ARC Review + Excerpt & Giveaway: Fling by Jana Aston

*** WARNING! This book is for ADULTS only or may be unsuitable for people under 21 years of age due to sexual content, graphic violence, and/or mature themes. Reader discretion is highly advised. If you are easily offended, then this book is not for you and please do not continue. ***


Today we have Fling by Jana Aston, a sexy romantic comedy that releases today!! Grab your copy and enter Jana’s giveaway today!

Fling: a novella by Jana Aston

Series: Standalone
Published: November 1st 2016 by Rutherford Press
Language: English
Print Length: 74 pages
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotica
Target Reader: Adult

Ebook: Amazon US • Amazon UK • B&N • Kobo • iBooks

Fling is a STANDALONE novella – about 80 pages

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.

Which is fine. I make do with my imagination. He’ll never know. Ever.
Unless my work bestie passes me an eighties-style teen movie sex quiz
during a meeting and I fill it out.

And it ends up in Gabe’s hands…



Oh my oh my oh my… Gabe! Wait… do you still remember Sawyer Camden, the rich stalker businessman from Wrong who is in love with a college student, Everly? Yes, this is a story about his executive assistant, Sandra. As much as I hate her boss’, Sandra’s story is sooo much better.

Sandra Adams works her ass off and stay professional even she has secret crush with with her boss’ best friend-slash-business partner, Gabe Laurent. He’s such a wet dream for Sandra and impossible to reach. Unexpectedly, Gabe feel the same towards Sandra. He always watch her from afar but still questioning for go for it or not. But when the chance came and Gabe took it.

As a executive assistant for CEO, Sandra always do her job flawlessly to please her boss. She’s my kind of a girl. Ordinary, hardworking, independent and doesn’t really care about boys except for Gabe. The truth, Sandra is quite submissive around him. I noticed she’s often blushing and blabbering which is cute. I feel you, woman. It’s normal when you have crush with someone.

Fuck me, this girl. She evokes something in me. I want to take this weight of shyness off her shoulders. I want to strip her bare, run my hands over every inch of her until she abandons the blushing and begs me for more. I want to touch her everywhere, find out what makes her back arch and her toes curl, to see what she looks like when she comes. For me.

Nothing special on Gabe. On his thirty-five, he acts like he should. He didn’t really romanticize. He’s also great in bed. Finally, when they’re on casual fling, he feels something. But he knows Sandra is kind of woman who wants real relationship. A little miscommunication happened but they’re quickly repair it. *cough* Still, my favorite scene is in the office. *cough*

I have some minor complaints, though. I wish this could be longer than a novella. Their relationship has potential to be more. Yeah, the title is FLING, maybe that’s why. I wish Sandra could be more firm around Gabe. She always said ‘Yes’ to everything. I just wanna Gabe has more struggle to get her; not only by jealousy. Gabe even didn’t sweat a bit to have her. Hmph. As you know how much I hate OTT drama, this has none. They didn’t over-exaggerating everything and I liked it. Short and sweet office romance with naughty spices.

“Women are complex creatures, Gabe. They think it means something when a man takes his sweet-ass time asking her on a date. They think it means you’re just interested in the sex.”





Excerpt from FLING by Jana Aston

“What do you think of Sandra?” I ask Sawyer as I snag a signed baseball from a display case along the far wall of his office. I settle into one of the guest chairs across his desk and toss the ball over my head before catching it again.

He’s reviewing something on his monitor and he pauses at my question and turns his attention to me. “You know she’s the best executive assistant I’ve ever had. Do you need her help with something? I thought you were happy with Preston?”

Somehow human resources only assigns me gay men or women old enough to have birthed me. I suspect that’s on direct orders from Sawyer. Dick.

I give the ball another toss and catch. “No, I meant, what do you think of Sandra as a woman?”

“I don’t,” Sawyer says, narrowing his eyes at me.

“She’s got a thing for me,” I say.

“She doesn’t,” Sawyer says dismissively and taps the mouse on his desk, intent on ignoring me.

“She does,” I insist. “She’s always looking at me.”

“Maybe she thinks you’re an idiot.”

That’s a distinct possibility. I’ve never been quite sure. Most of the time she ducks her head and calls me Mr. Laurent as she scurries past. It fucking turns me on, but I’m not sure if it turns her on or if she honestly just thinks I’m an asshole.

“I think she’s dating someone in marketing,” Sawyer adds while tapping on his keyboard, engrossed with whatever’s on the screen in front of him.

“They broke up over the summer,” I say confidently, leaning back in the chair and tossing the ball a little further in the air.

“How do you know that?” Sawyer stops typing and crosses his arms across his chest. He doesn’t look pleased with my knowledge of Sandra’s dating life; I think he views her like the little sister he never had. “What could you possibly want to do with Sandra anyway?”

I catch the ball as my brows raise in disbelief. “You need me to spell it out for you, buddy?” I lean forward in the chair and adopt a serious tone. “Sometimes, when two people are attracted to each other, they enjoy taking their clothing off together so they can—”

“Shut up,” Sawyer interrupts. “She’s not really your type.”

“Beautiful?” I question.

“Sweet,” he replies.

She is sweet, he’s right about that. I think about the paper burning a hole in my pocket and wonder again if it was hers. I’d like it to be hers. I think sweet Sandra has a hidden dirty side, and I’d really like to uncover it.


Jana Aston is the New York Times bestselling author of WRONG. She quit her super boring day job to whip up more books and is hoping that was not a stupid idea. In her defense, it was a really boring job.



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