Wrong by Jana Aston
Narrated by Erin Mallon
Erotic Romantic Comedy. First Standalone in a Related Series.
Jana Aston’s books have been on my TBR for a while now. She’s hysterical on Facebook, so I really wanted to read her books but could never squeeze it in. I finally grabbed Wrong on Audible and I’m glad I did! It was everything I hoped, especially since it was the author’s debut novel. What convinced me was actually a negative review that said it was like Twilight, Fifty Shades and Seduction & Snacks rolled into one. Hell Yeah, I loved all of them, how could I go wrong?
Sophie has been crushing on the suited man who comes into the coffee shop she works at every Tuesday. She is a senior in college and still a virgin, but she has had some super dirty fantasies about Mr. Tuesday. She is ready to give up her V card to a guy she is seeing, so she goes to the campus clinic to get on the pill and of course, her Tuesday crush turns out to be her doctor. SO. AWKWARD. (I loved how she tucked her undies and bra away! I do that too.)
“My cervix looks great. Is that a gynecologist pickup line? I laugh internally.”
Obviously Dr./patient rules go out the window, because when these two run into each other again, all bets are off—he’s not going to let some loser take her virginity when he’s wanted her for months.
I loved how dirty, bossy, possessive and protective he was. Considering I was 19 and my husband was 27 when we met, I like a big age difference (I think he was 36, she was 21 in this book).
“Do you want me to strip those tiny jeans off your body? Bend you over my knee? You want my palm slapping against your ass till it turns bright pink? Until my fingers slip between your thighs to test how wet you are?”
There was very little angst, not much character development and there were a couple of loose ends I would have liked to see tied up better, but it was still a totally sexy, fun read, and I absolutely look forward to reading more in the series, especially because I have heard they get way better as the series of standalones continues.
“It’s so wrong that it feels so good.”
“It’s never wrong when I’m inside you. Never.”
- Delicious, protective, possessive, dirty talking, kinky alpha.
- Way hotter and kinkier than I expected. (Can you say anal?)
- Her friend Everly cracked me up.
- I actually loved the age gap.
- Laughed out loud a number of times.
- I’ll admit, the older Doctor Fantasy was always one of mine, so I liked that 🙂
- Her inner dialogue was the best!
- She is not a doormat.
- Getting Lukes POV at the end (I wish we had more!)
- Great epilogue.
- A virgin having an orgasm during a pelvic exam?
- I felt like there was a loose end or two that wasn’t really tied up.
- While I loved the age gap, it was never really discussed. My husband is 8 years older than me and brings stuff up all the time that was “before my time”.
- I love dirty talk, but I’m not a huge fan of the derogatory dirty talk.
- Very low on character development and communication.
I felt the narrator was a little older and a little sadder sounding than I would have liked, so it didn’t really add to the book, I might have thought it funnier from the voice in my head if I read it instead of listened. But I don’t think the narration detracted from the book either.
The Down & Dirty:
Rating: 4.25 stars, 5 Heat, 4 Narration