Wrong for you by Jenny Proctor


Lane Bishop is a hardworking, intelligent, beautiful young woman. And with her recent move to Chapel Hill, she is determined to leave behind the drama and effort of keeping up with the dating scene. Even so, Lan somehow manages to get dragged out by a gaggle of girls to go watch boys play soccer. Just watching is not Lane’s forte, so she joins in the fun and leads her team to victory.

Rather than feeling intimidated by the vivacious beauty on the opposing team, Jamie Hamilton is intrigued. Risking his “untouchable” dating status, he decides to pursue Lane—with a little help from his older brother Simon. With Simon’s behind-the-scenes assistance, Jamie proves irresistible, even to a disillusioned dater like Lane. But as she gets to know both brother, Lane can’t help but wonder—beneath the grand gestures and romantic words, is she falling for the wrong guy?

About the author:

Jenny Proctor writes from her home in the mountains of western North Carolina. She loves being a mom to six kids, loves being a writer, and loves being a Mormon in the South.

Jenny is convinced the four basic food groups should be fruit, bread, cheese, and chocolate, and she consumes plenty of each—quite often together. When she isn’t writing, Jenny likes to run, swim, and bike (because it balances out the bread, cheese, and chocolate).

Her first novel, The House at Rose Creek, was inspired by discoveries she made in her own family history. She has always felt strongly about the importance of family history work and has experienced firsthand the joy that such research can bring. To learn more about Jenny, visit her website at www.jennyproctor.com.

In Tiffany’s opinion:

I really enjoyed the theme of building relationships with family and the dedication they have towards one another. Lane was a strong and capable character, as well as Simon and Jamie. I also appreciated the competitive side to Lane’s personality, to “win” the untouchable guy. I could relate to Lane because when I was in college, my roommates and I made a deal about going out with a particular guy that we all wanted to date. I’m competitive in nature and eventually dated him. So, as I read this novel, it brought back some funny memories! I also enjoyed the text messages between the brothers, and it seemed realistic with how this kind of situation could have happened. Although an easy read, it also had depth. If you love a great love story, you will definitely love reading this book!

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