The Right Kind of Wrong by Jade Eby (Review + Playlist)
Kara Pierce has held onto the same dream since she was a little girl: to be the next Katie Couric.
Vince Gage, a budding filmmaker whose I-don’t-give-a-shit attitude cancels out his charm, almost ruined it for her once, and now he’s back, threatening to do it again.
When the two of them are paired together for a college competition with a $20,000 prize, the only thing they agree on is winning.
They return to Iowa where Kara grew up to research her grandfather’s service in World War II, instead they find themselves in the middle of a family scandal kept quiet for far too long.
As Kara and Vince investigate the scandal deeper, they realize the price of uncovering the truth is so much more than they bargained for.
100th book I finished this year! yay! 🙂
This is the story of Kate, a young journalist who’s all for investigating the truth and how a guy, Vince, messed things up for her before and seems to be doing it again.
However, life has other plans and Kate realizes that Vince is not the enemy. She also realizes that aside from finding out the truth about the world, finding out the truth about her own life is bigger to bear.
As she and Vince dig more, they begin to figure out something big that Kate’s Grandma has hidden from her her whole life. They also begin to realize how they are feeling for each other–and what they should do about it.
This book is a story of how a trip down your home can change your life. OF how there are things about ourselves that we don’t know about–and how these things can make or break us.
Fast paced and written in a way that will make you scream for more, this is a book that’s perfect for those down times and for when you feel like reading something good. Read this book now and find out what I mean.