- Taschenbuch: 378 Seiten
- Verlag: Seth Clarke (8. August 2013)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0989104443
- ISBN-13: 978-0989104449
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 12,7 x 2,4 x 20,3 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: Schreiben Sie die erste Bewertung
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 1.249.972 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Stripped (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 8. August 2013
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NEW YORK TIMES, USA TODAY and WALL STREET JOURNAL bestselling author Jasinda Wilder is a Michigan native with a penchant for titillating tales about sexy men and strong women. When she's not writing, she's probably shopping, baking, or reading. You can often find Jasinda drinking sweet red wine with frozen berries and eating a cupcake. www.jasindawilder.com
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Dawson is Hollywood royalty, a sexy smokin' HOT playboy who always gets what he wants, but he's been missing something from his life for a very long time, something he craves, and doesn't even realize he's missing until one night in a Strip club changes his mind! That night will turn his world upside down, and make him realize all that he has been missing out on, will he finally open up about his demons that have been buried inside of him?
I enjoyed reading this latest book by Ms. Wilder, she really has a knack for drawing a reader into her stories, and not wanting to put it down until finished! The only thing that kept me from giving give one 5 stars is some of the sex scenes, without giving too much of the plot away, it was hard for me to think of Grey doing some of the things she did when the characters started to engage in sex. But, that being said, I really LOVED the book, and would recommend it to my friends, and would love to hear more from Grey and Dawson, and look forward to Jasinda Wilder's next project!
"You're a woman. `Fine' has a lot of meanings."
"But you smell good. You'd smell even better if that was my sweat smeared on your skin."
"You turn me on, just breathing. You make me feel like I'm someone, and not because I'm Dawson F-ing Kellor, either."
"I'm falling through eternity, and his touch is fabric of that forever."
"I'll Never be ready. But I've never wanted anything more."
It absolutely made no sense for the characters to move from the first day after having sex to the next chapter when she is getting proposed, I mean the author skipped the beginning of them as a couple which most time are the best parts, seeing the characters falling into each others patterns and so on. And not only did she skip all of that, but the next scene is so juvenile putting an Oscar scene with Channing Tatum and Emma Stone, and him winning the Oscar and proposing right there? I mean I laughed and not in a good way it was the most horrible unrealistic thing I've ever read in my life! I was so mad at the book for just skipping all the way to the proposal when the author never gives you the chance to get to know them as a couple, and now he proposes and your are supposed to be all happy about it, but seriously?! I basically skipped the last chapters, I was so disappointed by the end.
It was a good book overall, but I am the kind of person who just loves a good ending, so I get very upset when a good story is completely trampled by the end.
Overall I would've given it 2 stars because I hated the ending, but i have to admit that I love the characters and their dialogue so I gave it 3 stars.
Grey loves to dance and is very good at it for it. But, her father tells her it's a sinful display that can only lead to more sin. Grey feels upset that her father thinks this about dancing.
When Grey's mom died my heart broke for her she was a lost girl at that time. Her dad didn't help matters any either. giving her an ultimatem that just opened the door to her going to California.
Once Grey reaches L.A. and begins college her new life begins. This is when we see Grey's inner feelings of herself and others around her. She has no understanding of this world she is living in now. But she is able to make it make it day after day without to much difficulty. But then her tutition runs out and she is forced to do the unthinkable. Being desperate to succeed can make you do very desperate things, and Grey is at that point. That is how "Gracie" is born, and then one day her alter ego, Gracie, steps into a VIP room to perform a private dance for a Hollywood actor and his friends, when she sees Dawson for the first time she is dizzy from his presence. Her world will never be the same.
Dawson Kellor is a troubled movie star. He is struggling to find his self using sex, drugs, and alcholol to feel anything. Seeing Grey for the first time he is intrigued by her innocence. He senses her inner struggle, how much it hurts her emotionally to do what she does and every protective and possessive bone in his body goes on full alert. He feels compelled to help her. He wants to protect her.
Dawson and Grey are two very different people from two very different backgrounds. How could this relationship survive? What could she possible give him? He just wants to make her dreams come true. She wants to just be loved. I feel in love with both these charecters. WOW how Jasinda is soooo good at making me love these people in story after story. Stripped had me crying, laughing, swooning. I felt so many emotions. This is one of my favorite reads this year. To see Grey and Dawson get there much deserved HEA just made me so happy. I will continue to read and recommand Mrs. Wilder's books in the future.