Book Blitz: Wrong by Jana Aston

Jana Aston
Publication date: October 7th 2015
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance

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?

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“Sophie, he’s going to be back for more. Trust me.”

I load a tray of cupcakes and slide them into the bakery case. “I don’t know, Everly. He’s really sophisticated and clearly lives a lifestyle a long ways from Cowbell Lane,” I say, referencing my grandparents’ home in Willow Grove.

“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.”

My eyes widen. “Everly, Jesus!”

“Just saying.” She holds her hands up in mock defense before breaking into a huge grin.

“You don’t really think he’s forty, do you?”

“He just turned thirty-six in August.”

“How do you know that?”


“You Googled him?”

“You didn’t?” Everly looks aghast.

“Uh, no.” Truthfully I thought about it, but I didn’t want to get any more invested in him than I already am.

“Well, look what the pussy dragged in.” Everly is smirking.

“Everly, that’s not the saying. It’s ‘cat.’ ‘Look what the cat dragged in.’”

“Oh, I think I’ve got the saying right. He’s here.”

My stomach explodes in nerves as I glance towards the door. Luke is here. I wondered if he’d stick to his normal Tuesday routine and stop here for coffee. I’ve figured out this Grind Me location is between his Rittenhouse Square condo and the student clinic, but it’s hardly the only route he could take or stop he could make.

My heart is beating so fast as I take him in. Is he going to speak to me or go back to just ordering coffee and leaving like he has the last several weeks?

He’s in a navy suit today, crisp white shirt and a silvery blue tie. And then my heart stops beating so fast. There’s a hand on his arm. I follow that hand to the redhead from Saturday night.

Author Bio:

Jana Aston likes cats, big coffee cups and books about billionaires who deflower virgins. She wrote her debut novel while fielding customer service calls about electrical bills, and she’s ever grateful for the fictional gynecologist in Wrong that readers embraced so much she was able to make working in her pajamas a reality. Jana’s novels have appeared on the NYT, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists, some multiple times. She likes multiples.

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Trust (Jana Aston)



“Knock knock!”
“Um… Who’s there?”

Yeah. That was me, on my last date. Before you feel sorry for me you should know that I was the one telling the jokes. Jokes as in plural, because I didn’t stop with just one. Of course not. 

Hi, I’m Chloe Scott. The most awkward single girl in the city.

But I’m going to get it together. I am. 

I’m going to learn how to date like a grown up.
I’m going to have an orgasm not given to myself. 
I’m going to fall in love and live happily ever after. 

Right after I get out of this interrogation room. 

OMG, this one was definitly my favorite book of this series so far!

WRONG (WRONG #1) | RIGHT (WRONG #2) | Fling (Wrong #2.5)

I had found book 2 hilarious, but this third book just blew it out of the park for me. I liked it so much! Once again, the writing was hilarious, with the added bonus of this one being told in dual POV. AWESOME!

But for me, the thing that makes this book apart from the previous two is the big shift of power. Just like the 2 previous books, and the novella, Boyd is older than Chloe, he’s got money, he’s established, but unlike the other stories, Chloe holds all the power in their relationship, even when she’s not truly aware of it.

I really liked both these characters. Chloe was just as funny as her BFF Everly – and I was so happy to see all the girls together having regular time with each other. But contrary to Everly, Chloe suffers from social anxiety, which seeps into her life regularly and especially affects her disastrous dating life. I really like how the author dealt with her anxiety, and the fact that the problem doesn’t go away magically just because she finds a great guy. Instead, it takes her a long long time to be comfortable with her new reality, and I found that extremely believable.

Boyd really surprised me. Yeah, he was an alpha male, just like all the other dudes, but he was incredibly patient, and I loved that he read Chloe and tried to keep her at ease at all times. I felt like he truly understood her problems and tried to be there for her as best as he could, while dealing with his own feelings at the same time.

I just really liked their connection, and that contrary to the previous 3 stories, this one didn’t go way too fast, because I don’t think that Chloe would be able to deal with that. Instead, Boyd and Chloe took their time, became a very cool and low key couple, without any of the pressure that plagues their best friends. I thought the pacing was just right!

Also, I’m so glad that this plot was completely different from Wrong and Right. One of the things that bothered me about Right, even though I totally loved it, was that the plot felt a bit too much like Wrong. But not in this one!

This was a great ending to the series, and I have to say that I highly recommend it. The books are hilarious and such fast reads. Amazing great times reading them 😉 .

