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Reviewed by Courtnee Turner Hoyle for Readers' Favorite
Angie Lee writes about a bored housewife’s new obsession in her book, The Window: The Window Duet Book 1. Katherine “Kat” Browne has everything a woman could want: a doting, attractive husband, two children, and enough material comforts to keep her busy and entertained. After she accidentally exposes herself to a worker in her neighbor’s yard through her bedroom window, Kat is initially embarrassed, but then she watches the worker, looking intently at his appealing frame. Soon, Kat wears revealing garments as she stands watching him, and he is keen to play the game with her, motioning for what he wants while she complies. After he asks for more than she can comfortably deliver, Kat stops her show. The man isn’t through with their game, though, and he’s willing to go to the extreme to reach the finish he feels he deserves.
Angie Lee does a great job of creating an atmosphere of lust and suspense as she describes Kat’s most intimate feelings. The story is told from several perspectives, but most of the book focuses on Kat’s view of the situation and entries in her diary. Readers can expect more than one twist in the plot, and there’s no surprise that there is a sequel to the novel. The story moves along at a medium pace and the characters are well-balanced. The author uses her own name as one of Kat’s friends, giving the reader the idea that perhaps she has more personal knowledge of her characters or a tale similar to the one she describes. The Window is a great selection for readers who enjoy twisted endings with a healthy dose of suspense.