Wrong by Jana Aston
Published by Self-published on October 7th 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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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?
OMG! This was so not what I was expecting when I read the blurb for Wrong and I’m so happy I went in blind.
Sophie is a senior in college about to graduate with an accounting major. She works part time as a barista and has been fantasizing for months about hot guy Luke who comes in for coffee every Tuesday morning dressed in impeccably tailored suits.
Her mom was a teenager when she had her, but when Sophie was still little, she (her Mom) died in a car accident and she was raised by her grandparents. That knowledge and the fact that she has been dating a gay guy for the last two years means she’s still a virgin at age 21.
Ready to pop that cherry, she goes to the student clinic to get on the pill, which requires an appointment. She almost falls off the table when Dr. Miller comes into the exam room, because of course, he is none other than hot guy Luke from Tuesday’s coffee.
Are you in the mood for a kinky, dirty talking alpha doctor? Well, you should be.
“You’re so fucking sweet.” He withdraws and thrusts. “It makes me want to do things to you, Sophie. Filthy things.” He twists my nipple as he moves inside of me. “It makes me want to shove my cock down your throat”— he kisses me there—” until you gag on me.”
And that was only their first time. Let me tell you *phew- still fanning self* Ms. Aston sure knows how to write a filthy dirty talker.
So let’s just say Luke was pure yummy awesomeness. He was a real man, not in that sense… well, yeah, that too obviously, but I mean he was hot and skilled but he also had a knack for being reserved and at times uncommunicative. He had horrible parents, a clearly delusional ex and a bit of an obsession with contraceptive measures.
I loved Sophie. She was innocent and funny; trusting and conscientious. Did I mention funny? Well, I found her thought process hilarious and completely accurate… ok, so I sound like that when I talk to myself and I could totally connect with her. I loved how she could realize when she was being bratty and immature and being true to herself.
Some notes I wrote that will give you a hint at what you’re in store for: I felt almost exactly the first time I had to go to a gynecologist. That wax appointment? I could totally relate. And last but not least, anal sex… nailed it. Seriously, I wanted to quote the whole book but #spoilers.
It’s just that I really enjoyed this story, it sucked me right in from the very beginning and wouldn’t let me put my kindle down… which means when I checked the time to see if I could squeeze one more chapter before it being too late it was already 4:20 am with my alarm programmed to go off at 7.30… let’s just say I needed a lot of coffee to be functional enough at work and I’m planning one hell of a nap in a while.
It did take me a little bit to get into Ms. Aston’s writing style, as at first it felt a little… truncated. But soon I got into its rhythm and it was smooth, dirty sailing after that. I do wish we’d had Luke’s PoV during the story, but the Epilogue was good enough to make up for it.
I loved this book. Love, love, loved it. You want to read it. Ok, maybe not if you are into serious and probably politically correct-ish writing and/or if you’re bothered by the main character having a 15 years age difference. Otherwise, I highly recommend Wrong to anyone searching for a funny, sweet, extremely kinky and hot read.
Sparkles’ Rating: 5 completely-sleep-deprived-but-totally-worth-it-because-of-this-kinky-bastard Stars 😀
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