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    Amber goes to a high school where sex ed is treated almost as a joke. She has friends who sincerely want answers to their questions. She also has a mom who writes romance fiction and is not afraid to answer such questions. Dean is a new friend that just happens to be hot. The fact the he is attracted to Amber is both a plus and a minus. She has sworn off dating right now, after the last creep she went out with. How can he convince her to be more? This was such an interesting story. Right from the beginning, I was sucked in by the humor and compelling issues that surround the main characters and sets the tone. I loved the pace going nice and fast. I loved the fact that the nerds here are good looking and felt this story was quote original. ***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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    awesome read

    I loved this book so hard! It was wonderfully written and captivated me from the first line. Once I opened the book it devoured me and it still holds me in its grip. This is my first book by this author and I look forward to reading more of her work. Dean and Amber face many circumstances that most of us relate to on some level. I love that Amber seeks to give solid advice to teens with real questions. I remember being a high school student and asking those same questions. The hacking was super fun to read, normally I shy away from books that mention hacking but this one was amazing!
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    a five-star read you would ask anything for

    Ask Me Anything by Molly E Lee a five-star read you would ask anything for. I really didn’t know what to expect with this one, I started it and enjoyed it, but then all of a sudden I couldn’t put it down, the competitive edge took over and I couldn’t help myself I had to finish this no matter the time. I am not the target audience for this story as I finished high school many moons ago (back when the internet was a new thing), but I did attend a Catholic school that had the highest teen pregnancy rate in all of Europe at the time and they still didn’t believe that we needed to know more much like Tanner in this story. I know people who would have killed for something like this website, Much like Amber I was one of the lucky ones and my mum was one of the best I could ask for, my only wish was that I had a Dean of my own as he made this story so sublime.
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    A little cliché, but good with current issues.

    I voluntarily read and reviewed and advanced copy of this book, received through NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Set in a private high-school with an approach to sex-education taken from the last century, a teenage girl tries to fight it from virtual anonymity. Ask Me Anything is an entertaining read. However, in my opinion, what stands out the most and what gives depth and value to the story, is precisely ‘Ask Me Anything’. Overall, it might be a little cliché, but good. As I said, the main frame of the story is pretty cliché. Drama, tears, a sickly-sweet teenage romance and a dose of rebellion against adults happening at a fast rate, an effective recipe, but nothing that we have not seen before. Then there is Amber's blog, ‘Ask Me Anything’, born out of her frustration and desire to fight for justice. What starts as an anonymous blog about sex education quickly grows to address a wide variety of topics: consensual sex, sexual and gender identity, feminism, racism, etc. Amber's answers are a reflection on current issues that I am glad to see included in young adult literature. While the main idea of the story is commendable, its importance is reduced by the adolescent drama that accompanies the development of the blog. On the other hand, I could not connect with the characters. Although Amber presents herself as a strong female character, the story does not offer enough information to understand her and be part of her growth. Dean turned out to be an insipid character, simply presented as the perfect boy for Amber. Amber's mother had a lot of potential, but she only appears at very specific moments. It could have had a great weight in the novel when dealing with some of the issues addressed, she remains a mere prop.
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    I received an ARC of this novel from Entangled Publishing, LLC in exchange for an honest review. All opinions and thoughts are my own. This YA novel focuses on two students that attend a prestigious school and are the school best coders/hackers, Dean and Amber. The school, an "abstinence only" sex-ed focused school, is starting to get on their nerves, and when Dean and Amber start seeing things that the principal is doing as harmful and unjust, they decide to challenge each other to find a way to get back at them. Amber's plan: Build an anonymous blog that answer sex-based questions for people that don't have other means to get the questions answered. But while Amber wants to do this good and maybe take things further with Dean, her last relationship is a constant thorn in her side, threatening to ruin everything for her. This novel was amazing. It had some amazing commentary on the atrocity that is the U.S. Sex-ed system, and truly provides better advice than most schools do. The relationship of Dean and Amber was organic a great slow-burn. Unlike many other male YA characters, Dean was incredibly sensitive and caring to Amber, and was careful with her feelings. He never pressured her into anything, and it made my heart happy to see a male character who wasn't a jerk. It was incredibly refreshing and satisfying. I don't know why this novel had received such little traction, as I think it is something that everyone will enjoy and find amazing. The commentary especially is a great selling point, and I hope that it becomes a bigger sensation soon. Rating: 5/5 stars
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