Author: Jasinda Wilder

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jasinda Wilder is a Michigan native with a penchant for titillating tales about sexy men and strong women. When she’s not writing, she’s probably shopping, baking, or reading.
Some of her favorite authors include Nora Roberts, JR Ward, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Liliana Hart and Bella Andre.
She loves to travel and some of her favorite vacations spots are Las Vegas, New York City and Toledo, Ohio.
You can often find Jasinda drinking sweet red wine with frozen berries and eating a cupcake.
Jasinda is represented by Kristin Nelson of the Nelson Literary Agency.

Average Rating: 4.5

Blog Tour: Stripped by Jasinda Wilder

Posted 14 August, 2013 by Gabbie in Blog Tour, Review / 3 Comments
Blog Tour: Stripped by Jasinda Wilder

Favorite Quote(s): “Dawson sits on the bed near my knee and smiles. He has a plate in his other hand, a toasted plain bagel with a generous slathering of cream cheese. I sit up, and my stomach rumbles as I smell the bagel. He’s brought me breakfast. In bed. And he’s done it shirtless. Women of America, be jealous.” Favorite Character: Grey. First Line: “‘No daughter of mine will engage in any such lewd and sinful behavior as dancing,‘ Daddy says to me, his blue eyes blazing.” My Musings: I, personally, have not been able to read any of Jasinda’s previous books, although I have heard fantastic things about them. So when I saw the sign-ups for this book (with it’s beautiful cover and intriguing synopsis), I was sold. I couldn’t wait to delve into the world of Grey, who has to strip her way through college. Add in a hunky actor, and I was convinced that this book would be a golden read. And it was. Wilder tackled something that i never would have thought of–the church girl having to strip her way through college. I didn’t know, personally, that this even happened in real life. And it’s sad that it does. I really built up some sympathy for Grey as the novel wore on. She was such a strong character for being able to put herself through that. I wouldn’t […]