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Eyes on Me (Salacious Players' Club)

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This book has it all: taboo/step-sibling dynamic, age gap, cam girl FMC, voyeurism, exhibitionism, toys, and breeding kink, to name just a few. They decided to wait before having kids for at least a year because Garrett knew he needed to work on his mental health. I mean, he’s known her since she was eight, they are 13 years apart and she still lives at home with them. Living in Arizona with her husband and kids, Sara spends most of her time working in her office with her Goldendoodle by her side.

And honestly, that’s my issue with Garret— he lies to Mia the whole book, he isn’t honest about his feelings, he expects commitment and exclusivity (which is whack when he knows she’s a cam girl, like literally it’s her job! I was crying at the end of this and I was stunned that this sexy little voyeur tale had so much more to give. Now, Mia has me wanting and doing things I said I’d never do again, like opening upand getting attached. Sara Cate is a USA Today bestselling romance author who weaves complex characters, heart-wrenching stories, and forbidden romance into every page of her spicy novels. Eyes On Me (such a catchy name) tells Garret's story and how he suddenly finds out his stepsister Mia is a cam girl.He loves to watch and now he’s hooked and see if it’s just a faze or he really has some type of feelings for her.

You do not want to miss Mia and Garrett’s journey from enemy step-siblings to each other’s perfect match! Now that I think about it, this entire book reads like a trope checklist with too much sex to fill the lack of character development. he did feel guilty for abit but that didn’t stop him for faking a profile and watching his step-sister get naked and play with herself.Illicit, kinky love blossoms between stepsiblings in Cate’s taboo but sizzling second Salacious Players Club romance (after Praise). This book delves into some deeper themes involving mental health, and I absolutely adored how Cate handled this subplot. Because it's real, mental health issues never truly go away and I love seeing Mia help him and acknowledge that everyday isn't sunshine and rainbows but they still love and support each other despite it.

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