Lily Fitzgerald has left her overbearing father and fiancé, starting a new life as a photographer and renting an apartment over a restaurant. Then she meets the owner's nephew, Tony Giovanni, a divorced police officer with a young son. Lily wants no romantic complications, but when someone tries to kill her, Tony helps protect her. While Deadly Exposure (2), by Linda Turner, has exciting moments, its has characterization and plotting problems. It's hard to believe 33-year-old Lily is just now breaking free of her domineering father. There's no sense of Tony's life as a police officer. Plus, the killer plot seems very flimsy, and the abrupt ending doesn't tie things together in a believable way.