Released: June 25, 2014
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Yellow Dog
Reviewed by Lena
On the flap: For Audrey her body is her worst enemy. For Graham it’s his biggest temptation.
With his assistance she must embark on a journey to conquer her fears by allowing herself to discover feelings of pleasure, the power of her body and the thrill of sex.
With each revelation they sink deeper into one another, merging into the other’s lives in and outside their protective bubble.
There’s only one goal. One objective and together they’ll break new ground, layer by layer, until Audrey’s exposed.
Audrey is a relatable character. She is sassy, smart mouthed and witty. During her therapy sessions, she is paired with Graham, a grad student with the magic touch. His vast experience with women has made him a perfect yin to her yang when it comes to these therapy sessions. He is able to make her feel at ease, to know what she needs before she does. It was interesting to see where there relationship went as the sessions went along. You wanted to see them succeed. At times in the story, I wondered if Dr. Markson was treating both Graham and Audrey. Audrey for her anxiety; Graham for his willingness to have many sexual partners without forming any real attachments.
This story takes you from the therapy sessions to what happens next; leaving the reader feeling completed. If you are looking for a quick fun read on an interesting subject matter, then Audrey Exposed is it.
Rating: 5 Bonbons
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You can always find me with my nose in my Kindle reading a romance novel starring a tough talking, hard loving alpha male and sassy heroine. For the past six years reading has been my addiction. I am always up for a good read and am excited when I get any suggestions. My other loves are working out and spending time with my hubs, family and friends.