The thrilling conclusion to the CRASH trilogy is told from The Stranger s point of view The first time I saw Laney I thought she was dead in the wreckage of that plane crash She was still and pale, her hair tumbled around her face as she slumped slightly to the side Like a perfect porcelain doll on a little chair, and I thought it was a waste of such a beautiful facThe thrilling conclusion to the CRASH trilogy is told from The Stranger s point of view The first time I saw Laney I thought she was dead in the wreckage of that plane crash She was still and pale, her hair tumbled around her face as she slumped slightly to the side Like a perfect porcelain doll on a little chair, and I thought it was a waste of such a beautiful face But then her eyes popped open and they were filled with pain and fear.I knew that look It was the look of every animal that has been hunted and hasn t died yet She was the fox with her leg in the trap, and I freed her from the seat crushing her foot, picked her up and took her home I am the hunter She is the prey No one can trap her but me, her captor, but danger is coming I need to plan very carefully how to save Laney s sexy little ass and keep her all to myself She thinks she is love with me, and maybe she is I hope she is Because I love her too, even if I have a strange way of showing it All his secrets are exposed as he and Laney s erotic relationship reaches its climax in the Alaskan tundra For mature readers only EXPOSE follows CRASH and HIDE the series should be read in order for maximum enjoyment.
Expose The thrilling conclusion to the CRASH trilogy is told from The Stranger s point of view The first time I saw Laney I thought she was dead in the wreckage of that plane crash She was still and pale he

  • Title: Expose
  • Author: Drew Jordan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 407
  • Format: ebook
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    1. 3.75.I'm. So. Shook. Honestly this entire trilogy is so bland and dull, but it has that darkness, fuckedupness and wtf plot twists and it just makes everything so much better. The ending was kind of predictable, bit still shocking. RTC.

    2. Books in the Crash series should be read in order:Book 1: CrashBook 2: HideBook 3: Expose

    3. 19.10.2016: I've changed my mind slightly about my initial rating. Simply because I can't get this damn book out of my head!! I still feel overwhelmingly disappointed for a number of reasons. There are too many unanswered questions, and that's why I can't stop thinking about it. It's not good to feel there's so much left unresolved after reading THREE books in a series. Or is it me? No, I was led to expect all the answers about The Stranger in this final book. Not only were my original Q's not a [...]

    4. This review has been posted on Dirty Books Obsession My rating 3 stars out of 5 Well…my impasse is still here. It is the most confused book that I have read ever. And still, mindfuck. I think these two characters are psychopaths and they deserve each other.I was hoping for another ending. I did not expect that ending and those course of action throughout the entire book. I am still confused. There are too many questions without answers. In the blurb of the book, we are told that in this third [...]

    5. DREW JORDAN DID IT AGAIN!I have been patiently waiting for Expose for months now and all I can say is.Drew Jordan knocked it out of rhe park! I was so excited I read the entire book yesterday as soon as it popped up on my Kindle. What can I tell you about this book without giving it away? It's dark, it's twisted, it's raw, and it's beautiful! If you haven't read the Crash Series GET TO IT!!!

    6. Inside the mind of a psychopath is strangely beautiful, at least the way Drew Jordan portrays the stranger. His thoughts are not random, they are crystal sharp, his feelings tightly controlled, and his appetite for life is insatiable. And he is always always one step ahead of the law, even when surprises are thrown his way.I can't help but admire the stranger and his keen understanding of people. All the fake smiles and boring conversations seethes his ire, but he remains outwardly calm cool col [...]

    7. I was a bit disappointed with this one. I thought we would get more with the Stranger, on who he was and why. We got a little, but it was so vague. What really freaked me out the most was the last part, the "date" night. I can't believe that the Stranger and Laney both take part of his little hobby.

    8. Review originally posted on NallaReadsOnce againDrew Jordan leaves me speechless with confusion and satisfaction with her conclusion to the Crash Series, Expose.A quick recap for this who haven't read Crash and Hide: Laney's thought her life was spiraling out of control but it was nothing compared to her rescuer after a horrific plane crash in Alaska. The Stranger (who's true name we don't learn) rescues herbut can she trust him? He's controlling and alluring. Feeling like prey has never felt mo [...]

    9. Expose is the third and final book in the Crash Trilogy. You must read all the books in order to know what is going on and to appreciate this story. In Crash and Hide, we were only given Laney's POV, but in Expose we also get to roll around in the Stranger's head and finally get his POV. I loved that. He's actually not as messed up as I initially thought and I was pleased to see first hand that he genuinely loves Laney. Expose starts off right where Hide ended with the Stranger getting Laney to [...]

    10. Great trilogy!When I started reading Crash I didn't know there were two other books to continue the story. I really enjoyed each of the books on their own, but once I got to the end of each book, I wanted the story to continue. Once I finished Expose I was a little sad that it was the end of the story. I look forward to reading more from Drew Jordan!

    11. 3.5Continuing with the Crash series, Expose begins where Hide ends. This is supposed to be “the strangers” story told from his point of view, but there are still sections from Laney’s point of view. The way Laney’s point of view is dropped in confused me at first because I expect to read and learn about the stranger. Hints reveal a little more about the stranger and about half-way I get the feeling that I know more about Cody a.k.a. Aaron a.k.a. the stranger. It makes me cheer in a way b [...]

