Stripped. So how did I get myself into this situation, you ask? Simple: desperation . When you’re faced with being homeless and hungry or taking off your clothes. 14 Nov I bought Stripped by Jasinda Wilder because the blurb on the cover said “He’s a movie star sex god. She’s a virgin and a stripper.” Sign me up. 28 Aug In Stripped by Jasinda Wilder, Grey is working as a stripper to get through college .She has been on her own since she left her home in Georgia.
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And I loved it. This really helped me understand and empathize more with her character. Not to my body, but my heart. I think Stripped was a very well written book, and Jasinda Wilder has unquestionably earned her way onto my instant approval list. I pee and I wiler the toilet. She wants to be a dancer.
REVIEW: Stripped by Jasinda Wilder
Not only did the heroine suck, the story was all over the place. I loved Adam and Des since the beginnig. She has to go to the college she wants to, follow her own dreams no matter what that means for her life and her relationship with her father.
It did create drama, and intesnity, and I guess I sort of understood her “outbursts” and irrationability, but it was too much. I still enjoyed the story somewhat. Jasinda Wilder is the writer for the type of reader that I am. It’s the reason why she put up these walls stri;ped does not trust anyone easily.
This was a very sexy and light read I really enjoyed.
I totally have an STD! Aug 18, Jen rated it really liked it Shelves: Nice thought, man, except you’ve now also put the other employees out of work: The story was boring, predictable and strupped blah. As much as it pains me to say, I didn’t like Grey. At almost 6 feet tall, with curves and a little meat on her bones I’m picturing a sizeshe doesn’t understand what a hot movie star sees in her when he could literally strippped any girl he wants.
Jun 21, Spoiler Whore-Momoa rated it it was ok Shelves: Not to detour too excessively into the politics of the sex industry, but there is a lot to be said about the societal coercion surrounding stripping and other related fields!
So when Adam has to go back to Hollywood and Des has to go back to Detroit, how will their story book romance ends when Des leaves Adam? Stripped Stripped, 1 3. Reading this book was like reading one long, drawn-out rape fantasy dressed up in pretty words to make it look like not a rape fantasy.
The chemistry between them is intense from wipder beginning But her traumatic past is what made her a beautiful and strong person that she is today. Thank God for Dawson!!
And for me he is what kept the story going. Return to Book Page. Up To Me M.
Trashed (Stripped, #2) by Jasinda Wilder
So how did I get myself into this situation, you ask? The only one who Gray felt truly loved her and accepted her for who she is. Wilder will leave her readers with a big fat smile on their faces. It has fake written all over it and I’m confused and frightened at the fact that people actually loved it enough to fancast the main leads and write gushing reviews about it.
Well, that kind of humility and him being in a paranormal movie reminded me so much of Ryan Christiansen. View all 8 comments. Altought I really like the story and how it gone, Grey is preventing me of giving a higher rating.
Of course, her father is dead set against it and warns her that she will fall into a life of sin. Nine Perfect Strangers Liane Moriarty. And in the case of Des, I think it’s very true. But there is just something about Adam that makes her want to believe in fairytales. Sign up for Jasinda’s newsletter at http: Flow with me here; my three star rating means absolutely one thing.
Her character kept surprising me and the more I got to know her, the more I liked her. I felt it went from one extreme to another, with no explanation as to how it got to that.
Someone to keep him grounded, someone who actually makes him feel something for the first time in his life.
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