Overexposed [NOOK Book]

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For five years, Leah has been known as the fame whore who screwed Kevin Grayson, son of Hollywood royalty, as a step up the ladder to stardom and then maliciously exposed footage of their most intimate moments to the world. Only Leah knows Kevin is the guilty one, using the public sympathy to advance his career and breaking her heart in the process.

Leah isn’t naïve anymore. She’s given up on romance, and she’ll do whatever necessary to prove ...

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Overexposed

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Overview

For five years, Leah has been known as the fame whore who screwed Kevin Grayson, son of Hollywood royalty, as a step up the ladder to stardom and then maliciously exposed footage of their most intimate moments to the world. Only Leah knows Kevin is the guilty one, using the public sympathy to advance his career and breaking her heart in the process.

Leah isn’t naïve anymore. She’s given up on romance, and she’ll do whatever necessary to prove she hasn’t been defeated. So when she needs another shot of notoriety to ensure the success of her new restaurant, at the same time Kevin needs some PR help of his own, she agrees to a crazy plan.

She can fake a two-week romantic vacation with Kevin, pretending to rekindle their relationship for the eyes of the world. And she can resist Kevin’s breathtaking sexiness, even in such close quarters. And she absolutely won’t fall for any of his lies.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940151753395
  • Publisher: Noelle Adams
  • Publication date: 1/8/2015
  • Sold by: Draft2Digital
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 78,467
  • File size: 251 KB

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  • Posted September 28, 2014

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    Second chances can make a difference. . .  I just had to read th

    Second chances can make a difference. . . 
    I just had to read this after read the blurb. It reminded me of another someone that did something similar with a not so royal Hollywooder and without the HEA expected. Anyway Leah and Kevin have something that is not apparent on the surface they both are trying to be who they are without relying on family. But this is one time that they will need each other to make their life run a bit smoother or at least seem to. 




    Adams does not disappoint me with a chance look at rekindling something that didn't really have a chance to get off the ground the first time around. Second chances are possible (at least in fiction).




    Thanks, NetGalley,

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  • Posted July 18, 2014

    Together Leah and Kevin are smart and witty and their interactio

    Together Leah and Kevin are smart and witty and their interactions are so realistically cute.  I think the ending was the perfect complement to the rest of their relationship and it left me with a smile.  A sizzling heartbreaker, Overexposed highlights troubled lovers and their rocky path back together again.  

    Full review available at Romantic Reads and Such on wordpress.

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  • Posted June 4, 2014

    I enjoyed the story and it was a quick easy read. There were a f

    I enjoyed the story and it was a quick easy read. There were a few grammar errors that are obvious but easy to overlook.  

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2014

    Overexposed is the story of Leah and Kevin, friends, loves and a

    Overexposed is the story of Leah and Kevin, friends, loves and adversaries who try to find their way back to each other after a very public betrayal.
    Who will blink first is a catch phrase that came to mind during the reading of this book. The story goes back and forth from both points of view in addition switching back to the past and present. I enjoyed both hooks, I admit I always enjoy the man’s point of view and we shifted between the two POV and the past and present seamlessly. We see how young love is developed into a more mature and forgiving love.
    This book was well written, the characters were developed and the reader is taken along on a very enjoyable ride with a tiny peek into the Hollywood scene.
    My only critical note would be that I wanted more and kept tuning a page that wasn’t!

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  • Posted June 2, 2014

    Overexposed, Noelle Adams. Review from Jeannie Zelos book revie

    Overexposed, Noelle Adams.
    Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
    I liked this novel, it’s an uncomplicated, sexy, fun read. sometimes I want deep, dark drama, vampires and shifters, and sometimes I need something easy to read. That was this book yesterday.
    Leah – she’s lovely, I liked her right from the first, shy and sweet and loyal to her friends, and she’s keen not to take advantage of Kevin’s offer to help her career. That’s was great to see, and it was pretty clear too that although Kevin was going out – casually in an on and off manner – with her friend, it was Leah he really wanted.
    Then they get together, have a hot and heavy, sensual and spicy romance, and then all hell lets lose. He leaks sex videos she didn’t know existed of them to the media, but she got the blame for leaking them from the public, so her fledgling career is at an end. Everywhere she goes she’s labelled “whore” and worse, and she’s heart broken, struggling to get through. She really thought they had something special, and feels violated.
    I liked Kevin too, even though he’d ruined her...we didn’t see that side of him, just the gentle, romantic one, and it was hard to see why he’d broken her like that – he didn’t seem that sort.
    Its not difficult to work out what happened, but it made for an easy to read, fun novel with some heat and sensuality. When things go wrong yet again...argghhh, how could that happen. that part I saw coming but it still played out well, and of course I love a HEA.
    Stars: Four, If you want an easy read, fun, sex and romance this is for you.
    ARC supplied via Netgalley

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