    12. Well, we finally come to the conclusion of all of the Crash series, and what a ride it’s been. It has certainly been full of twists and turns and surprises. But the biggest surprise comes at the end of this book, so I’m not going to tell you too much, other than the Stranger and Laney have run to a remote fishing town to protect Laney from being implicated in Michael’s murder.Despite the fact that the Stranger has taken great pains to make them disappear, everything comes crashing in on th [...]

    13. A frustrating series to read. They were all quick reads, taking less than a day for each only because I would get frustrated with it and have to put it down. Overall, I liked the story plot line but having it constantly leaving me with questions is why I gave it a four. The author has a bad habit of bringing up questions that are never truly answered. Some answers were given in the last chapter with the "Hunter" hint, but not enough to satisfy the depths of your original questions. Why??? And wh [...]

    14. 3.5This series is well written however, I'm a little disappointed with the last book. There are some blatant errors in that a significant character in Laney's story name changes. If it were not for the mention of his girlfriend, I would be completely confused.Also, after 500+ pages the ending should be more informative about the stranger's past and the epilogue brings more questions to mind instead of closing the story. If you like an interesting look at psychopaths, this is a good series. Full [...]

    15. It was really interesting reading from the Stranger's point of view. I was close to giving it a 3 star review, but something about the ending left me entirely disappointed. I felt like the Stranger became too tamed, more tame than he would have liked, by having children with Laney. Wish I could explain more how exactly I felt about the ending, but I did not care for it.

    16. Romance in the midst of madnessThis story is crazy and I enjoyed it the whole series is good, I am left with a couple of questions but they are out of my own curiosity. Do I recommend YES!

    17. ExposeDrew Jordan's "Expose" ends the CRASH Series with all the love, death and life a man and woman could ever hope to have. A must read Start with Crash (book 1) and read in order. Never a dull moment between Cody and Laney.

    18. Loved it!So raw and mysterious, kept me going and I couldn't stop. Wish there was more to read about their new lives.

    19. I loved these books, but the thing that really pissed me off the most was you never know he's real name.

    20. I love this series! I hope it gets a novella. It's a very dark series, but oh so good! I can't say enough how much I love this series!

    21. I liked the book, butI liked the story, I really did. The love between Stranger and Laney seemed real. I love dark romance but some of this story was a little too dark for me. I felt it was pushing abuse. And I'm a true fan of Dom/Sub books. But it was a good book. I did not like that Trents name changed to Travis in Exposed.

    22. *The stranger's name was decided, his name is Luke*HOW HOW CAN THAT BE THE EEEEND?!!! I know it wasn't supposed to be a happily ever after, but at least they should have 35% of it. I mean c'mon?! But Luke sounds right, his name has the right ring to it. INTENSE. WILD. THRILLING. SEXY AF. HOT AFF. What else do you expect?! You'll be a goo of puddle if you read their exchange of endearment to each other. How they didn't want to lose each other, how they've become in love. My my my I wish my boyfri [...]

    23. Wow, just WOW is all I have to say about this book.With Expose being the third and final book in the series you would think that I would have more to say, there are so many things left unanswered at the end of this book and even more questions that have been added to the pile from reading the book. That being said the story in this book is great, it will leave your mind twisted and turned upside down and inside out, the author certainly did a good job with the mind games with her writing style.I [...]

    24. First off you have to have read the first two books to follow this one. The first two are in Laney's voice, this one Is the Stranger's with a little of Laney, it also picks up where the last one ends. It's a dark, violent story, if BDSM is not your thing you best pass on this. Some reviewers felt it left too many questions unanswered, I don't know what they were reading or maybe they were racing to get to the ending and missed the answers, it's all there. This is not my normal read, but I had to [...]

    25. I couldn't wait to read the final book in this series and I devoured it. The only reason I didn't finish in one day is because I had a bunch of errands to run. I don't want to say much for fear of spoiling anything, but I will say Laney and "Stranger" are just as crazy as ever. Well, crazier I suppose. It was really interesting to get His perspective. The revelations at the end of the book were something else.I really enjoyed this series. A rather out of the box storyline. Loved it.

    26. This is a great seriesI rarely give anything 5 stars, but this book and series is excellent!! I finished the series last night and can't get it out of my head. I think a reread may be in order as I am not yet willing to leave Laney and the Stranger's world. The beauty of the story, despite or maybe because of the ugliness is compelling. If you are a fan of darker storylines, this trilogy is a must read.

    27. Things that make you go hmmis is not my typical reading genre and parts of the story did make me uncomfortable. I've read all 3 in the series and I feel like I still have questions. Even though there were parts of the story that were not my cup of tea, I had to figure out what the heck was going on with the Stranger. So after I finished the first book, I read the second, and then the third. I'm still not sure

    28. The third book in the series, this time we get to see it from the captors side when he finds laney in the aircraft crash. I've enjoyed each book wanting more by the end and getting more in each time, I loved reading drew Jordan and look forward to more of her books.

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