Fling (Jana Aston)


I have a crush on my boss’ best friend.
At least it’s not my brother’s best friend.
Or my best friend’s brother.
Or… never mind. It’s all pretty cliché.

And worse? My boss’ best friend is his business partner. Which sort of makes him my boss too. Okay – it’s not sort of. It’s definite. Gabe Laurent is off limits. Totally off limits.

Which is fine. I make do with my imagination. He’ll never know. Ever. Unless my work bestie passes me an eighties-style teen movie sex quiz during a meeting and I fill it out.

And it ends up in Gabe’s hands…

Wrong (Wrong #1) | Right (Wrong #2)

After reading Right, I was super curious about Sandra and Gabe’s story, because Everly’s plan had to have worked, right?

While this is a story you can totally read by itself, it makes a lot more sense if you’ve read the second book of the series, given that Sawyer and Everly both play big parts here. This is the first story of this series that is told in dual POV, having both Sandra and Gabe’s point of view. I liked this change, because contrary to the two previous books, Gabe wasn’t an open book like Luke or Sawyer. The writing is once again pretty fun, light and the pacing is super fast. This is a very very short novella.

As is usual in novelas, this one is not big on character development or actually getting us to know the characters all that well, but Jana Aston did a good job nonetheless. Sandra is a serious girl, who wants to do the best job she can and is always very focused. She only has one big issue: her huge crush with her boss’ BFF who is also sort of her boss too.

Gabe was not what I was expecting?! After seeing him in Right, I thought he would be the shy, nerdy, rich and hot guy, but there’s nothing shy or actually “good” about him. He’s a good person, but I never thought he would be a manwhore… he was, and that kind of disappointed me a little. Yeah yeah, I know all men in this series are serious alphas and all that, but I was just wishing that Gabe would break the mold just a little bit. I still enjoyed him, and I did enjoy his “fling” with Sandra, and I’m actually not that happy that Fling is the title of this book.

I did like the plot, because there was no huge miscommunication, secrets or silly behaviours. These were two adults and they behaved like it. 

If you’ve been reading and enjoying this series, don’t forget to read this novella too. 😀

Right (Jana Aston)


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?

After reading Wrong, the first book of this series, I was curious but also slightly scared about this one. I had a few issues with the first one, and I didn’t want to see them repeated. Fortunately that didn’t happen, although I thought that the themes of both books were very similar.

Once again I found the writing hilarious, possibly even more so, and I had a blast reading it. I think it takes a special talent to write crazy well, and the two main characters, Everly and Sawyer, are definitly a little bit cray-cray, which is fine, because they’re kind of perfect for each other.

Throughout the first book, we hear about Everly’s slightly stalkerish tendencies directed towards Professor Camden, her brother’s BFF and the one she thinks she’s destined to be with. Her behaviour is WRONG and hilarious at the same time, and going into this book I wondered who her Mr Right would be, and what would he have to do to pull her out of her “obsession”. Turns out that all Sawyer had to be was himself, because he was a perfect match to Everly. He was just like her! They got each other, they knew each other’s moves, they made perfect sense. I loved it! They were just so fun to read about together :D.

Even though Everly is a little lost throughout the book about her future and aspirations, she knows who she is, and she has a very strong personality, and I really liked that about her. She might have made all of her life’s decisions because of a guy, but in the end, she’s her own person and Sawyer gives her time and freedom for her to find herself.

That’s what I really liked about their relationship, because even though Sawyer was significantly older than Everly, he didn’t pressure her to figure out her life and never made her feel less because of it. While in book 1 I thought that there was a huge power imbalance in Luke and Sophie’s relationship, I didn’t feel anything of the sorts in this book.

While the “conflict” in the book was highly predictable – as I said, not that different from book 1 – I thought it was handled quite well. I wasn’t the hugest fan of Sawyer’s initial reaction, but I understood him, because he was trying to protect the woman he loved. But ultimately, Everly was Everly and she rocked! I seriously liked this girl :D.

I thought this was a huge step up from the first book of the series, the characters were hilarious, and the only reason I can’t give it a higher rating is because the plot was too much like the first one, and the book didn’t really surprise me there. But the characters were spectacular, and I could have read a lot more pages with these two… well done!

January TBR


Welcome to my first TBR of 2017 :). I have to say that I’m kind of in love with my new color scheme… Back to the matter at hands… I read 25 books last month, and that was a lot, though I know that I won’t be able to have a repeat performance. For this reason, I’m aiming for 14 reads, and hoping that I can surpass it.


