Review of Stripped by CA Harms

Stripped 

by C.A. Harms

Publisher: Limitless

Publishing

**Mature Content Warning**

Recommended for ages 17+ due to language and sexual content.


At twenty years old Kylie finds herself in a situation she never could’ve imagined…


She was abandoned by her husband with their five month old baby and a mountain of debt.


She’s forced to look for a job, but as a high school drop-out her choices are limited.


Kylie had

no choice but to become a stripper…


While working one night, Kylie feels a connection with a handsome stranger.


When she runs into him the next day, he asks to take her out, but she knows she doesn’t belong in

his perfect world.


The problem is, Evan can’t seem to get the sexy stripper out of his mind.


He knows she doesn’t belong there and something about her makes him feel alive. But when her

past comes knocking, his trust issues cause him to run.


Will Kylies

past continue to sabotage her? Or will she be able to break free once and for all?


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My Review
I enjoyed this book, and it was a pretty easy read. I think that Kylie did what she felt she had to do when she started stripping. I liked that when she and Brad got pregnant that they got married. Her parents did not approve of her choices, and as such she felt she could not turn to them when the going got tough. So she did what she felt she could to support her daughter and herself. I hated that Brad left and did not just walk away, and that she did not at some point just file for abandonment of their marriage, but I also feel like she was young and without any guidance in her life she may not have known that might have been available to her.
She meets Evan one night while stripping. He is good looking, rich, and as they start dating is good to her daughter, which are all pluses in my book. I hated that she was not honest from the beginning about where she was at in her marriage. Evan and Kylie have some great chemistry and there are some hot scenes in the book. I liked where they were going until they started to fight about things. Every couple has misunderstandings and they fight. What drove me nuts about Kylie and Evan was that they would walk out on each other, and not resolve their issues. I had to remind myself several times that she is young, but Evan was a bit older. It stands to reason that she had a good home life as a child and probably did not witness all this push and pull, so I just did not understand it. There are plenty of other detractors for this couple – His family, Brad coming back, her marriage, that I felt them never being a strong united front was more damaging at times to their relationship.
Overall I like this book, and think that you will as well. I was given a copy to review, but also purchased it.


About the author:

C.A. Harms

C.A. Harms is like any other addicted reader. She enjoys happy endings and HEA love stories. She hasn’t

always been a lover of Romance and had once been addicted to a good Mystery. Just recently she has

taken on a new liking and now is a full blown Romance novel addict.

She lives in Illinois and enjoys spending time with her husband and two children. You will always find her

with her kindle or paperback in hand as it is her favorite pass time.

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About A Novel Love

I have always had a book in my hand. With ebooks many in hand! I really enjoy sharing my favorite authors with people, and helping others find a new favorite author. When I was young I knew I was in trouble when I was sent to my room and COULD NOT read. Truly a tragic punishment for sure! Join me to talk about books we love or help others find new books to read! I am willing to read books in exchange for an honest review, and would be happy to participate in blog tours and cover reveals. Some of the types of books I enjoy are romance, romantic suspense, alpha males, rockers, paranormal (shifter), tattooed guys, contemporary romance, MMA fighters, NA romance, Christian romance, sports romance, ménage and BDMS.

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