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Suffering from writer's block and with no lover to speak of, novelist Laura Watkins is in a funk. She needs a getaway and a release. Fast. Fortunately, she finds both in the retreat of a friend's isolated Colorado home. It's hers and hers alone for as long as she needs it. Then she comes upon the webcam, and her curiosity is aroused. So is her secret fantasy-to be watchedSuffering from writer's block and with no lover to speak of, novelist Laura Watkins is in a funk. She needs a getaway and a release. Fast. Fortunately, she finds both in the retreat of a friend's isolated Colorado home. It's hers and hers alone for as long as she needs it. Then she comes upon the webcam, and her curiosity is aroused. So is her secret fantasy-to be watched by a stranger. His screen name is Flyboy. He likes what he sees. He wants to open up for her, too. Now, they're only one click away from exploring an after-hours game of exhibitionist and voyeur where anything goes. But now it's time to take it one step further-by meeting in the flesh. This time, no rules, no limits, and absolutely nothing to come between them....

Title : Voyeur
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ISBN : 9780451221193
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 265 Pages
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Voyeur Reviews

  • UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish
    2019-02-16 22:43

    I’ll start this off by saying that this one just wasn’t my cup of tea. It was my first Lacey Alexander read and I’m not sure I’ll go out of my way to seek out anything else by this author. Now, that said, if you’re looking for a purely sexual read, one that will get the juices flowing and feed those fantasies that many of us are too shy to ever consider actually living out, then this might be the read for you. But – and you knew that ‘but’ was coming – personally, as a reader I need a better, richer storyline than Voyeur provided. I want to connect to the characters – to relate to them in some way – but due to lack of their development on the author’s part, I wasn’t given that opportunity. I mean, ok, we know that Laura is an author suffering from writer’s block that was, astonishingly, overcome by a week of mind blowing sex with a stranger, but that’s the extent of her character development. No compelling emotions, no deep dark secret she has to unload… she just… was... and because of that, she never became a real person to me, but always remained just words on a page. The same is true of Braden, "Flyboy", who I even have less affection for than I do Laura. No matter how you slice it, he’s one sick puppy. I can go along with the webcam set up to monitor the house, but then to watch a complete stranger who just happens to be masturbating in your house in front of said webcam… I don’t buy that it was merely coincidental that he tuned in just at that moment. Nope. Not a chance. He was watching, waiting, hoping to get an eyeful of an unsuspecting woman getting ready for bed and got even more. This is just my opinion, of course.But still, this is just a book, someone else’s story, so I tried to go with the flow, feel the mojo, and give in to my inner chi—whatever that is.Then we meet Tommy – poor, broken hearted Tommy who has lost the love of his life because he cheated on her and she used the good sense God gave her and left him. He’s seen the error of his ways and now regrets his actions wholeheartedly. He’s still suffering, still struggling over what he lost. Thank heavens that his best friend Flyboy invited him over for a night of dinner and ménage because that seemed to be just what Tommy needed to get him out of his funk. Hell, now he’s out there dating again and who knows what else! So keep that in mind, if you ever feel bad about cheating on someone – or know someone else who does – suggest a ménage session with a complete stranger. If it worked for Tommy, it might just work for you, too!I really wanted to like this story, but I felt the writing lacked much thought and was thoroughly annoyed by the “story within the story” because I felt like those pages could have been put to better use by building the plot and the characters into a story worth reading, and people worth caring for. But in my opinion, it was just there to help fill the pages between sex acts and help the author meet her word count.Sexual content: voyeurism (duh!) anal, ménage, and something else I can’t recall at the moment...oh, exhibitionism. 2.5/5 stars because while it wasn't horrible, I really can't say I liked it.

  • Mahlet
    2019-02-07 01:27

    Awesome! Laura's alone at a picturesque vacation home in the Colorado mountains, trying to overcome a case of writer's block on the mystery series she writes. She gets an inch her first night there, grabs some wine & has a nice masturbation session by the fire. She's thrilled by the possibility of the homeowner watching her via his webcam angled at the sofa. But he wasn't REALLY watching...was he? Oops! :) Suddenly "Flyboy1", the handsome, adventurous corporate raider is making nightly voyeur dates via instant messenger & Laura can't resist showing up! But soon, Laura needs Braden in the flesh to continue the romance, and he's happy to oblige. Once Branden joins her in Colorado, Laura becomes a total sub, wanting nothing more than to please her host. They christen the sh*t out of that house. The shower, porch, floor, window ledge, tub...Braden takes Laura to her sexual limits, and she keeps telling herself it's just temporary. And that they'll go their separate ways once her writer's retreat is over. She won't/can't fall for him. So much for that! Loved, loved, loved this book! Definitely a keeper. I have loaned this book to the same person multiple times within the past few months. Now I see why - it's that fantastic!

