We all have an inner “Peeping Tom”, of that I have no doubt, more pressing is the question, do we all have an inner “exhibitionist“? I am not talking about the creepy raincoat wearing “flasher” type but the one who is buried deep in that place where we hide the things that are not quite as acceptable for everyday consumption. What would it take to coax that carefully concealed part of us to the surface?
Michele Renae‘s Window takes us to Paris where her protagonist is living a fantasy, well mine anyway. A book researcher, who works from home in Paris, in front of an enormous plate glass window where she can watch the various comings and goings, including the man moving into the building across the street.
I moved to Paris for the thrill of it, to utterly defy that inner part of me that whispered “You can’t do this on your own. You don’t even speak French!”
A new handsome neighbour who fences…in the nude? So begins a game of truth or dare with the emphasis on dare.
An erotic romance behind glass
The first time she sees her new neighbour, his sexy smile arouses her curiosity — and her desires. His hard, chiseled muscles and playful invitations are irresistible.
Bared before their windows, framed and displayed above the streets of Paris, they embark upon a provocative affair.
Michele Renae has written an evocative tale of love with a proper neighbour or not so proper as the case may be. While I can’t see myself playing strip tease in front of my neighbour you won’t want to miss Window. Be warned that it is the first of a series and you will definitely be left wanting more like I was! Now I am anxiously awaiting Screen the second installment in this series in February.
P.S. Having just finished Screen let me tell you it does not disappoint. Get it now!
AUTHOR: Michele Renae
RATING: 3 1/2 Stars
Disclaimer: ARC was kindly provided by the publisher for an honest review.