Ava Cameron has stars in her eyes. When the feisty designer moves to NYC after graduation with her best friend, things are finally clicking into place.
But now their brand new label, Travesty, is under attack.
The man leading the charge is the hottest hookup Ava ever had. One she never wanted to see again...
Nate Townsend might be from the right schools, the right neighborhood and the right family. But under the surface, his scars run deep.
When the society prince and the loud designer come face to face on a case that could decide Ava's future, sparks fly.
Nate's not about to let Ava forget she's the only person who knows his secrets. And Ava’s walking the line between getting Travesty back on track and being dragged into the gutter by one stubborn young lawyer planning to take her down.
If Nate Townsend didn’t make the gutter look so damn good...
my 3.5 star review of Stripped
I enjoyed this story by Piper, and there were some cute moments, that i really enjoyed from this couple. Stripped is the second story that comes after Schooled. Ava and Nate are the central characters in the story, but it shows us some from Lex too, who was in Schooled.
Ava meets Nate when she visits New York and they have a one night stand- never to see each other again, or will they?? of course they do- and that's when it starts to get funny, and their banter is hilarious. Ava is a great heroine and says what she wants! She is also very independent, and not at all like the other whiny heroines.
Nate seems like the opposite- more controlled, less free spirited. He has conflicts, like all heroes. He was very alpha, but also sometimes beta with his way of thinking.
And while the story was hot to me, there were definitely a bunch of conflict. I wouldn't say this was my favorite book of all time, but it was a great little fluff story to read.
Piper Lawson Bio:
I love reading and writing stories about sassy, sexy, smart girls and the guys who fall hard for them. My main household expenditures include books, shoes, and chocolate, not necessarily in that order. Coffee = life (and I’ll defend it accordingly, especially when cornered). I have two business degrees, neither of which I’ve managed to turn into a fashion label (boo).
Home is Canada plus sunny winter escapes. Feel free to stalk me @piperjlawson,facebook.com/piperlawsonbooks, or write to me at piperjlawson(at)gmail.com. Hearing from you would make my day (for real – I’m not just saying that.)!