Sass

  • by Laramie Briscoe
  • Narrated by Emma Lysy
  • 4 hrs and 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

I, Cassandra Straight, have loved Reed Shamrock to distraction since I was a teenager. I even watched him fall in love with someone else and almost get married. A year ago, when he walked into his house and found his fiancée's face in his best friend's crotch, his life changed forever and it hasn't been the same since. On his first night out since the horrible incident, we ran into the ex-skank. Seeing the devastation in his eyes, I made a promise that I would help him get over her. I told him that a pretend relationship between us would work. It would help him move on. I didn't count on my heart or his getting in the way. And I sure as hell didn't count on not being able to tell when pretend turned to reality. When it all implodes, the only thing left is the truth. Sometimes though, the truth? It hides and we have to dig deep to find it. To make it come to the surface, we have to give it a little talking to. We have to give it a little Sass.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

ove, heartache, and Love, heartache and a whole lot of alpha maleness, sparks, and fireworks!

What happens when your older brother's hot best friend who you've been crushing on FOREVER needs a little help making his ex jealous? Well, when Laramie writes it, you can be sure there will be love, heartache, and a whole lot of alpha maleness, sparks, and fireworks! Like she does with all her characters, Laramie makes you love some, hate others and wish you were the object of their affection.

If you've never read any of Laramie's books, first of all, you're missing out. But secondly, since this is a standalone, why not start here? After you meet Reed and Sass, you'll be searching for more of her titles and be glad you did.
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- Danielle

Just Terrible!

This book is awful. The narrator should never be allowed to do a male voice. She makes him sound so so stupid. I think she was trying to do a southern accent while also doing a male voice and it just came out all wrong.
But the narrator was not all that was wrong. This book is just poorly written. Without giving too much away, it did not make much sense to me that "Sass" wanted this guy her whole life, then when she got him, she was pushing him away. It was like the author was looking for problems where there were not any and not going after what could have been real issues for the couple to deal with. The whole book seemed rushed and lacked content. Please please save your money and buy something else. This is just a waste of time.
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- Heather

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-11-2016
  • Publisher: Laramie Briscoe