Amsterdam, notorious for its infamous cafes and Red-Light District, was on Sue and Lou’s major list destination on their trek across Europe. They view this city as a naughty hotspot that they must see at least once in their lifetime. Sue wanted to see a live sex show.
At the hostel, Sue were given address of a live sex club by another couple. They were told its smaller and more intimate club unlike the usual tourist attractions like the Banana Bar, Casa Rosso, Moulin Rouge or the Sex Place.
Walking through the Red-light District looking for the club, the very presents of shady street salesmen pitching the clubs. At the same time prostitutes would be tapping on their storefronts, enticing customers to try their wares.
Finally, they found the address and descend the staircase to basement level club. The Club was mishmash of furniture, there was very floral scent combining with coffee and cigarette smell. Not have any waitress or waiters, Sue went to the bar to get them drinks where she found the shows supposed to start at ten.
Sue continued to get their drinks from the bar and kept asking when the show was going to start. He said he was afraid that show may have to be cancelled if the performers don’t show up unless someone from the audience volunteers. Sue told him he she would talk to Lou about performing if they don’t show up.
After an hour, it was announced that will be cancel. However, Lou jumped up announced that the show will go on. Grabbing Sue’s hand and went back stage.
Nervous as they were about to introduced, Sue and Lou were about to introduced, Sue and Lou were about to perform the performance of their lifetime live in Amsterdam.
Lights is the first book in Annelise Fox's Theater Voyeur series of erotic thriller novellas set in Amsterdam.
Lisle and Andreas are in trouble. They have both lost their jobs and are about to be evicted from their apartment. A night out in Amsterdam results in an enjoyable session of exhibitionism and they find their solution: a live sex show at the Theater Voyeur!
The show is a great success and becomes a regular highlight in the city, although fame comes at a price, pushing both Lisle and Andreas further than they are willing to go and putting both their lives at risk.