  • Blackbook
    2019-02-13 23:25

    My dear friends who recommended this book, you were right! I like this much more than Seven Nights for a few reasons. I like that the book began with a woman pleasuring herself. How great is that? There are times in life when your right hand (or your left or your toys) have to be your best friend. I liked the H/H in this book. I never really liked the guy in Seven Nights--ooh but I loved the places they went. Their escapades were fun and adventurous. In Voyeur I really liked that the woman had a job that the H/H both took seriously. This book did not give me a major heart throb or a steamy STEAMY steam but it was pretty hot. I think she is a good writer and she will get better with deeper character development. It was a fun read.

  • Cyn Mistress Kitty
    2019-01-28 20:25

    I loved this book. I don't usually read contemporary erotic and usually stick with historical but I must say that this book has changed my mind about contemporary.This book was so blazing hot that I literally could only read a few chapters at a time before my blood pressure got too high. LOLThe good thing though is 1. it was sizzling but had a great story-line that pulled the reader in and 2. even though it had sexual elements that I don't usually like to read about, it didn't have the "ick" factor.Well worth the read but be warned, it is very explicit.

  • Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
    2019-01-26 03:34

    One day I was just looking through some of my older titles that I own that I still haven’t read yet and VOYEUR stood out to me. I’m a big fan of Toni Blake’s work and I knew Lacey Alexander is a pen name for Toni’s more spicier work. I can’t believe I only read one other book of Alexander’s so I figured why not, since I have the book already I might as well read it. The blurb was just so enticing that I stated reading on the spot!VOYEUR is about a Mystery novelist named Laura Watkins. Laura is experiencing writer’s block but she had a deadline coming up so she needs to get her butt in gear and create an engaging story. In an effort to do that, she uses her friend’s isolated Colorado home. The privacy is just what she needs to get focused on her work, but it also stirs up some fantasies. When Laura sees a webcam’s light flashing, she pretends that someone is watching her. The idea arouses her and kickstarts a series of fantasies that sets her soaring. I have to say, this book heats up pretty quickly, especially when the owner of the house, Nick tells her that he saw her little show last night.The banter between these two is amazing. Alexander keeps things realistic and safe while also pushing the boundaries of the characters. I think while there were times that Laura’s hesitancy kind of lower the heat down to a simmer sometimes, I do think that it was necessary otherwise she would come across as a little crazy. So I appreciate the author putting that in there.I think it’s so interesting that for the first half of the book the hero and heroine haven’t met in real life and yet the author can convey the chemistry so beautifully across the page. I think that can be a feat to overcome but Alexander seems to do it with ease. So if you are looking for something a little more different than your typical Erotic Romance, than this is an excellent one to try out. I don’t think I’ve come across another book like it.

  • Eastofoz
    2019-02-14 01:22

    3.5 for the story and 5 for the sex – Scorcher scorcher I needed sunglasses with this one ;) The story basis is a good one and generally believable, but there’s too much filler with the heroine (an author with writer’s block) and the story she’s writing that can easily be skipped and not take anything away from the main story especially since it didn’t add anything to the story except at the end but that could’ve been written differently with less detail that tries the reader’s patience. I didn’t always like the h/h either. He was a bit too “hot” and into himself and she was a bit too much of a “shrinking violent coming into her own”. Her insecurities got annoying after a while. Some parts of the book were totally unbelievable also –they were watching people from a secluded house in the mountains having sex in their house that’s also far away and secluded but she can make out the other guy’s “glistening thingy” and see his wife mouthing “stuff” to him. Queue the eye-rolling 8)But then there’s the sex, which apart from one very weird totally impossible scene, is hot, hot, sizzle, sizzle, burn, burn and all without the ick factor to boot :D Some nice surprises there ;) Brings new meaning to the terms “exhibitionist” and “voyeur”. The relationship between the h/h is also well-done.The cover is misleading because no one is taping anyone doing anything —someone in the art department didn’t read the book but just went by the title or first few pages.The ending was good, a little unexpected and odd with the amount of time that elapses (can’t say more without giving it away). I guess if you don’t mind filler and you’re looking for a sexy read with a pretty good story overall then this one could work.

