- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 6 hours and 40 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Rutherford Press
- Audible.com Release Date: November 9, 2016
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M5KQTZO
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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.
~Michelle of Four Chicks Flipping Pages
>I am an independent reviewer. This book is the 1st in the Wrong series and ends in an HEA. Sophie is a 21-year old college senior and virgin. She wants to change that status and goes to her school’s clinic to get a prescription for the pill. Luke is a 37-year old doctor who volunteers at the clinic and finds himself the doctor on call when Sophie walks in. Now the twist is that Luke and Sophie have flirted with each other for a while at the coffee shop where Sophie works and Luke visits each morning. The description of her gynecological exam and the running commentary in Sophie’s brain is probably the funniest thing I’ve ever read.
>Luke seems a little heavy handed and doesn’t usually give Sophie much explanation for why he does the things he does, but he is super protective and very forgiving. There are a few odd things about the book that do not detract from story, but I felt could have been used to further the plot more. For example, the character of Boyd is introduced and really goes nowhere. The cruel things that Gina and Luke’s father say to Sophie behind Luke’s back are never really revealed to Luke. Sophie could have explained some of her running away, but instead lets Luke think she is acting like a child.
>Dating an ob/gyn has to be awkward and this elephant is definitely addressed, often with laugh out loud results. On the whole, this book was such a fun read and is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving this book 5 stars.
Honestly, Luke was kind of a jerk after they get over the initial awkwardness hump. And later, come to think. Dude has some communication issues. The situation with Gina comes to mind. And his parents. That was not fun.
But Sophie's into him and she's willing to work around his weirdness with her. Let's just say it takes a while for them to reach a point where they were on the same page for more than just sexy times. But once they get there, they're there. BOOM.
Enjoyable. I didn't love Sophie's coworker/friend, but...no, sorry. I got nothing. She was like a tank with no regard for who she ran over in her plan. It was sort of off-putting. I'm going to assume she's not quite as terrible as she was here in her own book. But, you know, maybe I'm wrong.
-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal
I did have trouble warming up to Luke. I actually really liked him in the beginning but as the story went on my liking for him diminished. I had trouble feeling the connection between him and Sophie. He was short and abrupt when he talked to her and I found it frustrating at times.
I will say that Sophie and Everly made this book for me. I loved their friendship. Their banter had me laughing out loud and I loved how loyal they are to each other.
I would recommend this book!!!