All the Right Places (Riley O'Brien & Co. #1)

All the Right Places (Riley O'Brien & Co. #1)

by Jenna Sutton

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BN ID: 2940155741879
Publisher: Jenna Sutton
Publication date: 07/17/2018
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,491
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Jenna Sutton is a former award-winning journalist who traded fact for fiction when she began writing novels. Surprisingly, the research she conducted for her articles provided a lot of inspiration for her books.

Jenna is the author of the Riley O’Brien & Co. romances including All the Right Places, Coming Apart at the Seams, and Hanging by a Thread.

She has a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Texas Christian University and a Master’s degree in Integrated Marketing Communications from Northwestern University.

Jenna and her husband live in Texas in a 105-year-old house affectionately known as “The Money Pit”.

You can find out more about her and her books by visiting www.jennasutton.com or you can connect with her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jennasuttonauthor or Twitter @jsuttonauthor.

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All the Right Places 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
MaimeosAngelsEL 21 days ago
Jenna Sutton is a new author to me and I have no idea why that is. Quinn is the CEO of Riley O’Brien, a Jean company and as such he is a workaholic doing his best to make the family business a success. When Amelia is hired to design accessories for the business by his sister, Quinn is against the idea, particularly as he is immediately attracted to her. There were times that Quinn and his sexist remarks really annoyed me; what redeemed him in my eyes was how he fell hard and deep for Amelia. Unbeknownst to Quinn, Amelia has an arrangement with his sister which is in opposition to Quinn’s future plans for the company. Amelia being equally attracted knows that she should avoid personal involvement with Quinn at all costs but finally gives in to temptation. What will happen when the truth is finally revealed? Ava Lucas did a fabulous job of narrating the characters in a variety of voices and this absolutely enhanced my listening enjoyment.
TheSassyBookster More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars! Growing up in a small town, Amelia Winger had big dreams of becoming a successful designer but her lack of a formal education has always been a barrier until she gets the opportunity to design accessories for the famous denim brand, Riley O’Brien & Co. However, she is not prepared for Quinn O’Brien, the sexy CEO and the attraction between them. She is determined to achieve her dreams and despite her fight to keep things professional, the attraction between them is too hard to resist. I loved everything about this book! The characters, the romance between Amelia and Quinn, the family dynamics between Quinn and his siblings, the family history, everything! Amelia is smart, intuitive about fashion and very independent. Quinn on the other hand is a complex man, torn between the weight of his heritage and his duty to uphold and improve what his ancestors built. Quinn has devoted his life to Riley O’Brien and Co. until Amelia enters the picture and now he finds his attention divided between the company and his desire for home and hearth. Sometimes, I find myself liking one character more than the other but in this case, I actually liked both Quinn and Amelia. Amelia is a mix of sweet and confident with a dash of insecure while Quinn is a delicious and charming hunk of man! I love the gradual build-up of both the romance (which is very sweet, by the way) and the sexual tension between Amelia and Quinn. I love the mix of sweet and spicy in their relationship. The history of the Riley O’Brien & Co brand is a very central part of this story and I love that it was well-researched but not overdone. Family is also at the core of Quinn and Amelia’s story. Quinn has a wonderful family, which is something Amelia, whose only family is her best friend, has always wanted. I’m very vocal about not liking a lot of angst in my books and I love that there was very little of that in this book. Issues were quickly resolved and both Amelia and Quinn were very mature and worked to make their relationship successful. All the Right Places is a slam-dunk start to a series and Jenna Sutton has just become one of my favorite authors. For a first book in a series, All the Right Places does not suffer from information overload. In fact, even the hints of the upcoming romances of the other siblings are so subtle that you could blink and miss them! Source: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Barb-TRC More than 1 year ago
