The Voyeur Next Door by Airicka Phoenix


Synopsis:

He lived next door.Alison Eckrich was an expert at being invisible. Having been raised by a mother who saw only flaws, she had learned long ago to watch and never participate. Until him. He was gorgeous from what little she could make out through his bathroom window and he awakened things inside her she had always been told was wrong. But she didn’t care.She was addicted.Gabriel Madoc was no stranger to the cold sting of betrayal. His broken heart had left him hard and bitter and that was how he liked it. Until her. She was a vision in the soft twilight. Everything about her called to him. It didn’t even matter he couldn’t see her face.
He wanted her.
The rules were simple: No names. No faces. No attachments. They both had what the other needed so long as they never broke the rules. But what will happen when the mystery is unveiled and they both come face to face with the truth and each other? Is what they shared in the cloak of darkness enough to keep them together, or will reality tear them apart?

My thoughts:
Hi. I'm Julie. I'm an addict. I need Airicka Phoenix's Book-Boyfriends. Every. Single. One. Of. Them. I can't help it. I crave them. That said, I can add that I am hungover. I probably will be for a week. Or a month. Or longer. I'm sorry. I know I'm terrible. I shouldn't want them all, but I do. Every time I crack open an Airicka Phoenix book, I end up wanting him. *hangs head in shame*




In this case him is Gabe... The perfect image of lumberjack coming to the big city. I think I liked him from the first gruff answer he gave, or the way he came in, or ... damn, I liked everything about him, even though he WAS an ass in the beginning.


I loved Ali, too. She was ... human. Weird thing to say, right? But it's what she was and what I loved most about this book. She's not a perfect little skinny cheerleader. She's an introvert, someone I could definitely identify with. To be honest, that's probably what I liked most about the book. A lot of Ali's insecurities are probably known to a lot of girls out there. I hate to say it, but Ali's worries hit close to home a lot of days. And that's what I love about Airicka's books. They make me want to scream: Introverts, don't dispair! There's a hot lumberjack for each of us out there!


This book has everything you need: romance, annoying family, scenes that make you laugh out loud, scenes that make you weep with jealousy, and, yes, sex appeal. The title already suggests that this could be sexy and HELL, this book is amazing. It's the right mix of everything. I know I said it before, but I'm hungover. I can't touch another book. In fact, I cannot imagine ever reading something else again. It would be cheating on Ali and Gabe... Oh, Gabe ... *wipes away drool*


So, I'm gonna go and find a support group while you, and you, and you, and most of all YOU need to get that book. Really. It'll be out in less than a week. Get it. Seriously. I'm not joking.


My rating:


Yours truly,

Julie

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