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Fierce Salon Season One: A New Adult Serial by [Drake, Aspen]
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This is a serialized novel. Each episode is a cliffhanger. For mature readers.
Audiobook also available.

The Season One Box Set includes episodes 1-5.
When Nate Edwards left his drug addicted ex and his modeling career, he followed his other passion and opened up Fierce Salon. He's a player in every sense of the word but never steps over the line of professionalism when it comes to his staff. They are the only women off limits to him.

Amy loses her job and her boyfriend on the same morning when her salon shuts down unexpectedly and she catches her boyfriend cyber cheating. When she runs into an old friend working at an upscale salon, Amy’s desperate situation begins to look up.

It takes some convincing, but she lands her dream job and gets to spend her days looking at the most beautiful man she’s ever seen. If only he was willing to break his golden rule and see her as more than just an employee.

Written as a short sitcom, each episode provides glimpses into the different characters at Fierce and the daily drama they face as young, attractive millennials in Menlo Park, California. Each episode creates as many new questions as it answers. Read as they are released or wait for the entire season to be published as one book.

Follow Aspen Drake’s author page for reminders of each new release by clicking the link under “Aspen Drake” at the top of this page and selecting “Follow” under her photo.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3714 KB
  • Print Length: 293 pages
  • Publisher: Surrendered Press (25 December 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00RH151D6
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #49,620 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Just finished reading Fierce Salon Wash (episodes one – five season 1) I loved it !! It was highly entertaining, fast paced and enjoyable!

Amy has just lost her job and her boyfriend all in one hit. But rather than falling in a heap she picks herself and kicks ass by getting a new job at the much revered “Fierce Salon Wash.”

There she meets Nate – an ex model who is a player- ready to pin a woman against a wall and have his wicked way with her and a softie that will do or say anything to prevent a girl from crying.

Add in several hair salon disasters, another suitor vying for Amy’s attention and heated sexual tension to the mix, this is one lighthearted read you don’t want to miss!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great series 2 March 2016
By MAustin - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Title:Fierce Salon Season One Box Set: A New Adult Smexy Serial
Author: Aspen Drake
Series: Fierce Salon Series
Publisher: Surrendered Press
Release Date: 12-25-14
Genre(s): Romance/Suspense
Page Count: 293
Heat Level: 2 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5

Fierce Salon: Wash by Aspen Drake was a 4 star read. This is a grouping of the first five episodes in the series.
Romance, Hot alpha

Told in alternating POV.
Amy seems to be down on her luck, she catches her boyfriend skyping with his ex and they weren’t just talking. She is out of a job due to the business closing. Luckily her friend Olivia works for a great place and gets her an interview. This is where we meet Nate. Nate has heard how great she is and decides to hire her.
There is a strong attraction between these two but Nate has rules against dating his staff. Will he be able to abide by his rules?
Nate does however step in to help Amy when things go wrong for her, what a hero. “sigh” I really liked her strength and the fact she is outspoken.

Nate and I had a love hate relationship at times because of his cockiness. Once he started to bend his rule he seemed to get a little possessive of Amy, for instance showing up at her house unannounced and becoming stalkerish.

This was the first novel that I've ever read by Aspen Drake and really enjoyed it. Of course we end in a cliff hanger and I cannot wait to read Fierce Salon: RINSE and Fierce Salon: REPEAT.
The secondary characters added a great element to the story and I can’t wait to see more of them in Rinse and Repeat. Thank you Aspen for a great read.

ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review. Reviewed by MAustin from Alpha Book Club

3.0 out of 5 stars Fierce Salon reviewed by both Jess and Iva from Reading Write Now. 21 February 2016
By Jess - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Fierce Salon was reviewed by both Jess and Iva from Reading Write Now.

Iva rated it 3.2 & Jess rated it 3 = Reading Write Now rating of 3.1

Iva's Review:

Fierce Salon: Wash by Aspen Drake is five episodes that are grouped together in one book, that is almost 300 pages long. There are several episodes to follow, so beware that it does end with a cliffhanger.

I enjoyed reading the book, the author has some new slants on old ideas and a few new ones, but while the book was very easy to read, it was also easy to forget. The story is there and the author is able to get the words to flow, but I didn’t feel a connection with either of the two protagonists.

Amy remained just words to me, which was emphasised by the fact it was written in first person. I never felt the emotions she was telling me she felt. I think, because her feelings to situations were explained rather than conveyed, it really put a barrier up between the character and me as the reader.

Nate was like two different people. I could not see how someone who hooked up with women and dumped them regardless of their feelings could also be a consoling, patient and empathetic hairdresser. It felt like two extremes. Having the book broken up into episodes was damaging to the story and the characters. Several times I felt as though the protagonists’ feelings were dismissed too quickly in order to get to the next plot point and I think this is why they remained just names, rather than a person I could feel empathy for.

