Posted by: lushbookreviews | November 3, 2010

Overexposed by Leslie Kelly

This was a great little read. I really enjoyed the characters.

“Isabella Natale is living a double life. By day she turns out desserts in the family bakery. But at night she transforms into The Crimson Rose, Chicago’s hottest exotic dancer, an enigmatic siren whose velvet mask and G-string drive men wild. Nobody knows about her secret—not even Nick Santori, the strip club’s hot new bodyguard…and her first crush. He’d always treated little “Izzy” as just another sweet kid. But there’s nothing sweet about his sizzling reaction to Rose….

So what’s a girl to do but show the man of her dreams that while it’s okay to look, it’s much better to touch?”

I loved the way Isabella was written. She was strong, independent, and family oriented. Nick being the man she has always loved has his own trials and tribulations to get passed, but Izzy is all grown up and is ready to have something more and oh boy does Nick get more then he asked for. You got the chance to know their family and friends which made it more personal for me. There is also a side story that I was quickly involved in and dying to know what happens.

I believe their will be a next book to catch you up on Izzy and Nick. Also, I’m looking forward to the next couple of stories about the side characters that were mentioned. I mean who doesn’t like happy endings?

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