by Sarah Robinson

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BN ID: 2940162021391
Publisher: Sarah Robinson
Publication date: 09/04/2018
Series: Exposed , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 405,305
File size: 390 KB

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Aside from being a Top 10 Barnes & Noble and Amazon Bestseller, Sarah Robinson is a native of the Washington, DC area and has both her Bachelors and Masters Degrees in criminal psychology. She owns a small zoo of furry pets and is actively involved in volunteering in her community.

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Sheer 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
JoannaDursi 5 months ago
(3.5-3.75 stars) The EXPOSED series concludes with Simone and Grant’s story. As the baby of the family, Simone has always been the one to take care of everybody else. When she meets Grant, he shows her it’s ok to put herself first. Even though SHEER may be my least favorite out of the three, it is still a very good series and I strongly recommend picking up anything by Ms. Robinson. The series epilogue was beautiful and will leave you with fullness in your heart.
Sandy-thereadingcafe 8 months ago
3.75 stars--SHEER is the third and final instalment in Sarah Robinson’s contemporary, adult EXPOSED erotic, romance series focusing on the Reynolds sisters. This is singer and Broadway actress Simone Reynolds, and composer Grant Mercer’s story line. SHEER can be read as a stand alone without any difficulty. Any important information from the previous story lines is revealed where necessary. There is a slight cross-over with the author’s Kavanagh Legends series. Told from dual third person perspectives (Grant and Simone) SHEER follows the building relationship between music composer Grant Mercer, and singer Simone Reynolds. New Zealand compos Grant Mercer had been hired to write the score for Simone’s upcoming live performance of Kiss Me Kate. Recently divorced and facing an on-going scandal that threatened both his personal and public life, Grant had no intentions of ever falling back in love but meeting his leading lady gave Grant hope if only for a little while. Offering but a few weeks together Grant and Kate enter into a whirlwind romance that is quickly shut down when duty calls. What ensues is the building romance and relationship between Grant and Simone, and the potential fall-out as Grant’s past intends to destroy his life. SHEER is a story of family, love, secrets and lies. Grant’s personal continues to spiral out of control and without the necessary information and whereabouts of his ex-wife Grant faces an uncertain future upon his return to New Zealand. Simone never expected to fall in love especially with a man who claims he has no interest in a long-term relationship. Separated by weeks and miles, Simone struggles with her emotions especially when information reveals that Grant hasn’t been forthcoming about his life back home. The relationship between Simone and Grant begins acrimoniously as our couple go head to head with the upcoming production. Grant likes Simone’s sexy and sassy attitude, and Simone finds herself falling for the eminent music composer. The $ex scenes are passionate and intimate without the use of over the top, sexually graphic language and text. The colorful and charismatic secondary and supporting characters include Simone’s sisters and their other husbands; Grant’s ex-wife Serena, and Simone’s temporary boyfriend Jax. The world building focuses on Simone’s career, and her relationship with Grant but the jumps in time skip weeks to months wherein the reader is left to our own imaginations. SHEER is a spicy and spirited read. The premise is engaging but the quick conflict resolution is disappointing- there was no build up or reveal as to the how and why; the romance is realistic and provocative; the characters are dynamic and energetic.
Doreen Foucault 8 months ago
The final book in the Reynolds sisters' saga. I'm gonna miss this family. All three sisters are so close, but Simone has always been the wild child of the trio. Having been used for her fame in the past has left her wary of trusting another man. Grant tries to break down her walls, but keeps his own walls up. Simone finds Grant infuriating, but also can't help the attraction she feels towards him. They both have an amazing chemistry, and I loved the banter they had. I also enjoyed catching up on the lives of Aria and Ben, and Teagan and Reed. I can't wait to read whatever Sarah Robinson writes next!
mslizalou 8 months ago
Sheer is the third and final book in the Exposed trilogy about the Reynolds family from Sarah Robinson. Each books focuses on one of the Reynolds sisters and with Sheer, we finally get the youngest sister Simone's story. I really enjoyed Sheer and recommend it to readers who love fast-paced romances. Simone and Grant have a connection pretty much from the moment they meet. While it was not your typical meet-cute, I did laugh out loud at how they met. I liked them as a couple but did think Simone should have asked more about Grant's past and he should have been more forthcoming. Grant and Simone had amazing chemistry pretty much from the start and only grew hotter the more time they were together. Seriously some smoking hot sex scenes from the very first, and it totally worked for this couple. I have to say I enjoyed them getting to know each other along the way but again felt like Simone shared way more than Grant every did and won't lie about it bothering me some as I read the story. I had a feeling it might come back to haunt him later and wasn't surprised when it did. While I completely agreed with Simone's anger and actions initially, I have to say she totally kicked butt when needed to help Grant out in a major way. Sheer wrapped up the Reynolds family saga perfectly. I especially loved we got to see Simone interact with all of her family and even better we were given a gift of seeing this family in the future. Sarah Robinson was a new to me author before this series, and now she is on my auto-buy list of authors. Again, she writes really fast-paced, sexy, and emotional romances that end up being like crack once you start reading. Rating: 4 Stars (B) Review copy provided by publisher
TerryL56 8 months ago
4 1/2 Stars! A great end to a great series! Simone is the youngest Reynolds sister and she was one of the finalists in the American Voice contest and now she's going to be the lead in a live musical that will stream online to the world. Grant is a musical composer from New Zealand and he just arrived to write the music for the musical. Even though Simone and Grant don't hit it off at first, it doesn't take long for them to begin an affair that they put an expiration date of a month, when Grant goes back to New Zealand. Will they be able to say goodbye or will Grant's secrets tear them apart? I really liked that even though Grant was a hunk, he wasn't a manwhore. And Simone was just a sweetheart because she put everyone else's needs above her own. The chemistry between Grant and Simone is undeniable, but at times I just wanted to give Grant a swift kick and tell him to tell her everything about his life ... it was information that she had the right to know. I really liked that there was a 2nd epilogue about all the sisters 5 years later. I recommend this whole series for anyone who loves romance with a side of steam! I received an ARC courtesy of Season Publishing through NetGalley in exchange for a honest review.
