Sure Thing (Best Laid Plans #1) by Jana Aston

Sure Thing by Jana Aston
Series: Best Laid Plans #1
on October 10, 2017

Have you ever set out to have a one night stand with a sexy stranger?No? I’m the only one?Just kidding, I would never. Ever.Not usually.  But then I figured, why not? My entire life I’ve been good and it’s gotten me nowhere.No job. No apartment. No boyfriend.  I’m owed a little fun, aren’t I? A reward for being good.Sure, a new pair of shoes would be more appropriate, but Mr. Sexy Stranger is more appealing. And when he speaks—in that British accent—it’s a done deal. Every American woman has a hot British guy fantasy. Well, most do. I haven't taken a poll or anything, but I’m pretty sure it’s a fact.  Except… You know that saying about best-laid plans? Good, because I don’t either, but I assume they go awry.Like my one night stand…

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

5 Twin Switcheroo Stars ⭐️

Sure Thing is the first book about identical twin Violet and starts off with a bang, quite literally. Where being sensible is Violet’s jam, Daisy her twin is out there living her life to the fullest.

Taking a leaf out of her sister’s book, Violet decides a wild night out is what she needs to help her forget about the mess she finds herself in.
Violet is jobless and sleeping on her sisters couch after her boyfriend makes her break up with herself (yep apparently it’s a thing)….
Deciding on a spontaneous one-night stand, Violet arms herself with a cringe worthy pickup strategy based on a women’s magazine and heads to a bar. How this girl miraculously hooks the ‘Hot Brit’ Jennings needs to be read to be believed.
After a night of hot sex, they both go their separate ways, neither expecting to encounter one other again.

As Violet is unemployed, her sister Daisy convinces her to cover for her as a tour guide for a week by switching with her. Pfft nobody will notice she said…
Here commences the chain of event of mistaken identities beginning with the bus driver she supposedly shagged (who wants a repeat) and her one-night stand Jennings who happens to be on this tour. It had me grinning the whole time reading this book.

This book was a fantastic read. Violet was a great combination of awkward without being an idiot and her internal dialogues kept me totally amused. Combined with a totally swoony ‘British’ Jennings who totally adored all of Violet’s idiosyncrasies, it would make any hopeless romantic happy! Let’s not forget to mention how hot this book was.