Full Exposure
Bookreview / September 13, 2015

Full Exposure is a short novel by Amy Jo Cousins and is all about the geek meeting the celebrity and falling in love for real. This kind of story has always been a favorite of mine, but it is very hard to make it believable. I think Amy Jo really pulled it of here, the story is great and easy to read. Evan Pak is a computer geek who loves nothing more than the quiet live, going unnoticed for the most time. His brother is a somewhat famous photographer and sometimes takes Evan along to be his assistent on shoots. This also happens for a photoshoot with Riley Flood, world famous rock star and great eye candy, or at least Evan thinks so. But why would a guy like that fall for some one like Evan? The shoot is for the new album cover and they can’t seem to get it right. But a spontaneous idea ends up with Evan stripping naked and getting close and intimate with Riley. The connection between the two men is instant and undeniable. But when the shoot is over they go their own way again and whatever there was between them seems to be…