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not ready. Cassie has been through a lot since the last time she seen Jon, but she's trying to put her past behind her. Cassie is trying to talk Jon into giving the club over to Sean, so that his mother will not kick him out of the family, but he doesn't want to. This book not only tells Jon and Cassie's story but it touches on a serious issue that most people don't want to talk about, it could be helpful to a lot of people. H.M., you never disappoint, you always put your whole heart in these books that are truly amazing, I know I say about all of her books but it is truth. If you are reading this then you need to purchase this book and discover an awesome author, if you are new to her. I also received an ARC for my honest review, I also purchased this book.
In Stripped, we were left with Sean and Peter trying to convince Jon to sell Club Ferro to Sean so that he could keep being the heir of the Ferro fortune, as well as Sidney and Avery dancing on stage by the stripper poles and Mel on Trystan's lap as Bryan looked on to the scene in front of him. I was ecstatic that this book started where the first left off. I've been missing Bryan a lot and to have him there for a glimpse, it was definitely a treat.
In this book, we get to learn the answers to the questions that were left from the first book: Who spoke to the reporter about Jon, which caused him to leave and not get in touch with Cassie again? What were the real reasons why Cassie decided to become a stripper? What was it about Jon's past that made him the way he is and be the detached, misunderstood man that he is?
To me, what made this book so poignant was the subject of abuse and how physical, sexual and emotional abuse had shaped Jon's and Cassie's lives. It was interesting to see that their lives, although different, had many similarities and their darkness brought them together in some way. Writing about any type abuse and describe how the characters live and deal thru it, and heal from it, is extremely difficult. H.M. Ward has done an amazing job in depicting the abuse that both Jon and Cassie lived thru and to see how they overcome it together, it is the most important aspect of the entire story.
The physical, mental and emotional scars would always still be there for both of them but in the end, it's their love for each other that will guide them to their happily ever after.
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I have read all of her books and would recommend any of them