Title: Public Display of Everything (Public Display, Book 1)
Author: Cara Dee
Published: April 4, 2014
Publisher: Cara Dee
Publisher Website: link
Rating: ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Cory is an American in London in need of work. Flynn is a slightly awkward webmaster of a website for those into voyeurism. When the website’s users want to see their webmaster on the site, Flynn approaches Cory to ask him to take on that role in his place. What follows is a whole series of events and experiences neither likely ever expected to happen at any point in their lives.
This one is fluffy and a bit awkward, but that’s the nature of the characters, I think. Readers will either find them endearing or frustrating–I certainly oscillated between the two, though I ultimately settled on endearing in the end. The story is unique and creative, and it’s certainly something different. And I’d say different in a thankfully refreshing way in a genre that so often reuses the same tropes over and over again. I would have liked to see a bit more depth to the characters, but since this is fluff, it’s probably okay where it’s at.