Happy Fourth Night Owls! It’s Kat and I hope you’re having an amazing day because you guys are in for a treat today. I’m finally sharing my review of The Wrong Side of Right by Jenn Marie Thorne. In this novel, we follow Kate Quinn. Kate has just discovered that she is the illegitimate daughter of a Republican Senator running for President. At first, I didn’t think I would like this book, but I was so wrong. I loved it so much that I gave it 5/5 stars!
At the start of the story, we meet Kate who has just finished her APUSH final and there is a herd of reporters waiting outside to greet her because the identity of Kate’s father has been leaked to the press. Kate’s father is Senator Mark Cooper who is trying to gain the Republican nomination for President. As to be expected, Kate is in complete shock. Less than a year ago, her mother died and she was sent to live with her aunt and uncle whom she hardly knew in South Carolina. Now she has a father, a step-mother, and younger twin siblings. The Senator’s campaign team would like Kate to join them on the campaign trail. Kate has moved into the Cooper family home, joined his campaign even though she hardly knows him, and has fallen for a rebellious boy who might not have the best motives. Kate must decide who she truly is when some sensitive issues become the campaign’s main talking points.
When I first saw this book in Barnes & Noble, I thought this book was just going to be a nice beach read, but this book took me by surprise. I enjoyed the role that immigration played in the novel, especially with everything happening today at the U. S. borders. With Midterm elections coming, I highly encourage you guys to read this book.
Go out and enjoy some fireworks!