by Alison Kent

December 2008
ISBN: 978-0-7582-1756-1
Reviewer Graphic Button Brava
Trade Paperback

Alison Kent has once again written a sultry, hot, erotica novel that is set in Miami. Maximum Exposure is just what the title says and than some.

Finn McLain, a private investigator, is on the job when he meets sexy Olivia Hammond. Finn has had many assignments – so nothing is strange to him. He is a very patient man and a request from Olivia makes him liquefy. Others have called him ice cool, but she can - and will - change that. Olivia has the body that stops most men and a wild side that loves to let others look. She is an exhibitionist and enjoys doing this not only for the male population of Miami but females as well. When Finn accepts the job to photograph Olivia while she is letting people look he wonders if this job turn into something more. Olivia’s friend wants her photos in his gallery and he is willing to pay well for them. What would this cost her though? Why does she act out like this? Once these two work together will there feelings become more than just a working relationship?

Roland Green has something to hide and is working for the boutique that is owned by Olivia. Roland has been working there for almost a year and he is confusing many about his own sexuality. He is acting like he is gay but in the presence of Jodi Fontaine he is giving different signals. Which is it though?

Why was Finn hired to follow Roland for a few days? Who hired him? Did Olivia have doubts about the man she has put in charge of shipping and receiving? Does Finn find anything out? How do these four people connect? Why did they connect in the first place? When the truth comes out, who could it hurt the most? Will the relationships survive the ordeal?

I loved this book. I was very hot, and Alison Kent has once again written a sexy sizzling story. This is a keeper for me! You will need to get your own, but be sure to pick it up when it hits the bookstore shelves….they won’t last long if you want my opinion.

Reviewed in November 2008 by Theresa.

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