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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?

©2015 Jana Aston (P)2016 Jana Aston

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Fifty shades knock off

This book is basically fifty shades of grey with less extreme characters and slightly better writing (the writing is more or less believable and the reader is fine). The girl isn't *quite* so innocent, the guy isn't *quite* so fucked up... but it's still a borderline abusive, totally misogynistic story with a female character who either openly does things she doesn't want to for a guy or let's him convince her that she does by inundating her with requests. It wasn't worth the $2.95 because I wasted 3 hours before I realized I hate books that glorify these types of relationships.

7 of 7 people found this review helpful

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  • CAROLYN
  • Newark, New Jersey, United States
  • 04-23-17

ABSOLUTELY & POSITIVELY NOTHING 'WRONG' HERE

And this book was actually oh so right on so many levels.. especially when the flirty, fun and fairly angst free storyline describes a scene where the 21 yr old virginal College student/barista mortifyingly meets her suit-wearing coffee shop crush/fantasy man when she comes face to face with her Gynaecologist who turns out to be all kinds of Dr. McDreamy. And, before too long, there are steamy scenes where the droolworthy dirty talking Doctor is masterfully showing her what he likes in the bedroom.. the kitchen.. his office.. well anywhere that he can get his very talented hands on her.

A thoroughly enjoyable and totally entertaining story that was h.o.t. HOT between an alpha 35 yr old doctor who is wealthy, successful charismatic, possessive and dominant and a naive, insecure, smart, easy-going virgin who gets swept up in all things McHottie.. and I don't blame her one bit. There were well described scenes, good secondary characters, a b'tch of an ex who stirs up some trouble and only climaxes of the pleasurable kind are found here in this very rewarding listen that was told from the heroine's POV. Erin Mallon's narration was perfect in bringing this easy-going easy-flowing lighthearted listen to life.

Worth a credit? Yes and, as I smirked, blushed, snorted, swooned and sniggered my way through this far too short listen, I knew that I'd soon be purchasing the rest of Jana Aston's books.

55 of 62 people found this review helpful

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I was unaware

I was unaware that this story was a knock off of Fifty Shades of Grey when I purchased it as a recent Audible Daily Deal selection. I'm no prude, but as soon as I realized what was really going on, I kind of lost interest in the plot. The language is extremely unapologetic. Do college women really talk like this? Chiefs of Obstetrics? I guess anything goes in the bedroom, but instead of finding the story erotic, I thought it was just a little on the raunchy side. A little dirty talk is fine, but filthy? Not my cup of tea. Anywho... this story is kind of like 50 Shades meets Pretty Woman meets Grey's Anatomy meets Cinderella. But it's a cute, albeit impractical, storyline. At least there was no BDSM. Three cheers for that.

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Typical

I liked the story line okay but the sex scenes were brutal to listen to. The spanking and "filthy hussie" was cringing. I had to fast forward through the sex.

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What a Debut Novel!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Wrong is fun, flirty and oh, so sexy! Narrator Erin Mallon somehow made author Jana Aston's sex scenes even more scintillating! I was more than a little distracted when driving!

Who was your favorite character and why?

I loved Sophie. She is an excellent balance of insecurity, naiveté and poise.

What does Erin Mallon bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The narrator was excellent. Different voices for each character. She didn't "over-do" the male characters. Her depiction of the main character was a perfect blend of naivety and curiosity.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Can Mr. Right by so wrong?

Any additional comments?

Wrong is the debut novella by indie author, Jana Aston. Let me tell you, there is a lot right with Wrong.

I adored main characters Sophie and Luke—individually and as a couple. Luke is a smart, successful, handsome, polite, knows his way around a woman’s body, swoon-worthy sort of man. He is a thoughtful guy who’s actions speak volumes about his character and his feelings toward other people. Virginal Sophie is pretty insecure, and yet, at times, she has a lot of poise for someone so young and inexperienced.

The secondary characters are a mixed bag. Some were developed enough and some were not more than a mention (with and without a solid position in moving the plot along). Jean the sex-crazed dorm roommate is great. She’s a good friend who clearly is more experienced that Sophie. Co-worker and bestie, Everly, is a great friend who I didn’t warm up to when I first read the book. Merideth, Alex, and Bella are part of Luke’s family—Bella is adorable, Meredith is super nice, Alex is barely mentioned. Gina is left mysterious; she appears sophisticated, but her schemes felt beneath her level of social-class, education and sophistication. Dr. & Mrs. Miller—their role is to show the dichotomy of Sophie’s and Luke’s life/upbringing. They’re not supposed to be likable, but it was overplayed a bit in a couple scenes. I would have liked them to have more of a role, and had their agendas built into the plot a bit more to create more tension and angst.

