All the Wrong Places
From Jerilee Kaye, author of best-selling novel “Knight in Shining Suit”, comes the spin-off of the top-grossing interactive story, “All the Wrong Reasons”.
One last adventure. That was all Julianne wanted.
One last trip to escape the pressures of an arranged marriage to a man she doesn’t love and doesn’t even like. One last time to experience freedom… to go wherever she wanted to go, to be anyone she wanted to be.
On her last two weeks in Paris, she met someone unexpected—aspiring painter, Jas Mathieu. He was as handsome as hell, and as sweet as heaven. He captured her heart, lit her fire and consumed her soul.
She wanted to give Jas every part of herself, but she was already promised to a powerful man who could easily ruin the simple life of the guy she fell in love with. Terrified of what her father and fiancé could do to Jas if she stayed with him, she fled Paris and left him behind—with no real information about herself, not even her real name.
Little did she know, that the passionate night they spent together would be the cause of her broken engagement and would change her life forever.
Seven years later, after her father stripped her of her heiress title and privileges, she crossed paths with Jas Mathieu once again. And this time, she found out that he wasn’t exactly the struggling artist she thought he was. And he was no stranger to the family and social circle she belonged to.
It turned out that years ago, when they met... she wasn't the only one keeping secrets.
Loved every bit of this book
This story is the sweetest. I love every second of it. It’s truly beautiful, and if you’re a hopeless romantic like I am you should definitely read this. It’s also filled with very sensual and descriptive scenes, which I loved as well. Just make sure you read this somewhere where you can’t be interrupted. I just read this book in 4 days, a week before Christmas meaning we have a ton of family over and I hated all the interruptions and noises. I just wanted to be alone with my book. I was so into it that I didn’t want to do anything else. I recommend it 100%. There are a few grammar mistakes, but nothing too bad that you can’t ignore.
Note: this serves well as a sequel to All The Wrong Reasons by the same author. I didn’t read the book, I read the summarized story in the app Chapters. They also have All the Wrong Places but I liked All the Wrong Reasons so much that I knew I needed to buy the actual book for All The Wrong Places. Chapters can’t do justice to these stories. I regret not reading the first book. I will probably buy it eventually and read it even though I know the ending already. You don’t need to read the first book to understand this one, but the characters have more depth if you have that background. I would recommend reading both.
Good story but needs editing
This is a great storyline once you get past the desperate need for editing. I really liked the story, but throughout the entire book editing was needed. If it wasn’t a misplaced or misused comma or period, it was an incorrectly used pronoun or word. I think the story would flow better if the dialogue was more realistic. No contractions were used, and it made the dialogue seem stiff. I had a difficult time reading the book because the errors detracted from the reading. I really liked the storyline and love story, though.
Couldn’t put it down
I really enjoyed the storyline. Would have been 5 stars if there weren’t so name typos and grammatical errors.