Voyeur by Fiona Cole

RATING: BUY IT

She looked at me like she knew what desire was and imagined me giving all of it to her.

Y’all, I don’t know if I can find the right words to describe how I feel about Voyeur by Fiona Cole. Blown away is probably a good start, but it goes a lot deeper than that—because the book itself goes a lot deeper than that.

Voyeur_EBook.AmazonI’ve never before read a book by Ms. Cole, though I’ve been following her for quite some time. You see, I’ve always wanted to read her words, but considered them to be a little outside my comfort zone. Until this book. Until Callum + Oaklyn.

There was something about this story that called to me.

Perhaps the incredible {and, I might add, well-deserved} reviews it was getting from trusted sources. Maybe the visually beautiful cover. Or it could have been the forbidden aspect. Whatever it was, it drove me to one-click Voyeur on its release day and, even further, to actually read it before it got buried down deep in the multitude of things I have going on.

I can’t imagine if I’d missed this book. It was so well-written, a story that could have been little more than an erotic romance—but, like, a hella erotic romance—but inside was a something else that starts with ‘E’: Emotional. Because Cal + Oaklyn are electric together, bound by their attraction, driven apart by circumstances. It was a wild ride, a sexy ride and, at times, a heartbreaking ride.

I wouldn’t change a minute of it, though. Because, in the end, it was rewarding and uplifting and—and I know I’ve mentioned this but . . .—sexy as hell. Voyeur isn’t just about kink, about sex, about the taboo—it’s about the way humans relate to each other and how that’s colored by the events of the past and dreams of the future.

Ultimately, that’s what makes this book stand apart. The way it melds those two ‘E’ words—erotic and emotional—and spins them into a relatable {but sexy, did I mention sexy?!} story about the power of love and understanding and need and desire.

Is it any wonder that I’m left a little unsure of what to say . . . and a lot blown away?

She was my Halley’s Comet. Only coming once in a lifetime.

As of 05.01.2018, Voyeur is available with Kindle Unlimited.

For exclusive content and a taste of the taboo, make sure you’re following Fiona Cole on Book+Main: https://bookandmainbites.com/fionacole

About Beth Cranford | KUBR

Book Reviewer. Wife. Mother. Crazy Person. Australian.

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