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Title: Right

Author: Jana Aston

Date of Publication: April 6, 2016



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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 full-length standalone novel.
This novel features Everly, Sophie’s best friend from the novel Wrong.
Both books were written as standalones and can be read without the other.


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Meagan’s 4.5 Star Review

Why did I like this book? Because it was FUN. Right is well written, quirky, hot, and hilarious. It was like sitting down to watch the Big Bang Theory after a crap day. Seriously, this book is better than taking a Xanax.

“So I’ll call you?” he asks, smiling. “We can Netflix and chill?” He laughs as he says it, leaning against the car with his hands in his pockets.

“You’re an asshole, Sawyer! And you’re at least a decade too old to be using that phrase!”

I love, love, looooved Wrong, so it was a no-brainer that I had to get my hands on Right as soon as possible. Now I’m not going to lie, I did like Wrong better, but that doesn’t mean Right isn’t one of my new favorites of the year. I have such a huge lady crush on Everly. Omg was she crazy, but in the best and seriously, most entertaining way. And yes, at first, I thought there could be no one for Everly but Finn, but holy crap, Sawyer knocked my socks off. I want a Sawyer! He’s just as conniving as Everly (maybe ever more so), unbelievably sexy, and how could you not melt at the end of the book?!

“I bet women bend right over this desk for you,” I lean forward and place my hands on the desk and drop one shoulder seductively. “I bet they’re all, ‘Oh, Sawyer, it’s so big. I don’t think it’s gonna fit.’ Newsflash for you. They’re lying. It always fits.”

I just can’t get over how freaking funny this book is. Read this book if you have any kind of funny bone. It’s totally over the top but at the same time so sweet that you have no choice but to fall head over heals for Sawyer. You can be your sweet ass I’d Netflix and chill with him.

“I’m open to trying whatever your thing is. Unless it’s anal. I’m saving anal for marriage.”

“Saving anal for marriage,” he repeats back to me. “Is that an actual thing?” He’s incredulous.

“It’s a thing.”

“I don’t think that’s a thing.”

Jana Aston is one of my new go-to, absolute favorite authors. I’m in love with both Right and Wrong, and I can’t wait to see what she has in store for us next. Pleaseeeeee let it be Chloe and Boyd!



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He’s attractive, I’ll give him that. If you go for tall, incredibly fit men with chiseled jaws and thick dark hair. Which no girl does, ever. It must suck to be him.

He grabs my stuff and leads me to a small silvery blue sports car—a Porsche, I note with a roll of my eyes. He holds the passenger door open for me before tossing my bag in the trunk.

I slide into the passenger seat of the low-slung car as the door thuds shut behind me and busy myself with the seatbelt, using the opportunity to watch him as he crosses the front of the car. His strides are confident, unhurried. The fingers of his left hand skim the hood before he rounds the headlight and reaches the driver’s side door.

I suddenly feel uneasy, and I never feel uneasy.

This car is too small for the both of us. I’m annoyed at the idea of being cooped up inside the same ten square feet as him all the way to Philadelphia. I just met him twenty minutes ago. Why is he having this effect on me?

The door handle clicks and he’s behind the wheel, the engine purring a second later. I watch him buckle himself in from the corner of my eye, but keep my head straight, my focus on my hands folded in my lap, until the silence goes on too long. He’s staring at me, the car idling, apparently content to wait until he has my attention. I turn my head and meet his eyes. They’re brown, another check mark completing tall, dark and handsome. They light up with amusement as he speaks, which unsettles me. Why?

“How can you possibly think Finn Camden is the right man for you?”

That’s why.


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About The Author 


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Jana Aston is the New York Times bestselling author of WRONG.

She quit her super boring day job to whip up another book & is
hoping that was not a stupid idea.

In her defense, it was a really boring job.

RIGHT releases on April 6th


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