Definition of Stripped

by Lia Peele

Definition of Stripped

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A girls' night out. A handsome stranger. A lifetime of secrets.

Scarlett Trent is a young, gorgeous, and successful career woman who is fiercely protective of her reputation in the local business community. When she meets someone from her past, their instant chemistry throws her off balance, and that's the last position she wants to be in. Especially with him.

Meet Dev Jackson. He never chased anyone. They chased him, and that's how he played the game until now. No woman excites him as much as Scarlett. She's hot, sexy with a sassy edge, and that right there scares the hell out of him. As the heat between them rises, doubt begins to plague him. He works the shallow vibe hard because he's got secrets about his alternative lifestyle and unconventional career choices that he'd rather keep under wraps.

His attitude isn't the only thing threatening their budding romance. Someone else wants to see them sever ties.

Book Info

Lia Peele Author: Lia Peele

Title: Definition of Stripped
Publication Date: 05-03-2018
Publisher: Lia Peele
Genre: Adult Fiction
Format: mobi

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Added: 19-07-2018
Delicious, captivating and hot & heady romance read

After receiving this book to read I purchased the prequel to read first. I am glad that I did as I was fully invested in the main characters before I read this book that takes place six years later. However you can read this book as standalone. I read this book in two sittings and I just couldn't get enough of Dev's & Scarlett's story.

The story it realistic, the characters are believable and even when you get to the hot steamy scenes they are written very well and flow very nicely in the story. I do find sometimes that the language used in these books can come across crass but not with this book. The author has a very engaging writing style and I was rooting for the two main characters.

Good news for me this is the first book in a series of five so please Lia Peele release them asap - I need another fix!