Full Exposure by Tracy Wolff

Full Exposure

Summary:

Desperate to leave a traumatic past behind, photographer Serena Macafee prefers sex with no strings attached—no commitment, just pure pleasure. Her new subject, sculptor Kevin Riley, seems like the perfect man to fulfill her hottest fantasies. And where better than the torrid wetlands of Baton Rouge, where Kevin works—and plays? But as their sessions heat up, so do Serena’s feelings for Kevin.

As she opens herself up to emotions she never wanted, Serena leaves herself vulnerable to everything she thought she’d escaped. As her guard breaks down, her fears are aroused. Something has followed her to the sweltering southern bayou, exposing her to the twisted fantasies of someone in the shadows—and to dangers beyond her wildest dreams.

Review:

After having read another book by Tracy Wolff I couldn’t help but form a kind of preference. Where Tie Me Down caught my attention right away and really held my attention I found that this one dragged but slightly. It wasn’t as fast paced and I had to put it down a couple of time. Also the main character grated my nerves after a while. Serena is a professional photographer who is doing a photo essay on a hot up and coming artist Kevin. Serena has gone through a lot in her life, her twin was brutally murdered ten years before and she was there when it happened. I understand being affected by something but they way she reacted to things just really drove me crazy.

If you like suspense/ thriller books I’d say give it a chance but seeing as how I’m just getting into the genre I wasn’t too impressed with it. It was just okay.

Rating: 3/5 Stars

Disclaimer…I received this book for review from Netgalley

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