Peep Show: Tales of Voyeurs and Exhibitionists Paperback – Nov 3 2009
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"Definitely going to have to find more of this editor's books and encore performance." --Quixotic Orchid "Rachel Kramer Bussel hit it out of the park with this collection." --Hedo Vibes "Rachel Kramer Bussel has, once again, assembled a top-flight collection. This naughty gem will appeal to both the connoissuer and the curious reader who just wants a peek." --Lily Burana, author of Strip City: A Stripper's Farewell Journey Across America "Peep Show takes you through the looking glass and into an erotic world of wonder where looking and being looked at creates hot encounters of the highest order." --Audacia Ray, author of Naked on the Internet
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Each Peep Show story is creative and...well, if they're not real, the authors sure fooled me. My two favorite tales take you on vacation. One to Berlin, where a woman takes her husband to a glass hotel. The outside wall is one huge window, allowing crowds of passerby watch your every move. The married couple check into their room, and promptly put on a heated, live performance, ending with the husband exploding all over the glass, for everyone to see.
My second favorite story takes you to Amsterdam's red light district, where hookers are fully on display. The author, a woman, gets so turned on by one hooker that she hires her and has an incredible time.
Peep Show is HOT. I only suggest that you read it in a place where you can "get off" easily. I started reading it while on a bus. I got very wet and excited, but I wasn't about to touch myself with an old lady next to me. lol
Everyone loves to watch and everyone DOES watch. This sexy collection tells both sides of the story. I loved this collection because the sex was everywhere and so were the opportunities to watch. I mean really, is there anything that gets our blood pumping faster than watching someone get the ultimate pleasure? No, not really. `Peep Show' takes us into the world of both people who love to see and people who love to be seen. This is a very, very sexual collection and will arouse your emotions and your physical self. It's not unusual to reread your favorite stories in a collection, but is it normal to memorize them? :-) Ah well... either way Rachel does another superb job of picking the perfect stories to go in this sultry, red hot, voyeuristic collection.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
Here are my Top 5:
Showtime by Susan St. Aubin
Busted by Kissa Starling
Indecent by Lolita Lopez
I've Only Got Eyes for You by Rachel Kramer Bussell
Missing Michael by M. March
'People in Glass Hotels by Jennifer Peters....**sigh**. Though short in pages, it was NOT short in hottness and character. I wanted to be with her and her husband in Berlin to watch as her fantasy finally came to fruition. I would have loved to trade places with them as well. I will say that I wish I had just a little bit more insight into her husband's mind. Felix seemed like a guy that I would like to get to know a little better and I would have loved if Ms. Peters would have given me more. (But you know me, I want it ALL!)
We are all dirty minded folks if we allow ourselves to admit it, so when I read Busted by Kissa Starling I saw so much of what I would LOVE to do right there in front of me. You could tell that Ms. Starling has her finger on the pulse of people's wants, desires, and fantasies. Lydia and Andy instantly became people that I wanted to know, people that I wanted to hang out with on a regular basis! I enjoyed feeling every touch, every pulse, and snubbing my nose at the prudes. Wonderful read all around.
In "Clean and Pretty," Donna George Storey guided my gaze through complex layers of observation, passion, artifice, and authenticity. Malcolm Ross's "Sleeping Beauty" charmed and aroused me with its gentle and witty portrait of a tender fetish, while L. A. Mistral's "Theory of Orchids" surprised me at every turn with its dreamlike, delirious action and elegantly quirky style. Lolita Lopez, author of "Indecent," connected with this reader from the get-go by presenting a math major who likes to dress up as the Mad Hatter and expose herself; and Sommer Marsden's "Satisfaction Guaranteed" was a concentrated dose of erotic dynamite. Geneva King's "Rosse Buurt" tingled with wistful sweetness and delicate emotion, and "Calendar Girl," by Angela Caperton, was a hot, heartwarming, and unforgettably original adventure.
As you can see, there's so much here to savor!
Lopez's "Indecent" was a revelation -- it combined all the elements necessary to get ya going. Also very hot, Andrea Dale's "Now You See Her," and M. March's sweet tale "Missing Michael."
The book's got a beautiful glossy cover (thanks to Cleis Press) and a blurb from one of my favorite authors, Audacia Ray. If it's good enough for her, it's good enough for me. And will be for you, too.