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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?

286 pages, ebook

First published October 7, 2015

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Jana Aston

35 books9,444 followers
Jana Aston likes cats, big coffee cups and books about billionaires who deflower virgins. She wrote her debut novel while fielding customer service calls about electrical bills, and she's ever grateful for the fictional gynecologist in Wrong that readers embraced so much she was able to make working in her pajamas a reality. Jana is the author of 4 books, and all of them have appeared on either the NYT or USA Today bestsellers list, some multiple times. She likes multiples.

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Profile Image for SueBee★bring me an alpha!★.
2,417 reviews14.2k followers
December 21, 2017

★★★★ 1/2! Wrong (stand-alone). Forbidden romance with sexy 30-something gynecologist & a college girl needing to get laid!

Wrong (stand-alone) is a forbidden romance. University student and barista Sophie Tisdale has been crushing on a handsome suit clad customer for weeks only to discover that he is also an obstetrician volunteering as a gynecologist at the clinic.

After an embarrassing and orgasmic visit Sophie sets about losing her virginity to her horny boyfriend, but can’t stop pining after Dr. Luke Miller and his skilled hands…

Seven words to describe Dr. Luke Miller: Enigmatic, private, quiet, commanding, nurturing, possessive and determined.

Seven words to describe Sophie Tisdale: Naïve, smart, stubborn, reflective, insecure, easy-going and trusting.

Wrong, told from Sophie’s POV, had the perfect blend of off-the-charts sexual tension, steamy sex scenes, hilarious (inner) dialogue and an engaging plot to go with it. I liked where the story took us and where it left off.

Effortless story-telling! Entertaining plot! Forbidden romance! Scorching sex with the doctor! Excellent debut!

Hero rating: 5 stars
Heroine rating: 4.5 stars
Sexual tension rating: 5 stars
Sex scenes rating: 5 stars
Sex scenes frequency: 4.5 stars
Plot rating: 4.5 stars
Dialogue rating: 5 stars
Storytelling rating: 5 stars
Story ending rating: 5 stars
Overall rating: 4.5 stars

Would I recommend this book: Yes.
Would I re-read this book: Maybe later.
Would I read future books by this author: Yes.

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122 reviews225 followers
February 5, 2018
Wrong is everything I want done right in a book. SO MUCH HUMOR to the point of having a coughing fit from laughing. I also might of woke up my husband at 3:45am to tell him about a funny part during the anal scene. OMG!! Jana Aston gives GREAT anal!!

Besides all the LOL moments, there was so much HOTNESS!!!! Holy hell!!! My poor husband almost got woken up again, at 3am, to break in our new mattress. Then I thought baby #6. No way. Its a trap! Plus my very own gynecologist’s name is Dr. Miller. True story. So I decided against it. I felt cursed all of a sudden. But seriously, I read some hot and naughty books. This book is like an inferno.

Swoon level was off the charts!!! Dr. Miller is pure perfection. Is there anything better than a hot, kinky, dirty doctor?!! Nope. Not a damn thing. And don’t even get me going on all his Alpha-maley-ness!!! I have never ever used the term “ovaries explosion ” (I’m not even sure if I’m sayin that right. Explosion? Exploded?) but I think because of the nature of this book, that I’ll make an exception. He’s also the sweetest man ever. This man made my eyes water from all his love. And he calls Sophie....Doll. My heart melted.

And Sophie. Sweet, pure, innocent Sophie. Sophie might possibly be my new favorite female book character. She is a realist. Her character is so relatable. And that fact was proven during the infamous anal scene. Cause yeah, she asks the things we think. And pray don’t actually happen. I never thought I could swoon, get all hot and bothered, and laugh so hard during a sexy scene. But Sophie proved me wrong. (See what I did there??)

My only wrong choice here is that I am just NOW reading Jana’s books for the first time. Clearly I’m an idiot. But I’m about to make it RIGHT, (see what I did there again??) with her next book. And all the books to follow. Wrong is definitely going on my all-time favorite ever books. I have a feeling Jana might be owing her own shelf!!
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3,920 reviews33.1k followers
December 19, 2016
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Wrong is the first story I’ve read by Jana Aston, but it won’t be the last! Her debut novel is super fun and super steamy and I enjoyed every minute!

Sophie is a senior in college and a barista at a local coffee shop. She’s got this one particular patron that she looks forward to seeing every time he comes in. One who she can’t stop thinking about. Sophie sees him every week at the shop, and it never goes farther than that. Until she goes to the student clinic and realizes he volunteers there. He’s her doctor. And not just any doctor. Her gyno. Awkward… am I right?

Luke Miller never imagined his barista he can’t keep his eyes off of is a college student. He doesn’t know what to do about Sophie. He knows he should probably stay away, that getting involved could be wrong. But sometimes, doing the wrong thing feels very right.

