Sunday, October 31, 2010

Review: Private Eyes by Michelle Houston

Private Eyes by Michelle Houston

Publisher: Phaze Books
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Exhibitionism and Voyeurism. The thrill of watching … and being watched. Enjoy them both in this collection by Michelle Houston.
The camera catches the inner soul to a person, catching the hidden emotions we are too afraid to let others see. Daria is one of those people, and just for a brief moment, she lets Lynsay see her how she really is in "The Window of the Soul."

Tempted is the best way to describe Elaine's reaction to leather; especially when it was hugging the tight curves of a woman. She prowled the clubs, secretly thrilling in the view. What she hadn't expected was to run into one of her former students -- a former student with an interesting ultimatum.

Stacie's lover Amy has arranged things so that she can indulge her exhibitionist streak in a safe environment -- from behind the safety of peepshow booth windows. She gets to be center stage, putting on a show with her lover, without the risk of getting caught. It's an exhibitionist's dream, being watched by every Peeping Tom, Dick and Harriett.

Clare C’s Review

Private Eyes is actually three short stories. Each of them focuses specifically on an exotic (lesbian) erotic act. One takes the reader into the mind of an intimate photographer as she chronicles a woman masturbating. The second takes place on a dance floor. The third is an exhibitionist’s dream come true.

All three stories were bring-me-a-fire-extinguisher hot. Each gave the reader enough of the character’s background to make them and their situation real. Houston definitely draws the reader in from the first sentence, and she keeps them glued for the whole ride.

I highly recommend this to anyone looking for a good, short, scorching F/F read.

4 1/2 Tea Cups!

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