  • Rachel
    2019-01-24 23:30

    Ugh, like a desperate housewife feigning a headache, I was so not in the mood for this type of book, however, I am running desperately low on PBS credits and knew this title would be gobbled up the second I posted it so I had to persevere (the OCD in me demands that I at least attempt to read a book I own before letting it go). So read it I did, or rather skimmed it would be more accurate. It's simply a smutty book for the sake of being smutty. No real depth in detail or storyline or characters or really anything other than (view spoiler)["Oh! Oh baby, oh baby! Oh..." (hide spoiler)] scenes. that was an actual line taken from the book, btw... page 125 if anyone is interested) *rolls eyes* Basic plot, if anyone wants the Plot-In-A-Minute version instead of actually having to read it: (Note: I use the term plot loosely...)(view spoiler)[You have this mystery writer suffering from writer's block so she goes to her friend's/publisher's(?) (again I skimmed so forgive me if I get an insignificant-to-the-story detail wrong here) cousin's cabin in snowy Colorado where she can just let her hair down and focus on her book. In doing so she gets cozy on the couch and has her way with herself...in front of a webcam...which the cousin (the friend/publisher's cousin--not the writer's!) just so happens to be spying her on. His excuse went something like this: It was an accident, I swear! *blank stare* Next thing you know they are chatting away on IM and he asks her to put on more shows for him, which she has the good decency to blush and insist that she's not that kind of girl, only to cave the next second and proceed to do whatever it is that he asks her to do. Once she's done with her performances (plural because this goes on for a while) she again has the good sense to be appalled with herself and then again insists she's never done anything like that before! Only apparently she is that type of girl because all of a sudden he is showing up at the cabin and slipping into bed with her (a man she has never met!) and they proceed to have the best sextravaganza of their lives!! We're talking every position, orifice and location possible here.Throw in the guy's random ski buddy for a menage a trois that she didn't even know she wanted, but he insisted she did, (preceeded by plenty of wine refills, of course): Hey Snowflake, (I swear he never mentions her name! Just calls her snowflake throughout the entire smut-fest) You look thirsty... how 'bout some wine?... It looks like you're ready for a refill, Snowflake... Bottoms up, Snowflake... Snowflake! Snowflake! Chug!Chug!Chug! I'm paraphrasing of course. And honestly, it wasn't that bad, but she does mentally note that she was on the edge of inebriation every time he was getting ready to convince her of some new sexual desire she never knew she had. (Where's a girl's rape-whistle when she needs it!)So yeah, wild sexcapades go on for a solid week until they both have to go back to their real worlds. Six loooooong, dry-spell months go by for the both of them, during which time they realize that they must love each other. So one 2-minute chat on IM later and the next thing you know he is showing up at her doorstep (he would have made an excellent stalker!) and they are free to hump it up for the rest of their horny lives. The End. (hide spoiler)]I would like to mention that a couple of times I actually chuckled at the writing. Here's a few of those moments:In one particular scene, Snowflake (even I couldn't be bothered to remember her name) is having dinner with her (view spoiler)[menage (hide spoiler)] buddies and one of them brings out some brownies. The following line ensues-- (view spoiler)[And when Laura bit into one of them, (Laura!! Her name was Laura!!) it was so chocolaty, gooey, and delicious that she actually moaned--and her pussy spasmed lightly.(hide spoiler)]And again...(view spoiler)[she indulged in another big bite of the sticky brownie, letting out another soft moan as the scrumptious taste melded with her new sensual awareness to trickle, once more, all the way down into her panties.(hide spoiler)]Um...I don't think I'm eating the right kind of brownies!Then later after the (view spoiler)[menage (hide spoiler)] scene, Laura is starting to have some reservations about what transpired only to have her main f*ck buddy spout off how what they did could have actually helped the other party involved. Then a light-bulb goes off in Laura's feeble-minded brain and the following thought produces in her head.-- (view spoiler)[Wow, was it possible their menage a trois had really held some humanitarian value?(hide spoiler)]At that point, after I gave a little chortle, I was ready for Laura's main f*ck buddy to pull out a knife and murder her. She was wretched and deserved to die. But sadly, this was the wrong genre for that to happen. C'est la vie.

