Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Review: The Wrong Man by Delaney Diamond #InterracialRomance

The Blurb
They have nothing in common. So why can’t they stay away from each other?

Construction foreman Tomas Molina has no desire to settle down. He enjoys the single life too much, with all the choices of women available to him. But when ad executive Talia Jackson becomes single again, they start an affair that has him questioning his beliefs about relationships. And the next thing he knows, he’s the one demanding exclusivity.

Talia Jackson has always done what’s right. Gone to the right schools, worn the right clothes, and married the right man. Seeking a boost when her marriage ends in divorce, she finds comfort in the arms of Tomas Molina, a man who makes her feel alive in a way she never has before. Then an unexpected result of their affair forces her to make a tough decision—stay in the world she’s known all her life, or make a future with the man she’s grown to love.

My Review
This book was amazing. It moved at a pace that got me into the lives of both Tomas and Talia without bogging me down with too much back story. Although their attraction wasn’t instantaneous, having known each other for years before the start of the book, when it did spark it was an inferno.

Tomas’ confidence could’ve been a turn off if it didn’t match Talia’s so well. Both of them set each other off in a teasing manner from the beginning of the book.  I loved the concept of a confirmed bachelor having his head turned around unexpectedly by the woman meant for him. Only neither of them know they are meant to be together.

Ms. Diamond threw in a couple of curve balls to the relationship that had me raising my eyebrows in interest.  Not including the “unexpected result of their affair.”

I give this book five out of five chocolate bars.

I purchased this book from Amazon.


  1. Great review! Tomas and Talias' relationship definitely seems like a fun one to read about...

    1. I love it when both halves of a couple are smart asses.

  2. Sounds like a wonderful book.

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    1. I love Delaney Diamond. Love her!


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