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Exposure ~ Kelly Moran

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I received this ARC for an honest review… and I’m so glad I did!

I have read a couple of Ms. Moran’s books and I loved them. This one is no exception. It is one of her more steamier books, so be prepared!

Raven and Noah have been friends for years so naturally there should be some type of chemistry between them… and boy was there! The love scenes were very well written. Some authors should take notice of how to write a STEAMY love scene (no names will be mentioned…)! Were there a lot of love/sex scenes? Of course, but they were tastefully done and highly sensual instead of vulgar. There were tender moments between the two of them and moments between Noah and his family that Raven sees a different person than the public… and it helped show the development of their relationship.

Ms. Moran painted a beautifully vivid picture of the Alaskan territory and developed each character quite well. You wonder why Raven and Noah are the way they are, but as the book goes on… you understand. The storyline of the two was brilliant. There was mutual respect and admiration… now throw in suspense and dire situations, you have yourself a great book!


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Bearing It All ~ Vonnie Davis

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I know it’s been a WHILE since I’ve posted a review and I am so sorry for that and I appreciate everyone who stuck with me! I been promoted at work and I’ve had a LOT to learn! It’s exciting and overwhelming all at the same time! To take my mind off of work, I had this delectable book! This is the finale of such a great series!!!! I’m sad to see the end, but so glad to have read this!

This story is about the middle child, Ronan. In the second story (see review here!), Ronan told Effie the only way he’ll find a woman would be if she fell from the sky and knocked him on his ass… And Anisa does just that! Anisa is on the run from the CIA and her French government. She is being set up as the mole inside this government agency and is desperate to clear her name. In the process, she reconnects with Ronan, who interned for her grandfather several years ago and it created the man we know today.

This book for me was a page turner! There’s humor, romance, espionage, and did I mention a few HILARIOUS moments with Magnus/Brother Bear?! Good times to be had! It was great to watch the growth of all characters throughout the entire series. Ms. Davis captures your imagination extremely well taking you from the majestic Highlands to the modern, busy streets of Paris, France. This is a series I can read over and over again and feel like I will notice something different every time!