  • Mirjam
    2019-01-22 02:44

    Finally!! I have finally finished this book, that took me longer than I have liked. This book absolutely did not lack of sex! You name it: voyeurism, masturbation, ménage a trois (M/F/M) and everything sexual possible between a man & a woman, including a purple vibrator. But we are "treated" to the story she is writing, which makes Voyeur about 100 pages too long. If you're looking for a hot and steamy read, than I highly recommend this book. You do not have to keep your head in it, just lay back and read. 2** because the plot has potential.

  • Julianna
    2019-02-02 02:34

    Reviewed for THC ReviewsVoyeur is one seriously hot and steamy read. With it being my first book by Lacey Alexander, I wasn't entirely sure what to expect, so I was very pleasantly surprised to find that I thoroughly enjoyed it. This story was definitely my kind of erotic romance. The characters were relatable, there was actually a plot, and the writing itself was pretty solid. The sex scenes were not only hot but loaded with variety that kept them from weighing down the book or becoming boring. There's also a little story within a story as Laura breaks through her writer's block and things finally get moving with her mystery book. There are excerpts of Laura's new novel peppered throughout, and her main character finds herself in a relationship, which mirrors Laura's relationship with Braden. I have to give the author props for this, because as a writer myself, I know how difficult it can be to focus on developing just one story, so for Lacey Alexander to write two simultaneously, even though Laura's isn't as detailed, is still pretty impressive to me. All in all, Voyeur was a fun, enjoyable read.Laura is a mystery author suffering from writer's block. Her best friend thinks she needs some sex to get her creativity going, but then again, her friend thinks sex is the answer to everything. Laura doesn't take her too seriously, but she does take her up on an offer to use her cousin's cabin in the Colorado mountains as a writer's retreat. When that alone doesn't seem to be working for her, she decides to indulge in a little self-pleasuring to see if there's anything to her friend's assertion. Even when she realizes there's a webcam in the house, she figures no one is likely watching, but the idea that someone might be only heightens her arousal. This one fateful decision opens the door to a whole world of sexual exploration and experiences she never knew existed. I really loved Laura's “good girl” persona. She's always been a sensible girl, who's only had sex in committed relationships, and never thought she would ever do any of the things she finds herself trying in this secluded moutainside cabin. She obviously has a very passionate side that she's really never explored before, and Braden was the perfect man to help her do that. I could totally relate to and understand her temptation to play the part of the exhibitionist but then feel guilty and uncomfortable about it afterward. The more Braden encourages her to do and the further she explores her passion with him, the more comfortable she feels in her own skin, until she finally owns that side of herself fully.It takes a little while to get a feel for Braden, because at first, he's a mostly anonymous guy behind a computer screen, watching all the naughty things Laura is doing. When he finally shows up in the story in person, I liked him from the start. He's a wealthy playboy who's had his fair share of women, but there's something about Laura that calls to him like a siren song. He loves her air of “innocence,” and he loves being a part of her experiencing all these new sides of her sexuality. He's an incredibly generous lover, who wants to draw Laura out of her sensible shell and give her the most incredible pleasure she's ever experienced in her life. I love how seductive and gently persuasive he is. He's confident that she'll love everything he suggests if she can only bring herself to do it, but he always gives her a choice and is never forceful or demanding. Because of his parents' failed marriage and not having many other happy marriages to draw from for example, he's never really been a relationship guy. He's happy in his playboy lifestyle, but with Laura, everything feels a little different. Her hesitation to do what he asks is beguiling to him, and he derives so much pleasure and satisfaction from simply showing her what she's been missing. Despite her lack of experience in some of the things he wants to do with her, she ends up being the best and most memorable lover he's ever had.In the beginning, both Laura and Braden view their relationship as a temporary affair, but in spite of that, it never felt tawdry or like simple lust gone wild. Their interactions are laced with emotion. Both of them are so generous and caring toward each other, focusing more on giving the other pleasure than on receiving. Laura gradually begins to trust Braden and he never does anything to break that trust. I think that's why their relationship felt so real to me, because IMHO, to reach that level of complete sexual surrender, trust is essential. Of course, by the time her retreat is drawing to a close, Laura's feelings have gotten tangled up in it, making it difficult to say goodbye. Even though he's pretty reticent about it and tries to blow it off, the reader can tell that Braden is starting to struggle a bit too with the idea of Laura leaving. There is a long separation at the end, but neither of them is truly able to move on with someone else, leading to a satisfying and happy ending. I think it can be rather difficult for erotic romance authors to find that perfect balance of hot, steamy sex and a deep emotional connection, but IMO, Lacey Alexander succeeded in spades. Voyeur completely hit that sweet spot for me, and now that I've finally read it, I'm kicking myself for waiting so long and can't wait to try more of this author's work.Note: This story contains explicit language and sexual content, including voyeurism, exhibitionism, use of a sex toy, intimate shaving, spanking, anal sex, and a M/F/M menage a trois. There is also a brief F/F/M menage, but it only takes place in the hero's fantasies, not in real-life.

