When a college student infiltrates her way into a Bratva family to do an exposé, she gets much more than she bargained for. Her only ally may very well be Kodiak, the son of Glazov, a cold blooded killer.
This is Kodiak's story.
Suzanne Steele really excels at character-building. I challenge you to not fall in love with her two main characters, Kodiak and Logan.
Steele puts you in their head so you know where each of them stands throughout the book, and that can be fun and infuriating, because you want to see them together so bad!
I really enjoyed the evolution of the Glazov clan. The sense of family and how they watch out for each other is warm and inspiring. Family, and belonging are an important part of this book.
Don't worry, there's plenty of Bratva naughtiness going on too.
Dirk Hooper's voice is so sexy that he makes me tingle when things get hot.
Hooper has a lot of different characters to portray and he does a good job of making them all sound different.
This book was a blast to listen to.
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What made the experience of listening to Exposé the most enjoyable?
It was a novel experience for me. I do not usually listen to audiobooks nor get drawn to mob romances. But the elements of power play and the delightful dances that the characters got up to were a delight.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
I enjoyed how you got to take more and more steps into the nuances of the Glazov clan. But with the way it takes you in... I know there's more, and I look forward to it!
Which character – as performed by Dirk Hooper – was your favorite?
Kodiak has quite the mouth on him. Something I am not accustomed to hearing - but the way Dirk Hooper performs it made it alluring.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I listened to it in two sittings!