Fling (Wrong #2.5) By: Jana Aston



Ratings: 4 stars

Pages: 98 pages

Story Format: Dual POVs

Published Date: 1st Nov 2016

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Is it something about Jana Aston that I love her books so much. This is the third book she wrote and off course the third I read of hers and I love each and every character in her books to deepest. After reading Right I didn’t know there was book for Sandra and Gabe. But well, more the book more the merrier (I think I did something wrong there, but I don’t care).

So, this third book is short story for Sandra, Sawyers assistant and Gabe, Sawyer’s business partner and best friend. Gabe’s not technically Sandra’s boss but his boss’s best friend and business partner. I liked the way that girl thinks.

I have a crush on my boss’ best friend. 
At least it’s not my brother’s best friend. 
Or my best friend’s brother. 
Or… never mind. It’s all pretty cliche. 

And worse? My boss’ best friend is his business partner. Which sort of makes him my boss too. Okay – it’s not sort of. It’s definite. Gabe Laurent is off limits. Totally off limits. 

So, Gabe and Sandra were introduced in the prior book Right (Sawyer and Everly’s story) and I thought that was it. I mean who would have thought we would also get to read about sweet and awkward behaving Sandra. (Trust me her awkwardness is nothing like Chloe)

The starting of the book is quite interesting if you ask me. Gabe get his hand on sex quiz which Sandra jokingly filled given by her friend Preston in their quarterly meeting. I will suspense it you with the sex quiz questions, don’t want to ruin them for you all.

 Sweet Sandra wants to do dirty things with me.

You know after reading that quiz what did that hot nerd, oh yes i am talking about Gabe, did? he folded the paper in half and kept it in his pockets. The mortification of it was so silly. My God. I laughed so much reading this book. A sweet and quirky and amazing cute book.



One thought on “Fling (Wrong #2.5) By: Jana Aston

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