  • Stephanie
    2019-01-18 03:46

    This book was smokin' hot! And believe it or not there was a very sweet story between all the hot sex. There was some seriously hot sex too! Laura and Braden were very sweet together. He was honest and upfront with what he wanted from her, and when it was time to go she was brave and grown-up about it. How refreshing that she didn’t throw herself on his mercy and beg him to love her. This one goes on the keeper shelf that is for sure.

  • Nisha
    2019-02-07 23:24

    Before I write anything, this book is HAWT. It should come with a warning for all that smut. It contains voyeurism, exhibition, sex toys, menage, and just some hot loving. Laura has writer's block and is on a retreat to open her creative juices. But with the help of a webcam, Braden watches her 'pleasure' herself. This part is kinda creepy, I think, but very necessary for the progression of the story. After awhile, their interludes progress to an actual meeting, since Braden comes over to visit her. They explore with many different erotic situations, until somehow magically they fall in love.I didn't like the story that Laura was writing that seemed to parallel this one, just because it seemed to interrupt the flow. It was too short to be an actual secondary plot, but it was too long to be ignore.Overall, I really liked it and definitely recommend it. It was definitely a hot read and served its purpose well. Plus, compared to most erotica, it is well edited and organized. The ending was a little to nicely wrapped to be believable, but I guess that type of sap is required to make it a HEA.

  • Kelly
    2019-01-30 21:18

    I don't write book summary's. You can always just read the back of the book for that. I do however like to share my thoughts on the books I read. So here are some thoughts on Voyeur. This is my 3rd Alexander Erotica novel and boy she does not disappoint and keeps me coming back for more. Braden is SUPER HOT! Laura and Braden sizzle. From the minute he hopped into that bed I was looking for my HEA. I couldn't help but love them together. They were so perfect for each other. Although the concept of a "story" being told within the story was a good idea I just couldn't help myself from skimming quickly to get back to Braden and Laura's romance.HEA's are always good and my heart strings were pulled upon for sure.Lots and Lots of sex in this one. I for one didn't feel it was overdone and thought all the scenes were tasteful. Sexy,fun,fast read.

  • A.L. Goulden
    2019-02-08 21:19

    I loved this book! Aside from one sex scene that wasn't realistic, I was completely into this book. The voyeur aspects of their relationship and the connection to opening up inhibitions was really fun. I was also happy with the pace of events. I hate when a book makes you wait too long. The only thing I really didn't like was the insertion of the book the main character is writing. She strays from her usual mystery book to insert a love affair like the one she's in... I found those parts boring at times and ended up skimming through to get back to the real affair unfolding. Don't miss this classic gem.

  • Jen
    2019-01-29 20:39

    Whoa. Did it get hot in here?? I will just second what everyone else said about this book.

  • Under the Covers Book Blog
    2019-01-28 22:36

    One day I was just looking through some of my older titles that I own that I still haven’t read yet and VOYEUR stood out to me. I’m a big fan of Toni Blake’s work and I knew Lacey Alexander is a pen name for Toni’s more spicier work. I can’t believe I only read one other book of Alexander’s so I figured why not, since I have the book already I might as well read it. The blurb was just so enticing that I stated reading on the spot!VOYEUR is about a Mystery novelist named Laura Watkins. Laura is experiencing writer’s block but she had a deadline coming up so she needs to get her butt in gear and create an engaging story. In an effort to do that, she uses her friend’s isolated Colorado home. The privacy is just what she needs to get focused on her work, but it also stirs up some fantasies. When Laura sees a webcam’s light flashing, she pretends that someone is watching her. The idea arouses her and kickstarts a series of fantasies that sets her soaring. I have to say, this book heats up pretty quickly, especially when the owner of the house, Nick tells her that he saw her little show last night.The banter between these two is amazing. Alexander keeps things realistic and safe while also pushing the boundaries of the characters. I think while there were times that Laura’s hesitancy kind of lower the heat down to a simmer sometimes, I do think that it was necessary otherwise she would come across as a little crazy. So I appreciate the author putting that in there.I think it’s so interesting that for the first half of the book the hero and heroine haven’t met in real life and yet the author can convey the chemistry so beautifully across the page. I think that can be a feat to overcome but Alexander seems to do it with ease. So if you are looking for something a little more different than your typical Erotic Romance, than this is an excellent one to try out. I don’t think I’ve come across another book like it.*Reviewed by Annie ❤ ♡ Don't want to miss any of our posts? Subscribe to our blog by email! ♡ ❤

