Hello lovely readers! Today I am having the awesome Cynthia Sax over to talk about her smexy book He Watches Me (Part One of The Seen Trilogy) Can I just say this is SUPER HOT. And I know Cynthia writes hot enough to melt rubber. How do I know? She wrote me my own story (check out Lost Menage)
He Watches Me
She desires to be seen. He wants to watch.
Anna Sampson has a naughty secret. Every night, she slips into her neighbor’s yard and swims naked in his pool. She fantasizes that the dynamic young billionaire watches her nightly nude aquatics, his brilliant green eyes gleaming with lust.
She discovers this isn’t pure fantasy. Gabriel Blaine has been watching her via his security cameras, and now that he has returned to L.A., he doesn’t plan to stop. That’s all he wants—to watch. Anna knows she shouldn’t allow him and she certainly shouldn’t want more, but she craves Blaine’s attention, needing his gaze fixed on her body.
Part One of The Seen Trilogy
So let’s get down to business. What is The Seen Trilogy?
The Seen Trilogy is a contemporary erotic romance serial. The three novellas (He Watches Me, He Touches Me, He Claims Me) follow the romance of not-so-innocent-yet-virginal Anna and Blaine, an enigmatic billionaire. Every novella has a beginning and an ending but I do recommend they be read in order.
Why is Blaine, the hero of He Watches Me, lickable?
This is how Anna describes him.
I’ve seen Gabriel Blaine, its elusive and surprisingly young owner, only once in the three weeks I’ve been house-sitting.
That once made an impact. I had been fiddling with the finicky front door lock when the billionaire exited from a long black limousine. He paused, turned his head toward me, and our gazes met, his eyes brilliant green and hard, so very hard. Even the lock of ink-black hair falling over his forehead failed to soften his sharp chin and pronounced cheekbones.
My keys dropped from my lifeless fingers to the concrete steps and I froze, unable to breathe. Blaine’s lips twitched and he inclined his head toward me as though I had confirmed something he’d long suspected. I, idiot that I am, nodded back, agreeing to what? I don’t know.
Whatever I had agreed upon seemed to satisfy Blaine. He moved like a predator toward his rarely used mansion, his stride smooth and almost graceful. He disappeared into his home, closing the door behind him, and I haven’t seen him since.
I really love Blaine’s intense focus. He sees everything. He pays attention to the details. He’s a voyeur and watching interests him but he also uses his watching to protect Anna, to please her. That’s very sexy.
What makes Blaine and Anna right for each other?
Blaine is the voyeur to Anna’s exhibitionist. He likes to watch. She likes to be watched. Anna feels insecure about her unusual needs. She worries about not being ‘normal.’ Blaine accepts her. He doesn’t judge her, instead embracing her exhibitionist tendencies and she becomes more confident, more daring.
Does Blaine or Anna have any secrets?
Both Blaine and Anna have secrets, secrets that can tear their lives and relationship apart. Anna has moved from town to town, running away from her past, from the harsh judgment of others. Blaine is a private man, allowing very few people into his inner circle. His reality is Anna’s past.
Will you concede I had first dibs on Fury from Laurann Dohner’s New Species series?
Milly, Milly, Milly, (shakes head) first dibs or last dibs, it doesn’t matter. What matters is I fully appreciate Fury’s hunkiness. I don’t dare mention his name in the same breath as those Fury Wannabes Justice and Tiger. Only Blaine can tempt me away from Fury. Ohhh… Blaine and Fury sandwich! Now, THAT would be hot!
(You only say that because you haven’t read Mina’s Blood Mate…watch)
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