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Got a Right to Be Wrong

K. L. Brady

Mass Market

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Paperback (1/31/2012)


From the author of The Bum Magnet comes an irresistible “comedy of errors for the hip-hop generation…a thoroughly modern tale of grown-up love, the endurance of friendship, and the strains—and comfort—of family” (Publishers Weekly).

But will she go through with it? What if her fiancé, gorgeous FBI agent Kevin Douglass, turns out to be like all of her worthless ex-lovers? Could he be just another bum in disguise? As if on cue, one week before the wedding, they hit a major bump in the road—a baby bump, that is— when Kevin reveals that a one-time hookup with his former FBI partner produced a little something extra. Thrown into a tailspin, Rissey turns to her beloved top-shelf vodka and her best friend Lamar, who makes no secret of his desire to replace Kevin. With the father Rissey has never known trying to connect and Kevin desperately trying to make things right, time is running out. . . . Will they survive the drama and make it down the aisle?

Praise For Got a Right to Be Wrong

It’s a Comedy of Errors for the hip-hop generation, as misunderstandings and trickery separate lovers meant to be together but sabotaged by well-meaning friends, jealous ex-lovers, and the destructive secrets of their proud and misguided families. Brady (The Bum Magnet) reprises her sassy, headstrong, successful realtor heroine Charisse, now getting ready to tie the knot with savvy G-man Kevin. But first, the couple will have to face down the myriad roadblocks hurled their way: Charisse’s trust issues, triggered by a bad marriage, her long-missing father, and brothers she never knew she had; a sneaky lover-in-waiting; Charisse’s secretive mom; and Kevin’s conniving baby mama and the love child they share. Charisse jumps to one wrong conclusion after another—offering a proclamation that gives this book its title—in the outlandish, comic, and charming tradition of the Bard himself. Brady updates an old theme for a new audience and finds a thoroughly modern tale of grown-up love, the endurance of friendship, and the strains—and comfort—of family.

- Publisher's Weekly

“Brady draws readers in immediately from the prologue and propels them straight through the drama, humor and the various twists and turns that will leave you exhausted but satisfied at the end of the novel. Charisse is not your typical heroine and that may be the strongest part of the story.”

4 Star Review

- Romantic Times

Pocket Books, 9781476704753, 352pp.

Publication Date: April 30, 2013

About the Author

K.L. Brady is a Washington, DC native but spent a number of her formative years in the Ohio Valley. She’s an alumnus of the University of the District of Columbia and University of Maryland University College, and she lives in the DC area with her son.