Check out our review of Two Wrongs Make a Right by Chloe Liese. A funny and heartwarming contemporary romance.

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contemporary romance

Two Wrongs Make a Right

The Wilmot Sisters #1
November 22, 2022

Tropes
  • Fake Relationship
  • Bisexual
  • Friends to Lovers
  • Epistolary

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Two Wrongs Make a Right Book Review

An adorable romance and great representation? Sign me up. Bea Wilmot and Jamie Westenberg don’t have anything in common except a group of acquaintances and a meet-disaster. Then the people closest to them play Cupid and trick them into going on a date. To try to get revenge, Bea and Jamie decide to fake date before having a spectacular breakup. But when it turns out it’s actually pretty easy to pretend to be in love, they start to wonder if maybe two wrongs make a right after all. Chloe Liese has an amazing ability to craft wonderful romantic stories with depth and complexity. This book was no exception. Bea and Jamie all had moments of frustration along with moments where they are so extremely relatable. Although I can’t speak to the authenticity of the neurodivergent representation (Bea has autism and Jamie has anxiety and compulsions), it feels very realistic and in-line with my own experiences. Of course, everyone’s experience is different, but seeing these nuanced representations as one component of a story that’s ultimately really about love and finding partnership makes me so happy. I want more of these kinds of books. Outside of the representation, the rest of this book was also great. Bea and Jamie are adorable and so there for each other in every moment. There’s a lot of open communication and understanding about boundaries and limitations. Despite some difficulties, Bea’s sisters and friend group are also supportive and feel three-dimensional. I don’t know what the plans are, but I really hope we get Juliet and Kate’s stories! Usually when I write a review, I have a clear set of things that didn’t work for me for a particular book. However, I don’t really have anything that I didn’t like and/or appreciate about this story.

There were definitely some tough moments that I might have preferred were not included (read the content warnings letter at the beginning of the book), but I completely understand why they are there and can appreciate the additional components/complexity they add to the story and the future series (I’m assuming that’s happening, and I will be so sad if it doesn’t!). In case it wasn’t already clear, I definitely recommend reading this book. It’s a beautiful romance and had many moments that were funny (I actually laughed out loud a few times), heartwarming, or heartbreaking. Whether or not you’ve ever read a book by Chloe Liese, you don’t want to miss out on this one!


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