Sight by Kait Gamble

Sight by Kait Gamble
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short story (50 pages)
Other: M/F, Voyeurism
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Can you fall in love with someone you’ve never met?

Chloe has. Or, at least, she’s fallen into lust with the man who lives in the apartment opposite hers. Night after night they catch glimpses of each other going through their evening routines. But it’s a delicious surprise when things take a more salacious turn inviting her into a voyeuristic fantasy.
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Mason can’t believe his luck that he’s found himself in what can only be described as the perfect relationship. Companionship, nightly stress relief, and all without having to deal with any drama. All he has to do is look across the way at the gorgeous siren in the window who’s more than happy to play along.

But what happens when watching is no longer enough?

Chloe had endured a horrendous day and wanted nothing more than to eat, then relax in the bath with a lovely glass of wine. Getting an eye-full of the handsome man who lived in the penthouse on the opposite side of the street from her was also an added bonus. Mason didn’t know anything about the woman who lived on the opposite side of the street except for what he could see – and boy did he enjoy watching her. What will happen when Chloe and Mason finally meet?

I found this to be an interesting and fun short story. I was really pleased that the author alternated between Mason and Chloe’s view-points each chapter as this really helped me get a good feel for both of them and I feel the story wouldn’t have been the same without it – especially as the two of them take some time to actually meet and not just watch each other. I was a little disappointed that there was a fairly important grammatical error near the start (“Where this for me…” instead of “Wear this for me…”) and while often very small editing mistakes slip by me this one completely jolted me out of the sexy and fun moment in the story. I also felt a little bit like the plot with Chloe’s ex-boyfriend was a little unnecessary. While I understand this added conflict into the plot I personally felt there was plenty of tension in Chloe and Mason falling in love with each other and knowing they didn’t really know the other properly. There was plenty of doubts, questions and longing in the romance between Chloe and Mason and I personally felt this was ample conflict and a fresh outlook – dating only by sight. In comparison the whole ex-boyfriend thing felt a little cliché and unnecessary, but readers who prefer ample conflict in their stories might feel quite differently to me in this matter.

Aside from these two small blips I found this a really interesting story – rather similar to how I imagine an old-school peep show might be like. The author did a great job to my mind in expressing how both Chloe and Mason could only view each other – no talking or communication other than through what they each saw – and yet how they really could connect on quite a deep level and fall slowly in love with each other like this. Instead of instant gratification, or a quick getting to know you phase Mason and Chloe had plenty of unanswered questions, but got to know each other on a different yet still intimate level. I found this refreshing and quite different.

A quick read this story covered plenty to my mind – with hot sex, two interesting characters and a different style of romance. A good story I really enjoyed it.

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