Book Review: Wrong by Jana Aston

*** WARNING! This book is for ADULTS only or may be unsuitable for people under 21 years of age due to sexual content, graphic violence, and/or mature themes. Reader discretion is highly advised. If you are easily offended, then this book is not for you and please do not continue. ***

Wrong by Jana Aston

Series: Standalone
Published: October 7th 2015 by Self-published
Language: English
Print Length: 276 pages
Genres: Erotica, Contemporary, Romance
Target Reader: Adult

Ebook: Amazon US • B&N • Kobo • iBooks
Paperback: Amazon USBook Depository

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?

Wrong is a full-length, standalone novel by Jana Aston



Wrong… I was captivated by the title and the cover. THERE IS NOTHING WRONG with pink cover! Also the blurb… OMG. He’s a gynecologist! I’ve NEVER READ a story this job. The question is how is the book?

Sophie Tisdale (21) is an undergraduate student and working at the coffee shop, Grind Me. She has boyfriend but still in lust with dirty fantasy about her favorite customer. She wants to give her virginity to her 2 months boyfriend and decide to have birth control. Apparently, her dream guy is the doctor who will get her birth control. How shocking! Even they’ve only met through coffee shop, there is something ‘weird’ about Dr. Miller. I have to suspend my disbelief when the examination about to begin.

Sophie has really amazing sense of humor and I loved her! She is not idiot virgin and have dirty mind. She isn’t ashamed about her desire for sex and that’s a plus. She isn’t naive and prudish. Dr. Luke Miller (35) really wants her. He’s very territorial and possessive guy which is reminds me of someone *cough*Grey*cough*. The positive side is he care for her and quite kinky. Yummy! I couldn’t resist kinky doctor who could have sex anytime and anywhere. Also he’s such a dirty talker and has obsession with ass.  I liked their chemistry and it was really HOT!

“Do you want me to strip those tiny jeans off your body? Bend you over my knee? You want my palm slapping against your ass till it turns bright pink? Until my fingers slip between your thighs to test how wet you are?”


But there are some minus with the story and MCs. Their chemistry isn’t enough. They lack of trust and still keeping secrets towards each others. There is miscommunication between them. Sophie has right to be insecure and frustrated because she’s only college student and a lover of rich handsome doctor. Aside the fact she didn’t have father figure, she’s quite independent on her age.

Another problem is Luke always distracted Sophie’s question with sex. Like always. If he couldn’t push her, he got angry and left. WHAT?! THAT IS NOT MATURE! Who is the new adult in this relationship? Of course we never know what Luke has in his mind because there is only Sophie’s POV. Ugh… If only Luke could be more open and understandable without involve sex. Yet, Sophie couldn’t argue with him and too forgivable.


Ah, don’t forget the family drama. Yeah, I admitted that Luke’s family is really fucked up. There was something off with their relationship, like this only for fun. It’s the way I see it. Luke seems confused and sometimes leave abruptly. Similar to someone, again *cough*Grey*cough*. The other that I didn’t like is Sophie’s friend, Everly. She has no filter. Her jokes sucks. Sometimes funny, mostly bleh. Just not my cuppa.

I didn’t enjoy the ending. It was too rushed without more development about their relationship because… (view spoiler). Overall, Wrong was a good read and surprisingly enjoyable. Good enough for a debut book. Even it’s a bit cheesy for my taste but still forgivable. I like the way it was written. If you’re looking for funny, entertaining and sexy-as-hell doctor to get down dirty with you, this is the RIGHT choice!








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