Right (Wrong #2) by Jana Aston

Right by Jana Aston
Pages: 264
Series: Wrong #2
on April 6, 2016

My childhood was perfect.
I’ve led a charmed life, and I’m not going to blow it now by picking the wrong guy.
I’ve got my sights set on my brother’s best friend.
He’s known my family for years. He’s reliable and kind and handsome.
Sure, he’s been avoiding me since I was six.
I’m a bit aggressive for him, maybe.
But he’s the one… right?

Also in this series: Wrong, Trust
Also by this author: Good Girl, Times Square, Sure Thing, Plan B, Wrong, The Boss Who Stole Christmas, If You Give A Jerk A Gingerbread, The One Night Stand Before Christmas, Trust

4 Dreams & Schemes Stars ⭐

Most would say that Everly is a bit much. She’s used to being in control and going after what she wants, even if one would perceive it as overstepping.
Everly firmly believes that she’s been in love with Finn Camden since she’s was 6 years old. Now whether he reciprocates her feelings is irrelevant isn’t it, if they’re meant to be?

However when Everly meets a man that really is her equal, she begins to question everything she thought she knew. And she might have to admit that Finn isn’t the kind of man she needs, but his brother Sawyer could be.

“It’s okay to rewrite your happily ever after, Everly. Sometimes the right guy is the one you never see coming.”

Sawyer Camden is charmed the minute he lays eyes on Everly. He is impressed with her antics in trying to woo his brother even if completely misplaced. He will need to convince her to reset her sights on the right man which is him. Fortunately he’s had more years to hone his skills at the art of manipulation. It soon becomes apparent how well matched these two really are.

“I snort. So fucking confident, this guy.

“I bet. I bet women bend right over this desk for you,”

I lean forward and place my hands on the desk and drop one shoulder seductively.

“I bet they’re all, ‘Oh, Sawyer, it’s so big. I don’t think it’s gonna fit.’

Newsflash for you. They’re lying. It always fits.””

Well if I thought Jana Aston couldn’t produce a book as good as ‘Wrong’, I’m bloody thrilled to be mistaken. ‘Right’ was an amazing follow-up. With characters that continue to make us cringe and crack up laughing, she proves that she is Rom Com gold. This author keeps impressing us by giving us stories that are simply a pleasure to read. Now off to the next book….