Mr. Right Goes Wrong (Rightbrain Romance Book 1)

Mr. Right Goes Wrong (Rightbrain Romance Book 1)

"I've read all her books and loved every word." -Jude Deveraux. No More Mr. Nice Guy.Like a bad-choice-making boomerang, Mazy Gulliver has returned to her mom’s tiny house in Brandt Mountain. But this time, she’s got her teenage son, Tru, in tow and no intention of messing up ever again.Mazy’...

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“I’ve read all her books and loved every word.” -Jude Deveraux. 

No More Mr. Nice Guy.

Like a bad-choice-making boomerang, Mazy Gulliver has returned to her mom’s tiny house in Brandt Mountain. But this time, she’s got her teenage son, Tru, in tow and no intention of messing up ever again.Mazy’s so determined to rebuild her life she hardly minds beingthe new loan collector, or even working for Tad, her ex. She’s not here to make friends–or fall in love.

Sweet, dependable Eli Latham has loved Mazy since they got pretend married in second grade. But after being burned by Mazy for two decades, Eli’s got a new strategy. Mazy likes bad boys, so a bad boy is what he’ll be. How hard can it be to act like a jerk?

Not for the first time, men are making Mazy crazy, though she’s determined to do what’s right for her and Tru. But breaking old habits is hard, and if she really wants things to change she’ll have to face her biggest adversary: herself.


“Like Lavyrle Spencer, Pamela Morsi writes tender books about decent people struggling to find love.” — Susan Elizabeth Phillips

“Pamela Morsi is a perennial favorite for a good reason… she writes the perfect feel-good read.” – Susan Wiggs


Rightbrain Romance

  1. Book 1: Mr. Right Goes Wrong
  2. Book 2: Love Overdue
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Genre: Women's Fiction
Publisher: Gnarly Wool Publishing
Publication Year: 2020
ASIN: B07YNS88H9
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Pamela Morsi

Pamela Morsi is a USA Today, Waldenbooks, and Barnes & Noble bestselling author of romance. She broke into publishing in 1991 with Heaven Sent and has been gracing readers with at least a book a year ever since. Two of her novels, Courting Miss Hattie (1992) and Something Shady (1996), won the Romance Writers of America’s RITA Award, the highest honor in romance publishing, and others have been RITA finalists. Her books have won critical praise from her peers, and she continues to be a shining star in the industry.

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