Tony has harbored a secret crush on Melissa for the ten years she's stripped for his club. Having a policy of never getting involved with the girls that danced for him, he's kept his desires to himself. Now that Melissa is no longer dancing, he's free to pursue her. If he could just convince her that he's not the "love 'em and leave 'em" playboy anymore that she believes him to be.
The CLASSIEST LADY is a story about a couple that had been in love with each other for ten years but neither acted on it. I loved the way Melissa tried using flippant and sassy comments to cover up her insecurities about her breast size. I laughed out loud at a few of them. Tony's attempts at letting her know how he feels are thwarted at every turn. His panic over losing this opportunity to let her know he wants to be with her is so honest and refreshingly vulnerable. There's lots of confusion and frustration on both sides resulting in some amusing self-discussion sessions. Karen Monroe did a tremendous job with CLASSIEST LADY. I look forward to reading the other books in her Stripper Chronicles.