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Newly Exposed by [Quinn, Meghan]
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Adam James is a corn-fed, Nebraska raised, piece of man meat with a chiseled body and baby face. He is in desperate need of a paycheck and will do just about anything to get one, including stripping down to his skivvies and lathering up in baby oil.

Solo Cohan is a quirky hipster with a strong work ethic,raised by two gay dads who are head over heels in love with Harrison Ford and Star Wars, hence the name, Solo. She works for Teeg Model Management, the same modeling agency that decides to book Adam as their next up and coming model. Sparks ignite between her and Adam the minute her baby oil soaked hand connects with his practically naked body.

Even though Solo can't stop thinking about Adam during photo shoots, she quickly and awkwardly, shows Adam her distaste for male models and her inability to engage romantically with them. Adam is captivated by her nerdy talk and peculiar tendencies and sets out to make it his mission to turn the Star Wars loving hipster to the dark side, where mingling with models is widely arousing.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 823 KB
  • Print Length: 358 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1515234177
  • Publisher: Hot-Lanta Publishing, LLC (16 August 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0140BXS62
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #40,745 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable but not my favorite by Meghan Quinn 5 September 2015
By Ashlee @ Night Owl Reads - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
** Blogger Note: I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.**

When Adam walks into an audition at a modeling agency in the desperate search to find a job, he feels out of place being surrounded by all these other guys who for some of them, this is their dream job.

When Adam’s path crosses Solo, one of the girls who works for Teeg Model Management, sparks fly when Adam finds himself being rubbed down in baby oil by Solo. They instantly connect, finding out they have so much in common… Star Wars being the major common attraction, hence Solo’s name.

When Adam finds out he got the job, he signs a contract and moves into a house on the Hills with the other man models of the company. But Adam still finds himself out of his comfort zone, not ever thinking this would be the thing he’d be doing but it pays well and he seriously needs the money. Adam’s connection with Solo remains and he seeks comfort at the house from Solo.

When things get serious, Adam and Solo find themselves in a situation they never thought would happen. Secrets come out, trust gets broken and all hell breaks loose.

This is the second book I have read by Meghan Quinn. I previously read The Virgin Romance Novelist earlier in the summer. Newly Exposed is on opposite lines of the spectrum than The Virgin Romance Novelist. Solo is a hardcore Star Wars fangirl. Being raised by two gay days, who named her after their hero Hans Solo. When Adam meets Solo, she is like his dream come true, being a HUGE Star Wars fan himself. When they are together their inner nerds come out, which they can act like that with very few people, so to them it is refreshing, giving them that instant connection.
Solo steals Adam’s heart in a whirlwind! He finds himself falling for this quirky hipster girl fast and hard.

I did enjoy this story but I did have a few problems. Adam starts the book out being this young nerdy and a bit corny guy to being this HUGE sex symbol. His character takes a quick 180, his feelings for Solo never differ but he goes from being this big nerd to being the new face of Teeg Model Management and it puts a kink in his and Solo’s relationship and not because of Adam.

The ending left too many open questions for my liking. I feel like the ending was rushed and it closed out so fast that I still had questions. I don’t know if there is going to be a second book and if this is going to be a series but I have so many questions that were left unanswered, which made me drop my rating.

Meghan Quinn has a way of letting the tension build up nice and slow to the point where you feel the tension almost just as much as the characters you are reading about. I felt the same why when I read The Virgin Romance Novelist.

** 3 Night Owls **
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars the reason will only make you love Adam a little bit more 6 August 2015
By LadyBalls - Published on
What a solid, solid book in every aspect. Definately a must read people!

Adam, the main character is from Nebraska and might be the sweetest thing ever. He is innocent and comes from a small town and has small town ideals. Never in a million years did he think he would find himself getting half naked and oiled down to be photographed by one of the top male modeling agencies out there!

Let me back up a bit...Adam is in need of money and fast. While I dont want to tell you why, the reason will only make you love Adam a little bit more...and love him you will! While being employed at the agency he is rooming with other male models in a huge house and the banter and teasing between them all is hilarious. (Pssst...Meghan, please write about some of these guys too!)

On his first day at the agency he meets Solo...she basically is the owner Zia's right hand "man" and Adam is immediately drawn to her.

Only Solo has had a dip in the model pool and had her heart broken and has made a pact with herself to never ever date a male model again.....until now.

Solo is equally attracted to Adam. Not just because he is hot as hell but because he might be one of the sweetest and corniest guys she has ever met. I loved, loved the chemistry between them, the huge thing they have in common and the one liners and quick wit as well. The bedroom scenes are hot, hot, hot!

While Adams reason for needing money comes to light, Solo falls even harder for him and their relationship takes off. Of course in any good love story this is usually where things blow up and fall apart and you wonder if they will make it...Will Adams new found success break them apart? Will it go to his head and leave Solo heartbroken again? Can they rise up above it all and come out on top? How does Adams reason for needing money play into this? Well, I guess you will have to read and find out!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars …while I found the romance really cute (adorable even!), it got a bit boring at time... 26 August 2015
By Under The Covers Book Blog - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Reviewed by Francesca and posted at Under The Covers Book Blog
When I first saw that this would be a book centered around a male model (and maybe cover models) I was both intrigued and weary. I guess being around the book world long enough and seeing these models in real life and talking to them, you get disappointed at the majority of them. I was dreading a meat head. But rest assured! That is not what this is about!!! In fact, Adam is the models’ anti-model. He’s down to earth, smart, funny, sexy, hot and geeky! He’s resorted to modeling because he just needs the cash. And there’s a good reason he does.

