By Jana Aston
I've always been a good girl.
I work hard, I follow the rules and I always achieve my goals.
But sometimes good girls want things that aren't good for them.
Or someone who isn't good for them.
Like their new boss.
And sometimes they do very bad thigns to get his attention.
Like sell their virginity in an auction.
Who knew he'd be so very, very mad?
Maybe this was not my best laid plan...
Good Read5By DoingthisforcoinsssssdzzzzzLydia gets kissed by a stranger in a bar and is quite taken by him. Then she finds out he’s her new boss, Rhys. When she approaches him to proposition him, she gets some very mixed signals. So, she devised a plan to catch his interest and to see if he has any true interest. Losing her virginity at 22 is way more work than she expected. This was a funny, hot read. Lydia is a uniquely honest and truly Good Girl and Rhys is the gorgeous bad boy who fights against the inevitable—but hopefully not until it’s too late.
The best5By JLoc0303Jana really knows how to make you laugh. Read her books. They are the best.
Ridiculous1By DirtybutThis 22 year old acts about 5. So unrealistic. No one is that big of a moron. How could any man be turned on when someone says, “are we gonna do the sex now?” So idiotic. I only continue to read because I paid for this crap book.
Couldn’t finish it.2By AA723Love Jana’s previous books. Good Girl started out okay; a little hot and funny. But by midpoint of the book, Lidia became more unrealistically immature, pathetic and moronic chapter after chapter after chapter. I had 5 chapters left but couldn’t finish it. This is my first time ever not finishing a book and I’m an avid reader.
Not good2By JENNNNNNNNNNNNNIIIEnough with the virgins turning into sluts! I couldn’t even finish it!
Unbelievable but enjoyable3By N.i.k.k.i_DI found the leap the character from goody-goody to prostitute unbelievable. However, I still enjoyed the book and the characters development.
Love it5By B. L. Fe78I loved this book and can't wait for Payton’s book.
Good Girl4By BellaBean4 stars
SO Good!5By Ladydi232Good Girl - So Good! I think I’m kinda in love with a Good Girl! Lydia is funny and quirky and amazing. Rhys never even has a chance against her awesomeness! And I SO want more of EVERY supporting character!! Give me more!!! I don’t know when I’ve just completely enjoyed a book so much! “I thought if he just gave me a chance he might like me in a several-months kind of way instead of a two-day-shipping kind of way. That was the plan after all. Sorta the plan. Falling in love with him was not the plan.” -More than 5 Stars!-
Hilarious!5By iloveAC/DCJana Aston is a comedic genius! She should write for television, but of course, it would have to be for cable since she has such a naughty mind. Ms. Aston’s latest novel, Good Girl, is a seriously funny romantic comedy. The story is well paced. The plot is straight forward and easy to follow. There is no real angst, and the humor is over-the-top. I was literally laughing out loud at Lydia’s antics and Payton’s creatively mixed up phraseology. Lydia is the perfect nerd. The former Girl Trooper is a total “good girl”. Her innocence and enthusiasm are adorable attributes. Her best friend Payton, is not quite so innocent, but she is 100% a loyal friend with the best of intentions when it comes to her gal pal, Lydia’s interest in Rhys, her swoon new boss. Ms. Aston has made it chic to be a virgin who holds out for someone worthy. her quirky sense of humor shines through her characters and their wacky predicaments. I fell for all the characters in Good Girl, but recent-college-graduate, Lydia is one of my all time favorites. Good Girl is a feel-good, laugh-out-loud read that left a smile on my face. I got my reading badge, and now I’m working on my bug-the-author-for-more-books-about-these-characters badge.