The wrong brother part of this book reminded me of Dan in Real Life and While You were Sleeping, two movies I really like. Everything surrounding that is different but the whole I'm with the wrong brother thing was similar. It is a fun trope because it is difficult to guess how the happily ever after part is going to come about. One just has to enjoy the ride to see how it will play out.
While there is no sex on the page, there is innuendo and people living together. And there is some language throughout, though the mom is often telling them to watch their language.
It is refreshing that the brother that is so obviously wrong for Kennedy, does actually love her and cares what happens to her. He is a good guy really but very egocentric. And he takes Kennedy for granted. I was glad to see him make actual changes in his life. I was also glad to see Kennedy make some changes too. She is so single minded with her business that she can't see what is in front of her and makes excuses for anything that doesn't fit in her set plan. I liked Matt too except initially he was too much of a player for my tastes.
I listened to the audiobook and thought the narrator did a good job.
Sex: implied, innuendo
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