Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Right Kind of Wrong by Chelsea Fine ~ Blog Tour, Character Interview, Review & Giveaway


Sometimes wrong can feel oh so right . . .

Jenna Lacombe needs complete control, whether it’s in the streets . . . or between the sheets. So when she sets out on a solo road trip to visit her family in New Orleans, she’s beyond annoyed that the infuriatingly sexy Jack Oliver wants to hitch a ride with her. Ever since they shared a wild night together last year, he’s been trying to strip away her defenses one by one. He claims he’s just coming along to keep her safe-but what’s not safe for her is prolonged exposure to the tattooed hottie.

Jack can’t get Jenna out from under his skin. She makes him feel alive again after his old life nearly destroyed him-and losing her is not an option. Now Jack’s troubles are catching up to him, and he’s forced to return to his hometown in Louisiana. But when his secrets put them both in harm’s way, Jenna will have to figure out how far she’s willing to let love in . . . and how much she already has.



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I've noticed that the characters this author creates tend to invoke strong emotions in me.  That's a good thing because it means they feel real.  Such is the case with Jenna.  Oh do I ever want to shake this girl and then smack her upside the head, give her the teacher glare and ask her what her end game is gonna be.  Stubborn as the day is long, she is not giving into the feeling that Jack brings out in her.  Falling in love is not in her plan and she is so sticking to the plan.  Luckily, fate and perhaps a little voodoo had a different idea of her plan.  Since she rocks the emotions in me, I decided I liked her.

Jack, I just love from the beginning and all the way through.  He gave into his feeling for Jenna a long time ago.  He's willing to loose that battle to win the war with her in it.  And he's not willing to take her stubborn insistence that there is not a them for an answer.  Patient and persistent, he uses that sexy voice of his along with the yummy pale eyes and even his longing touch to win her over, slowly.

The story is not some casual trip across country that includes the rekindling of some sexy times, no these two have some twists and turns to navigate.  The threats and dangers are there and add to the effort to get Jenna's walls down.  It was enjoyable to have more story more than someone fighting an attraction.  There was so much more to this one.

I enjoyed it.  This series as been satisfying and this one is the same.  If you've enjoyed the first two, you'll want this one too.  But this one can stand alone, so don't miss it if you haven't started the series.



Character Interview...

Jack from RIGHT KIND OF WRONG by Chelsea Fine

Hey Jack, thanks for agreeing to talk to me.

So, I hear you’ve got a tat. What is it and where is it?

I have lots of ink. Everywhere. My most notable tattoo, however, is probably the hawk on my back with a snake in its talons. It’s representative of my past and how I’ve overcome some serpent-like obstacles that used to plague me.
I also hear that there was a wild night last year with you and Jenna. Was wondering where this wild night took place?

At my place. It wasn’t planned or anything. It just happened. We’d been good friends for a long time, but that night we got a little tipsy and our friendship…changed.

Have you known her longer than the wild night?

Oh, yeah. Jenna and I met at the bar I used to work at called The Thirsty Coyote. I trained her, in fact. She was a new hire, full of spit and fire, and I was instantly addicted to her heat.

Tell me about the first time you saw Jenna? What were you thinking?

Probably nothing I should say in public. She was trying to reach a bottle of Tequila on a high shelf at the bar. I watched her jump up and down, determination and fury in her eyes, unable to reach the damn bottle and I thought she was the most frightening and fascinating thing I’d ever seen. She was like a burning star and I wanted to burn up beside her.
Can you describe Jenna in 5 words for me?

Feisty. Strong. Untamable.

Tell me something about Jenna that we don’t learn in the book.

The girl has a weird fascination with seahorses. I don’t know what it is, but she’s always going on about them and reading about them online. She even has a tattoo of one on her hip. If she weren’t so freaking adorable, I’d probably judge her for such a weird sea creature fetish.
What about you, something we don’t learn about you in the book.

I severely dislike camping. I know I’m a dude and therefore I’m supposed to be manly and enjoy sleeping in dirt and chopping down trees and whatnot, but I can’t stand it. I’d much rather sleep in a real bed with a real mattress. With Jenna.
If you could spend the perfect day with Jenna, what would you do, where would you go?
Probably to a tattoo parlor and get ourselves some new ink.

If you could have one wish, no questions asked, what would it be?

To keep my family safe, forever.

If you could go back in time and change one thing, what would it be?

To save my little brother Drew from getting mixed up with the wrong kind of people. I still feel responsible for everything he went through this year and I wish I could have saved him from all that.


M&M or skittles? Skittles

Burger or steak? Steak

Mountains or ocean? Mountains (I know I said I hate camping, but I have nothing against the mountains.)
Day or night? Night.

Brown or Blue eyes? Golden eyes. On Jenna.

Blond or brown hair? Black hair. On Jenna.

iPod or streaming? Live. ;)

DVD or movie theater? DVD. Less people to deal with. More privacy.

Thanks for talking to me Jack. Hoping you catch this girl you’re chasing. Thanks for having me on today! Me too.


Chelsea lives in Phoenix, Arizona where she spends most of her time writing stories, painting murals, and avoiding housework at all costs. She’s ridiculously bad at doing dishes and claims to be allergic to laundry. Her obsessions include: superheroes, coffee, sleeping-in, and crazy socks. She lives with her husband and two children, who graciously tolerate her inability to resist teenage drama on TV and her complete lack of skill in the kitchen.


Right Kind of Wrong Blog Tour

September 8
Bookish Things and More-Review Only
Blame it on the Book-Character Interview
Monica Pulliam-Excerpt 
Books by Migs-Review Only
Bookaholic Fairies-Review Only
September 9
Obsessed by Books-Review Only
Katie’s Book Blog-Guest Post & Review 
Book Briefs-Review Only
September 10
Adventures in Writing-Excerpt
Inked in Chapters-Review Only
Two Book Pushers-Review Only
Such A Novel Idea-Review Only
September 11
Addicted to Books-Review Only
In Between the Pages-Author Interview
Evocative Book Reviews-Excerpt
Prisoners of Print-Review Only
September 12
The Shadow Realm-Review Only
Fire and Ice Book Reviews-Review Only
Lulo Fangirl-Author Interview
LJ’s Secret Addiction-Review Only
September 13
September 14
Dirty Girl Romance-DreamCast
Forever Me Romance-Review Only
I Dare You to Read-Review Only
Biblio Belles-Review Only
September 15
Pretty Sassy Cool-Review Only
Typical Distractions-Review Only
Bittersweet Book Love-Review Only
Flirty Fiction Blog-Excerpt & Review
September 16
One Guy’s Guide to Good Books-Review Only
Stuck in Books-Character Interview and Review
Born to Read-Excerpt
Seeking Book Boyfriends-Guest Post
September 17
September 18
Sexy Bibliophiles-Review Only
No Bent Spines-Excerpt
Becky’s Book Bytes-Review Only
Deal Sharing Aunt-Author Interview
September 19

1 comment:

  1. I am dying to get started on this series... they all just sound like my kind of reads. Great review!