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He was my uncle's friend, and I was too young for him. But in the heat of the moment, against the wall in a darkened hallway of an illicit club, none of those things mattered. It was just one night of giving in to what we both wanted.

I never expected to see him two years later, sitting across from me during a family dinner, encouraging me to do my internship for his business.

On day one, we both agree that repeating that night would be a mistake. But it's a mistake we can't help but make again and again.

The rules are simple. We can't tell my uncle. We have to be content with our hotel rendezvous. And we won't fall in love.

But we both know we're liars.

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PATHETIC heroine..Secondhand embarrassment abounds

Prepare to meet the stage five clinger who keeps on clinging!! Boy, are you in for a treat!! (you're really not) The cringe NEVER stopped. It was the most consistent theme throughout the entirety of this insult to women everywhere. This entire book was the heroine chasing the H non stop. THE ENTIRE book was just a guide on "How to he extremely needy and pathetic: 101".

My biggest petpeeve is a weak/pathetic/needy heroine. One who chases after a man ESPECIALLY when the H is all reluctant and pushing them away and they just keep at it until the H runs out of ways to say "no".

Meet Olivia. She is that h in the flesh. She continually threw herself at H feet, putting herself out there while he rejected her over and over. She forced her way into an internship for him to spend more time with him while he was outwardly making it clear HE DID NOT WANT HER TO and she even acknowledged in her internal monologue that he wanted her to say no, but guess what this b**ch did? Can you guess? She said yes anyways, putting him in a situation where he couldn't say no at that point. It was beyond cringey.

This entire book was just one continuous moment of secondhand embarrassment and cringing. This author has turned cringing into an entire event.

"I wasn't going to keep throwing myself at someone who continually turns me down" -Olivia
Spoiler Alert------>SHE TOTALLY DID. She totally did in fact do just that. Just kept on being a pathetic ass b**ch throwing herself at the H.

The one and only time throughout all of her pathetic "let me throw myself at this person who keeps rejecting me" phase that he put himself out there for a change (in a very small way) by asking her about a date with her ex showing a small bit of jealousy; This woman, being the pathetic needy b*tch she was immediately used it as a chance to ONCE AGAIN throw herself out there telling him that she was thinking about him instead of just letting his jealousy simmer. I just can't. He is literally LITERALLY in the real sense not in the ironic overused sense..he's LITERALLY telling her to stop and she just keeps right on going. I'm cringing just having to relive the scene by typing this. After dismissing her to accept the advances of OW (right after h/H have sex) the next time they encounter eachother, guess what this needy idiot does?? Yep, throws herself at him again! She keeps saying "I'm not going to chase him" as she chases him. She has several opportunities to return the favor where OM give her attention and instead of exploiting the opportunities she blatantly makes each occasion about H making it clear he knows its just to make him jealous which just made her more pathetic. She asks him if he plans on meeting up with the OW he dismissed her for to which he replies "that's not of your business" and you know what she does?!? feels him up and begs him to take her home to have sex. AFTER THIS MF insinuated he'd be meeting up with OW who he already insinuated he just ditched her for to sleep with this DAB begs him to take her home.

I kept thinking "okay, hes going to start begging her and she's going to tell him to eff off" SHE DID NOT. she just begged and begged and chased and chased. Aside from the fact that it was pathetic to listen to her chase him for hours and hours and hours even while they're texting and he's telling her he's with OW there was no point in which she decided to stop chasing him.

I hate when female authors perpetually write weak ass representations of women. The sh*t gets old.

I swear to christ this man could've said and done ANYTHING to this weak moron and she would STILL throw herself at him! She goes down on him as he tells her they can't be together again. Just beyond pathetic.

When he finally throws her a tiny crumb she ditches her bestie in the middle of dinner and LITERALLY RUNS to a car and then runs up to the room he told her to go in. LITERALLY RUNS.

Most pathetic heroine in any book I've ever read. It's soooo bad.

The absolute worst part though??? Is the h inner monologues frequently contains statements such as "but I don't run and jump for any man." "I don't chase any man" "Don't be clingy, don't be clingy" as she throws a fit that this man who is not her bf not even an actual fwb or f budd, is going out of town for work. AS SHES CHASING, BEGGING, AND ASKING HOW HIGH FOR THIS MAN. Like simultaneously being pathetic while telling us she'd never be so pathetic.