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Lovers of romantic comedies- this one is for you. If you’re looking for some over the top laugh out loud moments, this is your book. I giggled and blushed all the way through reading. I love Jana’s writing style and I couldn’t keep the smile off my face. I LOVE books like this. Sometimes we all just need a light read to escape and not over think things. This was THAT book. I hope Jana continues to write more stories like this… specifically one about a Sophie’s best friend, Everly. Her story is one I want to read! If you’re looking for a book that will keep you laughing, is an all around fun read and super hot- pick this one up!
It’s so wrong that it feels so good.”
“It’s never wrong when I’m inside you. Never.”

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295 reviews730 followers
August 7, 2020
***4 STARS***

I’ve seen this book on so many of my Goodreads friend’s favorites list so my curiosity was piqued. It was actually a good and sexy read.

At first I was a little weirded out because I could not imagine finding my gynecologist attractive or being aroused during a Pap smear..lol but I am glad I didn’t give up in reading because it was actually a great book.

Dr. Luke Miller has been coming into the coffee shop where Sophie works for weeks and she finds him terribly attractive. Imagine when she goes for her gynecological exam and he is the doctor. She is so embarrassed. I liked Luke. He was a true alpha and take charge. He didn’t shy away from his feelings for Sophie and the love scenes were off the chart hot.

I recommend this quick, lighthearted age-gap (older man, younger woman) romance.
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2,082 reviews861 followers
January 24, 2018

Sophie Tisdale is crushing hard on the well-dressed customer but her world’s about to be turned upside down when she find herself in a paper gown, legs spread and feet in stirrups and face to face with the same man she’s been fantasizing about. A man that is about to get an up close & personal look at her.

But neither of them expected one another. I mean who would have guessed the man she’d been crushing on was going to be the same man filling a prescription of birth control after having his fingers in her! Or that the girl that caught the good doctor’s eye was so young and innocent!


I had the pleasure of reading the early drafts of this story and loved it each and every time. When Jana first mentioned she was writing this I was excited – I mean, anyone who knows her on SM knows that the crap that comes out of her mouth is hilarious. I’ve been subjected to her delusional thoughts for years and so I just knew that when she finally finished this and settled her nerves enough to send it off, that I would love it. I mean, this is Jana. She is a complete original.

As far as debut novels go, this was amazing. I really don’t think there was anything this story lacked. From the theme, to the cover, to the blurb and finally the actual story. I think the number of times I’ve read this book is around 3 times from cover to cover so far and every time I still laugh at moments like it was the first time and although I still think very inappropriate thoughts while reading the dirty parts, I think it’s safe to say that Dr. Luke Miller is one helluva book boyfriend.


Jana blended humor and romance flawlessly. She nailed the shifts from steamy moments to laugh out loud fits of giggles.


Sophie had a backbone and although young, she was mature and as drama free as they come. I loved that with her it was a complete what you see is what you get. For Luke, a bit of an alpha, but not a heartless man. He had his own reasons for his initial behavior but I loved that I never second guessed him. At. All.


We get a taste of Everly, Sophie’s best friend who has her own love life problems. I really hope that Jana gets a chance to tell her story, because the small taste we get of Everly’s screwed up love life was not enough!

So I’ll leave you with these parting words. Read this. Don’t expect just a taboo romance because of Luke’s profession, it is so much more than that. I am still a bit amazed that she did not spend decades of her life writing stories or dreaming of one day having a shiny book with her name on it... what you get in the pages of this book is something that comes across as seasoned, like she’d been doing this for a lot longer than just couple of years.


And we have a cover!!!!!

wrong print

So excited for everyone to read this.

I had the pleasure of beta reading Wrong and fell in love with the story and characters!

Wrong has NEVER felt so right.
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848 reviews1,572 followers
October 29, 2021
5 Grind Me Stars ⭐

I won’t even confess how many times I have read Wrong except it’s always guaranteed to make me smirk and marvel at how fucking fantastic this book is. Witty, arousing and yep wrong, I never get tired of Sophie and Luke’s story.

"Bitch, please. The guy is pushing forty and you’re a hot co-ed with a brand-new tight, shiny pussy. He’ll be back."

Sophie is a college student working as a barista until she finishes her degree. Perving and crushing on a hot customer are just the perks of the role.

With Sophie determined to lose her V Card in the very near future, she visits the campus clinic to sort out her contraception. But what are the chances that the gynaecologist in residence is none other than Dr Luke Miller who happens to be the hottie coffee customer?

Taking awkwardness to a whole new level it's a gyno appointment like no other. With no place to hide, so commences a series of run ins between Sophie and Luke. Before either can bask in their embarrassment, these to are exchanging body fluids like champs…

"I love your tight holes, baby. I love that I’m the only one who’s been in them." He pumps his fingers in and out. "You’re awfully pure for such a little slut. "

Luke and Sophie might start up as a fling, but you know immediately that these two have what it takes. With a little miscommunication and one big bump on the road to happiness, these two were brilliant.