  1. Falling for the Player by Jessica Lee
  2. Back Check (Aces Hockey #4) by Kelly Jamieson
  3. Mia and the Bad Boy (Backstage Pass #2) by Lisa Burstein
  4. Worth the Wait (Kingston Ale House #4) by A.J. Pine
  5. Trust (Wrong #3) by Jana Aston
  6. The Rule Maker (The Rule Breakers #2) by Jennifer Blackwood
  7. Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
  8. Kisses On A Paper Airplane by Sarah Vance-Tompkins
  9. The Room Mate (Room Mate #1) by Kendall Ryan
  10. A Thousand Pieces of You (Firebird #1) by Claudia Gray
  11. Good Boy (WAGs #1) by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy
  12. How Not to Let Go (The Belhaven Series) by Emily Foster
  13. The Girl Who Fell by Shannon M. Parker
  14. To Professor, with Love (Forbidden Men #2) by Linda Kage

Wrong (Jana Aston)


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

I’m not even exactly sure how to review this book, because even though I’m giving it 3 stars, I really did enjoy it and it was highly entertaining. So don’t look at the rating and think this was a “meh” read, it wasn’t. I so happen to have had some very big issues with some minor stuff that kind of made me lower the book’s rating.

Again, this was highly entertaining, and some parts of the book read like a romantic comedy. The writing is enjoyable and it flows super well. The pacing is fast, very fast, and here is my first issue with the book, the pacing is just too fast, which unfortunately means that a lot of important issues and deep themes are only dealt with superficially.

The same thing happens with the two main characters. I found them both likable and I had a lot of fun with them, but I thought that they weren’t totally fleshed out. Sophie is a little more than Luke, but that’s probably because we’re reading from her POV, so we have access to her thoughts and not his.

Another thing that happened way too fast was the romance between them. I’m not against couples with huge age differences, or the innocent girl and the experienced man trope, but I need the romance to feel right, and, as per the title, a lot of things in their relationship felt wrong. I did like that they became a real couple, and they didn’t hide or anything, but apart from the sex, I didn’t really see a big connection, and I needed that to “excuse” a lot of other things.

One of the things that majorly bothered me, and might not bother you at all, was the language. I’m not talking about dirty language before, during or after sex… no no… I’m talking about the derogative terms that could be perceived as ok and even sexy in a well constructed context, but that didn’t work well at all for me here. And I have to say, the 3 times that Luke uses certain terms to describe Sophie and she doesn’t say anything about it? Made me like them both a lot less…

I really really liked the plot though and I really appreciated Luke for those last 15% of the book, because he gave Sophie all the time and space she needed to decide her life, without pressure. I just wished that the issues had been dealt with in more depth. It was the first time I thought that their power in their relationship was somewhat equal, or that Sophie had more say. I wish I had seen that power balance more throughout the book though.

Ultimatly, I was expecting a lot more from this one, I can see how people love it though, because if I ignore some facts, this book was hilarious and seriously sexy. But my brain just couldn’t scrape the notion that somewhat the title really does apply, because I felt like something was wrong with this book, and that’s no good.

I’m still super curious about the other books of the series, and I’ll be sure to get my hands on them soon.

December TBR


Again, I managed to read 20 books last month, and from my original 14 books on my TBR, I read 11 and started the 12th, so… not bad! I’m gonna aim for 14 books again, and see how that goes.


  1. Slammed (Slammed #1) by Colleen Hoover (I’m halfway through already)
  2. Aimee and the Heartthrob (Backstage Pass #1) by Ophelia London
  3. Wrong (Wrong #1) by Jana Aston (I’m almost done)
  4. The Matchmaker’s Replacement (Wingmen Inc. #2) by Rachel Van Dyken
  5. Being Brooke by Emma Hart
  6. Wallbanger (Cocktail #1) by Alice Clayton (Re-read!)
  7. Hard Hitter (Brooklyn Bruisers #2) by Sarina Bowen
  8. Highly Illogical Behavior by John Corey Whaley
  9. Stripped (Travesty #2) by Piper Lawson
  10. Night Owls by Jenn Bennett
  11. How Not to Let Go (The Belhaven Series) by Emily Foster
  12. The Romantics by Leah Konen
  13. Pushing the Limits (Pushing the Limits #1) by Katie McGarry
  14. The Girl Who Fell by Shannon M. Parker