These are very ADULT novellas by Cynthia Sax.
He Watches Me is a very sensual story that is the beginning of `The
Seen Trilogy' by Cynthia Sax and introduces the complicated Anna
Sampson, a cash-strapped recent graduate who is being paid to house-sit
in an exclusive neighborhood. Denied the use of the pool at the house
she is caring for, the neighbor's pool is too much to resist. The
problem is that the pool belongs to the reclusive Gabriel Blaine who
takes advantage of the fact that Anna is an uninhibited sensualist, who
doesn't mind pleasuring herself and, although she has never had a lover,
Gabriel may be just the one to change her virginal status if she is
willing to trust her body to him. The problem is that Anna has never
been one to trust others, not even if he is a billionaire.
erotic novella introduces a contradictory heroine and the very sexy hero
who threatens to radically change her life forever. I am not quite sure
that I was totally convinced by the concept of this virginal young
woman wholeheartedly embracing exhibitionism for the voyeuristic Mr.
Blaine but the story is definitely a very spicy tale and is excellent at
drawing one into the series. The intriguing dynamic between the two
makes an interesting read as they work out the parameters of their
relationship which requires some compromise rather being completely
one-sided and I definitely look forward to reading the other stories in
the series so that I can find out where the relationship is going and so
I can also learn more about the enigmatic Gabriel Blaine.
He Touches Me by Cynthia Sax is the second searingly sensual novella
in the `Seen' trilogy. The complex relationship between the sexually
daring virgin and her extremely rich temporary neighbor continues to
evolve as he continues to explore both her emotional and physical
limits. Conflicted between trying to do what's best for her and what he
desires, Gabriel Blaine must deal with Anna's own determination to
follow her own path. Anna's relationships at work also evolve and cause a
shift in the dynamics there as well and her life continues to be full
of surprises and changes.
This very erotic sequel to the spicy
novella, He Watches Me follows the journey of a young woman who is an
interesting dichotomy of siren and innocent. The exploration of her
sexual limits provides a very carnal tale which also begins to give
better depth to the various characters as more of their backgrounds are
revealed. Anna continues to grow into her role as employee and lover
even as more mysteries unfold. An intriguing addition to the series.
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He Claims Me by Cynthia Sax is the exciting conclusion to her erotic
trilogy that began with He Watches Me and He Sees Me. The
self-effacing yet exhibitionistic Anna's relationship with Blaine has
deepened as her trust has bloomed but she still has hurdles to overcome,
particularly with her mysterious house-sitting employer and her
coworkers. A frightening development threatens Anna's self-imposed
invisibility but fortunately she has found people who actually `see' her
and won't allow her to sink back into obscurity.
enthralling finish to a very carnal collection of tales provides a very
satisfying conclusion to some of the mysteries which were introduced in
these stories even as threads are left to make one hope that there will
be continuations at some time in the future. The unexpected yet somehow
sadly understandable development in Anna's life allows some of the
secondary characters to demonstrate welcome depth and the sizzling
relationship between the main characters becomes even more incandescent
and kinkier and makes one wonder what else this inventive author will
dream up next.
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