Now some would wonder how one could possibly pull off this preposterous story, but this author dared to venture into cringe worthy territory and annihilated it. For me it had a winning formula. An age gap romance with an awkward but genuinely nice heroine and an older man who was a dream in bed. No games, just a story of two unlikely people falling in love and some seriously funny moments. Honestly, I love this entire series.

Sophie's friend Everly requires an honourable mention because she was the best kind of wacky and its not often that a secondary character is standout. Fortunately she gets her own story in Right!
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Author 39 books1,174 followers
October 8, 2015
4.5 "Paging Dr. Miller" STARS

For a debut novel, Jana Aston delivers one stellar gem of a read! This was romantic, funny, sexy as hell and just enough angst to keep things interesting. I read this in one seating and loved every word.

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Let's just say, there's a virgin, a gynecologist, comprising positions of embarrassment and a whole lot of sex.

Sophie is a senior in college with a crush on the hot, much older professional who frequents the coffee shop where she works. Of course, as luck would have it, he turns out to be the doctor at the clinic when she goes to get birth control pills.

Dr. Luke Miller is sexy, controlling, dominant and holds his thoughts/emotions close to his vest. I totally knew how Sophie felt as he got me all hot and bothered without having to do a thing. He was sex-on-a-stick!

This book had that perfect mix of everything I love. There were intense, steamy sexy moments...

and then sweet and tender moments too.

There was also a bit of tension and of course, an uber bitch, Gina, who I just loved to hate!

And the epilogue was sweet! The cherry on top of the sundae. We get a glimpse into the mind of Luke with his POV and it was so worth it! It had me reliving the entire book again with a different lens.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone who loves romance, comedy, chick lit and wants something that'll put a smile on your face.

Finally, Sophie's best friend, Everly, is hilarious, feisty and I'm so wishing for her story! Ms. Aston, pretty please!

***An advance reading copy was generously provided by Jana Aston in exchange for an honest review.***

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1,232 reviews2,066 followers
October 9, 2015
It started out as fun. Sophie and her best friend Everly were hilarious, and I was intrigued by Luke. Then they started boning each other and it went downhill from there.

Don't get me wrong. It wasn't the sex although it felt like the author was just writing a sex scene off of Pornhub. I mean, it was okay but it's rather clinical. *ahem* No pun intended. But my biggest gripe and what ultimately led me to rating this lower was the conflict, or the lack thereof. It was woefully underdeveloped. Same goes for the characters. Sophie and Luke was just there...reacting to the non-plot. They had no depth or development to them.

Shame. Had those two been developed more by the author, this would have been a fantastic read. Instead, it was just okay.

This is the author's first book, and I have to say, she's definitely on the right track. I'd love to see more developed plot lines and characters for her next book. I mean, come on. You cannot tease me about Everly and Professor Camden without giving them a book. It's just not fair. That's like a rule in the book world! So here's hoping that Jana Aston will give us Everly and Professor Camden.
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1,544 reviews1,440 followers
December 23, 2016
That was such a "Wrong" read for me.

It started as so much fun. The first 40 pages or so were great. I was laughing at the way they met, the inner monologues of the heroine etc...

Then, their relationship started and from then on, I wanted to vomit... The nature of their relationship didn't involve any romance. It was just kinky stuff. When they talked about love at a certain point, I didn't buy it, never felt it...

There is "dirty talk" that may sound hot and there is "dirty talk" that may sound cheesy or humiliating, and in my opinion, the ones in this book were of the second kind which made me feel nauseous... After a certain point, I stopped counting how many times he called her "you filthy bitch or hussy"... Yuck!

Its rating is not low, which means there are quite many people who liked this book; so I don't want to offend anyone, I think it just wasn't my cup of tea... If you don't like submissive heroines, it may not be for you, either...

P.s. As for the writing, if you ask me, there is no character development... There is no reasoning or rationale behind certain happenings and the explanation to certain events was not provided. Ergo, I didn't like the writing either...

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2,415 reviews4,661 followers
November 15, 2016
“My cervix looks great. Is that a gynecologist pickup line? I laugh internally.”


Gynecologists/reproductive endocrinologist aren’t hot and sadly my stance on this hasn’t change after reading this book in the least. I tried to keep in mind that this is the author’s first story and if you look on my shelves her second book Right was a big hit for me. This story was too fast paced, had way too little character development, and it felt all wrong and lacking by the time I was finished. The older hero if possible was too much in the bedroom for a the younger virgin heroine who behaved like a teen.


They never discussed issues (for instance Sophie never telling Luke about all her Gina run ins) they never got down to the nitty gritty to me and exposed themselves or perhaps they were purely surface characters.

Overall, if you loved this then you’re sure to love Right if you didn’t care for this then definitely try Everly’s story for me I felt that the author’s ability to write humor and their level connection is definitely her biggest writing strength.