All the Right Places by Jenna Sutton is her debut novel, which is the 1st book in her Riley O’Brien & Co. series. This was an enjoyable sexy romance, and written very well by Jenna Sutton, which was very impressive, as it is her debut novel. I will be reading her next book in this fun series. The focus of this series centers on Riley O’Brien & Co denim empire. Quinn O’Brien is our hero and immediately caught our attention, as he waits for the elevator to bring him to his office. While he waits, he stares at the backside of a young redhead; after all that is his favorite part of the human body. :) His company does sell jeans, and the perfect fitting makes Riley O’Brien at the top of their field. But Quinn is not too happy to see that this nice butt does not have the Riley O’Brien label. Amelia Winger is our heroine, and I thought she was great. Amelia is working on becoming a successful designer, and has been offered a position to design accessories for Riley O’Brien to help increase sales for the women’s division. Quinn’s sister, Teagan has been after him to allow her to change the face of jeans for woman, which has become a disaster. The men’s jeans are perfect, but they are not good for women. Amelia agrees with Teagan, and she not only will design new accessories, she will secretly design new woman’s jeans, which Teagan will push at the right time. But Amelia doesn’t plan on falling for the sexy Quinn, and does everything she can to avoid him at all costs. Quinn can’t resist Amelia, and in a short time, they secretly have an affair that is sizzling all the way through. There was a bit of erotic in their romance, which was so well done, and I loved Quinn and Amelia together. Amelia rightfully worries that once Quinn finds out about her working with his sister, she will lose him. What happens when Quinn discovers the deception? This was such a wonderful delightful, steamy, and fun romantic story. All the secondary characters were great, and added nicely to the story. The background of the denim business was very well done, and the family oriented storyline was great. I found myself totally immersed into this fun story, enjoying it all, which I read it in one day. Jenna Sutton has done such a great job in writing this wonderful romance, and if this is her debut novel, she certainly has a wonderful career ahead of her, and I’ll be there reading her books as they are released. I wholly recommend you to read All the Right Places, as it was a fun, and sexy romance.
SRS2002 More than 1 year ago
Loved this debut by Jenna Sutton--sooooo well-written, fluid, and easy-to-read!  Amelia is so spunky, and I love that she's not your classic beauty--and Quinn loves that too!  ALOT!!!!  And, Quinn, Holy Mother!!!!  He's the whole package: smart, driven, domesticated--a family man by nature, smokin' hot!!!!  He's got the right amount of swagger and confidence without being arrogant.  And, the plot is different--thank the Good Lord!   So, I loved the romance, but there's so much more to this book: insight into the runnings of a large corporation, the impact consumers have on different industries, the connection of our pasts with our present and future, juicing, my list could go on... Sutton has a way with words and dialogue--I laughed out loud reading this book, and, for me, that's rare.  To paint such a picture of the characters that the reader can just feel, hear, see the scenes happening is truly a gift.  Yes, Sutton is a gifted storyteller, and I can't wait for the next installment in the series!
asgoodrich More than 1 year ago
All the Right Places proved to be an entertaining read that was smart, funny, and steamy… in all the right places. As the first book in the Riley O’Brien & Co. series, Ms. Sutton does a nice job of introducing us to the O’Brien siblings and their denim dynasty while moving the story along so that we get straight to the heart of the book – the relationship that develops between Quinn O’Brien and Amelia Winger. In what has to be one of the funniest opening scenes I have read in a while, we meet Quinn as he is checking out Amelia’s butt – strictly for market research purposes only…RIGHT! But seriously, as the acting-CEO and heir apparent to Riley O’Brien & Co. Quinn is frequently checking out how peoples’ jeans fit and he finds himself pleased by the derriere in front of him while at the same time appalled that someone would dare walk into his family’s company headquarters while wearing the competition’s denim. Little does he know that said rear belongs to the woman who is about to turn his world upside down – both professionally and personally. I adored Amelia’s character. As a self-taught fashion designer, what Amelia lacks in formal training she makes up for with sheer talent and has quickly become a fashion icon. Despite her success, she remains a small-town girl at heart and soon finds herself regretting the deal she made with Quinn’s sister Teagan – to redesign the women’s division of Riley O’Brien & Co. without letting Quinn know about it. While Amelia may not have any formal education past high school, she’s smart enough to know that entering into a personal relationship with Quinn while lying to him professionally won’t end well. But despite her best intentions, Quinn proves to be too much of a temptation for her to pass up and with the heat these two produce, the sex scenes were absolutely riveting (come on, that was funny). One of the things I appreciated about All the Right Places was that the author didn’t try to pass off instant lust as insta-love. While insta-love can be the perfect