I absolutely LOVED both Melody and Callum! It is rare for me to be obsessed with both main characters of a book but Chelsea McDonald created two amazing people in Stripped Love. Melody is a strong woman who works hard and loves harder. She is everything Callum wants and although he let her slip away once, he is determined not to make the same mistake again. Their relationship is swoon worthy. They know each other so well it truly defines "meant to be". I love that they can get down and dirty one second and passionate and truthful the next. Together they find a way to start again and it really proves to be an all-the-feels romance!
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My lips followed the outline of her low cut blouse, placing soft kisses along the top of her full breasts. My hand pulled at her top, exposing more of her to me. I ran my tongue between her heavy cleavage before moving to the left where my hand peeled down her top and the cup of her lacy bra. Soft pink nipple exposed and puckered, I wasted no time diving in. I was a starved man feasting on my last meal.
His hands, big and strong, gripped my thighs and surprised me by throwing one of my legs over his shoulder. Oh god. An open-mouthed kiss captured my lower lips. He was slow and precise but I knew what was coming next. His tongue. The long, pointed beast that could’ve turned any woman into a puddle in mere minutes. I’d forgotten just how much I’d missed that tongue.
I felt a familiar all-consuming power taking hold of my body. I’d felt this before... the last time. It was the feeling of not being in control, mixed with this insane curiousness. It was him. I was Alice and he was my white rabbit. Just like the fairytale, I would follow him blindly. I’d let him lead me anywhere just by the fact that he’d be there too.
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I thought I knew Melody O’Connor but I had no idea that she was hiding her nightlife from me. If someone had told me that Melody, my sweet Mel, was a stripper for a club downtown? I would’ve laughed in their faces and said they were out of their minds. On a night out, I finally caught her tangled in an intricate web of lies. She was a deer caught in headlights, too scared to move. I waited for an explanation but it never came, so I high-tailed it out of there.
As I walked away that night, I half expected her to chase after me. But she didn’t.
The next time I see Melody, she’s different. A familiar desire begins to stir to life inside of me, it’s dark and dormant and ready to consume me if I let it. Maybe it’s a mistake, it definitely should’ve been but I was too far gone to care.
I’d learned my lesson and his name was Callum Wright. Don’t ever pretend to be someone you’re not, it will only come back to bite you in the ass. All it took for that to sink in was the sight of Callum’s back as he walked away from me and out of my life for good. He’d caught me in a lie and I was too scared to tell him the truth, scared that he’d hate me. So instead, I said nothing. I was so in love with him, that I’d rather have lost him then have him hate me.
It took time to pick myself up and move forward, but as hard as I tried I couldn’t ever move on from him.
The next time he walks into my life, I’m not prepared. I’d worked so hard on suppressing my emotions and moving forward with my life, but one glimpse of him and everything comes roaring to the surface. I knew it was wrong, so I tried to resist but he wouldn’t let me.