Wrong (Wrong #1) by Jana Aston

Wrong by Jana Aston
Pages: 286
Series: Wrong #1
on October 7, 2015

I have a history of picking the wrong guy. Gay? Player? Momma’s boy? Check, check and check.
Now I can’t stop fantasizing about one of the customers at the coffee shop I work at between classes. It’s just a harmless crush, right? It’s not like I ever see this guy outside of the coffee shop. It’s not like I’m going to see him while attempting to get birth control at the student clinic. While wearing a paper gown. While sitting on an exam table. Because he’s the doctor. Shoot. Me.
But what if, for once, the man I’ve had the dirtiest, most scandalous fantasies about turned out to be everything but wrong?

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

5 Grind Me Stars ⭐

Sophie is a college student who doesn’t have the greatest success rate when it comes to boys. Working as a barista when not studying she’s been crushing on the hot guy Luke who’s been coming in quite regularly.

When Sophie decides that it’s time to lose her V Card, she visits the campus clinic to sort out her contraception. But what are the chances that the gynaecologist in residence is none other than Luke, or should we say Dr Luke Miller?

Taking awkwardness to a whole new level, so commences a series of run ins that have Sophie and Luke crossing paths numerous times. It’s not long before their mutual attraction is revealed and they give into their urges. However relationships and love never comes without its obstacles, insecurities and ultimately dramas.

“Bitch, please. The guy is pushing forty and you’re a hot co-ed with a brand-new tight, shiny pussy. He’ll be back.”

Now some would wonder how one could possibly pull off this proposterous story, but Jana Aston fucking nailed it. She dared to venture into cringe worthy territory and annihilated it. I’m not one for romantic comedies (because half the time they’re actually not funny) but I was pissing myself laughing. ‘Wrong’ was effortless, the dialogue was witty, snort out loud funny, and delightfully filthy. I can feel a series reading marathon coming on…

Sophie’s friend Everly requires an honourable mention because she was the best kind of wacky and is the major character in the next book ‘Right’.