Sunday, January 27, 2013

Exposed To You by Beth Kery

Exposed to YouExposed to You by Beth Kery
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Joy doesn't know what came over her when it came to the irresistible pull she felt towards a model she was painting a body tattoo on. What transpires is an erotic moment with the potential for something more, but a misinterpreted meeting ends up with both frustrated and feeling empty, they are left with only the memory of the intimate moment they shared.

Months later Hollywood star Everett Hughes walks into a coffee shop and sees Joy. He wants answers and his dominant personalty intends to get them. Joy had no clue the man she shared that moment with was Everett, now that both have a second chance she begrudgingly agrees to a date. Joy's insecurities about her life have her wondering what he will do when he finds out about her life, not wanting to explore the pain of losing him she knows she will have to let him go. Everett, however, has no intentions of leaving Joy and comes up with an erotic and intense plan to break down her carefully guarded walls.

I could kick myself for not picking this up sooner, what a wonderful story. I was completely enthralled with both Everett and Joy. You want Joy to open up to Everett and she does, even though at times she is scared about the emotions he manages to draw out of her. Everett is intense, dynamic, and easily one of my favorite characters. Would reread this again in a heartbeat, excellent read.

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