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Title: Double Exposure
Authors: Emma Nichole & Ariana Rose 
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: February 24, 2022
Cover Design: Emma Nichole



I have a feeling her skin would taste better than the rare cask Macallan in my hand.

Deep, rich, sweet, warm… like sin.
She’s much too young for me… a co-ed, to be sure.
But the devil is in the details of her eyes.
I want to swim in them as much as her divide.
She could give me the pleasure I desire…
Or she could destroy me.
A glance in my direction seals her fate. A twist of her hip… A lick of her lips…
I want to feel it, kiss it, bask in it.
But, her gaze cracks me open, exposing my every secret, my every sordid thought, and private moment.
And yet, that only makes me want her more.
She’s as captivating as the classic works of art I profess to my students.
I shouldn’t crave her. This is dangerous.
But, if I’m already going to hell, I’m going to relish every moment on the way down.






Author and hopeless romantic, Ariana Rose, dabbles in all forms of contemporary romance. All of her novels do have one thing in common.
Her heroes and heroines are as passionate about life and love as they are about each other.
A proud mother of two, she was born and raised in the Minneapolis area. She’s always been a storyteller and known to have a flair for the dramatic.
When Ariana is not writing, she can be found at the rink in a figure skating lesson, binge watching her favorite shows, screening an 80s movie she’s seen
hundreds of times, exploring history or traveling to any of her current or new favorite places.
Ariana first published in August of 2018. Her Stone Series was the leaping point. You can find her exclusively in Kindle Unlimited. You can also sign up for her newsletter,
watch her website or find her on all her social media to catch all the latest and greatest on upcoming projects.
Always remember that passion is never a bad thing, it’s where your dreams and reality collide.

After years of living vicariously through so many characters and stories created by others, Emma Nichole has taken the plunge herself.

A southern girl born, raised, and still residing in Tennessee, she holds the quirks of this area of the world close to her heart, and showcases it in her writing.

She’s a wife, a mother of two, an avid college football fan (Go Vols), a best friend, a sister, a lover of all music, movies, and above all else… a lover of books.



MY REVIEW:

Moody, mysterious and steamy! An age-gap, student-teacher romance that’s full of intrigue, mystery and sexy romance as Nora embarks on a new path to gain her college degree and leave her traumatic past behind. It’s an instant connection between her and a mystery man that’s all sizzle and sweetness. He turns out to be a surprising influence in her life. Tristan is consumed with the young beauty and when she appears in his life he wants her. It’s a bit of a slow burn between the two when Tristan realizes he needs to treat her with care for many reasons. The slow build to hot love was a sensual ride with this renaissance man and his muse. Tristan was almost too good to be true. He’s a renown art history professor, an artist, a violin master, a talented cook and a skilled hunk in the bedroom. Not to mention that sexy British accent. Tristan does have a secret that unfolds during the story as does Nora. Both were tragic with a tie to each other that’s easy to figure out. Nora was a sweet, young beauty that’s lead an interesting life starting at a young age. She’s supported by her bestie, Lucas and his parents. That relationship is a really nice part of the story like Tristan’s second mom, Anna. I didn’t understand Nora’s reluctance at disclosing her secret to Tristan. As the romance grew so did a threat to Nora and the danger took a turn that put lives in peril. It’s a race to save loved ones and thwart the villain. There was a lot of emotion in the story but not a lot of angst. I really like Tristan and his layers. Nora has a few flaws to me but she was very likable. The romance was a sexy, hot love affair that grew into a real relationship. It was a bit slow in parts for me but overall it was a suspenseful romance full of sensual encounters between a delicious couple in a slightly taboo relationship with a deadly villain that deserved what he got. Worth the read!

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