A girl has to work to pay the bills, but my family would not approve of my methods. Burlesque is my release and paycheck. Nursing is my future and current frustration.
Between dancing and playing mind games with my sexy neighbor my life is beginning to be fun again. He likes to watch me, and I like to put on a performance of a lifetime. When our lives collide, things get hot and heavy. We need to be careful for many reasons, but I can’t bring myself to care about any of them.
Every girl needs a hobby and Tiffany Brighten’s is parading around nude or nearly nude in front of her window for the benefit of her neighbor. Every boy needs a hobby and Tommy’s is sitting in the dark watching his hotter than hell neighbor put on a show for him. Though they’ve never actually met, Tommy is fairly certain he knows every single inch of her delectable body and would love the opportunity to prove himself right.
Turns out, Tommy gets his opportunity to meet his show girl in the most unexpected of places, the hospital. Now, the hospital is very clear on their policy regarding fraternization between doctors and nurses/students but some people are just too hard to resist. Tommy instantly recognizes Tiffany and though Tiffany doesn’t recognize him, she recognizes her body’s reaction to him. In about a hot minute, Tommy and Tiffany are knockin’ boots in the supply closet and hoping like hell they don’t get caught by anyone who can fire them.
Tiffany and Tommy’s relationship is new and in any new relationship, there’s some disclosing of information that has to happen. For Tommy, he has to fess up to watching Tiffany “perform” for him and Tiffany has to fess up to the fact she actually does perform, live and on stage when she isn’t at the hospital. A boy needs entertainment and girl has to make ends meet, right? Well……
The Bottom Line: Though I didn’t enjoy Peep quite as much as I enjoyed Plow, I did like this read. If you are prone to believing in coincidence and are a fan of insta-love and sweaty, hot sex then Peep is just the right kind of read for you. Tiffany and Tommy are both likeable characters, the story is swift and succinct, and there isn’t an attempt on the part of the author to make this read something more than what it is. In all, Peep is quick, down and dirty read that will provide most readers with good half hour of entertainment.
“Do you want me to fuck you?”
“Yes,” I bite out, barely able to speak.
“Good, now be a good girl and stand up. Bend over and brace yourself on the chair.”
I do as I’m told looking back over my shoulder to see him watching me.
“You’re beautiful, but you’ll look even better when I’m balls deep inside of you.”
I moan at his words. “Yes, please. Now,” I say unintelligibly. Slowly, too slowly, he slides in. As good as this feels, I need more. I need it hard and fast. “Faster, please. I need it fast!”
“Shhh,” he says soothingly.
“I know what you want, and I’m going to give it to you, but let me feel this first.”
I groan out my impatience. He glides in and out causing the most exquisite friction. As good as it feels, it’s maddening. It’s just enough to keep me hanging on the edge, but not enough to tip me over. I begin gyrating my hips backward to create a faster tempo. It has the opposite effect as he pulls all the way out.
“Are you about done rushing me, love?”
Daydreamer by day professional child wrangler by night. Bred in the Midwest, I often would conjure up stories in my head to fill my day. When I’m not concocting a delicious new tale, I can be found curled up in a corner with a cup of coffee and the newest page turner.