Ripped (Real #5) by Katy Evans

Every woman wants me--except the one I sing for.

Seattle shakes with anticipation: they call it the concert of the year. They say girls are getting pregnant just thinking about Crack Bikini being in town.

But when you love a girl, you don't leave her with nothing but a ring and a promise. Any man with half a brain should know.

So what did I expect my girl would do when she saw me again?

Well, for starters, she loathes our music. Particularly the song I wrote about her.

When I sing it, the stadium is in an uproar. Thousands of fans scream my name like I'm a god--but yeah, not her. Crystal clear: the girl's not happy to see me.

Black hair, black boots, a bad attitude, that's her -- Pandora Stone is a freaking man-eater and she's out for my blood.

That's alright.

Let her come at me. Because I'm out for her heart and, this time, there's no way she can stop me.


Katy delivers another good one with Ripped. Pandora is a fantastic character and the tension between her and Kenna makes for a passionate and hot ride. Even though Pandora is, for all intents and purposes, an unlikable character, I always liked her jaded, tough as nails persona, because I always had a feeling that it was a front. This one got off to a bit of a slow start, but once it got going...holy hell! It was almost like the fall after the long climb up on a roller coaster. Pandora and Kenna prove that there is a thin line between hate and love, and their battle of wills made for a page-turning good time.

I recommend that you read the other books in this series first, because of the character crossovers. While this book doesn't hold up to the freight train that is Remington Tate, I would definitely say that it is worth the read. 

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