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Author 80 books23.2k followers
September 3, 2017
There was anal. Great anal. I don't actually think I need to say more about this book other than if you don't like the backdoor stuff this probably isn't for you, and that's a little sad, because it's hilarious and just awesome.

I'm a slow reader and I blew through this book like whoa.

I promise not to go into book reviewing full time.
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1,005 reviews796 followers
October 7, 2015

I feel like this book was written just for us, readers, it is the perfect recipe of all the things I love. A little angst, a little taboo, a lot funny, and a whole hell of a lot sexy. When I started Wrong I had no idea what it was about, but I was immediately engaged. I read this book in one sitting and didn’t want to stop for anything. Jana’s words immediately captivated me.

Sophie is just a regular college student at the University of Penn. Her mother died when she was young and she never knew her father. Since she was raised by her grandparents she has always felt this pressure do to do more and be better. She doesn’t want to burden her aging grandparents with more stress.

Luke Miller is just the hot guy who comes into Grind Me, the coffee shop she works at part time. Over the months her and her friend Everly have created quite the back story for this guy. They are completely hilarious and I loved how Everly pushes Sophie to interact with Luke, even if it is just for fun. I mean nothing could come from this Luke is much older and a complete stranger.

Sophie’s whole life changes when she runs into Luke during her annual exam, yes that’s right, Dr. Luke Miller. Turns out Luke volunteers at the Student Health Clinic and is her gynecologist. Aston created a moment that was cringe worth awkward, but had me laughing out loud. I was mortified for Sophie, but in love with the scene and dying to know where things would go.

Luke and Sophie’s relationship starts out purely physical, neither wanting more. Sophie is completely focused on her education and Luke isn’t looking for more. Despite their initial plan it doesn’t take long for things to progress and develop into real feelings. I loved these moments between them. Luke and Sophie together were perfectly mismatched, but fit together magically. Sophie provided a lightness to Luke and Luke gave Sophie a place to belong and security.

Wrong is by far one of my favorite stories. I absolutely loved the dialogue between the characters, it’s fun, smart and witty. I love funny, but I also loved how there was a seriousness to the story that warmed my heart. The story is told through Sophie’s POV, but we do get to see some of Luke’s thoughts in the epilogue and to me those moments were just icing on the cake. If you are looking for a book that is laugh out loud funny, swoon worthy sweet, and fan yourself hot, this is the story for you! I cannot recommend this story enough and I am blown away it is a debut novel for Jana Aston.

Side note: Everly is seriously one of the funniest characters I have ever read. I can’t remember a character making me laugh so much since Mal Erikson.

“It’s not stalking when we are meant to be together. I can’t help it that I imprinted on him when I was six.”

ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.

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700 reviews442 followers
October 14, 2015

EDIT (15.10.2015):

Well...this just happened.


I am absolutely SHOCKED. The “sexually suggestive” material that has apparently made some people here uncomfortable is this:


I am speechless.

I have seen a million gifs and pictures on so many reviews that are WAY more sexual and full of nudity than my poor 'lil review here that included a few funny gifs with vague sexuality in it.

Pffft... I wonder if all this fuss has anything to do with the fact that I am one of the few people who didn't praise this book and 5-starred it automatically.

Who knows, huh?

Here is the new version of my review, all proper and less sexually suggestive:
*laughing hysterically*

** 1,5-2 “no, not funny” STARS **

“Luke, I want you to c*m in my ass, okay? I want to feel you dripping out of me when we’re done.”

“You filthy, little b*tch, you’re gonna be the death of me.”


My poor 'lil vag was desert-dry the whole way through the book.

Yes, shocking, I know. ALL the sex scenes gave me the feeling that I was watching a VERY bad amateur porn video. You know, one of those that you can find on the deepest corners of the internet?


Sophie Tisdale is a college student, who also works as a barista at a coffee shop and her favourite time of the day is when Luke, the hottest guy she’s ever seen in her life, walks in every day to order his regular and lets her watch his muscles all tight and hard inside his expensive suits.

Sophie has a problem: She is still a virgin… So in order to finally get rid of her V-card with the help of her boyfriend, she decides to go the gynecologist, get examined, and get started on birth control. But a little surprise is waiting for her when he gets to the clinic…because “coffee-shop Luke” is actually Dr. Luke Miller, Chief of Obstetrics, which means that her fantasy crush is a gynecologist. HER GYNECOLOGIST.


So why only 2 stars?

#1 // The incredibly disgusting fact that Sophie actually orgasms while getting a pelvic exam.

I really like how that feels, the pressure from above with his finger inside of me. I clench on his finger involuntarily and feel a small spasm ripple through me. Oh my God. I think I just had an orgasm. Holy sh*t. Did he notice? It was small. Maybe he didn’t notice.

