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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
Mr Right and Mr Wrong by Grigory Ryzhakov is the story of a common dilemma – which one do I choose? Twenty-something Chloe has thrown herself into her studies following a disastrous relationship breakup. For several months she has been unattached, sharing a flat with two of her best friends, the over-weight fun loving Trisha and their gay German friend Kurt. In the space of a few hours, she meets two very different men, both of whom want to see her again. Over the course of the next few months, Chloe embarks on a relationship with both men, keeping each secret from the other, while trying to juggle her studies, until the time comes to make a decision. But, which one does she choose – the stable career man with a financial background or the high flying DJ who seems to be a bit of a player?
Grigory Ryzhakov has written Mr Right or Mr Wrong in the present tense and, unlike many others, it seems to work for this story. It’s an extremely well-written story, one that has clearly been properly researched and women (and men as well) the world over will be able to identify with the dilemmas that face Chloe. It’s unusual to find a story such as this written by a man, especially one with a background in molecular biology and it makes a refreshing change to see it from a man’s perspective. Excellent story line, the characters fit together well and it all pulls together exactly as it should do. Looking forward to seeing more from this author