Title: Looking Inside
Are you just going to stand there and watch?
Eleanor Briggs just can't help herself. Every night, the sight of the man in the high-rise across the street is driving her wild. She longs to feel his touch up close and personal. To win him over, she'll need to shake off her wallflower sensibilities and become the seductress she never imagined she could be. The only trouble will be finding the perfect way to meet him...
Or are you going to join in?
Sex is easy for millionaire entrepreneur Trey Riordan. Finding something of substance, however, seems impossible. That is until a simple night of reading at a local coffee shop becomes something far steamier when a beautiful brunette comes by and leaves a note telling him to look out his bedroom window at midnight. But when the time comes, neither of them will be truly ready for what follows...
Author: Beth Kery
Published by Berkley Source: Publisher
Published: November 1st 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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When I first read this blurb, I was beyond interested at how this was going to play out. Voyeurism isn’t really my thing, but it DOES intrigue me. So I thought, why not. Let’s see what this has to offer. Boy oh boy, this one’s a hawt one.
Eleanor (Nora) can’t stop looking at her neighbor. You know that really hot man across the street who seems to know exactly what he wants and is good at it. Yep, that guy. She’s been in a rut ever since her sister passed and has finally decided that it’s time to do something for HER. So what does she do? Steps completely outside of her box and “invites” her neighbor to watch her. And what a show it becomes.
Trey is hot. Like, mouth hanging open and staring, ridiculously hot. And being a millionaire doesn’t hurt either. Of course not, right? But he’s been going through the motions, with pretty much everything in his life. He doesn’t have issues finding someone to scratch his itch, but that’s just it. It’s scratched but not really satisfied. Until Eleanor leaves him a note and literally gives him a show he won’t forget. All of a sudden, the tables are turned and he “needs” to know her.
Did I mention that this was a hawt one? Between the two of them watching each other, learning about each other and finding themselves, it’s sure to keep you flipping those pages. Trey is sex on a platter and watching Nora become more and more comfortable with herself was nice to watch/read. There’s even a couple of things that surprised me in this one. Would I recommend it? Yep. Why wouldn’t I recommend something so hawt?!