  • Jerilin
    2019-02-08 03:33

    This is a must read piece of erotica. Absolutely scorching hot. It may very well be the hottest erotica I've ever read. I will most definitely be picking up ALL the rest of Lacey Alexander's stuff. The webcam/voyeur aspect of the book was super hot and pretty original and quite an interesting way to meet a man ;) ...There is one menage scene with Branden's friend Tommy that is super hot. If that isn't your thing you can easily skip that scene in your reading and still read the book. The reason it is getting 4 stars instead of 5 is that I found myself skipping all the parts where she was writing her book (it was the actual words from her book) and I thought this detracted quite a bit from an otherwise top par erotica read. I thought this was unnecessary and felt too much like a book within a book (and not in a good way) The other reason I gave it 4* is that I thought it was unrealistic that in the whole time she was there she only left the house like once (to go skiing) and otherwise just fucked/wrote her book. Since this book took place in such a beautiful setting, (Vail) I would have liked to see some fun activities in place of the written book bits such as a horse & carriage ride, or snowmobiling and shopping,etc. Other than that I thought it was really well done and the sex scenes were some of the of the best I've ever read. Definitely a scorcher-5/5 on that scale. This is definitely going on MY keeper shelf. This is definitely a book for erotica fans and not necessarily for romance reader fans...yes there is a HEA but the majority of the book is smut so don't expect too much other than that or you will probably be disappointed.

  • Mitabird
    2019-01-27 20:29

    4.5 starsWhen I started this, I expected a fluffy read, but that's not what I got. I really, really liked Braden & Laura. They were genuine and very likeable, plus, they had amazing chemistry. I thought it was great that Braden wanted to release Laura's wild side and I felt her reactions to some of the things he wanted were believable. The sex scenes were incredibly hot and the growing bonds between them a pleasure to read. Even though things happened quickly, nothing felt rushed. It just seemed like a natural progression to me. I really enjoyed this and look forward to reading more of her work.

  • Sassafrass
    2019-02-08 19:27

    This books surprised me. I have never read anything by this author before. But, I can't wait to read her other books. Voyeur is not just about watching others have sex, but about a woman coming into her own sexually and the man who helps her get there. It's hot, romantic, and has just the right amount of kink.I suggest reading the book next to a very cold glass of water, you're going to need it.

  • Mojca
    2019-01-17 23:35

    Laura Watkins is an author with a problem. She has writer’s block and not even being cooped up in a Colorado cabin doesn’t help. If her friend Monica is right, the writer’s block has everything to do with sexual frustration. And one night Laura is rather inclined to heed her friend’s advice. And proceeds with masturbating in the cabin’s living room…And gives her host, in a habit of checking in on his guests via webcam quite an eyeful.The next day Laura experiences a shock in learning the owner of her cabin witnessed her pleasuring herself…And wouldn’t mind witnessing more of that. But when a little gift from California pushed her a little too far, Laura severs all ties with her mysterious voyeur.Well, she’s about to learn Braden Stone isn’t deterred to easily. If it’s physical closeness she needs, physical closeness she’ll get, even if he has to travel across three states to get to her.Well, this was a very hot little novel. A little too hot, maybe. It sure started great with a little peep show growing into a bigger peep show…And slowly tumbling all Laura’s inner, conservative walls with Braden’s presence…But it soon got a little too much. Soon the plot, the story, its progress didn’t seem to matter anymore (with the exception of Laura’s “character development”) and it quickly was all about sex. Yeah, the sex scenes were hot (even the dreaded ménage one – I don’t like sharing in my novels, and I appreciate Tommy’s little insight into Braden when he asked if he was okay with sharing Laura like that), but there were too many of them, crammed a little too close together, pushing the story way into the background.I just don’t get it. I’m all for sex scenes, but not at the cost of a story. Because that, what could be discerned between the humping and grinding, was quite touching and rather romantic.P.S. And what was with Laura’s book? I know she’s a writer, but did we have to read what she wrote verbatim? A little blurb here and there would’ve sufficed.

