Getting It Right


Selene dates one man after the other, from her abusive husband to a bad boy lover, but she can’t seem to find the right guy for her. There are plenty of potential candidates to choose from, but finding the right match proves next to impossible. When Beck McNeal, a handsome, educated, worldly man starts paying attention to her, she thinks it’s another relationship doomed to fail. But when a goddess is involved, and Beck and Selene can’t deny their attraction to each other any longer, this relationship might just work out. 

Selene is an interesting character. At the start of the book, she has lost all her faith in ever finding the perfect match, so she’s a little grumpy. But the more time she spends with Beck, the more she opens up and shows a funny, quirky side of herself. 

Beck too, goes through a lot of changes from the moment he meets Selene. At first, he’s reluctant, always distancing himself from emotions and feelings, afraid to just listen to his heart. The more time he spent with Selene, the more he allowed himself to hope for a happy ending of his own. 

The paranormal twist worked out great, and the plot was enjoyable. Some of the secondary characters lacked personality though, and seemed rather one-dimensional, hence the four star rating. 

Majanka Verstraete