Tagged & Ashed

Tagged Ashed The cunning predator the willing prey and a weekend neither of them will be able to forget ever Ash Branderwood was told one thing before going to her best friend s brother s wedding don t get Tagge

  • Title: Tagged & Ashed
  • Author: C.M. Owens
  • ISBN: 9781311923318
  • Page: 443
  • Format: ebook
  • The cunning predator, the willing prey, and a weekend neither of them will be able to forget ever Ash Branderwood was told one thing before going to her best friend s brother s wedding don t get Tagged.There s always that one guy you shouldn t want, but you just can t help yourself He s going to be horrible for your health, he ll probably break your heart, but he sThe cunning predator, the willing prey, and a weekend neither of them will be able to forget ever Ash Branderwood was told one thing before going to her best friend s brother s wedding don t get Tagged.There s always that one guy you shouldn t want, but you just can t help yourself He s going to be horrible for your health, he ll probably break your heart, but he s going to be so much fun while he s doing it Stay away Ash Branderwood can t seem to heed such logic when she meets playboy millionaire Tag Masters.Weddings always seem to create a false sense of intimacy, but Ash doesn t take that into consideration when she starts fantasizing about the man she can t possibly tame She s a good girl well, good enough She s never really taken any chances or done something irrational or foolish Tag is just the person to rectify that for her.Tag has never done anything but take chances He never had anything to lose so he risked it all and built his name up in Sterling Shore Meaningless sex is one of his many hobbies, and he s not looking to settle down any time soon After all, these are the best years of his life.But, one look at Ash, and he almost forgets his own name And what in the hell is she doing at Wren s wedding with Bity Tag is almost furious when he sees Billy Prize brought a girl as stunning as Ash, considering Tag doesn t feel as though Billy deserves such a thing He has to have her at least once possibly twice.It was supposed to be a weekend of fun, one she d remember just long enough to forget But she quickly realizes there s one thing for sure she s never going to be able to forget Tag Masters, only it isn t for reasons one might think.All hell breaks loose when secrets emerge, but when Ash s life is endangered, Tag has to put aside his own issues to keep her safe.

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    1. 3,5 “Tagged” Stars.Tag Master doesn’t do relationship. Everyone that knows the sexy and rich guy knows this about him, that he’s commitment phobic. But that changes when he meets Ash in his best-friend’s wedding. Regardless of they can’t take their hands of each other, Ash doesn’t want to get close because she doesn’t want a broken heart, and Tag doesn’t believe he can be in a relationship. When an event forces them to be closer, everything starts to change. And when I stalker [...]

    2. I've been enjoying this authors books lately. She's a good new find but unfortunately this one was a bit of a let down. It feels like the author rushed this and didn't take enough time over the plot which was very weak.We met Tag in book one. We know he's a player. Ash is best friend to Billy (also from book one) who is in love with Rene and wants to use Ash to make her jealous but Rene wants Tag. There is a big collection of friends in this book as well as them all been close to the mother Mela [...]

    3. DNFing this after just a few pages. This is so badly written, I can't go on with it. I will just start on the new Penny Reid's book instead. Why can't we get more decent romance writers like her?

    4. This novel e x h a u s t e d me.I don't often doubt the creation of my bookshelves, but occasionally I frown at the motivation behind the making of my shelf 'choke-a-bitch'. This book reaffirms its initial creation.My explanation as to why? Well that was because there were several moments (sometimes entire chapters) during this read that my fingers seriously itched to wrap themselves around Ash's stupid, little throat and throttle the bitch.So I thought (after I'd calmed down) that I'd comprise [...]

    5. Tag and Ash didn't go about their relationship in the best way. Lies. Deceit. Secrets. It's how they started and that just led to a whole messy debacle. And the fact their messiness spanned over a year or so. All this "a month later", "7 months later"within all these months they were either avoiding the other, in denial or both. Not a complete bust of a read. I'll definitely continue with this series.

