Review: Fully Exposed by Tara Tennyson

Fully Exposed by Tara Tennyson
Release Date: September 18, 2013
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave Publishing Inc.
Pages: 122
Source: book provided by the publisher for review

 

 

When event planner Jade Hamilton meets Caspar Jones at a reception for his erotic art, he immediately asks to shoot her. But Jade isn’t a celebrity or a model. So why has the charismatic photographer set his sights on her?

As Caspar pursues her, Jade can’t ignore the blistering-hot chemistry between them. Under his expert direction, she discovers how the pleasures of both watching and being watched make hot sex sizzle even more.

Jade loves the exhibitionist streak Caspar brings out in her. But she’s not the only one lusting after the handsome photographer. After starlet Brianna Everest discovers they’re involved, she sends Jade some erotic art of her own—starring Caspar. Is he just a playboy, or is the starlet not the innocent she seems? Jade certainly intends to find out.

 

Review:  Fully Exposed by Tara Tennyson is not part of a series but I do hope we get to see these characters again in the future. I chose this book because after reading the summary I wondered how this was going to turn out.

Jade Hamilton is the owner of an event planner business. When several waitresses call in sick, Jade jumps in to help. Jade is hard working and not looking someone. However when Caspar wants to take her picture she is intrigued. But Jade seems to want to protect herself from those around her.

Caspar Jones is an erotic art photographer who has his sights set on Jade. Caspar is portrayed as a typical artist who is oblivious to those around him. I do wish we got a better picture of Caspar because I get the feeling that he has a big heart.

The chemistry between the characters and the sex scenes were blistering. I can see Caspar and Jade being a good match for each other. I found this book well written with interesting and engaging characters. I liked that while this book started off fairly typical it turned out anything but. Overall, this was a good story.

 

Victoria