Winning Mr. Wrong by Marie Higgins Online

Winning Mr. Wrong
Title : Winning Mr. Wrong
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ISBN : 9781935217763
Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 202

Whoever said the quest for love wasn't comical never met Charlene Randall. Charley is looking for a man who wants to start a family, a man who will take her to the temple. Problem is, she has never dated a man for longer than three months. When she reads an internet article called "Ten Ways to Win Your Man," she decides to try it on her new coworker, Maxwell Harrington. MaWhoever said the quest for love wasn't comical never met Charlene Randall. Charley is looking for a man who wants to start a family, a man who will take her to the temple. Problem is, she has never dated a man for longer than three months. When she reads an internet article called "Ten Ways to Win Your Man," she decides to try it on her new coworker, Maxwell Harrington. Max was her crush in high school, but the superstar sports anchorman doesn't even remember her. Enter ladies' man Damien Giovianni, Charley's handsome neighbor, who agrees to help her win Max over. What follows is a hilarious tale of mishaps and misunderstandings where Charley learns that what she really needs may be right in front of her.


Winning Mr. Wrong Reviews

  • Breanna

    I really enjoyed this book. It was fun and comical. I will definitely read anything she writes in the future.

  • Sheryl C.s.

    I pulled this from my blog here: sherylcsjohnson/2Winning Mr. WrongI finally got my hands on Winning Mr. Wrong by Marie Higgins. I knew I had to read it the moment I saw the cover on . My first thought was, Who cares what it's about? It's the cutest book cover I’ve ever seen, it must be owned and read!Often you’ll find families that possess one common skill they excel in. Down the street from us there’s a family that oozes musical talent. Down the street from them, there’s another that h [...]

  • Kathy

    This was such a fun book! It kept me smiling and laughing throughout. For the first time in quite a while I stayed up late reading a book I didn't want to put down. Yes it was quite predictable. Just reading the title you know Charley's trying to win the wrong man through the help of the ridiculous Internet article. And yes the "right man" is so amazingly perfect he couldn't exist in real life, let alone live next door. But that's what makes this such a fun book. I kept thinking the article shou [...]

  • Kathryn

    cute fast read about being yourself and telling the truth about who you are in the dating world. This story is about a 30 year old research assistant at a tv station, Charleen or Charley that hasn't had luck with men. She finds an internet how to catch a man and decides to try it on the next man she goes after. The man happens to be a new coworker and her old high school crush, Max. Her list following does quite the opposite of what she wants. Instead of drawing her closer to max, she is drawn c [...]

  •  Mummy Cat Claire

    If you are looking for a short, escape reality, book, then this is the book for you. Higgins created a really cute story. I enjoyed reading about the characters and I wanted to find out what happened. The main characters, Charley was very funny and her experiences made me laugh. However, there were some things that I didn't like. One, this is supposed to be an lds novel. While it did speak of lds desires, these discussions felt forced. It really felt like the lds topic was inserted into the book [...]

  • Linda

    Charlene Randall, A Research Producer At Sacramento News Channel Nine And The Joke Of The Office Because She Could Not Keep A Man Any Longer Than Three Months, So When She Got Nervous She Babbled And Turned Into A Klutz Anyone Could Do It. The Sports Anchor Was Retiring And As If It Was Fate, His Replacement Was The Boy/Man She Had Lusted Over In High School! Yet When Max Harrington Was Introduce All That Came From Her Mouth Was A Squeak, How Humiliating!Damien Giovanni Was President Of GIO Prod [...]

  • Katie W

    Charlene, aka Charley, is determined to date a guy for longer than three months. She is a joke at her news station job because of this. Her suave Italian neighbor, Damien, only adds to her aggravation, since he's always dating some new "Barbie" and seems so perfect. When her old high school crush, Max, gets a job at the station and seemingly doesn't remember her, she decides to try out some dating rules she stumbled across on the Internet to see if she can't win him over. Damien helps her out, b [...]

  • Annalisa

    I am not a huge fan of modern lds fiction but this was still a cute story. Product Description:Whoever said the quest for love wasn't comical never met Charlene Randall. Charley is looking for a man who wants to start a family, a man who will take her to the temple. Problem is, she has never dated a man for longer than three months. When she reads an internet article called "Ten Ways to Win Your Man," she decides to try it on her new coworker, Maxwell Harrington. Max was her crush in high school [...]

  • Wanda Luce

    As I read "Winning Mr. Wrong," I kept think to myself how inicredibly clever it is. Clever is probably too weak of a word to describe this excellent book. Marie has a great gift for taking the reader inside her stories by interemingling vivid description with excellent dialogue and a depth of emotion that grows throughout the book. Ahh, and now I will never get this book out of my head because of the hero's reference to his heroine as mi amore. It left a real iimpact on my heart. I will never fo [...]

