Review: “Voyeur Vol I” by Louisa Mae

TITLE: Voyeur Vol I
AUTHOR: Louisa Mae
SERIES: Voyeur
PUBLISHER: Self
COVER ARTIST: JC Clarke – The Graphics Shed
GENRE: Erotica
E-BOOK: Yes
PAPERBACK: No
LENGTH: 55 pages
RELEASE DATE: July 31, 2016
PRICE: $0.99 e-book
  

BLURB:

Step into the mysterious world of Voyeur. A place where your deepest desires play out before your eyes. All you have to do is watch.

Brett Masters lives a double life. He’s a devoted son who put his university studies on hold, returning home to help care for his ailing father, but moving home means moving back into the closet. Unable to be open about his sexuality, a chance encounter offers him an outlet for his sexual frustration and seduces him into an entirely new world — a dark one full of temptation and exclusivity.

Brett finds himself drawn to the mysterious V Lounge and its intriguing patrons. A club where he can indulge his needs and desires, while most importantly, remaining anonymous. Inside Brett discovers a sanctuary from his normal, boring life.

Will Brett be satisfied remaining on the outside looking in, or will he one day want more?
A new short story series from Louisa Mae. Join the men of The V Lounge on a journey of exploration and discovery as we travel deep inside their hidden world.


HOT- That’s this book. This is a hot short read by this author who opens up a whole new world. I mean, I have read about clubs and things before. But, this is focused on voyeurism, which I haven’t read a lot of. I think we all have some of this in us, some more than others. but intriguing nonetheless.

Brett has been away at college and living a life away from the family that doesn’t know that he’s gay. Due to his father’s illness, he must move back home. This saddens me because no one should have to hide who they are but that’s not the reality many live with. He is nervous to be found out about who is and is scared to visit the local gay club, but he finally gives and goes.

Stephen is Brett’s best friend since they were both young and they run into each other one night. Stephen is hurt that Brett hasn’t stayed in contact with him and Brett couldn’t keep contact out of fear. Brett agrees to hang out one night with Stephen but is annoyed how him and his friends treat women, and then he watches as Stephen takes one home.

There is a scene where Brett is stuck in a bathroom stall and from that moment on, his life is changed forever. He meets Joe in the most awkward of predicaments and is handed a card that changes his future. It is for the club Voyeur.

Now, I don’t want to give any more away, but this club will have you panting and wanting more. I really wanted there to be more to the book, but guess what? There are more books. I can’t wait for the next installment.

***I would like to thank the author for the privilege and opportunity of reading this ARC. My review is an honest opinion of the book***

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One thought on “Review: “Voyeur Vol I” by Louisa Mae

  1. Louisa Mae September 19, 2017 / 7:01 pm

    Thank you SO much!! Glad you enjoyed it x

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