Summary: Straight A's. A shot as the regional majorette championships in baton twirling. The best best friend a girl could as for.
Those are just some of the things that are going right for Chan Shealy.
They get even better what Chan goes to look for the perfect boyfriend online.
At least they seem too...
Chan thought she was being safe, safer then safe.
But soon her home life collides with her fantasy life.
Her fantasy life becomes realer then she ever wanted.
When reality hits, Chan must make some impossible decisions.
She has to save her family that means the world to her and the future she wants for herself.
Rating: 4 1/2 Stars
Review: Exposed was a really good book. I really wanted to give it 5 Stars but something just stopped me. I think I had the feelings that this had been done before. It was different, but some of it seemed a little predictable. Chan was definitely a complex character, she pulled me into the story. It was a relationship gone wrong that I'm sure many people can relate you. Chan grew up and learned a lesson only to be thrown another on. The family dynamic in this book was unique. The obsessive sister, the over-weight dad, the mother with strong political tastes. It was all different and intertwined which is why I think I gave this book 4 1/2 Stars. No matter the rating, I'm really glad I got a chance to read this book. It teaches you think so you don't really have to experience them first hand.