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- Print Length: 331 pages
- Publisher: LSODea Publications (November 12, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 12, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077CXG5RZ
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The Voyeur Series Books 1 - 4: A La Petite Mort Club steamy, romance series Kindle Edition
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Well…. Yes, but not as much as I would have expected. Patrick sees Annie and is quite captivated by the little maid, only to find out she is one of his best friends’ sister, this making her unavailable. Moreover, she is now under his protection, until said brother is found (details in the book). I liked the loyalty between these guys and the respect they have for their own private lives. I liked as well Annie’s wish to be independent and to work her way through life. She knows her boss is her brother’s best friend but she does not want any favors. The girl has dignity!
Still, I would have wanted more depth into the characters’ personalities. Also, the way they are instantly attracted to each other gave me the impression of being a little forced. I felt they were more driven by the scene they were watching, not the excitement of having seen one another. The overprotective nature of the guys around Annie was also exaggerated. I was waiting to see if the girl had anyone stocking her or if she was in the wrong kind of neighborhood. I would want to get away myself!
But all in all, this is a fun, quick read. I do advise you to read the entire series and as well as all other books by Ellis O. Day. She has a way with words and scenes that is off the charts! I liked it, 3.5 stars. Happy reading!