Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Wicked Exposure by Katana Collins Review

WICKED EXPOSURE has suspense with enough twists and turns to keep me engaged throughout the story but somehow I felt that I missed something once I got to the end.There is a huge and unexpected cliffhanger at the end that felt extremely abrupt. As I got closer to the end I saw the writing on the wall and knew that I wouldn't get a conclusion but I wasn't expecting for it to end as abruptly as it did. The ending was really jarring. There were also a few problems with the overall story for me. There were things mentioned but not fully delved into, characters that seemed to be important but not fully developed enough for my taste. I'm not quite sure who will end up being more important to Jess; Sam or Dane. Overall a good read just one that I did not get a conclusion to. 

Happy Reading!

**I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.**

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Nothing left to hide. . .

A forensic photographer with the NYPD, Jessica is devastated to receive word of her sister's death in a robbery gone awry. But when she arrives home in Portland and the local PD asks her to take pictures, she finds more than she bargained for. With each new photo she exposes more of her sister's secret erotic life. And when she shares her discoveries with Sam, the super sexy local detective, she experiences passion she never knew possible. But Jessica soon learns she's merely a pawn in a deadly game of betrayal and revenge and begins to wonder if her next picture could be her last. . . 

About the Author

Katana Collins splits her time evenly between photographing boudoir portraits and writing steam-your-glasses romances. In addition to navigating life as a small business owner, a first-time homeowner, and a newlywed, she is the author of the Soul Stripper trilogy and the graphic novel Cafe Racer, co-written with her husband Sean Murphy. She and her comic book artist husband commute back and forth as they please between Brooklyn and Portland, Maine, with their ever-growing family of rescue animals. She can usually be found hunched over her laptop in a cafe, guzzling gallons of coffee, and wearing fabulous (albeit sometimes impractical) shoes. Visit her on the web at katanacollins.com

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