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Exposed by Brighton Walsh was definitely a novel that kept me on the edge of my seat, waiting for everything to just explode. I absolutely loved Riley in the first book of the series, so it was such a treat to get some of his background and see how his story would evolve in this book. Walsh has a very special talent when it comes to her writing; she always gives you enough to feed your curiosity, but never more than you need resulting in a feeling of never wanting to put the book down. “It’d only been a day, one measly day, and this heat between us had already reached a crescendo.” If there was something extraordinary and outstanding in Exposed, for me it would be in Evie. Her character spoke to me on some levels, made me sympathize for her on others, and made me overall just love her. She wasn’t afraid to sacrifice anything to keep those she cared about safe and I truly admired that. Evie did what she had to do which resulted in a courageous, independent, strong heroine who blazed her way through the novel. Though I love Riley, he honestly took a backseat for me simply because of how much I loved Evie’s character. He was protective and intuitive, everything that I love in a book boyfriend. Based on his personality in Captive, I never would have guessed at the depths that his character contained, but I was certainly happy to be proved wrong. These two shared something special and unbreakable which translated so beautifully in the pages. “If you’re gonna gamble, at least gamble with me. You know I’m not going to hurt you. You know you’re safe with me.” While I loved the storyline behind Captive, Exposed definitely took a different twist. I never felt like I was reading the same basic plot line but featuring different characters – which is what happens quite often in series that I’ve read. In some senses, it really did have the same feel as the first book but in a totally different circumstance. I appreciated being able to see the connection, yet not getting a retelling. I was kept on the edge of my seat, dying to dig further and deeper around every turn. “It feels like I can finally suck in a lungful of air instead of surviving on only shallow breaths.” Brighton Walsh is a gifted writer who I enjoy immensely. Every story is unique with characters that burrow into hearts for different reasons. Exposed is a fast-paced quick read that will have readers aching to know the full story between Riley and Evie. I found myself feeling so much in this novel, even though I really didn’t have any expectation to. I’m excited to see what it is that Walsh comes up with next because I will definitely be buying!by C at Prisoners of Print on August 11, 2015
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by on October 27, 2016
- St. Martin's Press, July 2015
St. Martin's Griffin
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