Book Review – Wrong (Wrong #1) by Jana Aston

4.5 stars

 

Wow, wow, wow……

Up front, a BIG thank you to my Goodreads friends, they were spot on by recommending this book.

I don’t even know where to start.  First off, if it’s done right, a big age gap can be so very sexy, and Jana Aston did just that.

Luke was one hot, kinky, sexy hunk of man.  Who doesn’t have a kinky fantasy about a hot gynecologist giving the patient (me) an orgasm on the exam table – sign me up for that.  And he was up to all kinds of shenanigans in the bedroom.  I liked that he was a bit more reserved in some ways.  Kept some of his thoughts hidden behind his sexy exterior.  But it worked for him.  He wasn’t too stuffy.  He was a very successful Doctor and knew what he wanted in life.  And that’s where I’m applauding Jana Aston, Sophie 15 years younger matched Luke step by step.  She wasn’t the timid, naive, immature 21 year old.  She was unexperienced but also curious.  Not easily embarrassed, instead embraced anything and everything that happened in life.  She knew when to push back, or when to let things go.  I love that in a heroine.  Not to whine, push or ask questions about every single thing.  Guys cant stand it and so can’t I.

The chemistry between Luke and Sophie was off the charts hot.  The sexual heat between those two almost ignited my kindle.  WRONG was one sexy book but fortunatly didn’t sacrifice the plot for sexy times.  Jana Aston, was able to keep it balanced.

The book wasn’t particular long, just over 200 pages.  But I didn’t feel as if something was missing.  The writing flowed from the very first page.  Prose and dialogue were captivating, and I had a hard time putting my kindle down.  It was funny, witty, and I loved Sophie’s sarcastic moments and Luke’s filthy mouth. I believe WRONG was the authors first novel, if that’s the case, it was incredibly well written.  It really worked for me, right from the start.  And the End was wonderful.  All of the book was written in Sophie’s POV except the epilogue.  Which I loved.  It gave the reader a small glimpse into Luke.  I loved to read his thoughts, even if it was just for a few pages.  It somehow gave it that last glowing touch.

I can’t wait to read more by this author.  Next one will be

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