AMA09 8 months ago
I have really loved this series but I have to say that Simone and Grant have become my favorite couple of the series. And that says a lot because I really loved Aria and Ben. This story was a little more emotional to me than Nudes and Bare. Simone's family suffered a great loss and seeing her with her family really brought on quite a few emotions. I love how Grant and Simone both help each other with their issues; they rescued each other. Sarah Robinson has a way of connecting you with these characters that they feel real and you become a part of their family. This series is absolutely a must read.
Lorizen 8 months ago
I knew Sarah Robinson was going to send us off with a dazzling finale in this series, but never did I imagine I'd be hanging on every word. Incredibly painful at times, sizzling hot and captivated by the story. It's best to climb right in your reader and enjoy the ride. It's nothing short of amazing. We meet Simone, who is working on a live, music based movie, on the heels of the almost win of a national singing competition while dealing with a heartbreaking tragedy. I loved Simone, she's strong and confident. Enter Grant who is flying in from his home in New Zealand to pull the score together for the show and he meets Simone. Grant is a grouch, he's got his reasons, but still a grouch! Of course they butt heads, of course he's a bit difficult. His life is up in the air right now and he's got a boatload of very real problems to deal with thanks to his ex-wife. His ex is a real piece of work. He also has plans for the future when he's done with this show. Watching these two knock heads but also embrace what was happening between the two of them was the best part of the book. Seeing the sisters again along with their children was great. I loved their relationship. It's what matters. The book is flawless, the story flows, the dialogue is stellar and Sarah will pull you right into the story. The dual epilogues were perfection. Fabulous, emotional read. *arc from NetGalley and publisher for an honest review*
Lynn53 8 months ago
An Old Time Musical Turned Modern. Grant Mercer seems to have his work cut out for him. Simone Reynolds is starting a new career. She’s in a musical that I actually had the chance to see – I loved watching musicals growing up. My problem comes when they do the live version. I have certain expectations, having watched the original, and a lot of the live shows don’t meet them. With this book I want to go back and watch Howard Keel and Kathryn Grayson – I may have had a crush on Mr. Keel growing up. Once I finish the movie I would reread this book. As I think about what I just said, I could picture Keel and Grayson as Grant and Simone. That would be another reason to revisit the movie. I wonder how they would feel about stepping into those roles. There’s a reason that Grant is on U.S. soil and that mystery caught my attention. I’ve never watched The Voice, and any of its competitors, but I can almost picture Simone as an ingénue. We get to see her blossom as the story moves forward. But Grant seems to say one thing and then goes off and does something else – maybe it’s because of the business they’re in. It shows how crazy it can be. Makes me glad that I never had any aspirations of being in the limelight. But just like in true Hollywood fashion, things end happily for everyone. I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book.
Rhondaz 8 months ago
4 STARS FOR SHEER!! Another great story in the Exposed series. Grant and Simone's story is broken, but beautiful. Their story has all the feels and will keep you flipping pages. I believe this is one book and series any romance read will want to 1-Click.
Anonymous 8 months ago
The first couple of chapters were confusing and somewhat boring. I was ready to put the book down but I believe that every book deserves a chance. It did get better and I was so excited for Grant and Simone to get together. However I want to know what happened to Serena!?! There was so much based on this story line and then I was left hanging. I pretty much knew how the rest of the story was going to be but I wanted vengeance for Grant!! His ex needs to pay for what she did..