All of this pathetic behavior accumulates building up to one final disgusting moment....heroine pouring her heart out about how much she loves H right after seeing him hanging on another woman.

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AMAZING AUDIO

Brian and Ava gave life to the characters of Kent and Olivia perfectly.
AMAZING STORY!!!!!!!

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Crossing Lines

Definitely all sorts of lines crossed in this story and I liked it. Age gap, he was best friends with her uncle, she was an intern at his business. They are keeping the relationship a secret from their family and friends. Their chemistry ignites when they are in a room together. Why the 4? I wanted to see Olivia with more tenacity.

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  • 09-23-20

Well written

Story line and character builds was spot on and the story keeps taming you to keep going!!

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Good

I really do like this audiobook. I feel like the Author dragged some of it out and had to cause some kind of drama towards the end of it. a land it wasn't needed because it didnt really make sense with the character. another then that it was a good story

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Liar

Beware ... this book is part of a series. I did not know this until after I listened to it and went looking for more books by Fiona Cole. I checked her website to see what else she wrote and discovered this is book 5 of 6. All characters from the previous books from this series (except Savior) are integral parts of this story; however, I thought they were just secondary characters in a stand-alone. When I read the reviews prior to purchasing this book, none of them mentioned it was part of a series. I'm sure any of the books can be read without having read the prior to the book, because these characters are introduced and explained satisfactorily in Liar. After listening to Liar, I probably won't go back and listen to the prior books, as the relationships exist in Liar. I do look forward to listening to Teacher (Daniel's story).
This story, Liar, is about Daniel's niece and his best friend. At first, Olivia is the pursuer and Kent tries (albiet weakly) to dissuade her interest. The story progresses well, with the development of a real relationship, and character growth in both Olivia and Alexander (Kent). There is a definite hotness factor in the book, and it enhances the chemistry between the two. Definitely worth a credit.

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Perfect age gap taboo erotic greatness

Loved this!! Some reviews were not great but so glad I read this! I love a dominant male and I would have had the same reaction to Kent as Olivia!! One of my favorite new Man Crushes without a doubt I have a new book boyfriend!! I loved that she was submissive to him… that’s the WHOLE point!!! Haters gonna hate but I LOVE this book!!!

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loved it

I really enjoyed reading this author.  I look forward to reading more books by this author in the near future.

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Don’t waste your time

I’m sorry but this book did not make any sense. This is more of a highschool drama. I don’t see what they have in common other than sex. I found myself really disliking the h. Please save your time, money/credit.

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Another good one

Although this isn't my favorite book from the Voyeur series, it is definitely worth the read. All of the books I've read from this author have been well-written and this is no exception.

I loved Kent and the chemistry between him and Olivia was definitely steamy. I enjoy the age gap trope. Throw in a sexy dominant - all the better. While I don't get hung up on ages, I expect the FMC to be mature enough to understand what she's getting into. Unfortunately in this story, Olivia's youth and immaturity set up roadblocks that prevented the relationship from really progressing. As a result, I had some doubts that she was actually mature enough to be part of it. It takes her a while to get there.

The dual POV narration is well done by Ava Erickson & Brian Pallino. All in all, it's a good story and continuation of the series that sets up the characters for the final book. However, I don't know that this will be one I revisit later, so it doesn't hit the exceptional mark for me.

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  • 07-07-20

A must for fans of age gap romance

Fiona Cole writes some of the best tension-filled, high heat level romances out there and this one hit the mark. I’m a sucker for an older man/ younger woman romance and add in the family ties, it made it all the more intense. I loved the progression, that the woman pursued the man and that when they eventually gave in to their desire, it was like fireworks.

Brian Pallino is absolutely fantastic as the dirty talking Alexander Kent. His voice was like sin. I don’t think anyone else could have done this story justice. Kent’s bromance came through with the humour and the sexy times where on fire. Ava Erickson was brilliant as Olivia Witt, she was able to not going portray the young, feisty character but nailed the vulnerability of her too. Brian and Ava’s voices complemented each other really well. The combination of young and older showed in their voices and made for an excellent performance.

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  • 04-16-21

I enjoyed this book

I enjoyed this story and the narrators did a fantastic job of bringing the characters to life.

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