Intimate Exposure

  • by Portia Da Costa
  • Narrated by Lola Holiday
  • 5 hrs and 2 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From the moment Red Webster arrived at executive Vicki Renard's firm, sparks flew between them. The photographer is supposed to create a company profile for its new owner, but he spends most of his time flirting with her. His sexy teasing infuriates Vicki... and piques a desire to submit to him. His hypnotic eyes promise what she's been secretly craving: a sexually dominant master, like the ones in her favorite erotic novels.
Investigating his new business incognito, billionaire F. W. Shanley - aka Red - is turned on by Vicki's fiery personality and undeniable beauty. When he discovers her reading a BDSM novel on her e-reader, he knows he's found a woman who shares his desires and promises to be a challenging submissive.
When Red arranges a weekend at a secluded hotel, Vicki agrees to indulge in no-strings-attached erotic fun. But can she commit to this kind of life with Red when he realizes they can have so much more?


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Customer Reviews

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Not sure where the title came from...

I listen / read a lot of books in this category. I thought this book was slow, boring, predictable and not very erotic. The narrator voice sounds computer generated and I found it hard to listen to. I probably shouldn't be writing a review on this because I couldn't listen through the whole book, so maybe it got better somewhere, sometime.
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- Amazon Customer

Fell a little short....

Like I said, the story is good, but there were times that the chemistry between Vicki and Red just didn't seem to be there. There was also a BDSM scene that seemed just a little too close to the edge of abuse for my comfort level, especially when Vicki was still smarting from it a few days later. That just doesn't seem right to me, but that is a personal thing.

I liked how Red maneuvered Vicki into his lifestyle. The hotel was an interesting surprise...very intriguing. I liked the fact that Red came into the company undercover as a photographer. I liked the hints about Vicki being unsatisfied at the company...and actually wished that had been pursued a bit more.

I don't feel like reading this book was a waste of my time, but it won't be going onto my re-read pile. It was entertaining enough, just not amazing.
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- Lia

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-06-2012
  • Publisher: Carina Press