Review: Trouble In Thigh High Boots (Naughty Fairy Tales) by Elizabeth Black

June 22, 2013 Review 0

Review: Trouble In Thigh High Boots (Naughty Fairy Tales) by Elizabeth Black

Tita is a Puss In Boots with a little something extra. Being a magical creature, she shifts from a kitty into the form of an alluring, ginger-haired woman when the situation demands it. And what a situation she finds herself in!

Her new master Dylan is a poor man who needs a boost in the world. Sly Tita uses her seductive wiles to pass him off to the villagers and the king as the Marquis of Carabas in order to help both of them gain their fortunes. Her plan is not without its problems. Dylan's malicious brother, Zane, lusts after Tita, and he wants her all to himself, but she refuses to succumb to his treachery.

Being a cat first and foremost, she purrs in the arms of her many lovers but her heart belongs to only one man - the king. She hopes that in ensuring Dylan his lofty place in the world the king finds a place in his heart for her. Her life becomes an erotic adventure in reaching her goals.

Title: Trouble in Thigh High Boots
Author: Elizabeth Black
Series: Naughty Fairy Tales
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: 1 October 2012
Genres: Erotic Fantasy Romance
Pages: 72
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: four-flames

In a twist on the Puss in Boots faerie tale we meet the cat, bequeathed to the youngest son of her last ‘owner’ as he is struggling to drown her. While maintaining the essential storyline, the cat/woman Tita manages to provide for the new master while being reunited with her true love.

Incorporating a strong voice of Tita, both as cat and woman, her lines are blurred as she epitomizes the cat very well. There are a few descriptive references gone awry, and there was one glaring instance of mixing up possessive pronouns – but the overall story was a quick sexy read where characters arrive fully formed, share few secrets, but are perfectly suited to plot and place.

I received an ARC copy from the author for purpose of honest review for the Jeep Diva. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.

Kallysten

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