I'm not quite sure how to categorize this book. It is certainly not a romance. The cover claims "an erotic fiction novel." There are erotic scenes, but as a piece of erotica it proved disappointing. Ad Exec Tess Wakefield takes a prestigious job in NY. In her first week her palm pilot and important files are stolen. She accuses fellow ad exec Danny and he in turn leaves the firm. What follows is Tess' search for a location for her newest ad account and her subsequent exploration of her own sexuality at an S & M club.
This book follows an ad ex's introduction to S&M; provocative and strangely interesting, but unsatisfying. Erotic, but lacking romance, even the mystery sub-plot left me wanting.
The cover says this is an erotic story, but is not.
Great -- if you like soft-core porn about women who like discipline. Otherwise, not so hot.
Trying to impress her new employer, Manhattan advertising executive Tess Wakefield delves into the city's underground S&M culture to find a model for her edgy new campaign and encounters a work colleague who introduces her to the dark side of pleasure.
I found this book mildly interesting not as erotic as I would have thought but it's a good quick ready anyhow.
I didn't realize this is a vampire book.
TEASE... yeah, that's what it was. It teased you all through the book as you expected something to happen that never does. And the ending... WTF? I was left wanting and wondering. Yeah, it was definitely a TEASE.
ms. forster is a new erotica rising star. this was a very good read. not for the timid.
wow!!! definate erotica!!!good book
I was really disappointed in this book. The blurb on the cover promised steamy erotica flavored with S&M. It wasn't erotic, it wasn't even romantic. It was just lame.