Some of you might already know that I'm a Med student who will hopefully graduate this year to become a doctor. Which is why I believe what Sophie did was an absolute harassment of her gynecologist. And NO, I don't care whether Dr. Miller was sporting an erection at the time or not, because it REALLY doesn't matter.

I have given urological exams to men during my medical education, and I have to sadly say that some of my patients used those times to make sexual innuendos and try to turn the innocent examinations into sexual acts. I wanted to crawl out of my own skin EACH AND EVERY TIME that happened. So excuse me when I get appalled by what Sophie does, because it is no different than what those men did to me.

And how the author thought it was a good idea to make it all look okay by using the conversation below, like what happened is Luke's fault because he is good-looking, is beyond me:

“Was is good for you? (…) B*tch, I know you enjoyed it. At least a little.”

“You think there’s something wrong with me, don’t you?”

“Sophie, no. That guy has no business being a gynecologist. It’s not fair to women.


#2 // The fact that Luke practically is Christian Grey minus the over-the-top kinky f*cking.

Luke is always in a proper suit and apparently is rich.

Luke likes to watch Sophie sleep.

Luke likes smacking Sophie's ass when he gets impatient with her.

Luke likes kissing Sophie in elevators.

Luke hates when Sophie doesn't reply to him fast enough.

“Sophie, I’m not talking to myself. I asked you a question and I expect a response.”

Luke knows he's not “worthy” of Sophie, but he can't help but want to own and keep her.

“I should leave you the hell alone, let you find someone more suitable, but I feel selfish about you.”

Sounds a bit familiar, huh?


#3 // The rather unrealistic way Luke asks Sophie to come to Thanksgiving with him to meet his family and then calls her his girlfriend out of nowhere, ONLY MAYBE 1 WEEK INTO THEIR SORT-OF-RELATIONSHIP!


#4 // How Mr. Gynecologist, who is rather “obsessive” about protection during sex by the way, finds nothing wrong with


OVERALL: A disaster, in my opinion. I read this book only because I know Jana Aston as J.A. Huss' assistant and wanted to give her a chance. I was disappointed and didn't enjoy this story at all, but that doesn't mean that I won't be giving her another chance, nor does it mean that anyone else that reads it might not like it.

Give it a try, b*tchez. Hope you like it more than I did...
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1,476 reviews459 followers
December 17, 2020
With so many books on my TBR I told my kid to pick a number and direction and he did. This was number 13 from the bottom :) The story was cute with a few laugh out loud moments. I haven't read anything like it before though I'm sure the erotica section has plenty of them. I mean a gynecologist setup couldn't be more perfect for kink, right? Lol This wasn't just sex though, it's actually a sweet romance. Luke was a delicious dirty talker. He totally moved up to my #1 slot in that category quite quickly and firmly. He was so comfortable in his skin you can't help but gravitate towards his confidence. Sophie was adorkable. Often putting her foot in her mouth and trying to figure out who she is. There's a bit of drama from Luke's ex that I was SO over. That should've been nipped in the bud early on. The family thing wasn't really resolved, but I'll choose to believe eventually it got better. I was very happy with the revelation towards the end and the epilogue. All in all a great read with everything you could want in a sexy package: a dirty talking alpha, a sweet and quirky heroine, funny moments, steamy love, and just the right amount of kink. :-p Safety: No OW/Sharing, despite an ex causing drama. No OM though Sophie starts out in a relationship. h is a V. Condoms at first, then not. No rape/abuse.
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896 reviews1,976 followers
October 19, 2015
3,5 Wrong Stars.

Sophie is a grad student almost in the end of her degree, just going through life and hoping to end college and start a new life. Luke is her regular client at the coffee shop she works at, he’s clearly older than her but he’s handsome and charismatic and she can’t help but feeling attracted to him.
In the day she decides that it’s time to lose her virginity she goes to the campus doctor to get some contraceptive prescribed and that’s when finds out that the gynecologist is no one less than Luke… her coffee shop crush and a respect doctor that volunteers on campus.
What Sophie didn’t expect was her feelings being reciprocated… and what Dr. Miller wants, Dr. Miller makes sure to get.


Put a virgin college student, an older, sexy and rich doctor, a crazy bitch ex-girlfriend, an awesome best friend and what do you get? A hilarious book, full of steamy scenes, possessive heroes and a whole lot of drama.
To be honest, there was moments where this book felt like a mix between FSOG and the Captive series, the rich older guy, the innocent heroine, the possessiveness and the insta-love… only with more humor and less fucked up heroes. It didn’t make a difference to me but I believe some people will not like that aspect.
In my opinion the story itself wasn’t bad, although it lacked a little development as some scenes looked to “clinic” and the characters lacked more personality traits; they were very two dimensional. Not forgetting that this a debut novel, though, I believe Jana Aston did a pretty good job and I’m definitely looking forward to read more books from her.


