Ask Me - M. Malone

Ask Me

By M. Malone

  • Release Date: 2018-10-02
  • Genre: Romantic Comedy
Ask Me book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 91 Ratings)

Ask Me M. Malone Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

A sexy, swoony rom-com about what happens when the one that got away comes back. At the worst possible moment.

ANDRE
I’m that guy. The one women want and other men want to be.
Arrogant? Maybe.
Accurate? Abso-F’ing-lutely.
So when my brother dares me to hit on women as a regular guy, I’m up for the challenge. It turns out quite a few ladies like ripped jeans just as much as haute couture. Except for one. Casey. Nothing I do impresses this girl which only makes me want her more. For the first time, I’m smitten.
Until she ditches me after a night of intense passion.

CASEY
If it’s possible to screw up a good thing, I’m the girl who’ll figure out how. So when I get a new job, I celebrate with one last night of fun before focusing on climbing the corporate ladder. 
Until my night of fun walks into the office and I discover who he really is. My firm’s biggest client and my new nightmare.
Egotistical, entitled and infuriating, Andre Lavin is not making it easy for me to ignore him. In a battle of wills, we’ll see who can hold out the longest. 
And who is still standing at the end.

An inappropriate office romance that will have you clutching your pearls and laughing until you cry! ASK ME is a standalone romantic comedy but features crossover characters from the USA TODAY bestselling book BEG ME. 

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User reviews about this book

  • Laugh out loud sexy

    5
    By LisanneH
    This was a laugh out loud sexy read. We met Andre Lavin in Ask Him. Now we get the Ask Me. Casey is trying to be more focused. Focused on work, that is. But in wlaks her super hot hook up Andre. When they met and hooked up, he was a regular dude. But when he walked in, he walked in as her firms largest client. Cockiest, too.
  • Read it in one

    5
    By Fifhshcxrs hatpjxgp
    Have you ever started reading before bedtime only to find yourself writing a review at 3am? Finishing this book my only thought was wow. I hated Andrè in Beg Me. He was arrogant and rude, not someone I thought I would ever sympathize with. In Ask Me not only did the author make me care about the issues an Italian billionaire can face, I liked him. I still think he’s arrogant but I care about why he’s tired and jaded. There is nothing in this book that will be a surprise, billionaire fashion mogul falls for small town girl and uproots his life to be with her. Small town girl gets scared and runs. HEA ensues. I still loved it, despite the predictable plot line, because I cared about the characters. Props to the author, looking forward to more from her.

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