Book Review: Always Right by Mindy Klasky



Not a home run for me, but definitely a triple.

I enjoyed reading about Amanda and Kyle. I liked Amanda’s quirky habit of jotting down numbers when she became stressed, as well as her overall connection to numbers and math in general. Although not a superstitious person myself, I found Kyle’s habits adorable. I’ve heard of baseball players having superstitions, and I was pleased to see that the author expanded on that.

I’m all for family helping family, but I found Amanda’s family rather bothersome. I felt as if they took advantage of her. Althought they didn’t mean to, I felt they should’ve known better. I’m sure somebody visited her apartment at some time or another – since they were all so close- so they shouldn’ve been able to tell that she wasn’t a rich attorney by any means. On that same note, she should’ve just been honest instead of taking on all that responsibility. I also felt like Kyle should’ve been stronger and given her more of a challenge. But hey, I guess without all that there wouldn’t have been as much of a story.

I think it was well worth the time I spent reading it, and I look forward to reading about the other diamond brides.

Rating system: Cups of coffee – the less the better

0: You won’t need any coffee to stay up for this one. It’s intriguing enough all on its own.
1: You’ll stay up late, but not all night. Brew one cup.
2: You’ll read as long as you’re not tired. If you are, two cups should do the trick.
3: I hope you got plenty of rest; you’ll need it, or at least 3 cups.
4: If the cable goes out, read the book. It’s better than nothing, I guess. Oh, don’t forget your brew!
5: Find anything else to do- doesn’t matter what it is. Don’t waste your coffee. Too much caffeine is bad for you.

My rating: 2 cups

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