eBook Review: The Voyeur by Kay Jaybee

The Voyeur is the latest novel from the Queen of Kink, Kay Jaybee, so called because the vast majority of her work contains kink and BDSM. This novel is no exception – it has both of those things in spades.

This is the story of Mark Parker, wealthy businessman and committed voyeur. So committed, in fact, that he has a list of thirteen fantasies that he wants to see acted out in front of him, either physically, or to be recorded for him to watch later. His two female members of staff, Anya Grant and Clara Hooper are just the women to do this for him. The three of them live together in Mark’s Oxfordshire mansion, and travel between there and his London flat, which is conveniently located for visiting Discreet, Mark’s favourite BDSM club.

Anya and Clara have Mark’s list written upon their backs in permanent marker, and each time they complete one, it’s crossed off. They’re incredibly close to completion, but what they don’t realise is that Fantasy 13 isn’t just any fantasy – it involves other people and failure could affect both Mark and the girls, massively. Therefore Mark is determined to make sure that they can win the challenge, whatever it takes.

To do this, it seems that some of the fantasies must be relived, and completed to perfection. Eager to please Mark, the girls do as they’re told, and do it to the best of their ability. But will it be enough?

This is, simply put, Kay Jaybee’s best work to date. It’s imaginative, kinky, sexy and keeps you guessing throughout. So if you’re looking for a well-written, BDSM packed novel with lots of straight and lesbian sex, then you should definitely check out The Voyeur.

Available from:
Amazon UK
Amazon US

Article first published as eBook Review: The Voyeur by Kay Jaybee on Blogcritics.

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