Expose: Crash Series, Vol 3 by Drew Jordan
Date of Publication: October 7, 2016
The thrilling conclusion to the CRASH trilogy as 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.
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 them. And we finally learn just who the Stranger is. All of your questions are answered here, or maybe not, but it’s filled with a lot of aha moments.
It was one heck of an interesting journey, and I have to say that a lot of things made much better sense to me after the end. Rather satisfying.
4 Killer Stars