Owen Crawford is the ultimate playboy - wealthy, handsome, and charismatic. Yet, things are far from perfect. The successful club owner lives with the constant reminder of his dark past. Struggling to accept who he has become, he pushes everyone away by deflecting relationships that would be more than a one-night stand.
And then, there is Emily....
The naive second year psychology student, who is in a troubling relationship, becomes intrigued by Owen and feels an overwhelming desire to "fix him". As she gets closer to Owen, she discovers family secrets and lies that pull her deeper and deeper into his world.
Will Emily succeed in helping Owen, or will she become his next conquest?
Would you listen to The Right Kind of Wrong again? Why?
No, but that's only because I typically only listen to audiobooks once.
What other book might you compare The Right Kind of Wrong to and why?
Which scene was your favorite?
I enjoyed the scene when Owen and Emily went to the fair.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Not in particular. I did enjoy seeing Owen change throughout the story.
Any additional comments?
I enjoyed the book and the story. I wasn't a fan of the voice of Owen but I still enjoyed it and would recommend it to others.
I went into this story thinking it might not be something I usually read or liked and was pleasantly surprised that I did enjoy it. A bit like something you might see in a CW series, but that’s not a bad thing if you like new adult supernatural dramas. I’m hoping for another book from Danielle that goes more in depth about the dark magic side of the story and maybe gives Justin a happier chance at romance. ☺️
This is a great narration for The Right Kind Of Wrong. Get it for sure.