Suzie Samuels is the only thing standing between Clifford and his life’s work. All he has to do is change everything about her. Perception creates reality and Clifford Rutledge needs the irascible stripper to prove it. Suzie Samuels is set to prove once and for all she’s more than Short Fuse Suze, stripper for the Black Demons and renowned motorcycle arsonist. If all it takes is hard work, then Suzie knows how to work it hard. But Suzie’s scandalous spirit tests Clifford’s resolve. And Clifford’s buttoned-up bullying is driving Suzie bonkers. Can Clifford move past their differences long enough to pull off the impossible task of changing the bare lady into a fair lady? More importantly, as perceptions shift and priorities change, will he want to?
I didn’t get far enough into the book for an accurate steam rating. I feel confident from the subject matter saying that it was at least 3+
The premise of this book is supposed to be a take on My Fair Lady. Yes, please…sign me up! Unfortunately the heroine and I just couldn’t seem to bond. I’ll start by saying the heroine in this book is a stripper working at a club called the G-spot. She had some tie in with Jethro Winston (from ____) and had joined a rival motorcycle club of the Iron Wraiths (called the black demons). If you’re a still tracking with me, then you’re about 7% into the book. She doesn’t see a way out of the life she has but thinks of herself as better than most of the other strippers there. I love the idea of a my fair Lady retelling but this premise was a bit much for me. I quickly realized I wasn’t the right reader for this book.