Top positive review
30 people found this helpful
Exposure is a great romantic suspense!
on December 20, 1999
On the run from her past, Emma and daughter Gracie, stop in Port Flannery, Washington. Emma meets Sheriff Elvis Donnelly. The attraction between physically-flawed Elvis, and practically-perfect Emma is what makes this book so good. Emma's a truly strong heroine; and, Elvis is less confident in himself, than most heros in the romantic suspense genre.
When Emma's past catches up with her, Elvis becomes Emma's and Gracie's protector. Little surprizes occur, that keep the suspense and action moving.
This is an excellent book. And while not as dark as Ms. Andersen's earliest books (Obsession, Present Danger, Shadow Dance), it's nothing like either of her "Baby" books. Humor is very subtle.