His one ally in this crazy world, where he goes to live at the “model” house sort of like a reality show but just not on TV, is Solo. She’s one of the girls that keeps the photographer’s life running and manages the model’s schedules. Sometimes assists at shoots. And she’s Adam’s geeky other half. Their connection is instant and I honestly loved their easy banter and quick chemistry. They are just too sweet together!

But while I found the romance really cute (adorable even!), it got a bit boring at times and I couldn’t wrap my brain around some of the more serious subjects that we are trying to deal with as well. How can we be battling a life threatening moment, and the next we are talking about his dating life like nothing happened? That took some away from the serious aspects of the story and I sort of discarded the feels that I should’ve had for that.

Even though this is not reality TV, it sort of reads like one. So if you are into those reads (and I have been in the past) then you’ll enjoy this one! I wish there would’ve been a bit better conflict between the characters, and a bit more depth to the story, but it’s a cute read with really likeable characters. I wouldn’t mind reading more about some of them!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Previously I read The Virgin Romance Novelist and I absolutely loved it. It was hilarious and after reading the ... 21 August 2015
By Christi Carlson - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the second book I’ve read of Meghan Quinn’s. Previously I read The Virgin Romance Novelist and I absolutely loved it. It was hilarious and after reading the synopsis for Newly Exposed I believed her latest book would be too. When I starting cracking up in the first chapter, I thought I’d be laughing throughout, although it wasn’t as funny as I thought it would be it was still funny. Meghan Quinn definitely knows her comedy.

Adam James needs a job NOW! His mom is on partial life support as she waits for a new heart and the bills have been stacking up. If he doesn’t start making payments in the next two weeks, she’s going to have to be moved out of the hospital. Adam quickly learned that he would have to compromise a lot for his new job as a model at Teeg, but he would do anything for his mom.

Adam, newly named Axel for the modeling world was easy to fall for. He was a charmer, had great manners, sweet, and would easily show off his geeky side. He didn’t fall into what all the other models were doing just to fit in. I liked that Adam had no problem being himself and even liked his corniness.

He was sweet, funny, and damn it, he liked Star Wars.

Solo Cohan is a hipster who doesn’t mind what other’s think of her and works at Teeg modeling agency and is their social media queen. She seems to almost everything there. She definitely has her own sense of style and is carefree. Her only rule is not to date models.

After meeting Adam, Solo knew that it wouldn’t take long before Adam would worm his way into her heart. She had seen what fame had done to the one model she had previously dated and it definitely didn’t help that she knew that once pictures of Adam started to work their way through social media and publications, every woman would want him. Even her own boss. Would Solo be able to get over her trust issues with men and give Adam a fighting chance?

I have to say that for most of the book I was worried about what would happen when Adam became famous and women would be all over him. Plus, Zia (Solo’s boss and photographer) had her sight set on Adam. Being so worried about the fall out of what I knew would inevitably happen made reading Solo and Adam’s story less pleasurable. They fell for each other quickly and I wish there was more story between them. The banter in the story was well written and fun and I wanted more of it. Also, it seems that once they did have sex that was all they thought or did when together. It’s probably because I just came off of a Kristen Ashley marathon and the sex scenes between the two are night and day.

My advice for reading Newly Exposed is don’t worry about the drama of Adam (Alex) becoming famous. Not that you will, but I do think my worry did impact my reading and trust me you will fall for Adam just as fast or faster than Solo did. It’s oh so easy and he’s such a sweetheart.

The epilogue was sorely disappointing for me. It didn’t really tell us how far in the future it was, but it didn’t seem to be very far. I understand that I can be picky with my epilogues, but I want to know they are getting married or had the 2.5 kids. LOL. We get none of that and as a standalone I need a good final ending. If my words scared you don’t be worried Adam and Solo do get their happily ever after.

** I was provided an arc for a fair and honest review. **
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Meghan does it again 18 September 2015
By Lisa M. - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
oved it!!! This book was so cute and silly and just awesome in that Meghan Quinn kind of way. And if you don't know who Ms. Quinn is check out my review of The Virgin Romance Novelist and yes it is still number 3 in my top 5 favorite books of 2015!!
Anyway, I love Adam. He is just a sweet, sexy, big ****, corn-fed hottie from Nebraska. He is so lovable that you fall for him immediately. I loved his quirkiness and his compassion. His reason for needing the quick money will make you elevate his book boyfriend status.He stays true to himself and that I love the most.

Solo (awesome name) is super cute but super insecure, however, she has the BEST. JOB. EVER. She gets to be in charge of hot male models and grease them up with baby oil. Um...are they hiring! I loved so many things about this character but what I love the most is a "spoiler" so you'll have to figure it out on your own.

Characters aside lets talk about the was pretty good. The chemistry between the main characters was hot and the build up to sexy time was fantastically done in that Meghan Quinn way. It had a small identity crisis at times but it doesn't take too much away from the story. The serious aspect of the story was yet wasn't needed. I found myself skimming during these parts as I didn't really like how they fit in the story. What I did start to wonder during my reading was how much of what Solo did for a living is how it really works in the male modeling industry. With the recent blow up of Male Models such as Nick Bateman, Brock O'hurn etc. I wonder how close to "real" this Top Model-esque details of this book really is. So I will give this book 4 stars and say it is ok to add this to the TBR list

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