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 Mr. 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.
Warning: This title contains erotic situations, graphic language, spanking, domination, submission, and an office romance hot enough to leave handprints!
©2009 Selena Kitt (P)2012 Selena Kitt
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"50 Shades HOTTER!"
Great read/listen, hot sex, and far better writing than Fifty Shades if you ask me! Heidi gets hired by Kaiser as his personal assistant, and after that, well think “Secretary” set in the fashion world. Heidi’s “training” isn’t just in typing though and Kaiser has a wicked streak. This is the fun, sexy side of bdsm, more domination and spanking than anything else. The characters are unique and the romance is sizzling! I was impressed.
"Who chose the narrator??"
The story was not a new one and closely resembled The Secretary, but it had nuances that kept me intrigued. However, the narrator was a horrible choice. I had to force myself to listen to the audio after about thirty minutes. I'd had enough but refused to give in since I'd paid for the book. I was actually watching to see how much longer I'd be listening as it progressed. Instead of hating to see the time counting down, I was glad. I hate to be mean about it, but.. the narration truly made the book feel amateurish.
"Lackluster story narrated by THE WORST NARRATOR"
Save yourself and skip this one all together. Oh, and not sure but this book maybe open to deformation of character on the behalf of Roberto Cavalli, just saying. It was painful to listen to the narration. May of possibly enjoyed it more had I read it myself.
"HOT but NOT"
Selena Kitt got me on it good but the narration was very poor. The inflection and the recording was like it was done in a six by four cubicle where the narrator was trying to hide reading an adult book.
Better get it in print.
The story was terrible, the narration was terrible. It seems everyone is trying to come up with another 50 Shades of Grey. Please go back to the drawing board. This was a waste of a credit for me, or I made have paid for it, oh my god I may have paid money for it.
A more believable plot would have been nice. That was ridiculous!!
Anyone would have been better!!
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