Review: Love in an Elevator by Tessa Wanton

August 17, 2013 Review 2

Review: Love in an Elevator by Tessa Wanton

Isabella Cavendish works at Canary Wharf, a financial district near the City of London. Her boss, Catherine Triannon, is a stunning distraction from her mundane every day activities, and she was certainly the embodiment of every man's dreams in her office. She is also Isabella's waking fantasy, yet, hopelessly out of reach. Then one day, a little mechanical malfunction gives her the opportunity that she's been waiting for.

Will Isabella act on what she yearns for with every fibre of her being in the short space of time given to them? Or is she going to make the biggest mistake of her life...

Title: Love in an Elevator
Author: Tessa Wanton
Published by Naughty Night Press
Source: Publisher
Published: August 2013
Genres: BDSM, Erotic Contemporary Romance, Female Female Romance
Pages: 25
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Stars: four-stars
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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This short erotic was quite a delightful surprise, an associate attorney at a high powered London law firm, with a crush on a senior partner uses a stuck elevator to daringly press her case and make her fantasy come true.  Isabella has been watching and fantasizing about Catherine as long as she has been employed by the law firm.  They both travel the tube every morning; Isabella’s bright spot is the London Bridge station where Catherine boards the train.

From fantasy to reality, a spilled coffee and a stuck elevator and Isabella tests her luck, dominant and controlling she starts her plan for seduction.  Blindfolding then requesting her submission, Catherine is teased, toyed with and brought to stunning heights.  Told in Isabella’s voice, her soft confidence, strength and determination are a change from most domination scene stories out there.  Tessa Wanton has created an interesting twist with a character in Isabella who is refreshingly different from the characters we have come to know.  From her endnotes, this is the first of a recurring series for her, and I look forward to see what else Isabella will get up to.

Kallysten

                    

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