*I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*
Some of the character’s relationships confused me. Take Craig and Skye, for instance. He gets in with the popular crowd, virtually ignores her for the rest of high school, and yet she’s still completely enthralled with him. Um, back up a second. Girl, if he’s not going to give you the time of day, he’s not worth it. In that respect, Skye seemed overly needy and almost stalker-ish. I was a bit confused at how he’s portrayed. Is he supposed to be a jerk or a hero? I’m guessing that’s for us to decide.
Also, while Exposure has its climactic bits, towards the end I felt like the story was dragging. There were many opportune times for an ending, but it just kept going. Don’t get me wrong- I liked where it ended, but I could have used a little more excitement.
So, while Exposure was a somewhat entertaining read, it probably won’t be all that memorable for me. The story is similar to the countless other fluffy, overused high school dramas, but can still be a fun read if not overly analyzed.
Language: Mild (some minor words scattered throughout)
Sexual: Mild (some kissing; a girl is suspected of getting pregnant)
Other: A character’s parents get divorced; the same character is somewhat disrespectful to her parents. Underage drinking.