  • I ♥ Bookie Nookie (bookienookiereviews.blogspot.com)
    2019-01-27 01:33

    Imagine being an innocent little "cozy mystery" writer--on a deadline with writers block. That is what Laura is and she is gonna be in a major bind if she doesn't figure out the specifics of her book and quick! Her best friend has a hot wealthy cousin with a vacation home in Vail and she suggests that Laura get away for a while--get some booty and clear her mind so she can meet her deadline. Well, her little get away opens all sorts of doors to her creativity--mentally and sexually... Upon arrival, she makes herself comfortable... Really, really comfortable. From there all sorts of interesting activities unfold.The story line was somewhat predictable, but it was well written, so I didn't mind the predictability. ✳✳ Reviewed on I ♥ Bookie Nookie Reviews___________________________________________________If you like this type of book, you might enjoy one of these groups. Check us out!Menage ReadersErotic EnchantsBookie Nookie's Erotic Lending Group

  • Lisa
    2019-02-02 19:43

    This is the second book I've read by Lacey Alexander and I have to say her themes are rather repetitious. The sweet innocent heroine who has help from the hero to shed all inhibition. After just reading "Seven Nights of Passion", "Voyeur" was a little redundant for me. However, it was still a good book and fairly well written. It could of used more story and less sex. I know it's erotica romance but there was a TON of sex. I almost got sick of it....almost ;-) It has a really hot m/f/m scene.What I find really comical about Alexander's books is the romance. She tries to add romance into the mix but comes up short. This is how the ending usually goes down in her books: Heroine: I love you Hero: I love you too. Heroine: F*&k me, F*&k me hard Hero:I can't wait to F*&k your sweet C*@t The EndOkay, it's not that bad but pretty close. She could use a little help with the "sweep me off my feet" part of the romance.

  • Anita
    2019-01-17 19:48

    This book is erotica, so stop reading if that's not your thing.This was an excellent erotica book. It's written like a good romance novel (not too cheesy), but with a bunch of great sex scenes. The character development was so good, I actually teared up at the ending - very rare for reading this genre. As the title suggests, the plot starts out as voyeurism/exhibitionism, then excalates through a whole lot of various sexual acts up to and including m-f-m menage. Despite the extremely sexual nature of the story, the primary m-f relationship builds beautifully throughout the book. Definately worth reading.

  • Lady Raven RAVE!
    2019-02-02 22:30

    WOW! the only thing I can say about this book, is that I got tired but not in a bad way but in a really, really GOOD way. I never really expected the book to be sooooo *pausing* WOW. There was a part that was surprising to me and all I can say is wow. Take a chance on the book maybe you would like it. Lol, I know wow, isn't much of a review, but, wow.PS: D.R.I.P (don't read in public)...this one is a bedroom reader http://www.romancenoveljunkies.com

  • Laura (Kyahgirl)
    2019-01-20 03:39

    2/5; 2 stars; C+I had high expectations for this book but it fell short. It was a lukewarm romance with lots, and lots of sex. Very little character development or anything else. Kind of boring actually.

  • Stephanie Tuell
    2019-02-03 19:21

    i finally finished this book. it took me longer than i would have liked. it's not the author's fault. the book was written extremely well. LOTS and LOTS of sex and details. the story played out well, also. it was story line that one could follow.

  • Diana's
    2019-01-28 22:19

    Super Duper HOTTTTT!!!

  • Sharon
    2019-02-14 03:24

    I LOVED IT.I am stil grinning and giddy for the HEA.A lot of Sex, a lot, the whole book, but really hot.I enjoyed this very much

  • Splage
    2019-02-01 23:33

    Sex that had a story. Started great out of the gate and turned predictable. Easy to read, graphic, but not gross.

  • glitrbug
    2019-02-01 02:42

    This book just didn't work for me. I wasn't interested in the characters, parts of the plot struck me as stupid or unlikely and I found myself skimming through the sex scenes looking for a story.

  • twelvejan [Alexandria]
    2019-02-11 00:22

    I give this a 2.5. Sexy, hot, and sweet.