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Stripped Down is a sweet, sexy second chance romance. Marty is at her best friend's bachelorette party at a male strip club when lo and behold, who is one of the strippers? None other than Jax, her high school sweetheart, the boy her parents forced her to break up with back then, and whom she hasn't seen since they graduated. As he dances around her on the stage while she and her BF are being twerked upon by all the strippers, she can't believe she's seeing Jax again and how very different he is than the boy she once loved, and lost. When she feels something being shoved into her hand, and finds out it's a dancer's card, meant for a private dance, she isn't sure she wants to go down memory lane with him. But, her friends shove her into the waiting dancer's hands and off she goes.
When they drift into a sexy, kind of emotional, relationship, I was sort of cringing, because I knew it was all going too well. I was waiting for the other shoe to drop, and when it did, damn, it hurt. I won't give spoilers, let's just say that Jax is lucky that Marty is much nicer and more forgiving than I. If it had been me, I'd have made him grovel, really grovel. I'm talking kissing my feet and my ass, full body massages, and chocolate for days kind of groveling.
And that epilogue?! Whew, that was pretty intense for awhile there. But it wrapped things up nicely for Jax and Marty, and they deserved it because they had gone through a lot to get to that HEA.
Even though Stripped Down is short, it's mostly fully fleshed out and Marty and Jax are great characters. Their chemistry is electric, and has only gotten stronger since high school. I appreciate that they're both three dimensional, realistic characters. There are no cookie cutter, cardboard cutout characters here. Just two interesting, likable leads with a strong emotional and physical bond. Kudos to Jade Allen for this sexy, sweet second chance story.
This was a fast-paced, fun book. The crazy bachelorettes were so animated and provided lots of laughs! With a light sprinkling of back-story, the reader can wonder about a possible second-chance romance between Jax and Marty who had their relationship cut short back in high school by her parents.
The characters were very likable. Jax was a responsible guy who was dancing for extra money to help his mom with medical bills. Marty was an established music producer. There will always be bumps along the way, but could they recapture what they had left behind? I think this is a book worth reading. It has some surprises to keep the reader’s attention and may take a few of us down memory lane. I received a copy of the book from BookSprout and am voluntarily leaving a review expressing my honest opinion.
I am really starting to appreciate this author more,,,, each time I read one of her books,,,,,
This is a story about Marty who is back in town, from New York, as she is her friends Maide-of-honor for her wedding that is becoming a disaster,,,, but, first, the girls go out on a bachelorette party, and go to some kinda strip club/dance club,,,, they are all drooling over the guys but when the dancer with the tattoos come on stage, Marty just cant keep her eyes off him,,, she thinks he reminds her of someone,,,, and then it happens,,, he looks straight at her, and then she knows, it's her boyfriend from high school, Jax,,,!!!,,,,So when he is done dancing he slips a card in her hand,,, it's his card, for her to meet him in the private room for lap dances and such,,,,
Jax owns his own garage, is doing well, but dances at night, to help pick up some of the bills for his mother who has cancer,,,, he sees his high school love, gives her his card after the lap dance so they can arrange to have dinner plans,,,, he is really starting to enjoy her company,,,,,AGAIN,,,,
This is all I am going to tell, you,,, but it would behoove you to pick up this book,,, I know I'm happy I have read it,,,,,,
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