Voyeur Series

“Complicated, shmomplicated,” she said, waving her hand. ”If you love her, you make it work.”

voyeur series book review fiona cole

Author: Fiona Cole

Genre: Adult fiction. Romance. New Adult.

Where to start? I suppose from how I got here? Oh well, I first read the description for the sixth book in the series, Teacher, and was intrigued as hell, then I saw it was a whole series, and of course, I couldn’t read the last one first, so it began my journey.

The Voyeur Series has 6 books and a short story that you can read for free here.

The books are Voyeur, Lovers, Savior, Another, Liar, and Teacher. As you can see, they all have a theme in the title and pretty much followed it.

I will not go into details with these ones because I feel like one of those times where anything I say is a spoiler, but I did enjoy reading them all, and it’s even better when you find a series that is already finished, so you don’t have to wait for the next book to come out, although, they kind of read like standalone, you can read each on their own, but they are in the same city and people know each other.

It’s difficult to write general reviews, so I will talk a little bit about each of the titles, so you get an idea and perhaps be intrigued by it. 🙃

Voyeur

The first one was perfect to get me to move on with the others because I was into it, I couldn’t put down this one. Is an age gap so if you’re not into that, then you’ve been warned. Voyeur takes place in a college and a nightclub🌃 and the backstory is what really can get you to say, wow. I read it twice.

Get a copy of Voyeur here.

Lovers

lovers jackson book

This one is not an age gap, but it’s an MMF and LGBT, and I absolutely recommend it. I mean, the characters got on my nerves at times, and I could see it was going to end up in a disastrous situation that, in the end, came to a sort of resolved one, but the build, the story, the flashbacks? It made Lovers great 💌. I gave it 4 stars because there were times that I was like, ugh, seriously? That’s what you think? Come on!

But I would re-read it without thought.

Savior

savior fiona cole

Another age gap story, and a dark one, not so dark ♟️ because I have seen other stories that can be really dark, so this one has an undertone that you will not find in the other stories. It makes you think how far you will go in certain situations, like say you have no money whatsoever, what would you do? Where would you draw the line? And then there is the Savior, and you just start wishing that someone like that would you show up in your life, then your problems would be easier to manage.

Another

another book 4 in voyeur series

I had high expectations of this one, but it was a slow burn 🔥 and by slow I mean, that I was getting exasperated by how long it was taking them to get to the freaking point when I knew it was going to happen. The Another in the title is actually funny, and I guess it can be interpreted in many ways, but I read it a second time and was like, huh, I actually do like the main characters, not to mention that the lead female is a total badass.

Liar

liar book 5 in voyeur series review

I don’t know why this one is the only one I didn’t read twice because I enjoyed it enough the first time, but when I was doing a second round of the whole series and got to Liar, I was a little, like, let’s move on to the next. 🤔 It’s also an age gap, college girl, and maybe a little spicier than the rest but not entirely, although if you’re not into BDSM, you might not like it.

Even though this female lead was being a strong presence throughout the whole book, in the end, it made me want to reach inside the book and shake her until she snapped out. 📖

Teacher

teacher hannah daniel

And we have arrived at the last book, the one that made me read the whole series and the one that I liked the most? I think so, I mean, it’s not my cup of tea when it comes to the backstory, and there are “gory” details that I rather not have in my brain, well, they are not gory they’re more like specific, psychological stuff that happens, but I prefer not to have in my mind. However, despite those things, the story as a whole, what the characters go through, how they interact, how they are, I loved it, I really did. It’s another one that I would re-read happily. 📘

Don’t be discouraged or tricked by the title though, Teacher, is so much deeper than what you might think. The sub-genres are dark and BDSM, but I don’t feel like they influence the plot that much.

That’s it for the main books in the Voyeur Series. There is also Surrender, book 3.5, that you can read afterwards or during your journey through each book, it’s related to Lovers, and I feel like Fiona really enjoyed that part of the story.

Now, this one turned out a lot longer than I expected, I was not sure how to approach the books without giving much into what they are, but I believe it turned out pretty good and on-point.

Oh, and Fiona Cole was a new author I discovered last year and was impressed by how much I was into these books and that I would like to read more by her, she gained a new follower/fan in me.

The format of this one is different as you might have noticed, but I wanted to try it because there were a lot of books in it, and this seemed appropriate for it. 😄 📚

That’s it, dearies! As always, thank you for sticking to the end and perhaps you added a new book to your TBR list. Don’t forget to like and follow if you aren’t yet, and check the latest on my Pinterest and Instagram, the links are on your right if you are on your computer, and at the bottom, if you are on your phone.

Until the next one, and happy reading! 📌

“It’s easier to show the world what they want to see, but it doesn’t change who we really are. And there will be people who come and go and never see past the veneer you wear. There will be people who try to see deeper but are easily convinced there is nothing but the shell.”

Liar

Author: Sela O.

Book Reviewer. Indie Author. ✍️ Book lover. RedBubble Artist. Dragon Rider. Slytherin. 🐍 E.L.F 💎

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