Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Exposure: Annie Jocoby

**Copy provided by author via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.**

I really don't even know what I just read. The blurb for this one sounded good, but the book was just...not.

All the weird twists, with Sophie in the background, and Asher being way too secret but then paying for everything for CJ. It was too unbelievable. Asher offered her everything she could ever want on a silver platter and was still a dick about it. CJ was a bit snobbish, when she had no right to be. And then she took advantage of what Asher gave her and was still snobby about it.

I'm glad CJ finally got the help she needed, and that she was able to share her story about her little brother...but the book seemed to turn into a self-help book at that point.

Learning about Asher's past just had me shaking my head. I mean REALLY?! Did we need to take it that far?

No. Nope. No.

CJ's roommate was a much more interesting character. She continually forgave CJ and was always there to help her with whatever she needed with her agoraphobia and even help getting a job. If I were her, I wouldn't have been able to forgive CJ quite so easily for everything she put her through.

The cliffhanger was a killer, but still not enough to make me want to read the next one.

I liked the original plot, but the book just kept getting more and more unreal and ridiculous as it progressed.

I hope the rest of you like it more than I did. Good luck and happy reading!

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