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  1. I received a copy of the ePub from the group Read It & Reap in exchange for an honest review.Ashley’s Dream is a well-written contemporary romance. The reader meets Ashley as she is preparing to graduate from college and enter the world of work. It is refreshing to read about a young lady that has a positive work ethic and career goals. The author has created strong and distinct main characters. The secondary characters add texture to this fast paced read. Her circle of friends and cowork [...]

  2. I received a pre-release copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.First, let me say this book was flawlessly edited. It's a shame I need to say that, but far too many self-published books desperately need an editor.Ashley's Dream was a very pleasant read. I got so hooked in to it that I read it in less than a day (blew my other plans). The book is as much chick lit as romance. It starts a bit slow, but just when I thought I knew where the book was headed, t [...]

  3. Ashley Coughlin has always dreamed about traveling the world. A recent college grad working at The Library as assistant manager gets promoted to manager. Ashley's love life has been filled with liars and cheats. Enter Jeff Hart, a sleek business professional, that comes at Ashley with honey tongued words. Ashley thinks that she's falling for the guy yet sex is all they have in common. Ashley really doesn't know much about Jeff and not that he's offering up any information. Jeff's roommate Ryan C [...]

  4. Ashley’s dream is to travel the world. She has decided that nothing will get in her way. The problem is she isn’t being hired by any of the resorts she’s applied to since graduating college. So, she decides to take a job managing the bar she’s worked at for her college career. Though temporary she still gets to use ideas that she has learned. While Ashley is singularly focused on her career her love life has taken a backseat and her relationship have just consisted of a friends with bene [...]

  5. I wanted to like this story, I really did. The premise and pace of the story was good. The supporting characters seemed to be reasonably well developed.Unfortunately, I found it difficult to like the lead character. I found her to be arrogant, rather than confident, and I couldn’t follow the reasoning behind some of her actions. I also struggled to find any real spark between the Ashley and the leading men. Reading this book felt like reading someone’s diary in many ways.I think that this is [...]

  6. 1st I received this book in return for my honest review. Ok , the characters are good Setting, tempo all that good. A few things bothered me The cover almost made me not reads this book. It really doesn't reflect this book. Next a lot of the dialog feels like over thought monologue. It is a good book Let's leave it at that

  7. I'm glad I got the chance to read this book. I like the characters and the story's plot. Finally glad to read a book with good editing. Overall a good book and I would definitely recommend this book to others.

  8. Ashley is a college graduate with plans to travel the globe in search of the perfect career in hotel management. She has maintained a "friends-with-benefits" relationship for the past two years, so she has no future plans for falling in love. This seems to be going fine until the night of her birthday when she gets attacked walking to her car after work. After being treated in the hospital, she learns that Jeff, a customer who has been relentless in getting her to go out with him, was the man th [...]

  9. This story was entertaining - not too complex, but a breezy, fast read.Read full review in the 2015 April issue of InD'tale Magazine.

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