    6. I have been Tagged!!! Holy smokes!!!! Tag forever known as a complete ladies man has found his match in Ash. Ash tries to be immune to his charms, but she doesn't last long. Her best friend warns her not to get Tagged, but it's too late. There is a lot of drama in this book. This is the second book in The Sterling Shore Series. It's ok if you didn't read the first one because honestly you don't need to. This book has a bit of suspense to it as we try to find out who is stalking Ash. There were l [...]

    7. 2.5-3.0 stars. Hmm.t what I was expecting. The first bk of this series was such a cute YA romance, assumed this would be the adult version. Well it is, but there's a stalker/suspense element that was incredibly weak and totally unbelievable. I liked the romance between Tag (rich playboy) and Ash, an friend of the family, as it started out. But the storyline got changed in the midst of all the suspense and Ash was made into some femme fatale that all men wanted. WTF?!? It just became a tangled me [...]

    8. This book did not come close to being as good as the first one in the series. It was over the top and completely unrealistic.

    9. 4.5 Stars! It was really good! I simply adore the writing, and the characters dynamic is spot on! The only reason I didn't give it five stars was because the suspense in the story didn't seem to really "peak". I liked Ash a lot! I loved how Tag grew through the book. The book was just really really good! And yes, I might have been "tagged" a little bit ;) Will I recommend?: Yes!

    10. When I read book one in this series I was in love. It may be the best free book I have ever read and I would have gladly paid for it, so I was really excited when I heard there was a book two. But this one just didn't compare to book one Hooked on the Game. Not that this book was horrible it just wasn't everything I had hoped it would be.When Ash is asked by her best friend to attend his brothers wedding and pretend she is his date and make Rene the girl he has wanted forever jealous Ash agrees. [...]

    11. Tag Masters doesn't do relationships, he is a playboy who loves variety and rarely wants a repeat performance. When he meets Ash Branderwood he is intrigued, she doesn't appear to be interested in Tag, but he can charm any woman, including Ash.Ash has been warned about Tag, once you have been Tagged you are pretty much pushed aside for his next conquest. However the attraction is undeniable and when Ash decides one night is enough, she doesn't expect to have Tag continue to want to spend time wi [...]

    12. A girl and a guy hook up. Girl get pregnant but decides not to tell the guy, even when he shows interest towards her and the son he doesn't know is his. Furthermore some parts of the book felt rushed at light speed. Add the OTTness of a crazy stalker and I got a book that is not my kind at all.

    13. Way too much dramaSorry but I was expecting a lot more from this story. I liked the first book well enough even though it was far fetched. But this was pretty awful. SPOILERSSeriously, if you have a stalker that you are so frightened of.why oh why do you go running off by yourself because you are pouting? Pouting over something that was completely your fault. Tag let Ash off way too easy for hiding her pregnancy and his child, she deserved a lot more anger. She just came off as a brat, a spoiled [...]

    14. Tag I fell in love with him in the previous two books and he was a wild ride his thoughts are never far from sex and it's even worse when Ash is around, "her perky a** couldn’t be any more perfect. I’m going to have fun with that a**." Tag he changes throughout the book and I loved those changes but I also loved his playboy, dirty side and his mind I loved being in it, "she almost pouts, which excites me to no end. She wants me bad now, almost as bad as I want her." He can be assertive, "let [...]

    15. This book was awful. I'm really not sure how or why I finished it other than an ingrained sense of obligation to finish things I start. The stalker plot was so over the top it was laughable. I hated being in Ash's head. I can't stand relationship peril that is fueled only by stubbornness and misunderstandings. The word "erection" is used so often that it felt like I was reading a sex ed book rather than a romance novel. And why is everyone bemused all the time? I'm seeing that more and more in t [...]

    16. Meh. Most of the book, the couple was separated by misunderstandings and lack of communication. There wasn't much to them other than sexual attraction, including the "my equipment no longer works for other women" trope. That's not to say I didn't like the characters, individually or as a couple - I did. I was just hoping for more depth to the relationship itself.

