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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Author Simon Lowrie Reviews "Heidi and the Kaiser" by Selena Kitt

Heidi and the Kaiser by Selena Kitt
Book Length:  35,329
Publisher: eXcessica


Mousy little Heidi is a wanna-be designer who works as nothing more than a glorified go-fer for one of the largest and most well-known companies in the world of fashion. When she accidentally stains CEO Warren Kaiser’s pants, she gets two things she didn’t expect--a spanking...and a job. Kaiser hires her as his assistant, and her “training” proves to be quite a test of surrender.
Warnings: This title contains graphic language, sex, and elements of bdsm.

This is a little cracker of a story, even more delicious than the cover – which is saying something! The characters are so engaging, and so convincingly drawn, that I read the whole thing through in one sitting as easily as eating ice cream. Between them, insecure and self-effacing Heidi, and her imperious boss Mr Kaiser, generate some of the most scorching scenes I've ever read, and better yet, their relationship unfolds within an involving storyline of high fashion and intrigue. And as for the scene in Paris at the end – it's just sumptuous! Go read it.

Reviewed by
Simon Lowrie

1 comment:

  1. I'll second that Simon. It's a truly wonderful read!


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