Book Reviews

Book Review: Sure Thing

Title: Sure Thing

Author: Jana Aston

Rating: 4.5 stars

 

Jana Aston’s books always leave me with a big smile on my face and Sure Thing is no exception. This book was fun, sweet and a whole lot of sexy.

 

Violet is sitting at a bar one night wondering if she should go ahead and do it. Spend some one-on-one time with a guy she just meets. Her musings turn into reality when a guy gives her the eye and buys her a drink. He comes over and Violet has won the jackpot as he has a British accent.

 

“Do you know what’s great about British men? Everything. I mean, I’ve never met one before this and they’re likely no different than American men, but the accent. It’s everything, right? You can say it’s a cliché or whatever, but come on. It’s panty-meltingly good. I know he’s speaking the same language but the words just sound so much better falling from his lips.”

 

Jennings is over in America to be able to take his grandmother on a guided tour. But before that starts the next day, there is no harm in having a little fun. This is when he runs into Violet (although she doesn’t give him her name straight away). Jennings finds Violet cute and quirky and is instantly intrigued by her.

 

“I don’t normally have women so reluctant to give me attention. Or speaking to me like I’m a lost dog. Yet I’m smiling and curious about what she’s going to throw at me next.”

 

They spend the night together and have a really good time, each wondering if something more could have happened but they know they won’t see each other again.

 

Although, all this changes when Jennings joins the tour and sees Violet is the tour guide. However Violet is impersonating her twin sister Daisy and thus hijinks ensue. Both are hiding secrets from the other but this doesn’t stop them from falling in love.

 

I loved Violet and Jennings relationship as they worked so well together. They really were very special together. I am also looking forward to getting Daisy’s story and finding out what she was doing all throughout the time.

 

Jana Aston has quickly become a favourite of mine as I have read and loved all her books. I can’t wait to read what she writes next.

 

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