He was almost perfect.
Right Guy, Wrong Word by Jewel E. Ann is now live!
Do books have souls?
Anna Black has the perfect novel choice for her book club. She also has a sexy new neighbor who jumps at the opportunity to join fellow bookworms in discussing her pick for their summer read.
It’s lust at first sight and the marriage of two literary souls.
The charismatic owner of a new T-shirt store in Des Moines’s East Village, Eric Steinmann, has a confident air and an irresistible “mating dance.” He’s almost perfect … until he says the wrong word.
Will Anna and Eric write their own story? Or will their chemistry die when fiction turns into reality?
**Right Guy, Wrong Word was originally written as a short story, The Last Person. It’s been revised with significant changes to the original content and extended into a full-length novel.
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Meet Jewel E. Ann
Jewel is a Wall Street Journal & USA Today bestselling author with a quirky sense of humor. When she’s not saving the planet one tree at a time, you can find her role modeling questionable behavior to her three boys, binge-watching Netflix with her husband, and writing mind-bending romance.
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My Five-Star Review:
Right Guy, Wrong Word by Jewel E. Ann was initially published as a short story, but her readers were requesting more, and Jewel thought she would comply with the demands; I, for one, am so happy.
Anna Black from Iowa does marketing work for Boulder Gym; she lives with her roommate Freya. Together they are in a book club where, once a month; each member suggests their favorite book. This month it’s Anna’s turn, and the club is reading her favorite story. When Eric Steinmann, a new tenant, joins the book club, his one word to describe the book is unfavorable; Anna doesn’t know what to do with constructive criticism. Before this, Anna thought he was the last true gentleman who showed chivalry from Kansas City.
“Pretty is a timeless compliment. Cute as a bug’s ear is a little dated.”
“Be still my beating heart.”
“Book club should not feel like a cancer diagnosis.”
“Egos are the demise of humanity.
Jewel E. Ann is unbelievable with her writing; she constantly challenges herself, and her dry sense of humor is hilarious.