Series: Hands On #3
Published by Entangled: Scorched on September 5th 2016
Genres: Adult, Contemporary Romance, Erotica, Novella
Full Exposure is the finale of a three-part erotic series from New York Times and USA best-selling author Cathryn Fox.
I’ve just had the best two weeks of my life! Who’d have guessed that a big part of my rehab would involve giving a gorgeous psychologist private lessons in sex? The problem? I’m hooked. I want more and that wasn’t part of the deal. But I have a job to go back to, and she’s already pushing me away. So what the hell am I going to do? Still, as a quarterback, I know some things need a playbook and I’m used to winning. So before I walk away from this incredible thing between us, I’m going to use every strategy I know to convince her that the only hands she needs are mine…
This is the last of a three-part series full of mind-blowing sex, featuring a dirty-mouthed football player who knows the score and an inexperienced therapist who needs to learn it. Make sure you have the full series!
The Hands On serial is best enjoyed in order.Reading Order:Book #1 Hands OnBook #2 Body ContactBook #3 Full Exposure
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
“If I didn’t have so many other things I wanted to do to you, I would spend the whole night just looking at you.”
What a conclusion! Full Exposure has gone all the way. I think the titles for each installment was perfect. Danielle finally had her Jack Rider full exposure. *wink wink*
Two weeks have passed, and Danielle Lang is a learned woman. Jack was the perfect teacher; he’s taught her the whole syllabus and then some. The two have an intense connection and that palpable attraction maybe even dating back to their high school days. But here, we see that the connection does not end in sex. They’re actually more compatible than they’ve thought, and they fear they might be falling for each other.
Jack still has to worry about recuperating. He fully intends to go back to his career, and he knows he should stay away from distractions, but he can’t help but think about Danielle. Jack has never had a connection this intense before, and he’s not sure if he’ll ever encounter someone like her again.
Danielle also has to worry about the house she’s eyeing for her future work office/home. Another party has expressed interest, and she’s not sure she’ll have enough time to save money for the place.
There was no big revelation about Danielle’s past; just a few tidbits here and there. The story does not have much angst other than the “I’m having feelings for him/her but is it worth it?” kind.
The ending was a bit predictable and a little fast-paced, but it was romantic, sweet, and lovely if you’re into grand gestures. I was hoping for a more realistic ending, but oh well. Danielle has always wanted a family like Jack’s, and now she finally does.
Now, I really want to read about Jack’s brothers. They seem like the sexually adventurous type as Jack.
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