by Lacey Alexander

May 2007
ISBN: 978-0-451-22119-3
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Trade Paperback

Mystery writer Laura Watkins is suffering from writer's block. With her deadline looming, she knows she has to find a way to make her story come alive and decides a writer's retreat may just do the trick. Her best friend offers to let Laura use an isolated Colorado cabin, so Laura packs up and arrives in Colorado set to write to her heart's content.

But still, the writing is not flowing the way she likes. A diversion is needed and when Laura spots the webcam hooked onto the computer, she decides to let one of her sexual fantasies play out as she pretends the camera is a man watching her most intimate activities. It proves to be just the thing Laura needs to get her creative juices flowing.

Then she finds out that it is more than just a fantasy. There really is someone watching her. It is Braden Stone, the cabin's owner. He is fascinated and hot for the lusty and beautiful woman Laura unleashes upon the camera and he wants more. He wants a lot more than the camera offers, in fact. Braden flies out to Colorado to make more of Laura's fantasies come true, and to have a chance to finally hold her in his arms. Will the reality prove to be as delicious as the fantasy?

Steamy and lusty, Voyeur explores the dynamics of a man and woman from a deeply intimate point of view. Braden unleashes desires in Laura that she has never experienced. Conservative and a tad old-fashioned, Laura awakens a whole new personality when she is with Braden.

While I wished that Ms. Alexander had explored the characters a bit more deeply aside from their sexual desires and fantasies, this is still a satisfying romance. Braden and Laura are both holding back emotions so it is definitely sexy and enlightening watching them expose themselves to each other, both intimately and emotionally.

Voyeur is extremely erotic. Ms. Alexander is not afraid to explore the ménage a trois, sex toys, or other staples of erotic romance, so be prepared for that. This is a sizzling and intense romance. It's sexual, fun, romantic and just a bit over the top, but all with positive results.

Reviewed in July 2007 by Sarah.

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