Gaia is back to her old self, and she's questioning some of her very own actions. Especially those that involve Skyler. However, in order to keep Skyler thinking that she's "helpless," and full of fear, she has to pretend to be just that, in order to do some investigating into what Skyler has planned for her. And what she finds is not pleasant. While all this is going on, Jake, is still trying to keep an eye out for Gaia, unfortunately, he can barely ever locate her; while at the same time he is looking up to Loki, and filling him in on everything Gaia-related. Ed is out of the hospital, and still totally crushing on Gaia, but is trying to get over it, while at the same time, hang on to their friendship. And the FOH's are doing nothing but thinking about prom, while at the same time trying to figure out why Gaia is such a hot guy-magnet.
As a huge fan of Francine Pascal's, I was so excited for the release of FEARLESS: EXPOSED, and it proved to be exactly what I was looking for. Gaia, as usual, is her unfearless old self, and is proving it by getting herself mixed up in all kinds of snafus, while at the same time playing up the "helpless little woman" act. Fans of the previous FEARLESS books will find EXPOSED to be an excellent addition to the series, but will obviously feel upset to see the series shortly coming to an end.
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