Tuesday, November 20, 2018

FALLING FOR MR. WRIGHT by Robyn Neeley ~ Interview, Part 2


Falling for Mr. Wright (Bachelors in Suits, #1)
by: Robyn Neeley
Series: Bachelors in Suits
Genre: Romantic Comedy/Contemporary Romance/Christmas
Release Date: December 4, 2017
Publisher: Entangled Lovestruck
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She’s everything he doesn’t want. He’s everything she needs.

After being dumped two weeks before his wedding, civil engineer Ryan Wright’s not interested in love. Been there, done that, had the wedding deposits to prove it. Still, he can’t help lusting after the fiery redheaded executive assistant who’s stirring up feelings that aren’t exactly appropriate for the office.

Sarah Leonard is determined to make the CEO fall in love with her. To execute her plan, she’s going to need a little help in the form of her lunch buddy, the 6’2” office hottie who just so happens to be their boss’s best friend. Who better to tell Sarah everything she needs to know to win the other man’s heart?

Ryan agrees to help Sarah put her plan in motion, but he has no intention of helping her win anything. In fact, it’s time to show his office crush that he’s the guy she should be falling for…


Hi Robyn. Welcome back to Read Your Writes Book Reviews. Let’s talk about Falling for Mr. Wright. What three words would you use to describe Falling for Mr. Wright?
Funny, Festive & Heartwarming

If you could pick a theme song for Sarah Leonard and Ryan Wright what would it be?
Friends to Lovers by Gloria Loring & Carl Anderson (Ha, does that give the trope away?)

That is really the perfect song for them! In Falling for Mr. Wright, Sarah and Ryan find their happy for now. It’s been almost a year since their story came out. Where do you see them today?
I see them still working at NPH Designs, Sarah running around the office with a Santa hat filled with employee names, this year making sure she pulls out Ryan’s name to be his Secret Santa. Ryan, on the other hand, is sneaking kisses any chance he can get thanks to the mistletoe he keeps in his pocket for when Sarah pops by his office.

😄 Because I’m in love with him, I can’t do this interview and not ask about Logan Scott. Where do you see him?
I love him so much, too! Logan’s being Logan - sexy, mysterious, loyal, a romantic at heart. He’s still leading NPH Designs, putting it on the map as the leading architectural firm dedicated to designing eco-friendly office space. Oh, and hanging out with Neil Patrick Harris. (In the book, we learn what NPH really stands for and not him losing a bet to the actor.)

That was a really sweet reveal. If you could spend one day with one character from the book who would it be and what you guys do?
Both Ryan and Sarah love rollercoasters. I’d have a blast with them at an amusement park. I’d also have a lot of fun shoe shopping with Sarah!

What are some of your holiday traditions?
I love spending time with family, eating way too many Christmas cookies and watching all the Hallmark Channel Christmas movies!

What’s next for you?
I'm currently wrapping up the final book in my Bachelors of Buttermilk Falls series, All Dressed Up, and then heading to Honey Springs, California next to spend a year in a town that Bee-lieves in Love!

Robyn, thank you so much for coming back and talking more about Falling for Mr. Wright. I have to admit I found myself reading parts of the book for a second time. I really think I loved it more this time around.
Thank you so much for having me, Kim! Falling for Mr. Wright is currently $0.99 at all e-retailers now through November 26. Happy Holidays!

Sarah Leonard hurried down the hallway of NPH Designs, the eco-friendly architectural design firm where she worked, clutching the felt Santa hat full of employee names to her chest. Her red patent leather heels click-click-clicked on the shiny cork flooring. The holly-jolly man’s eight tiny reindeer had nothing on her. Not when she set her mind to something. In this case, a plan she hoped would change her life.

Oh, yes. Getting things done was her superpower. She skidded to a stop at her destination and closed herself in the familiar office, breathless with anticipation. Ryan Wright faced the window, his hands shoved in the pants pockets of his black suit. Sarah always teased him on days he dressed up, but not even she was immune to the effect he had on women. With his short blond hair, piercing blue eyes, and tall, athletic build, her commitment-phobic friend left a trail of broken hearts wherever he went.

Lucky for her, as a civil engineer, he usually went the casual route of khakis and button-down shirts. It helped tone down the sex appeal. A little. Okay, not really. But Ryan’s sex appeal was neither here nor there. Unable to restrain her excitement for another second, she blurted out, “I need you to help make Logan fall in love with me.”

Ryan turned around and leaned over his speakerphone. “Hey, guys. My apologies, but I’ve got to cut this call short.” He grinned up at Sarah and added, “I’ll email over the final designs by noon.”

Her mouth dropped open. Had everyone in the company just heard her declaration? Had their boss, Logan? Stomach sinking to her feet, she dropped into the white chair opposite his desk, her air supply suddenly cut off. Was she hyperventilating? She buried her head into the opening of the Santa hat and tried to breathe.

“Hey, Red. You okay?” She would have believed his concern if there weren’t a hint of amusement in his voice. She knew that tone all too well. They joked around all the time, but not usually at her expense. She squashed the hat against her chest.

“Please tell me Logan wasn’t on the call.”

“I could.” He pried the Santa hat from her hands and set it on his desk next to him. “But then I’d be lying, and I’m really trying to stay on the big guy’s nice list this year.”

She groaned. “Santa’s or Logan’s?”

“Does it really matter?”

“Crap.” She closed her eyes. Now she’d be out the job she loved. How could she be so stupid? Coming up with the idea to enlist Ryan’s help to make the CEO—Ryan’s best friend—fall in love with her seemed like the perfect plan when she’d come up with it five minutes ago. Okay, it had some noticeable holes, namely Ryan’s reaction. However, when impulse struck, she had a habit of going for it. Why couldn’t she be more like her roommate, Chloe, who carefully weighed every outcome before acting? Because impulsive was Sarah’s middle name, that’s why. What she should have done was make herself a warm cup of peppermint hot chocolate, sit her butt down in front of her computer, and craft Ryan a private message from her Facebook account, promptly deleting it until she’d thought this through.

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You can also read my first Falling for Mr. Wright interview with Robyn here.

Robyn Neeley is an east coast gal who loves to explore super cute small towns; watches way more reality TV than she cares to admit; can't live without Dunkin Donuts coffee; and has never met a Christmas cookie she didn't like. She writes contemporary romance with humor and heart.

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