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Reviewed by Courtnee Turner Hoyle for Readers' Favorite
Writing Mr. Right is a contemporary romance by Abigail Drake. After repeated writer’s block and a few scandals in the romance community, Liberty Day’s agent dumped her on the same day that her husband committed suicide. Her author friends weren’t having any better luck with their writing or in their marriages, so they each wrote a list of the qualities they hoped to find in their next romantic partner. They chose characteristics they thought they wanted in a partner, but they fell for men that fitted another friend’s description. Even though the men were different from the ones they thought they wanted, everything seemed to be going well until their desires conflicted with the lives they had built.
Abigail Drake has weaved together characters in a way that shouldn’t work but has turned the story into a brilliant romance with a hint of mystery. Readers will embrace each of the characters as they relate to at least one of them. The reader feels every emotion from shock and hurt to desire and happiness as Drake describes unlikely romances that seem to appear almost magically. The sprinkling of book descriptions and titles through the pages could be ideas for more novels by Drake and will encourage readers to devour more of her work. Even though it’s fiction, the book serves as a good lesson to move past your mistakes and reach for something good, even though it doesn’t fit into your idea of what you thought you wanted. Writing Mr. Right is a great choice for readers who love romances with multi-layered characters and depth.