Stripped

Zoey Castile (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$15.95
Publisher
Kensington Publishing Corporation
Publish Date
August 28, 2018
Pages
240
Dimensions
5.4 X 0.7 X 8.2 inches | 0.5 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781496715241
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About the Author

Zoey Castile was born in Ecuador and raised in Queens, New York. She started writing in her teens and pursued that love in her studies at Hunter College and the University of Montana. For nearly a decade, she worked as a bartender, hostess, and manager in New York City's nightlife. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram @ZoeyCastile. You can also email her at [email protected]

Reviews

"Tantalizing...Their chemistry is intense."
--The New York Times

"A sexy, funny contemporary romance... devilishly fun."
--NPR

"Castile delivers genuine chemistry between the leads, and her strippers are strike the perfect balance between sexily risky and cuddly...With well-developed characters, a satisfying romance, and a lighthearted fast-paced story, Castile's debut is thoroughly entertaining."
--Publishers Weekly

"There's no other word to describe this book but delicious - it's as sinful and pleasurable as a perfect piece of late summer pie."
--Entertainment Weekly

"Much like Magic Mike, its celluloid inspiration, Stripped is swoony, exciting and an all-around entertaining ride... With chemistry that's steamy and a hero that's dreamy, Stripped should be on everyone's reading list this year."
--Booklist

"A sweet and sexy story that shows how life-changing -- and gratifying -- it can be to step outside of your comfort zone and question expectations."
--Shondaland

"Stripped by Zoey Castile was one of my most anticipated romances this year and it really is a perfect read for fans of Magic Mike."
--Smart Bitches, Trashy Books

"A witty, wonderful romance that speaks to who we are, who we are meant to be, and who we are meant to be with." --Washington Post