gigiluvsbooks2 8 months ago
Grant Mercer is on the run from his secrets… This was supposed to be an easy assignment—travel halfway across the globe and compose the musical score for an upcoming Hollywood movie by one of the biggest production companies in Los Angeles. One and done like dozens of times before. I wasn’t supposed to have my entire life crumble around me the moment my plane took off. I wasn’t supposed to meet her. Intriguing and covered in ink, Simone enters my life like a storm, leaving only heartbreak in her wake. I should keep my distance. Hell, she should keep hers. Instead, we did the exact opposite. Simone Reynolds is mending a broken heart… Just months after finaling in one of television’s most watched singing competitions, I should be riding the high of my life. I should be celebrating starring in a musical film predicted to rock the box office. It’s hard to bask in my success when my family is suffering a loss we never saw coming. And then there’s Grant—brooding and rugged and an absolute pain in my ass as he messes with my movie. He’s as broken as I am, but the perfect harmony is only a leap of faith away. Review: The last of the sisters gets her story in this very satisfying end to the series. A very passionate and emotional romance. What starts as a job to get away from his problems at home turns into a love altering story. I loved the characters, both Simone and Grant had reasons to distrust and not want to love again. But, love creeps up and knocks them both for a loop. Then the past and even Grant try to ruin the relationship between himself and Simone. I thought the Author did a great job making this story more than what you would think by looking at the cover. There is a message woven into this wonderfully crafted romance. Sorry this is a short review, but I was trying to be spoiler free. I really enjoyed the story, plot and characters and inhaled the book in one afternoon. I am sorry to see this story/series end, but I loved the wrap-up for each of the sisters at the end of the book. 4Stars * I voluntarily read an advance reader copy of this book provided by the Author.*
NadineBookaholic 8 months ago
Simone is the youngest of the Reynolds sisters and the last to get her HEA, she's been through a lot recently and honestly finding a man to share her life is the absolute last thing on her mind. Grant Mercer, well what can I say about him....he's left his home in New Zealand to work on a Project for Ben Lawson, Simone's Brother-In-Law, but there is much more to the reason why he has left. The Exposed series shows us that things aren't always the way they meet the eye, there is much more to the story and when things are finally EXPOSED only then can come truth, healing, love, and oh so much more. I really enjoyed Simone and Grant together, they had amazing chemistry and really heated up the sheets. But it was more than that too, they had fun together, doing things on their Bucket Lists, going out on dates, working together...well you get the picture. They were constantly together and they liked being with one another so it was inevitable that their temporary arrangement would turn into something more. This has been a great series/trilogy and I am sad that this is the final book. Thank you to the author that gifted us with not only one epilogue for the book with Simone and Grant but a second for the series itself which was set five years in the future and gives us a peek into what is happening in all three of the sisters lives, it also gives a little mention to MMA star Rory Kavanagh if you have read Breaking a Legend this little tidbit will make you smile. I recommend this series to just about everyone, especially if you enjoy strong female characters that know what they want and do what needs to be done in order to get it. Happy Reading!!! **I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Readers Copy of this book**
BJsBookBlog 8 months ago
4.25 Stars We're back with the 3 Reynolds sisters. The final book is about Simone. She's the tattoed baby of the family. Her passion is music. She just came out 3rd in a TV music casting show and now she's got the lead in a Hollywood music film. Enter Grant. He's been flown in from New Zealand to compose the music. It's insta mega attraction on both sides. But Grant has a lot of ex-wife and legal bagagge. And it also won't be easy to start a new relationship while working together. So we might just do a casual one-month thing ..... WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO SIMONE & GRANT?? READ THE BOOK TO FIND OUT! ☺ ════════════════════ Well.... that was a cute little thingy! I was really excited to read Simone's story. I loved the first book and the second book was also pretty good. This third book was pretty good too. It was a cute little Hollywood Music Romance, but it was just too short. There was not enough of everything for my tastes, no developments, no chance for feelings to grow, or even start to grow. The book ends at the 90% mark and the 20% before that are just Epilogue. I love a good epilogue - and it was really good here - but it made the book even shorter than it already was. BUT - as I said before - it was a cute romance with some sexy moments and some moving and sad and exciting moments. And I really liked the epilogue for the whole series! ► SHEER was an adorable & sexy final book in this series. Run to your nearest amazon to get your own Grant with his sexy New Zealand accent! Just like with the other two books, I didn't like the cover. First of all I don't like the red and black color combination. It looks like a psychological erotica thriller. And the femme fatale look that cover girl's got going? Not Simone. Yup, she's got ink, but she's sweet and shyish and not that. Just like her sisters were not at all like those girls on the cover! I would never buy those books if I had to insta-judge them by cover in a book store!☺ And another tiny little thing, which I hope will be fixed in the final book. Time and timeline problems. So many weird times. Something was yesterday and two pages later the same something mentioned on the same day was 'days ago'. And then some other things that were weeks ago and then it was months and ... it was a bit confusing!
Lashea677 8 months ago
Wounded hearts get a chance to heal. Robinson takes the broken and makes them whole. The beauty of the Exposed series is that images can be deceiving. There's drama under the surface waiting to bubble over. It's how the people handle the fallout that makes the stories so intriguing. Sheer is the beginning of the end for an unforgettable series. As Grant and Simone find their way in the industry of bright lights and heartache, each tackles hard knocks in their personal lives and insecurities in their professional ones. The fault in our stars is that we all have flaws. It's the lessons we learn and the peace we find from working through them, that helps us become who we're meant to be. Gritty, sensitive and inspiring tale.