Voyeur

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Penguin, May 1, 2007 - Fiction - 272 pages
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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 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.

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User Review  - mom2lnb - LibraryThing

Voyeur 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 ... Read full review

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User Review  - Darla - LibraryThing

I admit, I read this book solely for the Cherry Forums Book Club. Voyeurism isn't my kink, and I expected to find it entertaining (Cherry books are always well-written), but not to love it. I should ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Lacey Alexander's books have been called deliciously decadent, unbelievably erotic, exceptionally arousing, blazingly sexual, and downright sinful. In each book, Lacey strives to take her readers on the ultimate erotic adventure and hopes her stories will encourage women to embrace their sexual fantasies. Lacey resides in the Midwest with her husband, and when not penning romantic erotica, she enjoys history and traveling, often incorporating favorite travel destinations into her work.

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