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Finding Mr Wrong by Charlie Cochet (audio review)

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Finding Mr Wrong by Charlie Cochet (audio review)

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About the Author
Charlie Cochet is an author by day and artist by night. Always quick to succumb to the whispers of her wayward muse, no star is out of reach when following her passion. From adventurous agents and sexy shifters, to society gentlemen and hardboiled detectives, there’s bound to be plenty of mischief for her heroes to find themselves in, and plenty of romance, too!

Currently residing in Central Florida, Charlie is at the beck and call of a rascally Doxiepoo bent on world domination. When she isn’t writing, she can usually be found reading, drawing, or watching movies. She runs on coffee, thrives on music, and loves to hear from readers.

Publication Date
December 22, 2017
Available Formats
Length 5 hours and 46 minutes
Narrated by: Andrew McFerrin

He’s nobody’s definition of Mr. Right—but that might make him perfect.

Matthew Hart is heir to the family fortune and owner of Hart & Home. When a near-death experience has him fretting over the future, he decides he needs a husband, and not just any husband—an appropriate man to protect the Hart legacy. The last thing Matthew expects is to cross paths with Jax Foster, his first love and the boy who crushed his heart when he disappeared.

Jax is unlikely to make Matthew’s list of suitable candidates. Bad boy, vagabond, deep in debt, with a father who can’t keep out of trouble, Jax has nothing to offer—except his heart and a second chance at the romance they never got to explore.

Editor reviews

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5 stars
Narrator. Andrew McFerrin. 

Story. 5 Stars
Narration. 5 stars. 
Overall. 5stars. 

Finding Mr Wrong is a stand-alone second chance love story, with a touch of intrigue and danger, that kept me guessing, and riveted, from beginning to end. I loved the narration by Andrew McFerrin, with each character’s ‘voice’ appropriately different, and spot on, to my ear. 

Matthew Hart has a highly successful career running the family furniture business, Hart and Home. The company has been producing exquisite pieces since it was founded by Matthew’s great grandfather, and Matthew wants to continue this legacy now that he’s taken over from his father, Martin. The only fly in the ointment is his avaricious cousin, Bryce; a man who believes he should be running the company; despite a complete lack of vision or the appropriate temperament for the job. After an allergic reaction almost kills him, Matthew begins to reevaluate his life. He realises how alone he is and enlists his friend and assistant, Adam, to help search for a husband. Finding Mr right would fill a void, and hopefully ensure a line of succession in the company that excludes his slimy cousin. When making a list of attributes for his prospective husband Matthew reminisces about his first and only love, Jax Foster, who disappeared from his life twenty years ago breaking his heart and his trust. When Martin contacts Adam with the name of a new artist for the company’s stable, Adam and Martin hatch a plot to bring Martin and the artist together. 

Jax Foster has had an incredibly hard life. With a grifter for a father he has spent the last twenty years running from debt collectors and enforcers. Jax has changed his name to J. Dustin, for business purposes, and to protect himself, and his father, from past mistakes. He is finally starting to achieve his dream of owning a business, employing his incredible artistic genius, to produce one-off pieces for discerning clients. Being roughed up by collectors is getting really old, as is their hand to mouth existence, and a commission from a wealthy client might just give him the break he deserves. 

When Martin walks into J. Dustin’s studio to meet the company’s new artist the last thing he expects to see is the beautiful man who broke his heart all those years ago. His initial hurt and fury soon morph into a rekindling of the sizzling chemistry he shared with Jax in his youth. Letting himself go to trust again is going to take some doing, but with a meddling best friend and two fathers helping things along, perhaps finding Mr right may be easier than Matthew first thought. Of course not everyone sees things their way, and with others trying to convince him that Jax is wrong for him things are about to get difficult, if not down-right dangerous. 

Finding Mr Wrong is, first and foremost, a heartwarming love story with lots of sizzling chemistry between the two MC’s. The side characters range from sassy, loving and loyal, to bitter and conniving. I adored Adam and found Bryce, and his money-grubbing wife, suitably nasty. There was some angst and a dangerous adversary, or two, but that only added more layers to the love story at the heart of this book. I was kept guessing as to who the real villain of the piece was, until the very end of the book, and that made for a more riveting listen. There was also a highly satisfying HEA that left a smile on my face when I finished. 
A thoroughly engaging and enjoyable story, narrated expertly by Andrew McFerrin. 
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