Free Read Midnight Exposure - by Melinda Leigh, Midnight Exposure, Melinda Leigh, Midnight Exposure The first suspenseful thriller in the Midnight series from Wall Street Journal bestselling author Melinda Leigh When two hikers disappear from their hometown in Maine everyone blames the blinding storms But the truth is far sinister Unaware of the danger tabloid photographer Jayne Sullivan follows an anonymous tip to find the most reclusive sculptor in the art world Inst, Free Read Midnight Exposure - by Melinda Leigh - Midnight Exposure, Midnight Exposure The first suspenseful thriller in the Midnight series from Wall Street Journal bestselling author Melinda Leigh When two hikers disappear from their hometown in Maine everyone blames the blind

  • Publisher‏:‎ Montlake Romance (August 21, 2012)
  • Publication date‏:‎ August 21, 2012
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 1046 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 315 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

Midnight Exposure

Midnight Exposure Free Read Midnight Exposure - by Melinda Leigh - Midnight Exposure, Midnight Exposure The first suspenseful thriller in the Midnight series from Wall Street Journal bestselling author Melinda Leigh When two hikers disappear from their hometown in Maine everyone blames the blind Free Read Midnight Exposure - by Melinda Leigh - Midnight Exposure, Midnight Exposure The first suspenseful thriller in the Midnight series from Wall Street Journal bestselling author Melinda Leigh When two hikers disappear from their hometown in Maine everyone blames the blind Free Read Midnight Exposure - by Melinda Leigh

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  1. I usually enjoy Ms Leigh s work not too heavy romantic suspense but with interesting characters and decent dialogue This one, however, had so much repetitive stream of consciousness with the heroine and the hero really, once or twice is enough for the same thought in a book that I began skimming which I do not like to do but prefer it to endless woolgathering The suspense was fairly mild okay but a kidnapped woman having sex within 24 hours of the trauma with a man she has known for how many day [...]


  2. Please understand, I got this book and its siblings as a bargain package from an marketing message which billed it as a work of suspense It took me a while to realize that perhaps there was a mystery novel in there somewhere, but it really was a turgid romance novel The author s biography at the end made this clear, but by that time I had endured such aching, longing, throbbing, heat, sacrificing of passion to save the object thereof, etc to last a lifetime I am not a romance novel reader As a c [...]


  3. I ve read lots of suspense thrillers I ve even read a whole other series by Melinda Leigh This book Midnight Exposure, is unusual Typically in a thriller bad things just keep on happening, usually right on the cusp of rescue or relief It s a way to build suspense In books not written so well, it comes off like a trick, a writing tool Leigh doesn t use tricks to manipulate the reader If she does, they are quite subtle The intrigue of the story comes from the story itself It makes reading the nove [...]


  4. Well, I m rather late to this series and since there are already 1300 reviews for this book, I ll try to keep my opinions to a minimum First of all I really like this author s writing, and MIDNIGHT EXPOSURE was no exception From start to finish, it was a fast paced and intriguing read that kept me on the edge of my seat I also really loved Jayne whose strength and courage were to be admired Reed on the other hand was nice, but emotionally fragile which was kind of a turn off for me personally I [...]


  5. The book started out well The opening chapter had a great hook Jayne was an interesting character and I looked forward to learning about her The problem in this story was Reed You see, he has a Secret A Secret Secret that much be kept Secret for reasons And he can t allow himself to love anyone because Reasons connected to his Secret Because obviously anyone who learns his Secret would hate him forever.After half a book for that I was done I didn t care about the mystery or the killer or anythin [...]


  6. I listened to the audio book for this book, and I must say it was very enjoyable The slow country drawl at times gave me Sam Elliott and Chris Christopherson facial flashes, which were most appreciated, but yes, he did a great job.Usually I m rather brutal in my reviews of male readers, especially when they do the female voice as well, which doesn t occur much but he was great.I enjoyed the story, it came at a nice time when I needed something refreshing Perfect timing I will try the next book i [...]


  7. Hooked from the start, I binge listened to books 1 2 over the space of one very long night By accident I read Book 2 before this book and having become seriously invested in all the characters, I needed to know Not only what happened, but why and how and what would the family would do next I love stories that can be read as standalone but have interconnected characters In this case through the Sullivan family Scott Schumaker did an awesome job narrating this book.This was my first book by Melind [...]


  8. I read it all but was not overly impressed to be honest I felt that too much time and prose was wasted on kindling the attraction between Reed and Jayne yet precious little on developing a sharper, intriguing plot The idea was promising but failed to ignite excitement unfortunately Also, the arch villain was so glaringly obvious early on that I began to think I must have it wrong Huge amounts of repetition was used as blatant padding and as a result I won t be rushing to read anything by this au [...]