    17. 3,5 starsThis was a nice story, I enjoyed it. It’s an easy read. The story went a little differently than I expected but that is certainly not a bad thing. I liked that.The story is told from both POV’s. In this story you really felt the change of Tag, from being a party guy to becoming a responsible adult. I really liked the change in him.

    18. to be honest im surprised i even finished this book!!! the story was drawn out, ive never read a book where one charachter gets so much bad luck it was to far fetched ,totally not as good as the first book in the series.

    19. I'm jumping right through this series!!! Keeps getting better!! Ash was super likable. Love how strong she was. I feel like she could have given the benefit of the doubt more but still great read!! Highly recommend!!

    20. Really loved this second book. I think more than the first.More happened, the subplot was better and I liked Tag and Ash more to be honest. Although it did feel a little to the end Ash was less strong and was more weak and feeble leading lady.

    21. If I'm completely honest, after reading the first book I didn't think any of the others would even come close but yet another brilliant bookI hope the others are just as good

    22. Wow! What a read. I really enjoyed reading about Tag and Ash. There story is surely to keep you hooked and guessing. It has a pregnancy, stalkers and heartbreak. Tag and Ash go through hell to be together but in the end love will conquer all and they finally get their happily ever after.

    23. Friggin heck! CM Owens can do no wrong! This is Tag and Ashes story. Hot hot hot! Tag, the man that can’t be tamed suddenly finds himself falling head over heels for the beautiful Ash. Sexy as hell read. Most definitely recommend 😉

    24. SPOILERS, SPOILERS ALL THE WAY!!My friend recommended me this book series long time ago, and I was really excited to start reading it, because I really enjoy, not only love stories, but also stories about family and friendship. First book was great, but this one came as a cold shower. There are some things I liked about it, but were drowned it all of the bad stuff. Where to begin?- How can you not see that the girl is 6-7 months pregnant? My friend got 20 kg (44 lbs) by then and there was no way [...]

    25. There were A LOT of things Ireallyenjoyed about this novel why only 4 stars? Because while I loved 99% of it, there was one major aspect that I didn't like and it was hard to overlook.Things I LOVED:-The title, and pretty much any reference to being 'tagged' and 'ashed' (view spoiler)[ and how cute were their wedding bands?!(hide spoiler)]-Tag's gradual acceptance of his feelings for Ash. While the beginning was a little cheesy (at least in Tag's mind), he didn't see Ash and automatically fall i [...]

    26. There were quite a few twists and turns in this book to keep us on our toes. I enjoyed this book a lot more than I thought I would. I wasn't sure how I would feel about Tag but I have to say my opinion of him changed completely and I loved him! Tag is such a complete playboy in the beginning of this book, he doesn't care who he has to use to get the girl he wants. It's all collateral damage to his good time. Thankfully he chances throughout this story and becomes an amazing man worthy of anyone! [...]

    27. At first this book starts off cheesy lol But as we continue with the story it changes. I loved Tag in the other two books. He always had this fun side to him and cocky attitude. But when he meets Ash it is over cause everyone always says they have been tagged but he's definitely been Ashed. The banter back and forth between these characters was awesome. They show the world two very strong people but nobody knows there hiding behind the facade. One amazing weekend being Tagged is to much for Ash [...]

    28. The Playboy Gets AshedWhat's a playboy to do when meets THE GIRL? How's the girl to believe a playboy can change? It's an interesting an emotional and interesting story, hopefully they can get it all figured out. I first read Hooked On The Game in a boxed set and was hooked. These books are stand alone books but some series just get you hooked enough to read the rest. This was one of those. I loved both Kade and Raya's stories, and had to read Tag's when I saw it was next. I have decided C.M. Ow [...]

    29. I have been Tagged! Seriously, Tag is soo addicting!! I cannot believe that I was almost not going to read this book! First I am going to totally give the author props for choosing such a great title! Second, I will give her props for making the characters so awesome! I thought I'd be so hung up on Kade (the hot guy from the last book lol) that I wouldn't be so into Tag. Boy was I wrong! Damn, was he freaking sexy. I was "Tagged" by the first chapter! I am so glad I took a chance and said "What [...]

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