  • Betsy Love

    When Charley sets out to win the man of her dreams through a series of internet fail-proof steps, she is lead into one disaster after another. Damien, the womanizing neighbor tries to help her, which makes matters even worse. You will get plenty of laughs out of Charley's antics to win Max. I won't spoil it and tell you who she ends up, but you'll enjoy her discoveries about herself and why she can't seem to keep "Mr. Right" for more than three months. This sweet romance is refreshing and deligh [...]

  • Danielle Thorne

    I absolutely LOVED this book. Because I do contract editing, I don't read for pleasure often, and I rarely enjoy what I read when I do. This book has a wonderful, sweet storyline that is so light and funny, you'll want to read another one. Ms. Higgins characters are charming and authentic. The LDS background in the story isn't preachy or in-your-face; a reader of any faith will enjoy this Christian romance. A beautiful cover, a delectable voice and a fun story you won't want to end. When it does [...]

  • Charissa

    Cute LDS romance. Charley is ready to settle down and get married, and reads an article on the 10 ways to win a man. She begins using each step to win Maxwell Harrington, her crush from high school that has moved back into town and works at the TV station with her now. This story made me laugh at all of Charley's hilarious bloopers as she tries to win the wrong man with the help of her womanizer neighbor, Damien Giovanni.

  • Linda Nelson

    I normally do not read LDS Novels. This one I won as a Giveaway. I found it charming, sweet and cute.It is a story about a woman who follows a list to try and win the heart of a guy she thinks she has a crush on. In the end she learns the right one for you could be staring you right in the face and not know it.I would recomend this book to read, even if you are looking for a general romance novel.

  • Danni

    This book was funny. I have been reading quite a bit of humor lately and loving it. This girl is a disaster waiting to happen and she strikes quite frequently. Reminds me of my dating days. By the end of the book she found someone who made her feel comfortable and so have I. Good thing people can change.

  • Kaylynn Johnsen

    This book was so much better than Hearts Through Time that I wish there were 1/2 stars. That one should have been 2 1/2 and this one 3 1/2. The writing was tighter and I actually laughed out loud a couple of times. A sweet LDS romance with a completely likable heroine.

  • Katie

    I laughed out loud to this book over and over again. I liked almost all of this book, but toward the end the writing didn't seem to me to be consistent or lacked the same certain something from the rest of the book. But overall a great read.

  • Kristyn

    Her next door neighbor just happens to be a gourmet cook, know everything about hair, make-up clothing and decorating, good looking, LDS and Italian. A bit unbelievable, but what romance has a believable man in it. Cute book though and quite funny.

  • Jenn

    My MIL lent me this book during the holidays. (The author is from where my MIL lives.) I didn't get a chance to pick it up until a couple of days ago. It's a fun little romance novel. It's a little predictable but it's cute :)

  • Shauna

    They need to make a movie from this book!So CUTE!Girl trying to get guyOther guy trying to get girl by helping girl get first guyI won't spoil the endingbutIf you want romance with a good splattering of humorThis book is for you!

  • Brenda

    Funny, sweet romance about second chances and learning to trust again. Had me laughing out loud several times! Great characters that you were cheering on to find happiness. Great lessons about honesty:) Loved it!

  • Heather

    If you like cheesy romance than this is a good read. I liked the quirky situations that the protagonist gets into (at times a bit overdramatic). It is an LDS novel so it is clean and also it is easy read when you’re in the mood to be entertained.

  • Shellie

    Great read! Very funwn to earth, easy to believe story of two people who fall in love. Damien helps Charley, his next door neighbor try to win the affections of Max, one of Damien's ex friendsmply to find the two of them falling in love instead. Fun story!

  • Tamera Westhoff

    I really enjoyed this book! There was a lot of humor and just plain "goofiness!" The stuff that happens when she's trying to catch her guy are a whole lot crazy! I would hope that you would do more research into a guy before you try to "catch" him! The romance was sweet.

  • Debbie

    This was a very good book about someone who didn't know who she loved until she almost lost him.

  • Jessica Robison

    I really liked this author. I think her books are similar to Jeanette Rallison, although not quite as funny has Jeanette. Still, it was clean, fun, & very easy read. I would read more of her books!

  • Erica

    Fun, fast read.

  • Heather

    This was just too adorable not to love.

  • Madison Mcgraw

    Cute

  • Danyelle Ferguson

    This is a cute book with a light plot. I liked the characters and there were some pretty funny scenes. Perfect for someone who likes a quick read.

  • Emily Lund

    This book was constantly funny and equally surprising.