Rating: 3,5 Stars.
Characters Development: Luke was sweet and sexy, but he was really possessive and there was a bit of insta-love in his part, that you don’t exactly expect to see in a thirty something man. Sophie was a little immature but I guess that was the point, to make their age gap clear. Everly was awesome and I really want a book of her and “Professor Camden”. In general I feel like the characters could be more developed, like Gina, why was she always a crazy bitch with no other personality trait?, his family or some other secondary characters that just appeared to be… there.
Steam: HOT.
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1,361 reviews770 followers
December 22, 2016

Before I start this review I just want to mention that I found the fact that I had one POV VERY VERY ANNOYING.. I only received Luke's POV at the end. I would have liked it before.


Also, I would have like some verbal confirmation about his past relationship with Gina.
Did Gina really do what Sophie said?
Come on these are important facts.


Furthermore, there was way too much other woman drama. I mean almost every place they went together, Gina was there making a play for Luke and poor Sophie had to watch. Even when she wasn't present others would mention her, aka THANKSGIVING HELL!
While Luke NEVER really explained what happened in their relationship. I know it's in his past but it was also part of his PRESENT here!
That's not right.

If she had an ex and he was always around he would have expected answers and details. This is a GROSS DOUBLE STANDARD!


And these are the main reasons why I can't give a five star review!
Communication is vital to any relationship. She is young but he should have trusted her with his past and what he knew.


Otherwise, this book was really HOT and I enjoyed it. The writing was engaging and the characters pleasant to read about.
And that epilogue, AMAZING!
I know that some may be put off by his job as a gynecologist but I was fine with it. Basically, he is a fertility specialist who doubles as a gynecologist for the college health clinic. This did bother me at first but as the story progressed it was no longer an issue.
I would recommend this book to those who don't mind not getting the whole story until the end and are not bothered by OW drama.

Safety: no triggers or cheating. Hero has drama from ex and she had a boyfriend at the beginning, but he got rid of that. Condoms used until medical clearance was given for him. She was a virgin.
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1,288 reviews3,230 followers
November 19, 2016
Jana Aston, If you are reading this, then may I say the "Acknowledgments" and "About the Author" sections at the end of WRONG had me in even more stitches than the book. I nearly died laughing, but what a way to go!

To everyone reading this, buy the book because it makes people happy... just read the other reviews
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1,548 reviews3,983 followers
September 19, 2017
4 Stars

Overall Opinion: This was a hot, relatively low angst, easy read. My main criticisms would be that I would like some more explanation as to what happens between the epilogue and the final chapter, and the derogatory words/phrases during dirty talk that didn't seem to fit. Otherwise, it was enjoyable!

Storyline: This was Sophie and Luke's story. Sophie has been crushing on the older (by 15 years) professional man, Luke, that has been coming to the coffee shop that she works at every Tuesday. She has a boyfriend, but she feels it's a harmless crush because she doesn't feel like it is reciprocated. She is shocked when she goes for a gynecological exam because she is ready to lose her virginity and get on the pill, and Luke walks into the exam room. After that embarrassing experience she bumps into him again at a restaurant with her boyfriend, she ends up breaking up with her boyfriend (for other reasons ), and she goes home with Luke. They have a hot night under the pretext that it was a one time thing, but they both realize they want more a couple days later and start a relationship. After some family drama for both of them, a manipulative ex, and some hot sexy times...they find their HEA.

POV: This was in Sophie's POV (Luke's for the epilogue).

Overall Pace of Story: Good. It was a quick read with no slow parts, and no instalove.

H rating: 3 stars. Luke. I wish he would've communicated what he wanted better at the end. I also had some issues with his dirty talk. I have read books in the past (usually bdsm type) that have a h or the H that enjoy humiliation. In those type of relationship dynamics, words like "slut", "hussy", and "bit_h" would often come out. I wouldn't necessarily have an issue with it, because it was something that would be built up and come to be expected because they needed it. Luke would throw those words into his dirty talk, and I just don't feel like it fit. At times, I would actually cringe because of the words he said...idk. It might just be me.

h rating: 3 stars. Sophie. I liked her. She was innocent but curious, strong willed, and I loved her funky sock obsession!

Sadness level: Low. No tissues needed.

Heat level: Moderate/high. It was hot. There was a good amount of sex, but I still feel like the story was primary and the sex was secondary.

Descriptive sex: Yes.

Sex scene with OW or OM: No

Cheating: No

Possible Triggers: No

Closure: I would call this a HEA, but I still had a good bit of unanswered questions...

Worth the $?: Yes. I paid $2.99 and I think it was worth it.
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350 reviews726 followers
November 28, 2016
I have a history of picking the wrong guy. Gay? Player? Momma’s boy? Check, check and check.

i LOVED the first few chapters,i read more than 30% in one day it was so funny, Sophie is a nice pretty heroine and as usual she's a virgin so you know where this is going...

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.

i'll shoot you, GLADLY!

