Release Blitz ✩ Right to My Wrong (The Heroes of the Dixie Wardens MC #8) by Lani Lynn Vale + Review

Right to My Wrong
 The Heroes of the Dixie Wardens MC #8 
By Lani Lynn Vale

Release Date: February 3, 2016
Photographer: Furious Fotog 
Cover Model: Chase Ketron 

Sterling and Ruthie have more things in common than they realize, even though from the outside it doesn’t seem like they do.
Sterling is a decorated war hero.
Ruthie is an ex-con.
Their two worlds should’ve never collided, but fate has a way of turning life in the direction least expected. Now Ruthie has to try to come to terms with the fact that she’s in love with a biker who’s also a decorated Navy SEAL. One who leaves for months at a time with little to no advance warning, taking her heart with him each time he goes.
Sterling has a lot of things to overcome in order to have Ruthie, the biggest being her mind.
She doesn’t think she’s good enough.
He thinks she’s perfect.
Now it’s up to him to show her just how right he can be.

With a heavy heart and my head hung low I would have to say that Sterling and Ruthie's story was not a favorite of mine. I've loved every and all books from Lani Lynn but this was not one of them. My reason being is that I honestly felt that the story had some missing pieces and some far-fetched events. For example, Sterling and Ruthie both come from foster homes that they've both had bad experiences with. But the end result of their families colliding together was a little bit too much for me. Also Sterling had such a strong heart for the MC and his military life but he then makes a drastic change in careers at the end of the book. I honestly could not understand how he made the change so easily. As for Ruthie I needed her to have some resolve with her close friend Lily. Ruthie really needed to share with Lily what took place in her marriage and the ending results of it. 

The story behind this book was a good one and had some really great moments. Like getting to see Ruthie strive and grow strong after all that she had suffered. Sterling finally understanding what took place in his foster home with a foster sister. But by far the best of the book was getting to see a happy ending for both Sterling and Ruthie. 

This will not stop me from reading any of Lani Lynn's future books. It just reminds me that sometimes I might not agree with my most favorite author and her beloved characters. 

I’m a married mother of three. My kids are all under 5, so I can assure you that they are a handful. I’ve been with my paramedic husband now for ten years, and we’ve produced three offspring that are nothing like us. I live in the greatest state in the world, Texas.