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Ask Me Something (Something Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- ASIN : B0184FTKAI
- Publisher : Aubrey Bondurant; 1st edition (November 26, 2015)
- Publication date : November 26, 2015
- Language : English
- File size : 638 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 414 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #25,286 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from the United States
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Sasha B Fierce and Brian are just about the cutest! Brian has this idea that he wants to be with Sasha (has wanted to for YEARS) but they are just friends. Sasha is attracted to Brian also, but concerned about how it would look for her career since they work together. She feels that a relationship with him may look like she slept her way into her position. But Brian has a plan to get her to be his. It all starts with a "friends with benefits" kind of thing with some very specific rules. He gets to be in charge!
This is a great story showing how far a man will go to get the woman he wants, and how the man will often mess up. It also shows the evolution of Sasha to being a person that is completely career driven to realizing that you can still be independent when you are in a couple. You also get a good look at how the Fierce persona is a huge front and how she got to be that way. Its a touching story and it did make me cry in a few places.
Brian Carpenter is Josh Singer’s best friend and a Regional Vice President for Josh’s Company, Gamble Advertising. He can charm the pants off of most women and has the absolute ability to put everyone he comes into contact with at ease.
Sasha Brooks has the nickname Sasha-B-Fierce for a reason. Her career has always been the most important thing to her and now that she has become a VP at Gamble Advertising, working for Brian, she works twice as hard to maintain the façade that she is the ice queen she portrays to the outside world. She has it all, including secrets that she keeps guarded to protect herself. I especially loved how she learned to become even stronger and how she was able to make her point, quick on her feet.
Sasha and Brian have worked together for 8 years and have become great friends and despite much flirtation, chemistry and a close call, they have never gotten together. One night where she believes Brian is with someone else changes everything. Can she tell him how she feels? They must both learn to trust each other and ask the right questions to maybe finally get what they want.
So many characters played pivotal parts in moving the story along. I loved how Sasha’s Dad used football metaphors to shore Sasha up. “Darlin’, you’re the quarterback in the red zone on fourth down with inches to go. Do you want the ball, or will you settle for the field goal?”
I spent so much time laughing, crying and swooning while reading this book. I absolutely could NOT put it down. Bring on Book 3!!
I am a recent addition to the Aubrey Bondurant fan club but I am loving her more and more with each new read. She writes her characters with so much emotion. They are so real and flawed. Sasha B Fierce gave me some laughs and made me a little teary eyed too. I am so excited to jump into book 3.
Top reviews from other countries
The reason it doesn't get five stars is that some scenes, mainly the sexy ones, seem copy and pasted from the first book ie what to do when a woman has her period. This leads to some inconsistencies e.g. first the hero is a bit clueless about this, next he is confidently whipping out her tampon to have sex with her! The sex scenes are occasionally a little dirty and there is a visit to a bdsm club and some of what that entails. Not quite the full fifty shades experience but some people might appreciate a warning.
This is one author I will definitely read more of.