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    Solid 4 Stars

    Micah Carpenter returns to New Orleans to help find the murder of the president of the Deacons of Bourbon Street. Sarah Delacroix recently cancelled her society wedding. To cheer up her grandfather she wants to throw a Christmas party in one of the stately properties owned by the family. Unfortunately, the house is now owned by the Deacons. Micah is assigned to keep an eye on Sarah. I loved the banter between Micah and Sarah. I felt that the time with Micah allowed Sarah to find her spine. She started asking for what she wanted, not just doing what society expected. Strip You Bare is Book 4 of the series, but it works as a stand-alone. The mystery is resolved and the book concludes with a satisfying HEA. And the sex is HOT. My favorite lines were Sarah thinking about her ex-fiancé. “…now that she had kissed Micah, she judged the women who had gotten naked with her ex a lot more harshly. Obviously Charlie was even less impressive than she had originally realized.” And my favorite: “A flaccid **** with saggy, empty balls where his brain should have been.” Cover issues: guy has no tattoos. Micah’s are described as being covered up by his designer suits. And a high-society girl would not wear daisy dukes and a denim jacket.
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    Strip You Bare

    What a novel! Yates returns to the world that she’s created surrounding the Deacons of Bourbon Street in a big way to create a novel that held my attention throughout. She cranks up the heat at times while also creating a one of a kind, emotionally impacting tale. The overall plot progression of this novel was great, but I found the characters hard to connect with at times. I did enjoy getting to know them on various levels, but some of their actions and reactions were a little off the walls at times. That said, it also made them the characters that truly filled this story well. This is definitely a hot, steamy novel with substance. Once again Yates has created a fulfilling novel that I really enjoyed. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
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    Strip you bare

    Awesome I loved this series so many tough alphas being taken down by mere women,we do have all the power no matter the size or personality of the man .the writers of this series wow the sex scenes wow!
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    My favorite of the series

    I really like this book! I have enjoyed this entire series but STRIP ME BARE is my favorite and a fitting end to the series. And I've got to say that Sarah and Micah are my favorite couple. They are from different worlds but their struggles to reconcile who they really are on the inside with who they are expected to be and find where they fit in, are very similar. Micah 'Prince' Carpenter doesn't have fond memories of New Orleans and hasn't looked back since he left ten years ago, but duty calls and he's back albeit reluctantly. He's all in on the quest to unearth the truth about Priest's death but as soon as that's done, he plans to return to his upscale life in San Francisco. Cooling his heels and playing bodyguard to a rich debutante is not exactly what he'd hoped to be doing but he's the best person for that particular assignment. Being in New Orleans makes it easier for him to slip back into the persona of the outlaw biker he used to be and the temptation to take his charge for a spin on the wild side becomes too hard to resist. Sarah Delacroix is a southern belle through and through, always above reproach, careful to act within the rules of their set even though she feels restricted by them. Micah is a breath of fresh air with his bluntness but he tempts her to throw off the restrictions and rules and be herself. Finally the truth of Priest's death is revealed and while I've been looking forward to this from the first book, it paled beside the chemistry between Sarah and Micah. They are perfect for each other and I loved heat between them as well as their verbal sparring and the innuendos. Beneath that prim and proper exterior is a very passionate and strong-willed woman just waiting for the right motivation to reveal herself and the challenge she offers to Micah is exactly what he needs. Micah is actually a very complex man, made of many facets, all of which he needed to come to terms with in order to be happy and fully accept the brotherhood offered by the Deacons. For Sarah, all the revelations about what happened ten years ago only support her desire to be herself. STRIP ME BARE is not the usual biker/MC story and any reader who expects the gritty, rough and crude part of that life will be disappointed. This book (and the entire series) is more about family, renewing bonds of brotherhood and finding love, and I for one love it. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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