Gemma Jacobsí life isnít going the way
she planned. After spending years being the perfect wife of
a politician, her now ex-husbandís sudden departure has left
her devastated. Picking up the pieces and moving forward
with her life, Gemma receives a most unusual letter in the
mail. Itís a letter from herself, written ten years ago in
her Sexual Psyche class (dubbed ďSex for BeginnersĒ by
students). The letter brings memories flooding back,
including a secret sexual vice Gemma used to enjoyÖbeing
watched. And when the incredibly sexy Chev Martinez moves
in next door, Gemma decides to take a chance and indulge her
inner exhibitionist. But when Chev wants to take their game
to a more personal level, will Gemma trust him, and herself,
enough to open herself up to the possibility of love?
Watch and Learn is a
red-hot, deliciously wicked, fantastically entertaining
start to Stephanie Bondís Sex for Beginners series.
Watch and Learn brought a smile to my face, a flush
to my cheeks, and was a pure joy to read, to say the least.
Chev is the kind of hero I only wish
would move next door to me. Not only is he devastatingly
sexy, heís also patient, kind, and utterly endearing. As
for Gemma, her insecurities grabbed my heart. Her battered
self-esteem from her divorce and her reluctance to take a
chance and start a relationship with Chev are completely
understandable. Whatís more, I admired her determination in
rebuilding her life and loved Ms. Bondís humanizing of her
character with the mistakes Gemma makes on her road to
As for the exhibitionist-voyeur games
Gemma and Chev play; they practically sizzle on the page.
Gemma and Chev were perfectly matched on every level and Ms.
Bond had me reading late into the night, unable to put
Watch and Learn down until I finished it. This
is my first book of Ms. Bondís, and I can definitely say
itís not my last. I was on the computer, ordering her
following two Sex for Beginners books, In a Bind and
No PeekingÖ as soon as I finished Watch and
Learn. Though each of these books stands on their
own, Iím sure readers of Watch and Learn will
finish the book eager for the next book by the supremely
talented Ms. Bond.