Friday, 10 April 2015

Tease (Take It Off #2) by Cambria Hebert

You can look, but you can't touch... Harlow is a broke college student. When her tuition assistance is taken away, she is faced with a choice: admit to her mother she couldn't hack it on her own or make a lot of money fast. So she gets a good-paying job. As a stripper. She thought it would be easy, but it turn out being sexy is a lot harder than she thought. When a few mishaps work in her favor, she manages to hang on to her job and catch the eye of the Mad Hatter's best-looking bartender, Cam. She's also caught the eye of someone who wants to do more than look, someone who's decided she's nothing but a tease. As the clothes come off, Harlow finds herself caught between list and murder, The only thing she knows for sure is that her new risqué job is a lot more than she bargained for.

Tease by Cambria Hebert

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Tease (Take It Off, #2)This was an okay NA contemporary romance, but I had issues with it.

Harlow was a bit of an odd character at times. She went to great lengths to stop people from thinking her a tease in high school, and then as soon as it suited her, she went to lengths to make out that she was a tease. I mean, make your mind up!

The storyline in this revolved around Harlow becoming a stripper to pay for college, even though she wanted to strip but still keep her clothes on. Yes. Seriously. She wanted to be a stripper who didn’t take her clothes off. I mean really?! And somehow this naïve, virginal girl is able to drive these guys wild, without taking any clothes off, and with little more than running her finger down her cleavage and licking her leg?! I mean she didn’t even have music picked out or a routine planned! She just did a ‘Flashdance’ with a jug of water, and boom! She’s a hit! Ugh.

I had issues with the romance too, or rather the sex scenes. I’m not going to go into details, but are all the girls in this series going to be virgins? Are all the men going to be well-endowed and happy to ram it home in one stroke? Are all the girls going to come at the slightest glance from said men?

And another thing. Breasts are breasts. They are NOT ‘girls’. Ugh. Why would you even call your breasts your ‘girls’?

The ending to this was okay, but I had guessed pretty early on who the stalker was. Can’t say I was the biggest fan of this book overall.
6 out of 10

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