Thursday, September 4, 2014

Review: Overexposed by Noelle Adams

Title: Overexposed
Author: Noelle Adams
Published: May 30th 2014
Source: Copy given by author for honest review
Genre: New Adult Contemporary
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Caution: May contain spoilers
For five years, Leah has been known as the fame whore who screwed Kevin Grayson, son of Hollywood royalty, as a step up the ladder to stardom and then maliciously exposed footage of their most intimate moments to the world. Only Leah knows Kevin is the guilty one, using the public sympathy to advance his career and breaking her heart in the process.

Leah isn’t na├»ve anymore. She’s given up on romance, and she’ll do whatever necessary to prove she hasn’t been defeated. So when she needs another shot of notoriety to ensure the success of her new restaurant, at the same time Kevin needs some PR help of his own, she agrees to a crazy plan.

She can fake a two-week romantic vacation with Kevin, pretending to rekindle their relationship for the eyes of the world. And she can resist Kevin’s breathtaking sexiness, even in such close quarters. And she absolutely won’t fall for any of his lies.

My Thoughts:

I don't think it's possible to pick up one of these books without falling for the story and the characters. It's like, seriously, every single time I fall. With these two, you can't help yourself.

Leah and Kevin both don't trust each other because they think that the other one was responsible for leaking a sex tape. Years later, they're pulling this crazy stunt--pretending to be together again to fool the world. Of course, they can't pretend to be together without some steamy public kisses. And they certainly can't pretend they don't enjoy the kisses... because they do. Pretty soon, Kevin is convinced that Leah couldn't be responsible for what he accused her of and he's determined to find out who really did it. Through it all, they learn more about the truth and each other.

Overexposed is another gem of a story! The connection between Leah and Kevin was undeniable, they just had to leap over the mistakes of the past to reach it again. I liked how it was told from the past to the present in alternating chapters, giving us a taste of how their relationship began, and what was happening now. Noelle Adams never ceases to bring a lovely story to the printed page.

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