Sasha is the first book in the connected standalone series Mixed Drinks.
When it comes to relationships, I have really bad luck. Each time I meet a guy, I cross my fingers and hope he is at least halfway normal. I'm so tired of dealing with crybabies and freak shows that I could just scream. At this point, I'm so close to just joining a convent, taking the vow of chastity, and calling it quits with men entirely. Well, I probably don't need to go to that extreme... I mean who am I kidding? There's no way I could be a nun. But becoming an old crotchety lady with 20 cats lurking around? Now THAT is a definite possibility. That is until I see him, my brown-eyed stallion man, swooping in to save me from an unforeseen wrinkly old balls attack, and then... he is gone. Well, not gone completely, because I can't stop fantasizing about him.
I fantasize about him so much that when I finally do see him again, I make a complete and total ass of myself. Several times in fact. How I do not drop dead of embarrassment right then and there is beyond me.
So, remember I said I have really bad luck? Well, sit back, grab a glass of wine or your favorite mixed drink, and let me tell you how it all started, and how it all ends...
Where does Sasha rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
One of my favorites
What was one of the most memorable moments of Sasha?
Her day at the beach
What about Tina Marie Shuster’s performance did you like?
She made me feel a part of the story
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Expect the unexpected
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Cute and quirky story. Definitely lots of laughs without feeling forced!
I love an audio book that feels like a story being played out, not so much like I'm being read to. There were many points in this book where I just felt read to, and would zone out and have to rewind to see what I missed. But the narrator's voice was fun and bright...exactly this book needed!