Stripping Bare

Steele Ridge

Bad Boy...


Baby Brother...

Who is the real Jonah Steele?

Video game mogul Jonah Steele may be a billionaire, but as the youngest brother in a family of alphas, his struggle to prove his worth is all-consuming. Although he saved his hometown from ruin, he can’t forgive himself for the biggest failure of his life.

As a teenager, Tessa Martin survived one of the most devastating nights of her life. Now, she’s a corporate psychologist and stronger than ever. She also has her sights set on Jonah Steele, her former boss and the only man who can track down the hacker who compromised her confidential client files. But can she confess that Jonah’s deepest secrets were exposed as well?

As the threat distorts into a real-life version of Jonah’s legendary video game, his and Tessa’s complicated emotional past—and the secrets buried there—could prove fatal. Will they strip away the past and reveal their feelings for one another, or allow it to blind them to a killer’s twisted game of revenge?


What readers are saying...

"Interesting read full of suspense, uncertainty, longing and discovery. The characters are strong, determined individuals that are bound together by a tragic past event. The story line is full of emotion as Jonah and Tessa admit their love but must deal with obstacles in their path. Great read, great series. Loved it!"

~Amazon Reviewer


"From the very beginning you can't help but feel for Jonah. He deserves his happily ever after. This book keeps you on your toes. From the love betweem these two the terrible story of how they met all those years ago. Wonderfully written with the utmost respect and sensitivity for the story line."

~Amazon Reviewer


About the author

Adrienne Giordano writes romantic suspense and mystery. She is a Jersey girl at heart, but now lives in the Midwest with her workaholic husband, sports obsessed son and Buddy the Wheaten Terrorist (Terrier). She is a co-founder of Romance University blog and Lady Jane’s Salon-Naperville, a reading series dedicated to romantic fiction.