Synopsis: Ruby Davis has a crush on her brother’s best friend. At least, he was his bestie until the big betrayal. Now Drew is off limits to everyone, especially Ruby. She can’t stand the way people treat him, or the way he feels about himself. It isn’t right. And those deep green eyes are calling to her.
Drew is scarred and damaged, and he has no business even looking at Ruby. But he can’t help himself. She’s beautiful, but he does his best to stay away. When they are assigned a school project, they become reluctant friends – even though they want so much more.
She’s torn between her feelings for Drew and loyalty to her brother. There’s no way they can ever be together…but love just might find a way
Falling for the Wrong Guy is an incredible story that sheds light on topics such as grief and forgiveness. I enjoyed the family foundation of the story. Falling for the Wrong Guy is a beautifully touching read.
The plot to this story was great. I felt that the premise of the plot was interesting. In the end, I thought this book was beautiful. However, there were times that the plot fell flat. I wish that the ending was longer, too.
The characters in the story were tolerable. I loved Drew. I thought that Drew was the best character in the book. Despite my liking of Drew, I disliked Blake. Blake was a character who always depended on others. He was always reminding everyone of his pain. I loved the characters, but sometimes they felt one-dimensional.
Overall, I enjoy the story and think Falling for the Wrong Guy is worth the read. Featuring great characters and an interesting concept, readers will enjoy the book.
*Thank you to Sara Hantz and Entangled Teen for sending me this ARC.*