Friday, April 20, 2018

Dangerously Exposed by Angela Evans

Title: Dangerously Exposed
Author: Angela Evans
My Rating: B

Genre: Romantic Suspense
Series: Barefoot Bay Kindle Worlds 
Main Characters: Mari and Brett
Release Date: April 2018
Publisher: Kindle Worlds
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Sexual Intensity: hot

Story Overview:

Mari Reynolds sees the world through the filter of her camera’s lens. Working as a high fashion photographer she’s built her career on not giving in to the fashion industry’s demands of creating unattainable images of beauty. When Mari finds herself at the center of a scandal around her photos she seeks refuge in Barefoot Bay. A lifetime of building a career she’s proud of is threatened and she doesn’t know by who or why. While hiding out and hoping the storm blows over she finds herself drawn to a sexy stranger and for the first time, she doesn’t long to hide behind the safety of her camera.

Brett Williams, former Army Ranger, makes a living by never missing a detail so he can keep his high-profile security clients safe. That skill honed over years in the military and years in the security business is what alerted him to Mari standing on the beach, hiding behind her camera studying him through her telephoto lens. That keen attention to every detail is why he’s determined to find out what’s troubling Mari and keep her safe. 

Mari has spent a lifetime keeping the world and any potential relationships at lens-length, using her camera as a buffer between her and the world. Brett finds himself suddenly beginning to crave the family roots that he sees forming all around him, but when things get hot will he be able to choose Mari over the loyalty he feels to a fellow Army Ranger on the wrong side of the law?
My Review:
I like these little kindle world novellas. They provide a good dose of romantic suspense and romance...just enough to give a nice taste. Although they are small, they give a full story. 

In this one, Mari is running from some sort of scandal to do with her photography business. She's run to Barefoot Bay. Paradise is a pretty good escape. There she meets Brett, a security guard who just so happens to have the credentials and friends to get to the core of her problem, something she hasn't been able to do on her own. 

It was a quick, entertaining little read and the setting definitely makes for some great scenery for the reader's imagination...Brett swimming laps in the ocean? Oh yeah. I'd take photos too.

The story moves fast and as a result, there are some convenient timing situations that could only work in a fictional world, but overall this book provided me with a great couple of hours entertainment and I was happy to have read it. 

I definitely recommend it.

I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for an honest review.

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