Saturday, June 28, 2014

Review for: Full Exposure by Tracy Wolff


Available now in Trade Paperback and E-book


Sex and suspense steam up the sultry bayou in a bold debut from a sizzling new voice in erotic fiction.
Closing herself off from a traumatic past, photographer Serena Macafee likes sex with no strings attached? no commitment, just pure pleasure. Her new subject, sculptor Kevin Riley, is the perfect man to fulfill her hottest fantasies. Where better than the torrid wetlands of Baton Rouge where Riley works?and plays? But as their sessions heat up, so do Serena?s intimate feelings for Kevin. And as her guard breaks down, her fears are aroused.

She?s opening herself up to emotions she never wanted, and making herself vulnerable to a past she thought she?d escaped. One that has followed her to the sweltering Southern bayou, exposing her to the twisted fantasies of someone in the shadows, and to dangers beyond her control.

My Review:

I am always attracted to books set in Louisiana, no matter what the genre. This is an erotic romantic suspense story set in the bayous near Baton Rouge and is about a photographer named Serena Macafee and a sculptural artist, Kevin Riley. Can you say, steamy?
     When she was sixteen, Serena's twin was murdered by her rich boyfriend and Serena was injured in the attack as well. This murder tore her family apart and Serena has built walls around her heart and focuses on her career and a few no strings affairs. Her agent wants her to do a book on another of his client's, Riley, and suggests that she stay at Riley's home out in the bayou.
     It turns out to be a good decision, especially since Serena is now receiving phone threats and discovers that the wealthy boyfriend that murdered her sister will be getting out on parole. At first, Riley and Serena run hot and cold and dance around each other, both colored by their individual pasts. But, their chemistry is hot, and they can't deny their passion for each other.
     There is a good amount of suspense with just a few suspects and this story is mostly about the couple. There are a lot of hot, well-written sex scenes, and even I wondered though if a stalker was after me...       Sometimes Serena can be off-putting by how she acts and some of the decisions she makes. But we as readers can only wonder how we ourselves would react if something horrific like this happened in our own lives. And that makes Serena very human, flaws and all. She is strong and independent and vulnerable. Riley is there for and together they could find the one person to make them whole again. All in all, I enjoyed this sexy story.

I received a copy of this book from NetGalley for an honest review

  • Publisher: Trade Paperback- NAL Trade; First Edition edition (January 6, 2009)
  • Publisher: E-book- Loveswept (October 28, 2013)

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  1. I found out it came out in trade back in 09. Sure enough, I have it, but never read it. It was pretty good. The pubs are celebrating the ebook release.