Anyway, She goes to the clinic to get birth control where she sees Dr. Luke Miller, he's sex on stake, Tall handsome muscular with a gigantic penis (she finds out later)! and that can go without saying how awkward that appointment was *Facepalm* Long story short "Wrong" felt like Bared to You /crossfire series rip off, Which was a fifty shades rip off lol.

2 Stars for the first half.
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337 reviews1,008 followers
February 14, 2017
DNF. I stopped when Luke gave Sophie a breast exam in the shower. And he had more creepy stalker feels than the protective alpha I think the author was aiming for. It also bothered me that he kept on calling her a "hussy".

Do people say that during dirty talk? Hussy?
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1,446 reviews1,154 followers
November 11, 2016

It's not wrong if it's right for you.

Wrong has been on my radar for a long time. That bright coloured cover with the hint of a hot guy looking all corporate and sophisticated definitely caught my eye. I didn't buy it when it first came out though because there were rumours.

Bad rumours.

Wrong was wrong.

I heard Wrong was bad and people were offended by the way the hero talked to the heroine. There was talk that readers were turned off by his job and how she found out what he did for a living. I decided to hold off on buying and sit tight to see if the hype died down. Well, as per usual, with my very large Want To Read list on Goodreads, it got buried and I forgot all about it. Then recently, it caught my attention again.

This year has been a bit of a learning curve for me when it comes to my book selections. I have tested my comfort zones, decided that someone else's 1 star could be my 5 stars and stopped judging a book by its cover, genre or price tag.

I enjoyed the story. Yes, there were a few times my eye twitched but there were more times that I smirked, snickered and snorted. And talk about blushing. Oh boy, this book certainly got my heart pumping. Now, I know there was some negative talk about the hero's dirty talk. My approach to this is...whatever floats your boat. I'm not a fan of being called nasty names, but I'm also not a fan of being called honey or sweetie-pie. So, when I read a steamy story I try not to take too much notice of the pet-names.

The storyline was entertaining, the characters were interesting and I found the steamy scenes HOT! I would say that my biggest negative, was the immaturity of the characters. For me, it wasn't just the heroine, Sophie who is 21. I thought the hero, Luke was also a wee bit immature at 36. One example was when he used Sophie to push his mother's buttons. He apologised later, but geez, he's a grown man.

I started this story only knowing vaguely that some people weren't happy with it but I took a risk and I'm happy I did. Wrong is about a young woman about to finish college and start her working career falling in lust with a man. That man popped up in the most unexpected of places and turned her world around. Attraction started it all but soon it became more. This is definitely not a sweet love story. It's fiery, kinky and a little bit angsty too. Love isn't about numbers and it definitely isn't about staying in your social circles. Sometimes, a detour can lead you to the best and most magical place.

Wrong, for me, was all good. I'm kicking myself that I waited so long to read it...but on the other hand, stoked that I got it for $1.00. I wasn't offended by the dirty talk or his profession...it's just another story that entertained me and left me with a smile on my face.

To buy Wrong from Amazon - http://amzn.to/2eXOBNo

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810 reviews597 followers
October 7, 2015
DNF @ 40%

I was a little fooled by it's quirky-ness, turns out, it's got a whole bunch of Fifty Shades of Grey traits, the similar situations were excessive. Hero feels/spoke like Christian Grey. It got really corny too. Shame, cause it was quite fun at the beginning.
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819 reviews842 followers
October 12, 2015
3.5 "Grind Me" Stars

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There is nothing WRONG with a book that makes you smile, laugh, blush and sigh. I found this book to have the right balance of sweet, sexy, and sassy. It's a cute story with a great HEA, not much angst, and a lot of homage to the author's friends through the book.

The handsome sexy gynecologist and the 21 yr old virgin. I will say that it's a little cliche but I will say that it was written well. Sophie is sassy, Luke is sexy and together they create lots of steam. If you want an easy, sweet, sexy, fluffy read........Wrong is definitely not wrong!!

Arc generously given in exchange for an honest review

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2,101 reviews1,263 followers
January 3, 2016
ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review

There is nothing wrong with Jana Aston's debut book WRONG. This book was ooooh so right!!!! It was sexy, lighthearted, witty, playful and embarrassingly fun!!!


How can something so wrong feel so right? Well, the answer to that is simple. Jana Aston created a fun sexy read about Sophie, a 21 year old college virgin who fantasizes about a sexy customer who makes a weekly Tuesday appearance at Grind Me, a coffee shop that she works at. Sophie's imagination runs wild as to all the dirty things he can do to her body. When Sophie finally decides to cash in her V-card, she heads to the student's clinic to get on birth control and it's just her luck that Mr. Grind Me happens to be her gynecologist. So yeah...you can guess how embarrassing this could be for Sophie as she is spread eagle on stir-ups as Mr. Grind Me aka Dr. Luke Miller examines her. So what happens when Sophie and Luke runs into each other after her exam? Can all Sophie's dirtiest fantasies of Luke become a reality? There's nothing wrong with that.....right?!?!


