Disclosure; I received a complementary copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion. This has no effect in my review. All opinions are 100% my own.
This was one of those books that had me drawn in from the very beginning. This is an awesome book about getting second chances! I think that everyone deserves at least one second chance in life, and I was happy to read that Cambri and Jace got theirs! I think my favorite person in the book would have to be Cambri’s dad, Harvey! He is the reason that Cambri is back in her hometown of Bridger, Colorado. He suffered a heart attack, and Cambri came back to look over him for a couple of weeks until he got a clear note from his doctor.
This book is a super quick read, or maybe I read it so quickly because I enjoyed it so much! I don’t know but I didn’t want to put it down! Even though this is book #3 in the Ripple Effect Romance Series, it can still be read as a stand alone, which is good because I haven’t read the other 2 books, but you bet your bottom dollar that now that I have read this one, I will head straight over to Amazon and buy the first 2!
This book is very PG. No swearing, nothing more sexual happens in it than kissing, yet it was still an amazing book! If Michael (age 8) walked up to me & asked to read it, I would have no hesitations in letting him read Righting a Wrong.
I envy Cambri of doing what she wanted to do, not really caring what anyone else thought of her decisions! Especially at such a young age. I always wanted to do more than I did after I graduated high school, see more of the country after I graduated high school, but I didn’t.
Over all, I rate this book 5 stars and I highly recommend it!