vehicle for moving a relationship (and book) along, it has no place in a book this length. I liked that both Quinn and Amelia admitted their attraction to one another and didn’t try to play it off as anything else in the beginning. This enabled the author to treat readers to some seriously hot sex scenes while building the relationship between the two gradually. It was because of this that when the proverbial excrement hit the fan, I was torn between agreeing that Quinn’s feeling of betrayal was justified, while at the same time understanding where Amelia was coming from and the position that Teagan had put her in. Needless to say I was heartbroken for both of them. I loved the resolution the author provided Quinn and Amelia and really enjoyed the Epilogue. I found All the Right Places to be an enjoyable read and I’m looking forward to reading the sequel, Coming Apart at the Seams, so I can find out what happened between Teagan and Nick. I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. ~ Wicked Reads Review Team ~
DebDiem 9 days ago
All The Right Places by Jenna Sutton is a fabulous contemporary romance. Ms. Sutton has provided readers with a well-written book. The characters are outstanding and just plain lovable. Amelia is a designer enlisted to help save the women's branch of Riley O'Brien & Co. Quinn is the acting CEO of Riley O'Brien & Co while his father is fighting cancer. Amelia and Quinn's story is packed with drama, humor and sizzle. This book captured me at Badonkadonk and didn't turn me loose until the end. I totally enjoyed reading All The Right Places and look forward to reading more from Jenna Sutton in the future. All The Right Places is book 1 of the Riley O'Brien & Co Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.
Anonymous 3 months ago
GJRA. I really liked all of the characters in this 296 page novel. I don't blame Teague for her part as she knew what she was doing and turned out right. I don't think normal people have sex all night and day, of course I may be wrong since I have been married to the same love for 58 years, it was just too much sex for 5 stars and the g.d. almost made it 3 stars. GJRA
Anonymous 4 months ago
Good plot easy quick read
Anonymous 4 months ago
Strong characters and lots of conflict in the storyline.
Anonymous 5 months ago
A woman with low self-esteem, visits her insecurities on everyone, and thinks she knows what everyone is thinking. Quinn deserves an equal partner not some bimbo that has to be placated all the time. I'm so disappointed in the female that I doubt I will continue series fearing that this type of female character will be repeated. Additionally, this is an updated version of an old book with little changes that don't make much difference in the outcome of the story.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Quinn, Amelia and the rest are a fun tangle of action and spice. It's addictive!
Anonymous 5 months ago
Great story.
Anonymous 6 months ago
This was an awesome story . Great writing .
Cynthia181 6 months ago
Beautiful This is a wonderful story about how love finds it's way when you least expect it. Quinn was learning how to run the family company before his father announces his retirement. His sister is bringing in a designer for women's accessories. Amelia is beautiful and smart. What happens next helps them all.
julieford More than 1 year ago
Jenna Sutton writes a story that shows that you are not defined by your problems and that you can achieve anything that you set your mind to. This is a great book with realistic characters and a storyline that flows. Amelia grew up in poverty with an amoral mother and now she is designing clothes and accessories for an iconic business. Quinn is running the long established family business and stressing over every decision. Quinn's sister hires Amelia to design accessories for their jeans and to secretly revamp the women's line. Quinn and Amelia start out as a business relationship but quickly realize sparks are flying between them. Love and secrets don't mix and they have to overcome many issues to have a true love.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it
Faerie-bookworm More than 1 year ago
Cute story! Title: All the Right Places Author: Jenna Sutton Genre: Contemporary Romance Format: Paperback Pages: 313 Rating: 4 Setting: San Francisco Main Characters: Amelia, Quinn Supporting Characters: Cal, Teagan Summary: Up and coming designer, Amelia, gets the opportunity of a lifetime when she gets a contract with Riley O’Brien & Co. Surprised by her attraction to the CEO, Quinn, she tries to keep their relationship professional but he has other plans. Thoughts: This was a really cute story. The characters were relatable and very easy to like. It was a little predictable, man meets woman, attraction, hiccup, HEA. I think it was because the hiccup was obvious, it was just when would it happen that was unknown. The writing was good and I did enjoy reading it. I look forward to reading the rest of the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very excited about this new author. Typically I am not a romance novel reader, but picked this up and read it and am now hooked! Can't wait to read the next books in the series. I felt the characters were well developed, complicated enough, without too much angst, interesting and likeable. The book moved at a good pace and was I was certainly rooting for Quinn and Amelia to get together. The sex scenes were steamy but the book was so well done, they were just an added bonus.  