Sophie, a college senior, working as a barista at a local coffee shop gets a weekly thrill serving one particularly hot customer who comes every Tuesday. Many days, it’s the little things, like a special customer, that get you through your work day. Luke, the object of her desires, is an OB/GYN who volunteers at the student clinic every Tuesday. The hilarity begins soon after that opening scene of the book. Dry humor is sprinkled throughout the story; there is just enough humor to make the book fun without it taking over the romance/love story. Ms. Aston has paced her plot well. There is never a point where the story drags or goes off on a tangent. Each scene revealed something about the main characters. I liked that readers (and to some degree the main characters) had to think about what was revealed about a character and how that fit into the story instead of the author “telling” readers what it meant.

Overall, Wrong by Jana Aston is a great first outing by an indie author. I LOVED the humor in the story. I immensely enjoyed Sophie’s first pelvic exam. It will bring back memories for every female reader. I think I might have liked a dual perspective narrative as it would have added depth and forced further development of some character. Luke’s activities would have had to have been explored—many of the secondary characters are related to Luke. That said, being as surprised as Sophie made for a little more angst and surprise for the reader. The dialogue between the main characters was easy and believable. I didn’t like the more banal pet names (a pet peeve of mine and I didn’t think it fit with the character), but most readers won’t care. I would have loved to see Ms. Aston delve a little deeper into Luke’s and Sophie’s relationship. The characters have great sexual chemistry and their overall chemistry could have been explored more outside the bedroom. For example, Sophie tells Luke that she doesn’t understand why he loves her and Luke doesn’t respond. Frankly, as a reader (or Luke’s girlfriend), I want that answer. If Sophie had been a more secure character, I would have expected her to push for answers to all her (readers’) questions instead of letting Luke side step them.

A 4.5 star read for me.

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A book only for the sex

The sex is hot, but we see little of characther development from Luke and Sophie is a little too stupid at times.

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Trying to titilate and be another 50 shades

Would you try another book from Jana Aston and/or Erin Mallon?

Yes, if you want a mindless sexy book you don't or won't become emotionally involved with any character.

What was most disappointing about Jana Aston’s story?

Story very predictable, girl meets her knight in shining armor and they live happily every after populating the planet.

Which character – as performed by Erin Mallon – was your favorite?

Erin did a great job and really captured a young girl. She is very believable as the main protagonist.

Did Wrong inspire you to do anything?

Wrong is not the type of book to inspire you to change your life. However, if you do not mind explicit sex scenes it is a lot of fun!

Any additional comments?

I would not listen to this book when anyone else can hear it, there is a lot of sex.

Also, for me the power balance of the main male character being the main female's gynecologist and giving her an exam is just GROSS! Not a good message for woman or male doctors.

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Uncomfortable with their age difference

Strange book - never learned anything about main characters but their sexual attraction to each other. Shallow storyline. End of book wrapped things up nicely though.

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Boring

Boring story and extremely dirty talk is definitely not my thing... I think is offensive, not hot at all.

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didn't like

I didn't like this story. I struggled to get past their age differences and felt like when she went in for the initial exam that it was just too weird and crossed a professional line. Kinda grossed me out

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  • kirsty
  • 11-10-16

Amazing book


This book is amazing so funny enjoy it worth a read can't wait for the next book x

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02-19-17

Sexy Gynaecologist meets Undergrad

Great topic and story, loved the dynamic between these two. For me the best book of the series followed by fling.
Downright dirty in parts and laugh out loud funny.
Narration excellent.

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  • Periwinkle Munro
  • 01-24-17

Brillian, funny and sexy

I loved this book and the characters. The writing was funny and a bit daring. The sex was hot. Yes occasionally Sophie was a bit whiny but she's only 21. Give her a break. Plus, Luke s occasionally a sullen douche. But oh so hot. I could not stop listening to this. i mssed a da,ned dental appointment because I was up all night listening,

This book is not for prudes. If you don't like hearing about sex, especially anal sex then cover your dainty little ears. If you're a woman of the world and like it hot, this is the book for you.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 01-18-17

loved it

just great loved the book and even better on audible Sophie and Lukes story is just great

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  • Codie Riddell
  • 01-14-18

There is nothing wrong here!

What did you like most about Wrong?

EVERYTHING, I adored Sophie and Luke! This story is brilliant from the first page to the last. I loved the book so I was so excited when it was brought out in audio.

Who was your favorite character and why?

This is a hard choice!!! I love both Sophie and Luke, so can I choose both?? Sophie is fun, the topical 21 year old adorable character while Luke is older and the way he takes care of her. It is so sweet.

What does Erin Mallon bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

While reading it yourself, its your inner voice, Erin brings the characters to life so everything is more dramatic and emotional.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

YES!!

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  • Lara
  • 03-05-17

Love love love

This story is so good! The entire series is just great - funny and characters are great with a wonderful narrator. Definitely one to listen to over and over again