Ask Me Something (The “Something” Series #2) by Aubrey Bondurant (Review by #NerdGirlBeth)

Ask Me Something

Title: Ask Me Something (The “Something” Series #2)

Author: Aubrey Bondurant 

Published Date:November 26th 2015

Genre: Adult Contemporary Romance

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***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

How do you ask the question, when you know the answer may change everything?

Sasha Brooks has been focused on one thing her entire life: her career. Newly promoted as the vice president in a New York advertising company, she has beauty, brains, and one hell of a fierce reputation. But she also has a secret that she keeps carefully guarded.

Brian Carpenter is finding out that managing his newest VP isn’t without its challenges, but when it comes to Sasha, he’d expect nothing less.
His easygoing personality and Southern charm are the yang to her yin and the calm to her storm.

Over the last eight years of their friendship, the flirtations, innuendos, and chemistry have almost led to more, but Sasha has convinced herself they’re better off just friends.
Almost.
Until the moment she thinks he’s with someone else.

Is she too late to admit her feelings?
Gathering the courage to ask the question, Sasha discovers she isn’t the only one keeping secrets.

You think you know someone….

Full Length Standalone book with no cliffhanger. Second book of the “Something Series”
Recommended for mature readers due to situations of language, and sexual content.

 

***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***#NerdGirlBeth’s  Review***

The book took a little getting used to, but once I was settled I was intrigued.  Sasha is such a control freak yet because she really has no other choice.  I loved watching her grow in the warmth of Brian.  I also really liked that she was able to climb the corporate ladder even with her anxiety issues.  So many women suffer from this disorder and no one ever talks about it.  I applaud  Bondurant for her accurate portrayal of this disorder, yet does not make Sasha look weak in any way.  Although this is a wonderful love story, it felt more powerful than that for me.

 

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