Review: Exposure by Annie Jocoby

  • Title: Exposure
  • Author: Annie Jocoby
  • Genre: Romance
  • Release date: Feb 11, 2015

Blurb: Photographer CJ Parker is a woman who has literally not gone outside for the past six months. She’s been hiding from the world, and from life, ever since an unimaginable tragedy forced her into seclusion.  

On the one day where she decides to finally venture outside, she meets the mysterious billionaire, Asher Sloane. Dark-headed, magnetic, and gorgeous, Asher drips sex and animal magnetism. He draws CJ out of her shell and into the world, while showing her things that she never knew existed.  

What CJ doesn’t know is that Asher has a dangerous past. Behind his beautiful blue eyes and confident demeanor lies dark secrets that, if they are brought to light, could mean the end of CJ and Asher’s relationship.  

Will the exposure of Asher’s past destroy them?

Review: Sadly this was one of those stories where nothing was working for me. And I do mean nothing. I found CJ annoying and Asher cringe-worthy at times. Part of their scenes actually made me feel uncomfortable reading (and not because they are a bit hardcore, which they are). I would definitely not recommend this book, even in spite of the cringe-worthy scenes, to people who don’t enjoy erotica.

I hope to read another book by Annie Jocoby soon books to be able to really judge her writing ability – I really think this book simply didn’t connect with me.

Rating: ♥

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An ARC was provided by the publisher in exchange of an honest review


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