All that matters to Robin Grant these
days are his motorcycle and his leathers. His step-father,
Lester and his mom Dusty had pushed Robin into law school
but after he washed out, Robin wasnít sure what he wanted to
do with his life.
Republican Senator Kipp Kensington and
his wife Louise have a written understanding instead of a
real marriage. They donít have sexual relations with each
other or cheat on each other. But, after nine years the
cracks are starting to show.
Kipp has kept his desires buried deep
but when he meets Robin the dam literally bursts and he
canít hold back any longer. For his part, Robin is
instantly attracted to this older yet stimulating man who he
canít get enough of. Meanwhile, Louise has had quiet
affairs for years but her progressive drinking makes
discretion more and more difficult. Secrets are hard to
keep, even harder to deny and the more they try to hide
their love, the more it shows. Who ever said politics is a
nasty business was right.
Author G.A. Hauser sets the
conservative party against a closeted gay senator in
Exposure. Politics is a timely theme these days
tossed together with main characters who are complete
opposites making this a unique storyline for readers.
Unfortunately, the characters never endear themselves, the
dialogue is juvenile or irritating at times and the ending
leaves more questions than answers. Exposure
has a solid concept but the follow through is somewhat