All I can say is if you are looking for a fun, sexy, dirty-talking, witty, entertaining, amusing romantic comedy then I recommend you to read WRONG by Jana Aston. There was definitely nothing wrong with taking a chance in releasing in this book, nothing wrong with having a fantasy become a reality, and it's definitely not wrong to one-click this book!! So the only thing left to say is go read WRONG!!!! And Jana Aston, I hope you do plan to release Everly's story.

Review can also be found on Four Chicks Flipping Pages: http://fourchicksflippingpages.weebly...Jana Aston
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Author 118 books15k followers
July 10, 2018
Amazeballs. Now I have to figure out how to get Jana to send her books to me as she writes because they are too delicious to wait. But, man, she loves making us wait. What a hussy. :)
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432 reviews239 followers
December 3, 2016
4.25 Dirty Sexy Stars!

First read by this Author, and I loved it, I will Definitely be reading the next one!
Sophie & Luke's story was Deliciously funny, Smokin Hot, SEXY, Captivating and Oh So Dirty...Luke's bedside manner is worth the read alone...love a dirty talker! "Don't miss out on this one" ;)
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1,314 reviews2,862 followers
February 10, 2020
⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱*Luke's So Hot*⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱

Re-read: 10.02.2020
This book is actually still quite enjoyable. It's easy, fast forward, hot as hell and has likable characters. The book centers around Sophie ‘Soph’ Tisdale (21), a student (getting a degree in corporate accounting), and Dr. Lucas ‘Luke’ Miller (36), the the chief of obstetrics (a reproductive endocrinologist: his job is to get the patient pregnant, then he hand them off to an obstetrician) at the hospital (he volunteers as a gynecologist at Sophie's University a few hours a week). Sophie has a crush on Luke who comes to her work every Wednesday, who turns out to be her gynecologist. Little did she know that this will change her life (oh dear this review sucks and I'm tired). Overall, I'm glad I ended up re-reading this one. I like it, and Luke is so goddamn hot and I want a Luke for myself!

As the list is long, I put it in a spoilers tag.

Quick basic facts:
Genre: - (New Adult) Contemporary Romance (M/F).
Series: - Series, Book One (Standalone).
Love triangle? -
Cheating? -
HEA? -
Favorite character? - Lucas ‘Luke’ Miller.
Would I read more by this author/or of series? - Yes.
Would I recommend this book/series? - Yes.
Will I read this again in the future? - Probably and rating's the same.

First read review:
An easy, fun read. I liked it.
Rate: 3.5/4 stars.
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2,842 reviews1,483 followers
October 30, 2015
6 Not So Wrong Stars

This book is so not wrong, but so right. I had no idea who Jana Aston was. I just knew my friend kept on pressuring me to read it. I was told it was going to be super funny and super steamy.

I never realized I would fall in love. Yeah, I fell in love with Jana Aston, who is now on my favorite authors list. Congrats on her debut novel and if you do not know her, she’s JA Huss’ assistant, well now slash writer.

I haven’t laughed this hard since reading the seduction series. I smiled and giggled so many times, my face aches, but in a very good way.

Sophie is in college and is working as a barista until she graduates. She’s twenty-one, young, single and is your typical girl. I completely related to Sophie. She’s so naive, carefree and whatever she thinks, I was seriously thinking it too. She has a crush on one her customers.

Luke is the guy that comes in every Tuesday to get a cup of coffee. Luke and Sophie harmlessly flirt but there’s nothing more right? Luke is in his mid-thirties, a professional and comes in with a full suit!

Until one day Sophie runs into Luke… at her gyno appointment. I mean, come on, this stuff is gold!

I can’t express to you my love for Luke. He’s the alpha male I crave and hunger for any read. He’s smart, sophisticated, dominate and let’s face it a little dirty, but in such a yummy way. When Sophie is mortified meeting Luke under these not so great conditions, she takes it on in strides and its SUPER CUTE to read. I couldn’t contain my laughter.

Luke knows Sophie is too young for him and he has no business in being attracted to her, but he can’t help himself and they run into each other again. Then things move forward quickly and lots of fun things happens.

Wrong is the kind of book you pick up when you need a pick me up. After a long hard day of work, this book is the perfect treat for you. It’s light-hearted, completely adorable and very steamy. There are lots and lots of steam. And each steamy scene is different and worked for me. I couldn’t get enough of it. Now, I just sound like a perv, but you get what I mean.

After I finished reading it, I wanted to read it again. If you need a feel-good-book, then this one is for you.

Wrong by Jana Aston AMAZON
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117 reviews2 followers
October 12, 2015
I can't be the only one who thought Luke was creepy.

Even the dirty talk was creepy.

And I don't like creepy anymore. That was Fifty Shades times, dude.

Obviously it wasn't for me but hey, maybe you might like it.
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