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Top Customer Reviews
I hope you're ready to smile, laugh out loud, and need a cool drink because this book will do all of that to you and more. I think I fell a little in love with this book before I even started it. The cover really caught my eye with it's vivid colors and then the blurb took care of the rest. There was no hardship falling in love with Adam and Solo.
Adam and Solo had so much in common; It wasn't just the pull between them. I loved how both were geeky and enjoyed similar things like Star Wars. I liked how both of them were kind and hard workers. I also really enjoyed how stubborn and determined they both were. Solo is many things but one thing she's really good at is her job and she enjoys it. I loved seeing her try to fight her attraction to Adam. It was easy to relate to her fears of starting anything with someone she had to work with especially since she'd been so hurt in the past.
Adam was a total dream. I mean he's ripped, packing, smart, and hot (but doesn't know it). He's a charmer while being honest and he's so down to earth. I loved how he was with his family. It really showed where his priorities were. I liked Adam's interactions with the other models in the house. He never let any of the other guys show him down. I even liked that he became friendly with some of them. I loved how he was patient and considerate of Solo's fears but yet set on getting past them.
As with any Meghan Quinn book there are a lot of emotions mixed with laughter. Newly Exposed was no different. I laughed a lot and there were times when my heart was in my throat. I loved how dispersed they were through out the story. There were some really emotional moments that I felt set the tone for the book. I'm really hoping Meghan turns this into a series. It's not just that I want more Adam and Solo, but because I see the potential for the other manwhore models to find significant others. Meghan did a great job at writing about the models and what goes into their every day lives. I learned quite a bit while reading this book, like the urban term blumpkin, or the fact there's something called erotic modeling that's every bit delicious as it sounds. Like I said earlier, if you're in the mood for a great read that'll make you laugh and maybe cry, Newly Exposed needs to be at the top of you're reading list.
This was my first book by Meghan Quinn and she did not disappoint. This book was a breath of fresh air. I loved the “geeky” references that not only made me smile but at times I also laughed out loud. You’ll read about everything from Star Wars, to Mahjong to Ninja Turtles, to Just – In Beaver! …. AND the Cinnamon buns, my goodness the Cinnamon buns!
Adam “Axel” is new in the male modeling world, he signed up because he needed the money, desperately – this sweet, innocent – all American good hearted boy would blush at lifting his shirt for a picture. The innocence of him alone makes you fall in love with him. HOWEVER, get Adam in the bedroom and you meet a different man:
“I leaned down and ran the tip of my nose along her jaw until I reached her ear, where I said “Clearly, I’ve been giving you the wrong impression of me then”” Hot Damn!!!!
Solo’s job is to be in charge of the models – she does not date them or trust them and for good reason. Solo, you guessed it, was named after Star Wars, by her two gay dads (oh her dads – I LOVE THEM!!!). She immediately sees that Adam is different and lends a helping hand, literally! Solo had some trust issues and growing up to do – a few times I wanted to reach into the book and strangle her, yet you couldn’t help but to love her.
One of my favorite quotes from the book:
“Isn’t this what love is? A constant battle of your heart connecting with another’s? Love isn’t easy; it’s not a walk in the park. Fight until you take you last breath, because if you don’t, you will forever regret losing the battle.”
I FLOVED this book. I loved it so much that I had to recommend it to at least two people in the middle of reading it. Adam and Solo belong together, there is absolutely no doubt in my mind that these nerdy beautiful people are meant to be. The struggles and happy moments in this book are very believable, and make you feel as though you can relate to what's happening, even if you've never experienced it before. I will warn that you should have some tissues on hand for both laughing and crying throughout the book... Like maybe 2 boxes!
There were a few things I disliked, such as how quickly Adams fame seemed to happen, like he was hired and the next day everyone in the world seemed to be in love with him. I get that it's supposed to show how quickly fame can happen, and that it was important to the plot for it to happen that way.
Another small thing was The way that the models lives were described. When they're hired, they live in this house together. Then there's mention of other models that DON'T live in the house, when I feel like I read that as soon as they have a contract, they move in to one house. It's not very clear there, but I guess it's not really important to the story either, just my own personal issue popping out.
This book is full of funny stereotypes, quick quips between the characters, and a plot I devoured from start to finish!
The characters in this book are completely loveable and intriguing. I couldn't help but to smile over their personalities that seem to come alive with Meghan's writing.
I am really not going to go into anything specific on the books or characters. I feel that the blurb and title should give you all you need to know about this book. It's funny and sweet. It will definitely keep your attention and having you love Meghan Quinn, if you didn't already!