“Exposed” is a short, erotic suspense novel. After her husband suggests a sex club where the public sex and erotica are common, Jessica explores sex with strangers in sex clubs where menage and other erotica taboos are acceptable behavior. But there is more to Jessica than just sex. As a lawyer,... show more
“Exposed” is a short, erotic suspense novel. After her husband suggests a sex club where the public sex and erotica are common, Jessica explores sex with strangers in sex clubs where menage and other erotica taboos are acceptable behavior.
But there is more to Jessica than just sex. As a lawyer, she defends in court a girl accused of importing drugs, and Jessica becomes the target of someone who wants her dead.
Eventually, the themes of this contemporary romance and sex novel come together when Jessica learns who she really is, finds her attackers and gets her revenge. “Exposed” describes how Jessica became the directing force of her own life, how she leaves condemnation behind, and separates sex and romance.
Readers have said:
“That was bloody brilliant! I like when I am pleasantly surprised by a book, but I absolutely love when I am blown away by one, and Exposed blew me away. I finished reading it yesterday, but I still can't stop thinking about it.”
“The author had an intricate combination of mystery, romance, angst and some suspense as it follows the leading lady- Jessica Love- through her life and eventually marriage.”
“There is a real story there and I'm hoping more people will give this book a chance as everything she tells you, is building up to a really good story and ending.”
“This was an AMAZING read! I absolutely loved it! It's not one of those romantic romance novels at all. Yes, there's sex, a bit of bdsm.. but for the most part it feels like a memoir. I am very surprised on how much i enjoyed it.”
In Jessica's words:
You don't think we've met? I sat next to you once at the airport, and you asked me what time it was. I hoped you wanted to strike up a conversation. We sat at tables next to each other at that coffee shop on the corner, where the atmosphere and coffee both have character.
Remember when I caught you staring at me when I came out of the courthouse? Or was it the exquisite old building where I practice law? You were embarrassed, but I didn't mind, not at all. In fact, you made me smile.
Maybe we met at one of the "special clubs" I enjoy in Seattle, or Portland, or Vancouver or San Francisco, Denver or Las Vegas. You know, clubs where clothing is optional and anything goes, with friends or with strangers. I admit I like that, but "no" always means "NO."
￼I've been told I'm arctic cold, and hot as a black sand beach in the Caribbean; I'm either indifferent, or too passionately engaged. These are labels and don't really matter to me any more. I've been called a slut, a force, a lawyer, a nymphomaniac. You decide which one was the insult if you'd like, I don't really care.
"Exposed" is about who I am and why I'm that way. I describe a few events in a story you'll think explains everything. It doesn't, but gives an idea of how I grew up, how I discovered sex, what I like about men and what I don't, how close I came to being murdered and how that led to my discovery of who I really am.
Sometimes, when explanations fail, story is all we have. And though my story may be very different from yours, you and I are very much alike in those places where we hide our desires.