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Exposure [NOOK Book]

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She’s the sexiest secret at East Park University.

Rylan Willow is the top model for East Park Exposed, the university’s underground and insanely successful erotic ...
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Exposure

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Overview

She’s the sexiest secret at East Park University.

Rylan Willow is the top model for East Park Exposed, the university’s underground and insanely successful erotic magazine.

Her friends know her as Evan Cosette, a biochemistry major with a flawless GPA.

East Park Exposed has kept Evan’s tuition paid. All she has to do is keep up the naïve school-girl disguise when she’s on campus and her secret is safe, her two worlds separate.

Until Dallas.

When the magazine runs a co-ed shoot to broaden readership, Evan’s partner is a gorgeous and disgustingly brilliant grad student. Evan doesn’t know how much of Dallas Whitley she’ll be able to handle, especially when he wants to study with her outside the studio. She promises herself that she can just be friends with Dallas. He has a girlfriend, after all. And Evan needs to focus.

She can’t when the co-ed printing brings sales through the roof.

She can’t when her photographer wants to crank the heat for the next issue.

Every steamy shoot leaves Evan gasping for breath, her true feelings for Dallas clouded by their camera-charade. But the more time she spends with him in the real world, the more she risks someone finding out the truth about her.

She needs to decide.

Who gets Dallas—Rylan, or Evan?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016732428
  • Publisher: Iris Blaire
  • Publication date: 5/20/2013
  • Series: East Park , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 120,422
  • File size: 165 KB

Meet the Author

Iris is a recent college graduate and New York native. When not writing romance, she can be found wrestling with her Schipperke, writing really bad poetry, and jumping in puddles on rainy days.
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  • Posted August 12, 2014

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    A+ ¿Does she walk? Does she talk? Does she come complete?¿ That

    A+

    “Does she walk? Does she talk? Does she come complete?” That’s what all the subscribers of East Park Exposed are asking about Rylan Willow while I have the lyrics to J. Geils’s Band Centerfold running through my head. 

    But sexy Rylan Willow isn’t really Rylan Willow. She’s just Evan Cosette’s “virginal” alter ego for the university’s Playboy-like magazine. Only her best friend and photographer, Brit, as well as the other models know her true identity—a hard-studying biochemistry undergrad. That is until Dallas Whitley comes on the scene.

    Dallas, it turns out, is a graduate student/teaching assistant for one of her classes. When Brit pairs them together for a photo shoot, their chemistry is off the charts. In compromising positions in front of the camera, it’s a little hard for him to hide his attraction to her. Color him even more surprised when he discovers her true identity on campus. 

    Can Evan keep their working relationship separate from their academic affiliations? Can Dallas (who has a girlfriend) keep his hands off Evan when Brit calls a wrap? Or will the two finally give into their desire in front of the camera? 

    The premise of this story is quite original, the “drama” is refreshing, and the “love scenes” are creative. (Okay, some of the love scenes aren’t even full sex but they are hot, hot, hot!) There’s nothing cheesy about it. The characters are real, upbeat, and while they have their struggles (mostly real world struggles like how to pay for college) they don’t have tons of baggage from their past or extreme sexual tendencies. Dallas is simply an average (albeit quite good looking) down-to-earth grad student in a long term (but long ago lost its passion) relationship trying to finance his academic career. He applies to be a male model with the approval and by the suggestion of his girlfriend! Evan is a natural beauty, but she looks like a bookworm co-ed when she’s not in front of the lens. And despite how frequently she undresses for the camera, her real life doesn’t generally see much action. 

    This unique take on a romance story is told by Evan and Dallas’s alternating 1st person POV. Very sexy!  Check out the follow-up titles, Dark Frame and Aberration. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2013

    Short steamy read!

    This book was very well written. I enjoyed the storyline and the character development was great. It was a short but fun read with a lot of sexual tension!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2013

    Hot

    Good read and hotttttt!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 25, 2013

    it was ok

    I did love the characters in this book but I felt like they kind of played games with each other too much and dragged everything out

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2013

    Worth it!

    A super sexy,quick,fun read! Worth it!&

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 23, 2013

    SO FREAKIN HOTTTT!!!

    I loved this book. The characters are amazing. The chemisty between Dallas & Evan is stellar. Just the discription of their scenes together was enough to get the juices flowing. Lol. These two are on fire. But 147 pages is by no means long enough for this book. Just when it starts getting real it ends. I still would recommend this book to everyone. It is so worth it . The story is amazing, the sex is hot and the stripping is intence. Get ready to put out a fire.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2013

    Quick read but good.

    I liked this story! It was a quick read being only 155 Nook pages but it was well rounded. I would recommend it!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 15, 2013

    Great

    Super cute book!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2013

    OMG

    Love love love stayed up all ngt...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2013

    Very good novel! Could hardly put it down. Very addictive and se

    Very good novel! Could hardly put it down. Very addictive and sexy. Read it all in one day!!

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