Saturday, July 13, 2013

Title: Exposure
Series: East Park, #1
Author: Iris Blaire
Rating: 3 Shooting Stars

She’s the sexiest secret at East Park University.

Rylan Willow is the top model for East Park Exposed, the university’s underground and insanely successful erotic magazine. 

Her friends know her as Evan Cosette, a biochemistry major with a flawless GPA.

East Park Exposed has kept Evan’s tuition paid. All she has to do is keep up the naïve school-girl disguise when she’s on campus and her secret is safe, her two worlds separate.

Until Dallas.

When the magazine runs a co-ed shoot to broaden readership, Evan’s partner is a gorgeous and disgustingly brilliant grad student. Evan doesn’t know how much of Dallas Whitley she’ll be able to handle, especially when he wants to study with her outside the studio. She promises herself that she can just be friends with Dallas. He has a girlfriend, after all. And Evan needs to focus. 

She can’t when the co-ed printing brings sales through the roof.

She can’t when her photographer wants to crank the heat for the next issue. 

Every steamy shoot leaves Evan gasping for breath, her true feelings for Dallas clouded by their camera-charade. But the more time she spends with him in the real world, the more she risks someone finding out the truth about her. 

She needs to decide.

Who gets Dallas—Rylan, or Evan?

This story is about Rylan/Evan being a college student half the time, and a sex model the other time. She tries to keep her job a secret from everyone in her life including the people she goes to school with. 

But things change when one of her peers from school starts modeling with her. That's not the only issue though he's also beautiful and has a girlfriend. So it makes Rylan feel pretty crappy having to pose with him, and getting strange feelings for him. 

This book has a good story line. I just couldn't get into Dallas' character. I really thought he was frustrating most of the time, unless he was doing a shoot then I thought he was awesome. The overall book is just okay. Dallas really bothered me. But it ended good, no cliffhanger, and I was happy with the results so overall it was an okay read for a short book. 

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