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Full Exposure

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  • Posted December 25, 2008

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    a strong contemporary romance

    Years ago photographer Serena Macafee was the victim of a brutal assault. She physically healed but emotionally she fears intimacy with men.<BR/><BR/>In Baton Rouge, her current project is to take pictures of highly regarded sculptor Kevin Riley. To her shock she is attracted to her subject as he awakens a part of her that she thought died with the vicious attack. Kevin wants her as much as she desires him. Both struggle with their need for the other. Especially adding to their difficulties is there is no respite from their respective hearts as she is living in his house during the shoot. As they fall in love and make love, he wants forever, but she fears relationships. Kevin soon realizes her paranoia has a current base as someone filled with rage stalks her. He pleads with her to go to the cops, but she says done that and have the mental scars to prove it so she insists no cops. He reluctantly accepts her proclamation fearing she might leave otherwise and vows to keep her safe.<BR/><BR/>Although Kevin seems too perfect especially his patience level, FULL EXPOSURE is an exciting romantic suspense thriller due to the heroine who needs a forklift to carry her baggage. Serena makes the tale work as her past, her kin, and her emotional withdrawal make her a fascinating protagonist. The stalker enhances her most crippling quirks. Fans will wonder whether the photographer will be able to overcome her phobias and stay with Kevin; or will she flee from love as Tracey Wolff provides a strong contemporary in which the answer to stay or not to stay is in the photos.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2012

    Sweet yet gut wrenching

    ## First of all, the story was good and the sex was remarkable. I absoltely adored Kevin. Wow he was Hot with a capital H. And so amazingly sweet. He could be my hero anytime! The sex scene outside the Ferrari was incredible. What i did not like (hence the 4 stars instead of 5) was the heroine. He said i love you a hundred times and even though she loved him too, she couldn't be with him once the job ended. Over and over, i got really annoyed. The author should have let her give in a little sooner and shortened the book by 30 pages. But still worth reading.

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  • Posted March 30, 2009

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    Predictable

    I didn't bother finishing the book. Why waste my time when things became predictable in the first few chapters.

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  • Posted March 30, 2009

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    Red Hot

    Suspense and emotionally charged plot, with no-holds barred passion. This one sizzles.

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  • Posted March 17, 2009

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    Edge Of Your Seat Plot

    You know the story is good when you're skimming the steamy love scenes to find out what happens next. Ms. Wolff delivers a story that will keep you guessing and a romance that scorches the pages.

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  • Posted March 16, 2009

    Great Book

    I really enjoyed this story. The author really knows how to make a connection with the couple.

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