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Exposure Mass Market Paperback – 4 Feb 2008

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Product details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Zebra Books; Reprint edition (4 Feb. 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0821764039
  • ISBN-13: 978-0821764039
  • Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 2.2 x 17.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 461,702 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Mass Market Paperback
I started Ms Andersen's books with the excellent "All Shook Up" and was determined to read the rest of her work. Unfortunately I moved on to "BIY" and was utterly disappointed. However, I decided to give it one more shot with "Exposure" and I am so happy I did. This is a really good book. The heroine, the lean and beautiful Emma has a precocious and adorable little three year old that provides most of the humour and pathos, both the little girl and her mother, without too much difficulty win the heart of the steady and serious born on the wrong side of the tracks, small town cop Elvis Aaron. The intrege nicely fills in the gaps between what I have to say are some the the hottest sex scenes I have ever read(wayda go Andersen!) and all along, Ms Andersen keeps the characters solid and the situations if not totally believable definately entertaining. I am once again a fan. Nice as this, story of City girl who brings a whole lot of trouble to small town America and shakes up the respectable law enforcement agent along the way was, do also try the wonderful "Welcome to Temptation" by Jennifer Crusie.
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I first read EXPOSURE back in 1996, and ever since then it's been on my keeper shelf. For me, it's a sentimental favorite, a comfort book/hero I know practically by heart, as I usually reach for it and read it about twice a year. It has so many things I love and enjoy in romance: 1) a cop hero, 2) some suspense, 3) a woman on the run, 4) an obsessed/stalkerish baddie, and most of all, 5) a big alpha male protector. I love Sheriff Elvis Donnelly. If I could snap my fingers and make him magically appear, I would.

Elvis is that stoic alpha male, tough and controlled. He's a 6'6 reformed bad boy who also falls into that scarred and imperfect hero category. He lost part of an arm in an explosion and has an angry facial scar and a prosthesis/hook to show for it. He's definite wounded hero material. Not only does Elvis have the physical scars, he's also got deeper, less visible ones, ones that make him vulnerable, causing him to question why the heroine would want him, "as if a babe like this one would ever give an ugly sonofab*tch like him second glance anyway." We get a lot of this story from his POV, and you see just how much Elvis wants to have someone, how much he wants Emma, how much he wants it all.

Although not an 'erotic' read, the sexual tension and attraction between him and Emma is strong and bristles on the page. It's exciting and needful, and the action is more about the build-up and about Elvis jonesing for Emma. He wants her bad, and you can feel that. <"The next thing she knew, she was being yanked down to straddle his lap. His hook flashed with speed of light to clip into the back belt-loop of her jeans and the rest of the prosthesis pressed her hard against him. His right fist tangled in her hair. It gripped tight and pulled- ripping her mouth away from his.
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The story of a widowed woman and her child escaping from a dangerous older relation and falling in with a law enforcement officer who ends up protecting them is very similar to Catherine Anderson's Forever After (though I don't know which came first). The Kindle edition of this is full of spelling mistakes, odd characters instead of words, unnecessary hyphens, spaces within words and grammatical errors which make it almost impossible to read fluently - I find myself thinking 'eh - what is that supposed to be' which really prevents me from engaging with the story. Even the names of central characters who appear frequently throughout the book are sometimes spelt differently.

As someone who can't abide grammar and spelling mistakes I'm finding the book intensely irritating - it may be different if you are able to skim over sentences just to get the gist of the story but I actually read every word. I can forgive a few mistakes as this seems to be the norm in almost every Kindle book I've bought but when there are several bad mistakes on every page I find it hard to concentrate on the actual story. I'm currently about half-way through the book but am not sure if I want to finish it.
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