clothes off for countless women, but you are the only one who can strip me
bare.”Do you ever stop loving someone just because they’re gone?Five years ago, Ryan Pierce disappeared from Alana Remington’s life without a
trace. He was the one she gave her heart to, her soul to — and her virginity
to. So, imagine her surprise when she finds him dancing at one of NYC’s hottest
male revues as ‘Jack the Stripper.’
Ryan never stopped loving Alana, and now that she has serendipitously dropped
back into his life, he’s vowed never to lose her again. But being together has
its costs, and challenges Alana isn’t sure she can handle. She finally has Ryan
back. But how in the world is she supposed to share the love of her life with
half of the women in New York City?
Strip Me Bare is a second chance, standalone romance. It contains angst, heat,
humor, heartbreak, and one seductive male stripper who will not only have you
handing over your panties, but also your heart.
You’ve been warned.
3.5 out of 5 ‘Stripper Loving’ Stars
It actually pains me to give M. Never a rating of 3.5 Stars. She is definitely one of my most favorite authors but this book kind of fell flat for me. Alana and Ryan have a history. A history that is filled with teenage love and trying to make it last forever. But one day Ryan disappears and Alana never hears from him again…..until five years later.
I have to say that I didn’t like the idea of Ryan being a stripper. His past and present were not something that I personally could have dealt with. I’m not super insecure but all those women, that’s a tough pill to swallow. I though that Alana, even though she said she was hesitant to try to be with Ryan again, didn’t really put up much of a fight. A little too eager if you ask me. I mean, I get it, he’s a super sexy hot stripper but all those women? Gives me the heebee geebees! And then Alana drops back into his life and that’s it? He drops all the women and wants to be solely with her? I don’t know. Seems a little too good too be true. Ryan was a little too good too be true. And Alana wasn’t my favorite female character. I could read about her but I definitely don’t think I’d want to be friends with her. (Does that sound crazy? Whatever.)
So while I’m usually all M. Never can do no wrong, I didn’t enjoy this one as much as I have enjoyed her previous books.
*Reviewer for Country Gals Sexy Reads*