini
  10. A Mess of a Man by A.M. Hargrove & Terri E. Laine
  11. Highly Illogical Behavior by John Corey Whaley
  12. Heartfall by J.B. McGee
  13. The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson
  14. Daemoneum (The Primordial Principles #2) by Laney McMann

Guys, have you read any of these books? What do you think of my TBR?

June Book Haul


Let’s just say that I might have used and abused the request button on netgalley… But I didn’t get any physical book 🙂 .



June TBR


Hello. I managed 20 books this past month of May, so I’m aiming for a similar number this month of June, so my TBR will have 14 books 🙂 .


  1. The Rose & the Dagger (The Wrath and the Dawn #2) by Renee Ahdieh – I’ve already started this one and I’m about halfway through :D.
  2. V-Card (Sharing Spaces #1) by Alicia Michaels – I actually just finished this romantic comedy, and it was so cool!
  3. Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma –It didn’t happen last month, but I will get to it in June.
  4. A Court of Mist and Fury (A Court of Thorns and Roses #2) by Sarah J. Maas – This will be the third buddy read for me, Kat @Life and Other Disasters and Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too Much. 😀
  5. Blackmail Boyfriend by Chris Cannon – this sounds like a cute summer/contemporary read.
  6. Stay Until We Break (Hub City #2) by Mercy Brown – I read book 1, Loud is How I Love You, a few months back, and I loved it. So I was super excited when I got approved for this eARC on Netgalley.
  7. In the Hope of Memories by Olivia Rivers – Kat read this book last month and loved it, so Cátia and me recided to request it from Netgalley, so I’ll be buddy reading it with Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too Much.
  8. Heartfall by J.B. McGee – yet another eARC that I’ll probably read with Cátia.
  9. On The Brink by Kate Willoughby – this is a short novella, a M/M hockey romance, so I obviously requested it from Netgalley and I’ll definitly be reading it soon.
  10. Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover – after loving Ugly Love this month, I want to read this one pretty soon.
  11. Heat It Up by Stina Lindenblatt – another eARC from netgalley that I’ll be reading with Cátia 🙂 .
  12. How Not to Fall by Emily Foster – yet another eARC that I’ll buddy read with Cátia.
  13. Wrong Place, Right Time by Elle Casey – I saw a great review of this book, so me and Cátia requested it from Netgalley and we’ll be reading it soon-ish… the release date is in July, so this is low priority right now.
  14. Slightly Stalky by Amy Vansant – this book just somehow screams summer to me, maybe it’s because of that gorgeous blue… either way, this will be yet another buddy read with Cátia.

This is my TBR for June. Once again I’ll be reading A LOT of books with Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too Much, you can check out her TBR for June HERE.

May Book Haul


Hey guys. Here we are, at the end of another month, and I’m bringing you another book haul. This month I didn’t haul as much books as last month, but it was still a pretty good one 🙂 .


This month I bought The Rose and the Dagger and A Court of Mist and Fury. I still haven’t read any of them, but I will soon, and I just had to have them as soon as they were out. I’m a little sad about TRATD‘s colour, the blue on the paperback is not the best, but ACOMAF is gorgeous. I finally received my paperback signed copy of More Than Music by Elizabeth Briggs, which was sent to me by Elodie Nowodazkij after I won a giveaway she was hosting.



Once again, most of these books I got at Kindle deals, for nothing!


Don’t forget that my giveaway is still running until June 18th…