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Voyeur (Voyeur #1) by Fiona Cole

If I remember correctly my bestie sent me this book. Obviously she knows me well because this beauty was a 5 out of 5 for me.

The short little Blurb for this book pretty much says it all: "I didn't know she was my student the first


time I paid to watch her at Voyeur. Once she walked into my classroom, another smiling college freshman, I knew I should stop going. Stop watching. But I couldn't do it. Everything about her makes me want more, and once I realize she wants me too, the temptation becomes irresistible. The worst part is that she has no idea her professor is the one watching behind the glass. I just have to hope that once she finds out the truth, she wants the same thing I do. Because now that I've seen all of her, I can't look away."

Forbidden attraction, forced proximity, sold into marriage, mafia romance... those are all slightly dark romance tropes I can't help but love. This one fit the bill perfectly. Oaklyn was a clever and resourceful girl making the most of a bad situation. Her parents expend her college money while on a pinch and now she is making it work by working at Voyeur. It is a club people go to watch others pleasuring themselves or more. Whatever the viewer and the employee is comfortable with. No touching allowed.

Callum has been a client for years. For reasons that will break your heart he struggles with intimacy and this helps him. He isn't a pervert or a man with no morals. He has personal issues that our heroine is going to help him get through. 

Their love story was touching and beatiful. In their own ways they are making the best of their respective situations. I could not help but fall in love with both of them and neither will you.

Go Read!

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