Author: Jana Aston

Princess Emma Reviews: Right by Jana Aston

Princess Emma Reviews: Right by Jana AstonRight by Jana Aston
on January 1st 1970
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4.5 Stars

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?
RIGHT is a standalone novel by Jana Aston

Also by this author: Wrong

4.5 Crowns.

This is a standalone romance, however it does feature characters from Jana Aston’s previous book, Wrong. You do not need to have read Wrong to enjoy Right, however I recommend you do. Not only is it is a great read, it also gives you the opportunity to get to know the brilliant Everly and of course the beginning of her story.

Everly has a plan. It is a plan she has had since she was 6 years old and one she has dedicated her life to. All those years ago, she met Finn. 14 years old and her older brother Eric’s best friend, she fell in love and just knew he was the one for her. To say it has taken over her life would be a little harsh. She may have only applied to the college he taught at, and she may have turned slightly stalker-ish in recent years, but she just sees it as upping her game, going big to get the man she is destined to be with… Or is she? When Finn’s older brother ends up giving her a lift back to college instead of Finn, he has her questioning whether Mr Right could indeed have been Mr Wrong all along.

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This is such a great read. I really enjoyed Wrong, but for me Jana Aston really has delivered with Everly’s story in Right. Having loved Everly in Wrong, I was eager to see how her plan to snare Professor Finn would pan out. I had no clue the direction Jana would take with her story, but I have to say it was bloody genius. Sawyer is perfect for Everly. He challenges her and gives her a bit of her own medicine. They have a genuine chemistry and just, for want of a better word, fit. The banter between them had me giggling and the sex has me readying the shower to cool myself off. It is a really well written and developed romantic comedy and I loved it.

I said this about Wrong and I will say it again about Right. Not all books need to be deep and heavy. Sometimes you need a read that will make you laugh. An easy read that uplifts you with characters that don’t bore you with their complexity. Right and its characters are perfect for exactly that. Of course the pathway isn’t always easy, but it also reinforces how super cool both Sawyer and particularly Everly are. Everyone needs a friend like Everly in their life.

 

If you want a light-hearted, funny and sexy read, don’t look any further… Sometimes who you think is Mr Wrong, turns out to be the perfect Mr Right.

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Princess Emma’s review of ~ Wrong by Jana Aston

Princess Emma’s review of ~ Wrong by Jana AstonWrong by Jana Aston
on October 7th 2015
Pages: 206
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4 Stars

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 by this author: Right

Sophie is an unlucky in love college student. A 21 year old virgin, she is determined to finally give up her V card to boyfriend Mike, after wasting too long on her last boyfriend who turned out to be gay. So what if she fantasizes about Luke, a customer who comes by every Tuesday to grab a coffee in the coffee shop she works in? He is older, stunning and totally out of her league. No, it’s all about Mike. And to make sure she doesn’t fall into the same pattern as her mother, Sophie has even set up an appointment for the local drop-in clinic to arrange birth control. Imagine her surprise when the object of her fantasies walks in to the consultation room, white coat on and asking her to place her legs in the stirrups…. Oh so wrong!

This was a quick, easy read. Simple in its storyline, it was a fun, light and sexy read. Don’t expect any real depth to the story, it isn’t that type of read. It is however humorous and a genuinely enjoyable romance.

The characters weren’t overly complex. Sophie is your typical college student. Brought up by her grandparents following the death of her mother, she has never been lucky on the man front; but not for lack of trying. Luke, well he is quite a bit older than her, from a completely different background and a successful doctor to boot.  It is just supposed to be about sex, but it wouldn’t be a good story without a few spanners thrown in the works would it?

 

If you are looking for a light hearted, sexy and easy read that you don’t need to think too much about, this is your perfect read. Could it have had more drama? More light and shade? Well yes, but do you know what? The beauty of this book is its simplicity. Sometimes you want to read a book that you don’t need to think too much about, a book that makes you laugh and that doesn’t take forever to read. Wrong is an enjoyable read from a new author and one that has some great LOL moments.

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