Being a serial was also to the detriment of the author’s talent because the story is there, but it feels broken and each new episode presented an opportunity to stop reading rather than presenting a need to keep reading. I feel there needs to be some work done on character development for this story to become more memorable, and that a different format would help allow this to happen.

Would I purposely continue with this series? No. I need the connection with the characters and there are too many other books wanting to be read, but I wouldn’t go out of my way not to read it either.

I believe Aspen Drake does have the potential to be a bestselling author, however a serial is not the right format to showcase this. It's a 3.2 read for me.

Jess' Review:

In this installment of episodes we meet Amelia (Amy), Nate, Olivia, Gabi, Mason and a small cast of thousands. Amy has had a s***house day, you cant help but feel for the girl, but as luck would have it she is not down on hers for too long.

Amy ends up at Fierce Salon looking for work. Enter Nate – hot broody ex model and self confessed manwhore. Nate doesn't dip his wick with his employees, but pretty much everyone else if fair game. Nate finds himself attracted to Amy, and as their relationship develops, things start to change. Does this relationship run smooth – hell no.. but you will have to read to find out where the pot holes lie.

Now where to start with my thoughts…. This story was an easy read, but I was pretty underwhelmed. Essentially, the story was built on the instalust between Amy and Nate, but I struggled to believe even the lust aspect of the relationship. This may have directly been affected by the story being written as a serial, which really didn’t allow for much character development.

Nate was a dichotomy – he was represented as a manwhore, a bang and flick kind of guy, but then he was a compassionate and nurturing business owner. The two elements did not sit well with me so rather than them being two sides to a personality, it almost appeared that it was two separate characters.

Amy was a woman whose world as she knew it had collapsed, she should have been at rock bottom. Now while she was resilient and this is a trait I admire, I felt no emotional connection to her experience. She was meant to be vulnerable, with Nate having to save her, but at no point did I sense a real vulnerability with her.

The plot was a bit all over the shop (without going into too much detail in case you decide to take a chance), it seems like the flow was like the energizer bunny, hoping around in all different directions and just going and going…. The secondary characters, interestingly, seemed to have more depth than the leads – but their story seemed to be weaved into an episode on a random tangent that had me asking ‘what was the point of that?’ I am sure it would become clearer as the story goes…

Now I don’t want to be completely harsh, Fierce has some fun moments, it’s a light read, and it has potential. I can see the characters start to build and they too have potential – I am just not 100% sure that a serial format will allow their growth to ever be realised.

I would rate Fierce Salon – Wash as a 3. Its not bad, but I was left wanting… and not in a great way!
4.0 out of 5 stars I liked it more than I thought I would! 17 February 2016
By terrareads - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I received this book from Love ALL Books on Facebook for free for an honest review. That in no way has changed my review or my thoughts on this book.
I just have to say that this was a really good read, I liked the idea of a straight man owning a salon - and knowing what he was doing in the salon that wasn't just "running a business" but he was very hands on, and he was great with his customers. I loved the concept of a broken down helpless girl needs a job and finds one and seeks comfort in her boss, although she denies for the longest time. I really enjoyed it, since it was the first type of book like that I have read - in a while. But once you read it a hundred times, it becomes "cliche". Anyways, the plot was good, and I have to say that the characters weren't too bad either. I was able to bond with the main character, Amy, quite a bit in certain parts of her life that you experience.

Amelia, better known as Amy in the novel is a young woman that just doesn't know how to stay out of trouble. Just kidding. Trouble loves to find her, and it's just one bad thing after another, thank god for her sexy hunky boss, Nate. I think that it's cute that all these things go wrong in her life - and that he is constantly there to try and protect her and what not. But it's almost as though Amy is a constant damsel in distress, although she doesn't mean to be. You can tell that she is hard working, although she was doped up on Benadryl she was still at work and wanting to work - and she isn't scared to tell someone when she wants things done her way... That is something that I admire deeply about her, she's an average girl who knows what she wants and how to get it. And she is the only exception to Nate's one rule...

Nate - at first I wasn't sure how to feel about him, due to the cocky "I know I'm hot" attitude and how he constantly just put someone down, for not following orders, it's true. But there are reasons sometimes people come in face to face or call because they don't have the means to follow those "simple" instructions when they don't have a computer or something. I feel as though I would have liked to know Nate a little more - I thought that getting his perspective would help me to get him, but it really didn't. I like Nate, a lot more than I thought that I would. I just personally feel as though once he started to admit that there may be something there with him and Amy - that he went a little possessive. Which isn't always a bad thing, but I do have to say that it's different, just because of the simple fact, he showed up at her house unannounced and without it being okay. He started to stalk the poor girl.

Olivia, the only reason that I feel I need to talk about Olivia, is one that she got Amy her job and two that you get to see her point of view, which is a nice touch. She is one stubborn cookie that is for sure, and I just have to say, that I really enjoyed how much willpower she really had. I feel as though Aspen put Olivia in the book to show that you can overcome anything, including smoking, if it's something you really want to do... Even if that means eating a large bag of Jolly Ranchers all the time, everyday!