Watch for Jenna Sutton- I have a feeling she will be a best selling author!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a book that I will be recommending to my friends for sure.  I fell in love with the characters and found myself unable to put this book down because I wanted to find out what happened next.  It was clever, funny, and I found the heroine to be charming and witty and just a nice all around real girl.  I really appreciated that. It had a great tempo.  The transitions were smooth.  I found myself actually laughing out loud at a few parts.   I also have to add (only because it's a romance novel after all) that the sexy scenes were "oh my god" hot.  I mean, HOT.  Wonderfully descriptive, natural feeling, and made me realize I was pulling for them to work out their differences and end up together.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Once I started this book, it was hard to put it down. I really enjoyed the attraction and friction between Quinn and Amelia. I thought the story was very well written, and I could have picked Amelia out in a crowd from the author’s colorful descriptions. This book will get a spot on my keeper shelf. Looking forward to the next book from Ms. Sutton.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this book! The heroine, Amelia, is smart, sexy, and sassy. Riley O’Brien & Co. is a denim dynasty, and new designer Amelia gets her big break designing Riley O’Brien & Co.’s new accessories line. On her way to the designer big leagues, Amelia feels instant attraction to her new boss, CEO Quinn O’Brien. Quinn is all business until he lays eyes on Amelia.  Amelia and Quinn’s journey is HOT! Five stars!
Crazyfourbooks More than 1 year ago
ATRP really hit the spot! This book had some of everything. I laughed, growled, smiled, and even felt a tear trying to form once or twice. This is book number one in a new series, Riley O’Brien & Co. It took place in a refreshingly new setting! I was in my glory in the wonderful world of denim. In addition to a new setting, the characters were lively and realistic. Quinn was stubborn, headstrong, completely Alpha, sexy and charming. Amelia was talented and she was trying to be professional. ;-) Not an easy feat when faced with Quinn. The attraction between these two was magma hot! However there was no insta romance. It was a slow build up with a high level tension and chemistry. I kept wondering when they would finally give in. There was plenty of romance, some steam, secrets, determination, great characters, a new type of setting, and plenty of pages on which the plot played out. :-) I thought this book was awesome. I am super eager to read more about the siblings and their friends. If you are looking for a contemporary romance with great characters and plot. This one's for you. I received an ecopy in exchange for my honest thoughts
JensReadingObsession More than 1 year ago
I loved the opening scene, which is the excerpt above.  It really set the tone for the rest of the book - a perfect mix of fun and sexy. I love series about families and this was a great introduction to the O'Brien's. Both Amelia and Quinn are likeable characters and so is his brother Cal, his sister Teagan is a bit of a villian in this story, but I have a feeling she'll redeem herself in the next book. A solid contemporary romance that has me anxiously waiting for the book.  4.5 stars ARC via NetGalley
Under_The_Covers_BookBlog More than 1 year ago
3.5 Stars Reviewed by Francesca and posted at Under The Covers Book Blog I picked this up on a whim because I was starting to feel in a summery book mood and I have to say it’s hit the mark!  ALL THE RIGHT PLACES is sexy and sweet, and just a cute, fun story to lounge by the pool reading!  If you are a fan of Carly Phillips and Victoria Dahl you will enjoy this story. Quinn O’Brien has taken over control of the Riley O’Brien Jeans company now that his father’s health is declining.  Their sales are stumbling and they need to make some design changes, so his sister Teagan brings in designer Amelia Winger to spark things up for the company’s image.  Quinn is set in his ways and it will take some work to move him and get him to accept the new path for the company. Amelia has a troubled past, and that makes her more closed off to relationships than others.  She struggles with lying to Quinn about her real intentions with designs for the company, while working with his sister Teagan. I enjoyed both of these characters and the story as well.  At times it seemed a bit simple, but when the temperature rises outside I like to read simple.  Their chemistry was great and I was very entertained with the new setting of a jeans manufacturing and designing company.  That was fun and interesting. I admit I am probably more curious about the other siblings and can’t wait to read their stories!