Monday, October 14, 2013

[Short Review] Full Exposure, by: Tracy Wolff

Full Exposure
by: Tracy Wolff


Closing herself off from a traumatic past, photographer Serena Macafee likes sex with no strings attached? no commitment, just pure pleasure. Her new subject, sculptor Kevin Riley, is the perfect man to fulfill her hottest fantasies. Where better than the torrid wetlands of Baton Rouge where Riley works?and plays? But as their sessions heat up, so do Serena?s intimate feelings for Kevin. And as her guard breaks down, her fears are aroused.

She?s opening herself up to emotions she never wanted, and making herself vulnerable to a past she thought she'd escaped. One that has followed her to the sweltering Southern bayou, exposing her to the twisted fantasies of someone in the shadows, and to dangers beyond her control.

Ugh, I was liking it at the end and BAM! It end. I dragged so much this book, because at the beginning I didn’t like it. Everything was too fast and I didn’t understand anything. But then, things begin to slow down and I fell in love with it.

I don’t know what to think about the book in general. It’s not one of my favorites, but neither is one of my “I-don’t-like-you”. The scenes of the stalker was very cliché, except of the part of who was the stalker, because I didn’t think about him until Kevin said it. I hate the way Serena thinks and talks about herself, I couldn’t stand it. But I love how Kevin make her feel and how his thoughts always drift towards her and how much he love her. And of course, his french was "magnifique" The book is not bad, but it’s not perfect either.

I don’t know if I would recommend this book to someone. Maybe, but not in a near future.

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