This was the first novel that I've ever read by Aspen Drake - and I have to say that I really did enjoy it. I enjoyed so much of it, that after I took a nap and woke up at 10pm I had to finish it so I did, I stayed up until 1am and finished the novel. And let me just say that I was only 31% through it when I thought that I was just going to finish it really quickly. I really enjoyed it. And honestly, I cannot wait to be able to read Fierce Salon: RINSE and Fierce Salon: REPEAT. I think that this storyline has so much potential to really go somewhere, especially with the cliffhanger that this novel left off on. That is why I am dying to be able to read the following book!
5.0 out of 5 stars Try it, you won't be sorry! 15 February 2016
By Cheryl - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I had never read any of Aspen’s books and this series is written in a unique fashion instead of chapters there are episodes. The premise of the story is about employees at a well known hair salon and their relationships.
The main story line centers on Amy and Nate. Amy is a down on her luck cosmetologist. Down on her luck is putting it mildly, since she goes to work and finds a sign that states “Fabulous Hair is out of business.” She goes home and finds her boyfriend having Skype sex with his ex-girlfriend. Amy is out of a job, boyfriend and a place to live.
Her luck begins to change when she applies for a position at Fierce Salon, where her friend Olivia works. Nate is a drool worthy former model turned stylist who owns the very successful salon. Nate knew Amy’s former employer and had heard of her talent and with Olivia’s referral, he hires Amy. They are attracted to one another but Nate has a strict rule of not dating his employees. With this rule in place and Amy trying to obtain financial stability, they try to ignore their mutual attraction.
A secondary story line deals with Olivia. Olivia is a chain smoking stylist with a “no filter mouth” and Greg (handsome with a dimple, what more could you ask for? Oh yeah he is big shot at Google) her client. He has asked her out on numerous occasions and she always declines. Why you might ask? Greg’s father died of cancer and smoking is a habit that Olivia cannot break. She is tricked into accepting a date and she has four days to quit smoking. Can she do it?
Episode Five leaves us in a cliff hanger when Nate and Amy finally act on their feelings as does Olivia and Greg. Where will it lead for these couples? Some obstacles are hard to overcome. We will have to wait and see. For me, I can’t wait for the next episodes!!
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun, sweet and engaging box set 15 February 2016
By Kahea - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I’m not a fan of serials. I’ve tried them in the past and while I’ve enjoyed a few none stuck with me for various reasons, so I gave up on them and probably would have given a pass on Fierce Salon because of it. But when I saw that the first five episodes were bundled together I figured why not give it a go? The premise of the series revolving around a salon gave the promise of interesting characters popping up throughout peaked my interest and I’m happy I did because I really enjoyed it.

One of my issues with serials I’ve read was that due to the length of the serial I never got a true handle on the characters, but here that isn’t the case and it isn’t just because that it came in a bundle. In just the first episode (each one is marked in the bundle) I felt as if I really had a good handle on just who both Amy and Nate are and I actually really liked them.

When we meet Amy she is having the worst day on the planet. She no longer has a job and finds out her boyfriend is cheating on her (which was actually a pretty brilliant way to find out, so props to the author for coming up with it) and even though her entire world is crashing down around her she doesn’t totally lose it. She does allow herself to wallow for a bit then pulls up her big girl panties and moves forward and that’s what I really liked about her.

Then there is Nate. He may be a manwhore, but also a great guy. His manwhore status is something that he is unapologetic about and has his rules of engagement, which is something that I applaud. I mean why pretend? It may make him an a(s)s with how he handles the women after the fact, but his rules are the rules.But when it comes to his employees and clients at the salon we get to see a different side of him. He knows how to handle a sticky situation so that neither his client or employee is ever made to feel stupid, and that is a gift that not many have

The way that Amy and Nate’s relationship evolves definitely worked for me. There is attraction on both sides, but it’s not acted upon. I liked how we got to not only hear what they thought about each other, but more that we were shown how they affected each other and see the chemistry grow between them. It was done well and realistically without going overboard and where this box set ends was perfect even if it is a cliffhanger.

The writing is engaging and pacing is great. I enjoyed the author’s voice and thought that the first person POV’s were done really well and had no issue when another POV was introduced. The way I saw it was that since the salon is the background it was only natural that other voices/relationships would be born out of it and I didn’t feel as if it took away from Amy or Nate’s relationship in any way. This box set does end in a cliffhanger, but it is what I deem an appropriate one and has me wanting to continue with the series to see how it all plays out. As fars as the secondary characters are concerned, I enjoyed all the ones that have been introduced so far and am quite curious to see what the future has in store for all of them.

The Bottom Line: I’m still not sold on the serial thing, but as far as this box set is concerned I think that it’s a worthwhile read and I’m looking forward to keeping up with the long as they are in box sets *grins.*

~ Review copy provided by Love All Books in exchange for an honest review ~