Book by Cleis Press Inc.
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Some people like watching. Others like to be watched. If you enjoy reading about those who watch or are watched (or both!), you may find stories to suit your taste in Peep Show, edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel. For the most part, the stories are a bit formulaic in setup and execution. However, there are a few that stand out from the crowd, and it is these stories that make the book a worthwhile read.
As a collection of fictional stories "Peep Show" incorporates engaging themes, writing styles, and diverse characters. The wide range of stories should have something to interest most readers. However, as a collection of erotic works, this book might leave you wanting more.
If this is your first attempt at erotica, keep going. If you regularly read it, this could be great. This was my first erotica book and it didn't hold my attention.
So overall, the work in ‘Peep Show’ is of a really high standard and I tip my hat to Rachel for compiling such varied and interesting pieces. I'm sure there is something in there that will appeal to anyone with voyeuristic/exhibitionist tendencies. Yet, I feel like it is somehow lacking an x factor which pulls it all together and makes it all one steamy, delicious whole. 3.5/5 rounded down to a 3.
This is a short story collection themed book on voyeur or exhibition sex and the excitement that comes from being seen.
There is nothing sexier than accidental (or not so accidental) exposure. Whether you like being a voyeur or an exhibitionist, this book has stories to suit you. While I found the writing of some stories to be uninspiring, several of them were fantastic. It's intended to arouse you and in this it very much succeeds.